Ahn Hyo Seop delivered striking visuals as he graced Marie Claire Korea's latest issue.
The 26-year-old actor flaunted his jaw-dropping charm in a black-and-white shoot for the magazine's October cover.
Ahn Hyo Seop Flaunts Sophisticated and Mysterious Aura in Marie Claire's October Issue
The 6.1 feet tall actor wowed fans with his expressive eyes and a rockstar vibe as he dons a black top paired with leather pants under a white coat.
In one photo, the "Dr. Romantic 2" star showed off his stunning facial features in an up-close shot.
The comment section was filled with heart emojis signaling the fans' support for the actor.
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Ahn Hyo Seop Share Thoughts on his KDrama' Lovers of the Red Sky'
With the theme "Journey to the Unknown," the heartthrob spoke about his new drama "Lovers of the Red Sky" and the struggles he experienced portraying Ha Ram.
During his interview with the Marie Claire Korea team, the actor admitted that filming the SBS drama was a bit challenging given that most of his scenes were shot in front of a blue screen.
With this, as an actor, he had to step up his A-game to carry out his role and create a magnificent scene out of nothing.
Apart from the star-studded lineup of the cast, "Lovers of the Red Sky" was also lauded for its remarkable visuals seen every episode.
To recall, the pilot episode featured the battle between the evil and the deity highlighting the stunning 3D effects.
Talks About Portraying Ha Ram
In the Monday and Tuesday night series, Ahn Hyo Seop took on the role of Ha Ram, a blind astrologer who lived a double life.
The evil spirit chose his body as his temporary shelter after the shaman turned him into a sacrificial lamb at the rain ceremony.
As a result, the goddess of life, Sam Shin, took away his eyesight and transferred it to Hong Cheon Gi, played by Kim Yoo Jung.
Interestingly, Ahn Hyo Seop talked about being Ha Ram and how he managed to play the character.
He gets honest and reveals that he tried to convey his role as someone who managed to surpass his misfortunes on his own instead of sulking at the setback he faces.
To recall, his parents died in the hands of the royal guards despite their loyalty to the King.
At the same time, he lost his eyesight during the ceremony and now lives as a blind person.
Ahn Hyo Seop on Continuous Learning
The 26-year-old Canadian Korean first appeared in the MBC drama "Splash Splash Love" and became one of the cast in the music variety show "Always Cantare."
However, it was the 2017 Kdrama "Queen of the Ring" where the viewers recognized his talent.
When asked regarding his plans for the future, Ahn Hyo Seop shares that when the moment comes that he seems to be getting older, the actor says that one of the essential factors in acting is not to lose the craving for learning and knowledge.
Apart from his current Kdrama, the "Abyss" star would also appear in the upcoming sequel of "Dr.Romantic," "The Office Blind Date," and in talks to lead the cast of SBS' "Today's Webtoon."