Kim Seon Ho Rejects Project Offers, Won’t Have Any Other Projects This Year After ‘Sad Tropics’
Kim Seon Ho has set 2022 as the year of "rest."
Kim Seon Ho, who was engulfed in a private life scandal last year, is planning to spend a year focusing only on movies, rejecting all schedules other than his upcoming "Sad Tropics."
According to Kim Seon Ho's agency, the actor won't be engaging in any other acting activities except for the schedule for the movie "Sad Tropics," which is currently filming this year.
It is reported that all proposals for new works given to the "Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha" star are being rejected.
The same goes for the advertising industry. Kim Seon Ho's side is politely rejecting new advertising offers as well as renewing contracts with brands he is currently working with as a model.
Also, it is known that all plans for overseas fan meetings are being rejected. It is said that Kim Seon Ho declined the proposal of overseas fan meeting promoters, saying, "I decided to focus only on one movie this year."
"Sad Tropics" which will be Kim Seon Ho's big-screen debut, is a new work by director Park Hoon Jung of "The New World" and "The Witch." Filming is set to begin this year.
On the other hand, Kim Seon Ho is still enjoying popularity even though he has suspended official activities due to privacy issues. At last year's "2021 Asian Artist Awards," Kim Seon Ho won the "Popularity Award for Male Actor" and also ranked first in the "2021 Talent Who Shined This Year" announced by Gallup Korea.