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He plays a religious cult leader in Netflix's "Hellbound".
Hallyu star Yoo Ah In’s versatility is an impressive thing to experience. The actor knows drama like the back of his hand, having done it all, from a troubled teen, to a piano prodigy in a salacious affair, and, most recently, a
Expect a new, thrilling K-drama starring Yoo Ah In.
Update your watch list with 10 more Netflix releases this November, including the supernatural Korean original drama Hellbound, starring Yoo Ah In. Meanwhile, those who want to celebrate Christmas early are in luck, because a number of titles related to the holiday
"Chicago Typewriter" actors Yoo Ah In and Go Kyung Pyo are reuniting for this project!
If you’ve finally gotten over the mind-boggling romance film that was Sweet and Sour, then you’re just in time because there’s a new Netflix movie that you’ll need to gear up for. The streaming giant officially announced the production and cast of its
He's got quite the repertoire.
A seasoned actor and multi-hyphenate, Hallyu star Yoo Ah In has long established his indispensable worth in South Korea. With the success of his zombie apocalypse film #Alive and the record-breaking numbers accumulated by his Netflix series Hellbound, it won’t be long until
Park Shin Hye and Yoo Ah In's new horror film will have you terrified at the edge of your seat.
If you’re a sucker for heart-racing zombie thrillers like Train to Busan and Kingdom, and if you love Park Shin Hye and Yoo Ah In as much as we do, then you’ll definitely get a kick out of their new movie. The best
It will be helmed by the director of "Train to Busan" and will star Yoo Ah In.
Heads up, K-drama fans! Netflix has a new series in the works and from the looks of it, we might just get another thrilling supernatural drama a la Kingdom. This time though, instead of zombies, they’ve got fiery angels descending on earth!Titled
These Hallyu heartthrobs receive a jawdopping paycheck per episode of your fave K-dramas.
The Hallyu wave is real. With the K-drama culture experiencing explosive popularity not only in Asia but around the world, it’s only fair that their actors and actresses—who have unimaginable fan bases both locally and internationally—are paid a jawdropping sum for every