According to Jae Ha Kim, a New York Times best-selling author and journalist, these idols excel at acting, dancing, and singing, making them the ultimate triple threats. Take a look at the 6 impressive idols below!
1. V (BTS)
V’s signature husky voice on smooth songs like “Singularity” makes him an essential part of BTS‘s vocal line.
Despite not officially being part of BTS’s dance line, his skills on stage are sharp and charismatic.
V’s role as Han Sung in Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth gave him a chance to express the pain his character was going through “behind his wide-eyed smile.”
2. Chanyeol (EXO)
Chanyeol is EXO‘s main rapper, but don’t let that fool you: He also has a beautiful singing voice as shown by his cover of John Legend’s “All of Me.”
His stage presence is equally as passionate, starting from his intense facial expressions.
Chanyeol proves his acting ability in the thriller Memories of the Alhambra where he realistically captured the emotions of a scared teenager.
3. D.O. (EXO)
As EXO‘s main vocalist, D.O.‘s vocal prowess and ad-libs elevate each and every song.
Not only can he sing, but he nails the choreography as well.
It’s Okay, That’s Love allowed D.O. to show his reversal charms as a high school student.
IU‘s sweet and soothing voice make her one of Korea’s most popular solo artists.
Some of her lively performances for songs like “BBIBBI” have charming choreography.
IU received positive feedback for her role as Jang Man Wol in the hit drama Hotel Del Luna.
5. Bae Suzy (Miss A)
Suzy is the cutesy maknae and lead vocalist of Miss A.
She stole fan’s hearts from the moment she debuted with her angelic visuals on stage!
Suzy brought “depth and believability to her role” in While You Were Sleeping.
6. Park Hyung Sik (ZE:A)
Hyung Sik is the main vocalist of ZE:A. His incredible voice can be heard on various drama OSTs.
His performing skills are just as impressive.
Among his many roles, his chemistry with Park Bo Young in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon is especially enjoyable to watch.