Jang Ki Yong shows off his stunning visuals as he graces Singles Magazine's September issue.
The 29-year-old South Korean heartthrob is currently the Hallyu world's talk of the town after he appeared in the recently concluded K-drama "My Roommate is a Gumiho" with Lee Hyeri.
With his astounding acting skills and undeniable charm, needless to say, that the "Born Again" actor is soon to follow the footsteps of Park Seo Joon, Lee Min Ho, and Kim Soo Hyun as one of the most sought after stars.
Jang Ki Yong Dazzles in Singles Magazine's Latest Issue
Before Jang Ki Yong's military service enlistment, he graced the magazine's September issue, flaunting his visually appealing looks giving his millions of fans a mini heart attack.
His recent appearance in Singles magazine is in collaboration with the beauty brand, Lancôme.
In a series of photos, the "Search: WWW" star showed off his radiant and flawless skin for the French luxury brand's newest collection, Clarifique Dual Essence.
"Here's a photoshoot of #JangKiYong (@juanxkui) with his glowing skin and deep eyes," the caption reads.
Prior to this, Singles Magazine teased fans with a black and white photo of the actor donning fierce looks for the publication's September issue cover.
Aside from the actor, Hallyu star Bae Suzy also appeared in the latest cover, flaunting her angelic and innocent beauty.
Jang Ji Yong's New Drama with Song Hye Kyo
Following the success of tvN's "My Roommate is a Gumiho," where he played a 999-year-old nine-tailed fox named Shin Woo Yeo, he is set to appear opposite Song Hye Kyo for his upcoming K-drama "Now, We're Breaking Up."
The much-anticipated series gained the attention of fans due to the fresh team-up between the two.
Helmed by "Vagabond," "Dr. Romantic" and My Love From the Star," director Lee Gil Bok, alongside screenwriter Je In who is the genius behind the drama "Misty," Song Hye Kyo and Jang Ki Yong's new drama follows the story of Ha Young Eun, played by the Hallyu star who gets tangled up in a romance with freelance photographer Yoon Jae Guk.
"Now, We're Breaking Up" highlights love, heartaches, and breakups among the characters.
"Now, We're Breaking Up" to Pre-Record Press Conference
Recently, the drama producers shared an update regarding the upcoming press conference as they gear up with the highly anticipated premiere.
On August 13, a representative confirmed that the SBS drama would be pre-recording its online press conference to give way to Jang Ki Yong's military service.
In a statement, the official inevitably had to make some adjustments ahead of the actor's enlistment.
"Since our drama belongs to the emotional romance genre, we decided that it was especially important to show the leads' relationship and chemistry [during the press conference]. Therefore, instead of holding the press conference without actor Jang Ki Yong, we decided to greet the press a bit early, with everyone present."
To recall, Jang Ki Yong's agency, YG Entertainment, announced that he is set to enlist as an active-duty soldier on August 23 after concluding filming for his new drama.
The forthcoming K-drama "Now, We Are Breaking Up" will premiere in November via SBS.