Yoon Kyesang returns to the big screen with "Acting Class"
Actor Yoon Kyesang has been featured in many roles in the past such as his debut film "Flying Boys" in 2004, "Come Closer" in 2010 and "Poongsan" in 2011. These films, particularly "Flying Boys," gave him praise as the most promising silver screen rookie actor of the time.
After a long hiatus, his agency A-List Entertainment revealed that Yoon Kyesang will be returning with "Acting Class." As the star of the movie, his character Sungwoo is a developmentally disabled minor actor from a wealthy background.
Yoon Kyesang revealed his initial thoughts about the movie, stating that, "When I read the script for the first time I thought that this scenario was really fun. I'm grateful for having been cast in such an amazing project. Although I'm a little worried about how I will best portray my character, I will definitely do my best."
Meanwhile, the actor underwent surgery for a back injury he suffered last month. An official indicated that he has been receiving treatment ever since and it has not been affecting his daily life.
This new movie "Acting Class" is expected to hit the theaters in September.
Will you be watching Yoon Kyesang's movie comeback?