Son Seok Koo flaunts ripped physique in debut magazine cover

Son Seok Koo once again made hearts swoon as he graced the cover of Esquire Korea magazine.

The 39-year-old star shows off her unique charisma for the publication’s July issue. Interestingly, this is also the first time he landed a fashion magazine cover.

Son Seok Koo dazzles in YSL for Esquire Korea’s July 2023 cover

In a series of black and white photos, the actor flaunted his oozing sexiness, teasing fans with his perfectly chiseled abs.

Moreover, it was also in collaboration with Yves Saint Laurent that the Son Seok Koo appeared with his dapper looks, wearing a head-to-toe ensemble from the French luxury fashion house.

On Esquire Korea’s Instagram, the post described the versatile star as “undoubtedly the hottest actor” right now since receiving an overwhelming response to the hype of his Kdrama “My Liberation Notes.” and the movie “The Outlaws 2,” also known as “The Roundup.”

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Son Seok Koo for Esquire Magazine

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Son Seok Koo for Esquire Magazine

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Son Seok Koo for Esquire Magazine

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The comments section was filled with happy netizens as the post highlighted Son Seok Koo’s charm.

Along with gracing the July issue of Esquire Korea, the actor talked about his plans for 2023 and his reaction to his sequel Kdrama and movie which won the hype from the audience.

Son Seok Koo On The Success Of “My Liberation Notes” And “The Roundup”

During the interview, he got honest and said that the global pandemic has affected him in some ways.

As Newsen gets, Son Seok Koo felt his acting life was put on hold due to the health crisis.

As a reminder, his pre-pandemic Kdrama was the 2019 series “Be Melodramatic” and made a comeback for Netflix’s “DP” alongside Jung Hae In and Goo Kyo Hwan.

It was then followed by an appearance in Jun Ji Hyun and Joo Ji Hoon’s mystery thriller Kdrama “Jirisan.”

Interestingly, Son Seok Koo proved his supremacy in 2023 after starring in several successful projects.

As mentioned, JTBC’s “My Liberation Notes” is one of the most talked about series of the year, with the melodrama ending with its highest viewership ratings after garnering 6.7%.

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Son Seok Koo

While his team with Kim Ji Won dominated the small screen, “The Roundup,” featuring Son Seok Koo playing the villain alongside Ma Dong Seok, made Korean box office history after surpassing 10 million. of spectators.

Son Seok Koo The Roundup

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With that, he pointed out that the hype for both projects was “dramatic” but was grateful to have been part of “My Liberation Notes” and “The Roundup.”

“The process of ‘My Liberation Notes’ getting a lot of attention now was dramatic, but personally I was lucky because it led to ‘The Roundup’. It was really good,” he said. said,

Besides that, Son Seok Koo also mentioned how fellow actor Cha Tae Hyun supported him throughout filming. He said the ‘Police University’ star gave him “cheers” over the phone as both of his projects received positive responses from viewers.

“The synergy of making drama with entertainment,” Cha Tae Hyun tells her over the phone.

Son Seok Koo’s upcoming projects

Son Seok Koo

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Viewers will be able to catch Son Seok Koo in series and movies as the actor has a slew of upcoming projects.

He is set to reprise his role as Captain Im Ji Sup in “DP 2” and recently returned from the Philippines after filming the upcoming Kdrama “Casino.”

Jung Hae In And Koo Kyo Hwan Share Their Excitement For Season 2 Of

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Jung Hae In, Koo Kyo Hwan, Kim Sung Kyun, Son Seok Koo, Ji Jin Hee, Kim Ji Hyun

Additionally, he is also set to join the cast of the new movie “Virus” starring Kim Yeon Seok and Bae Doo Na.

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Written by Geca Wills