NCT Dream Jisung Gathers Christmas Gifts in New Teaser Photographs for ‘Candy’

NCT Dream Jisung Gathers Christmas Gifts: NCT Dream has released fresh Jisung teaser pictures. Jisung seems like the perfect Christmas present in these new photographs, posing with gift boxes and candy canes.

As they prepare to release the special winter record, the concept has remained similar for all of the members. The album, titled ‘Candy,’ promises to offer a pleasant season to all NCT fans. The album will be released on December 19th, KST.

NCT Dream Jisung Gathers Christmas Gifts
NCT Dream Jisung Gathers Christmas Gifts


Actor Ji Sung was born Kwak Tae-geun on February 27, 1977, in South Korea. For his roles in All In (2003), Save the Last Dance for Me (2004), New Heart (2007), Protect the Boss (2011), Secret Love (2013), Kill Me, Heal Me (2015), Innocent Defendant (2017), Familiar Wife (2018), Doctor John (2019), and The Devil Judge (2021), as well as the film My PS Partner, he has garnered the most attention (2012).

Both of Kwak’s Tae-parents geun’s were teachers, thus it was always assumed he would follow in their footsteps. However, his father purchased him a VCR during his sophomore year of high school, and the first movie he rented was Rain Man.

He was so inspired by Dustin Hoffman’s performance that he pursued acting despite his father’s wishes. He then went on to Hanyang University to study acting and film. The first time Ji Sung met scriptwriter Song Ji-na was at an audition for the 1999 campus drama KAIST.

Song was impressed by the young upstart, so he created a new role for him to play in the play. After adopting the stage name Chae Ji-sung at the urging of his former management, he eventually dropped the surname and became known simply as “Ji Sung.”

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After appearing in a number of supporting roles, he broke out into more prominent roles in films and television shows including Wonderful Days (2001), Sunshine Hunting (2002, and Whistling Princess, a North-South romantic comedy film) (2002).

The gambling drama All In, released in 2003, featured Ji shortly after. Producers had a hard time finding a suitable male replacement for Lee Byung-hun because nobody wanted to be compared to him.

Director Yoo Chul-yong was approached by actor Ji Sung, who expressed interest in playing the part. After the success of All In, Ji Sung was widely recognised as a Hallyu icon. He then played Gwanghaegun of Joseon in his first-period drama, The King’s Woman, in an effort to stretch himself.

He portrayed a wealthy, amnesiac businessman in the 2004 film Save the Last Dance for Me, who recovers with the help of a bed and breakfast owner’s daughter (played by Eugene).

After that, he had a small part in “Outing,” a two-episode arc written by Lee Kyung-hee for the omnibus drama Beating Heart (2005)[10], as Bae Jong-college ok’s boyfriend, and then he had another little part in Kim Dae-period Seung’s thriller Blood Rain (2007). (2005).

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