Lee Dong Wook Flaunts His Charismatic Charm in Latest GQ Korea Cover

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Tale of The Nine Tailed
GQ Korea Men of the Year
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Lee Dong Wook once again set the bar high as he graced the cover of GQ Korea. The "Tale of the Nine-Tailed "star wowed fans with his stunning visuals, alongside his oozing charismatic charm.

In his latest shoot, the award-winning actor flaunted his toned physique, wearing a black sleeveless blazer, paired with a dark trouser while capping off the look with a sophisticated hairstyle.

It's no surprise how the 39-year-old actor managed to ace his newest GQ cover.

In a report, an on-site staff praised the "Strangers From Hell" star for giving them jaw-dropping poses and a relaxed attitude throughout the shoot.

This campaign shoot is also in collaboration with the British company, Dyson.

Moreover, fans can also get hairstyling tips straight from the actor. As we all know, aside from his acting prowess, Lee Dong Wook is also famous for donning a stunning hairstyle that gained the public's attention.

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Lee Dong Wook is GQ Korea's Men of the Year

This is not the first time that Lee Dong Wook appeared in the men's style and fashion magazine. To recall, in 2020, the actor-host was hailed as GQ Korea's Men of the Year for three consecutive years.

The said award was given to influential personalities who have been participating in creative ventures and taking on challenging works.

His role as Lee Yeon in the hit series "Tale of the Nine-Tailed" and Lee Dong Wook's SBS talk show "Wook Talk" has cemented his spot in the prestigious publication.

Aside from the actor, three other celebrities managed to enter GQ Korea's Men of the Year. This includes the legendary K-Pop icon Rain, who has been in the industry for over 22 years as an actor and singer.

The multi-talented star, Henry Lau, also known as Henry, has been recognized for his moving performance in the JTBC variety show "Begin Again."

Capping off the list is the 28-year-old R&B and hip-hop singer, Crush.

Meanwhile, singer-actress IU is the only female Korean who made it to GQ's Woman of the Year.

Lee Dong Wook Compares Himself to K-Pop Idols

Since his debut in 1999, KBS drama "School 2," Lee Dong Wook has been in the entertainment industry for more than 22 years and managed to land several roles in notable TV shows and movies.

In his recent interview with magazine Arena, the 39-year-old actor was candid and talked about his future showbiz plans.

The "Touch Your Heart" star said he might consider taking a little break from work. He even compared himself to K-pop idols who are working tirelessly and busy throughout the year.

"For the past few years, I've worked almost like an idol. Idols are busy all year round. They release albums, prepare for concerts, but they also do things that are always out of the public eye. I learned to empathize when they say, 'I'm happy to have a week off,'" he shared.

Moreover, Lee Dong Wook also shared his experience when his 2016 drama "Goblin" skyrocketed and recalled touring seven countries in Asia.

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Written by Geca Wills

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