Famous journalist lists 6 idols who are triple threats excelling at acting, dancing and singing – Knetizen – KpopHit

Famous journalist lists 6 idols who are triple threats excelling at acting, dancing and singing

New York Times best-selling author and syndicated journalist Jae-Ha Kim, whose byline appears regularly in renowned outlets such as Rolling Stone, Variety, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, and MTV News, listed her six favourite Korean entertainers, who are triple threats (Singing/Dancing/Acting). She made a short synopsis on the K-Drama role played by each of the idols on her official Instagram.

1. EXO’s D.O. (Kyungsoo)

According to Journalist Jae, “If you haven’t seen ‘It’s Okay, That’s Love’ yet, I highly recommend it. It’s one of the few K-Dramas that I rated a 4/4. D.O. is spectacular portraying a sweet high school student, who turns out to be not who the viewers thought he was. He more holds his own against Jo In-Sung and Gong Hyo Jin.”

2. BTS’ V (Kim Taehyung)

“Kim Taehyung (aka V) could’ve gotten by just acting cute in ‘Hwarang’. But he brought true acting chops in his role of an airy aristocrat who’s burdened by the weight of his family’s future on his slender shoulders. Behind his wide-eyed smile, he projected the pain and uncertainty his character was going through.”

3. ZE:A’s Park Hyung Sik

“He has so many great roles, but one of my favorites is ‘Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon’, where he shared amazing chemistry with Park Bo-Young. He played his part with gusto and puckish charm.”

4. Miss A’s Suzy

“Suzy has come a long way since her ‘Dream High’ days. Playing a reporter who digs deep to uncover corruption in ‘While You Were Sleeping’, she has the role down pat. Yes, she was ensnared in the Second Male Lead syndrome that’s a huge part of K-Dramas, but she brought depth and believability to her role.”

5. IU

“IU had a huge hit with last year’s ‘Hotel del Luna.’ But the K-Drama that really showcased her acting range was the bittersweet ‘My Ahjussi’. Her character went through so much in an attempt to lead a normal, uneventful life.”

6. EXO’s Chanyeol

“Park Chanyeol plays a game developer with just the right amount of terrified skittishness in the thriller, ‘Memories of the Alhambra’. I knew he was in this K-Drama and yet it took me a while to realize it was actually him. It’s easy to overact in a part like this, but he did a great job in portraying a teenager who was scared of death.”

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One of the things I love about Korean idols is that they are trained like in the golden days of Hollywood: they can sing, dance and (a good many of them can) also act. Here are some of my favorite idol acting roles: 1. D.O. of @weareone.exo: If you haven’t seen “It’s Okay, That’s Love” (괜찮아, 사랑이야) yet, I highly recommend it. It’s one of the few #KDramas that I rated a 4/4. D.O. is spectacular portraying a sweet high school student, who turns out to be not who the viewers thought he was. He more holds his own against Jo In-Sung and @rovvxhyo. 2. V of @bts.bighitofficial: Kim Tae-Hyung (aka V) could’ve gotten by just acting cute in“Hwarang” (화랑: 더 비기닝). But he brought true acting chops in his role of an airy aristocrat who’s burdened by the weight of his family’s future on his slender shoulders. Behind his wide-eyed smile, he projected the pain and uncertainty his character was going through. 3. @phs1116 of ZE:A: He has so many great roles, but one of my favorites is “Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon” (힘쎈여자 도봉순), where he shared amazing chemistry with Park Bo-Young. He played his part with gusto and puckish charm. 4. @skuukzky of Miss A: Suzy has come a long way since her “Dream High” days. Playing a reporter who digs deep to uncover corruption in “While You Were Sleeping” (당신이 잠든 사이에), she has the role down pat. Yes, she was ensnared in the Second Male Lead syndrome that’s a huge part of K-Dramas, but she brought depth and believability to her role. 5. @dlwlrma: IU had a huge hit with last year’s “Hotel del Luna.” But the K-Drama that really showcased her acting range was the bittersweet “My Ahjussi” (나의 아저씨). Her character went through so much in an attempt to lead a normal, uneventful life. 6. @real__pcy of @weareone.exo: Park Chan-Yeol plays a game developer with just the right amount of terrified skittishness in the thriller, “Memories of the Alhambra” (알함브라 궁전의 추억). I knew he was in this K-Drama and yet it took me a while to realize it was actually him. It’s easy to overact in a part like this, but he did a great job in portraying a teenager who was scared of death. All of these K-Dramas are reviewed on my website. Link in my profile. 🔝

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