• Jang Keun Suk
      Jang Keun Suk

    Jang Keun Suk

    Jang Keun Suk is a Korean actor. At five years old, he made his debut as a childrenswear model. He made a name for himself after appearing in several dramas: “Nonstop,” “Hwang Jin Yi, “Hong Gil Dong,” “He’s Beautiful,” and Mary Stayed Out All Night.” These dramas were huge hits. Thus he received a lot of attention from overseas fans as well as Korean fans. He has also released records and albums in Japan as a singer. And now he is known as “Prince of Asia.” Jang Keun Suk celebrated his 20th anniversary in entertainment in 2012. He is one of the most well-known entertainers of the era.

    Rhydian Vaughan

    Rhydian Vaughan is an emerging actor of Eurasian descent. His father is a British violinist while his mother is a Taiwanese performance artist at the Shang Orientheatre. Growing up immersed in eastern culture, he learned from different cultures touring in various continents as a student. Studying at the East 15 Acting School in London was an eye-opening experience which cultivated in him a more comprehensive world view than most of the actors of his generation. His unique aristocratic aura also differentiates him from his fellow actors.

    Rhydian Vaughan is an extraordinary actor who speaks with his eyes.

    As Cheng Hsi-yen in Winds of September, Dragon Lee in Monga, Aaron in GF*BF, Gong Ming in Tiny Times, Chen Dong in Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe, many have seen Vaughan consistently delivering solid performances. Taking his acting career seriously, Vaughan breathed life into every role he played. The aspiring actor is as faithful to drama as he is to his own life, living and performing by his motto, “To give as much as one can, to make everyone feel as much loved as possible”.

    • Rhydian Vaughan
        Rhydian Vaughan

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