‘Snowdrop’ Star Jung Hae In Shares More Swoon Worthy Photos for GQ Korea Magazine

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Jung Hae In decorated GQ Korea's December issue with his undeniable charm and dapper looks.

The South Korean heartthrob updates fans with his swoon-worthy photos as he teams up with the French luxury jewelry and watches brand Boucheron.

Jung Hae In on GQ Korea's December Issue

In a series of photos shared on Jung Hae In's Instagram, he looked elegant wearing gold and silver jewelry pieces from House of Boucheron.

Apart from it, the "D.P" star dons an elevated look with a black and white ensemble that signifies sophistication with an edgy style.

Jung Hae In for GQ Magazine
(Photo : Jung Hae In Official Instagram)
Jung Hae In for GQ Magazine
(Photo : Jung Hae In Official Instagram)
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(Photo : Jung Hae In Official Instagram)
Jung Hae In for GQ Magazine
(Photo : Jung Hae In Official Instagram)

Over the comment section, fans can't help but gush over his latest shoot with the fashion magazine.

Interestingly, Jung Hae In is also among the selected GQ Korea's Men of the Year 2021 alongside "Squid Game" star Lee Jung Jae, Ryu Jun Yeol, Yoo Teo and hip-hop artists Simon Dominic.

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(Photo : GQ Korea Official Instagram)

IN CASE YOU MISSED: Jung Hae In Introduces His Equally Handsome Brother on Instagram

Jung Hae In's New Kdrama 'Snowdrop'

His appearance with the publication comes ahead of his upcoming Kdrama "Snowdrop" with BLACKPINK's Jisoo.

The soon-to-be-released melodrama is gaining the public's attention due to the lead stars' unique on-screen chemistry.

For weeks, JTBC has been enticing viewers with a series of teaser and official photos featuring Eun Young Ro, played by the Kpop star, and Im Soo Ho, portrayed by the "Prison Playbook" actor.

BLACKPINK’s Jisoo and Jung Hae In Tease Viewers with New ‘Snowdrop’ Poster’ + JTBC Reveals Drama’s Premiere Date
(Photo : JTBC Official Instagram)
Jung Hae In and BLACKPINK Jisoo
(Photo : Harper Bazaar's Instagram)

What's more interesting is that "Snowdrop" will be BLACKPINK's Jisoo debut as an actress.

The duo took on the role of university students who were caught up in a chaotic era during the late 1980s.

The upcoming melodrama series is helmed by the director and writer of the smash hit revenge drama "SKY Castle" and is scheduled to be released on December 18 with 16 episodes.

Jung Hae In Share his Thoughts on New Drama

In an interview, the "One Spring Night" star dishes his experience and what prompted him to accept the offer.

He says that the storyline and the people behind it was the reason he said yes to the role.

"The biggest reason was the writing. The strength of the writing, the strength of the story, and my infinite trust in the writer and director."

"Snowdrop" will be Jung Hae In's next project after the blockbuster Netflix series "D.P."

On the other hand, the heartthrob is set to appear in three new Kdramas, which include "D.P" season 2, mystery thriller "Connect" directed by Japanese PD Takashi Miike, and Lee Je Hoon's directorial debut "Unframed."

BLACKPINK's Jisoo Grateful for her Co-Stars in 'Snowdrop'

BLACKPINK Jisoo
(Photo : Harper Bazaar's Instagram)

In the same interview, the Kpop star also spoke about her character Young Ro and said that she and the character live entirely differently.

As for being a newcomer actress, she revealed that everyone on set treated her like Young Ro instead of Jisoo.

"Thanks to them, I was able to completely focus on being Young Ro, so I was really grateful to the staff," she said.

READ MORE: CONFIRMED! Jung Hae In and Ji Chang Wook to Appear on 'House On Wheels' Season 3

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Written by Geca Wills

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