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Updated December 18th, 2023 at 14:05 IST

Park Seo Joon turns 35: What's Wrong With Secretary Kim actor pens note of gratitude for his fans

Park Seo Joon took to social media to share goofy pictures from his intimate yet fun birthday celebration.

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Park Seo Joon | Image:IMDb
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Park Seo Joon turned a year older on December 16. The actor was flooded with sweet messages and gifts from his fans. On Sunday, he took to social media and expressed gratitude to his fans.

Inside Park Seo Joon's birthday celebration

Park Seo Joon took to social media to share goofy pictures from his intimate yet fun birthday celebration. Expressing his sincere thanks to fans for the heartfelt wishes, the actor's playful side shone through in the cheerful snapshots. The caption read, "Thank you very much everyone for your wishes."

What's next for Park Seo Joon?

Park Seo Joon is set to take the lead role in Gyeongseong Creature, alongside Han So Hee. The K-drama is scheduled for release on December 22, the horror historical drama is eagerly awaited by fans who anticipate the on-screen chemistry of these two popular K-drama stars. The ensemble also includes Wi Ha Joon, creating high expectations for the intriguing narrative.

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Directed by Jung Dong Yoon, known for his work on the widely acclaimed workplace sports drama "Hot Stove League," and penned by Kang Eun Kyun, the scriptwriter behind hits like the "Dr. Romantic" series, "Where Stars Land," and "What Happens to My Family," "Gyeongseong Creature" promises a captivating storyline set in 1945 Seoul, during the time of Japanese rule.

The drama unfolds with Jang Tae Sang, portrayed by Park Seo Joon, a wealthy and knowledgeable individual in colonial South Korea under Japanese rule. Partnering with Han So Hee's character, Yoon Chae Ok, a skilled searcher for missing individuals with a tough upbringing, they stumble upon a shocking reality.

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Fans are gearing up for the release of Gyeongseong Creature Part 1 as it promises to deliver a unique blend of historical drama and horror. Set against the backdrop of post-war Seoul, the narrative is expected to unravel mysteries and showcase the resilience of its characters in the face of unsettling truths.
 

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Published December 18th, 2023 at 14:05 IST

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