South Korean actor and star of the upcoming Netflix thriller The Call Lee Dong Hwi has signed exclusively with Keyeast, a cultural entertainment company and comprehensive content studio representing fellow actors Woo Do Hwan (The King: Eternal Monarch), Kang Han Na (Start-Up), Jung Eun Chae (The King: Eternal Monarch), and Ji Hyun Jun (Hyena) among others.
“I’m very happy to have actor Lee Dong Hwi, who has been noted for his unique acting skills not only in the film industry but also in dramas due to his irreplaceable character digestion,” said Lee Yeon Woo, CEO of Keyeast Management. “As a sensuous fashionista, I will give full support and support to help him take a leap forward.”
From feature films to TV dramas, the actor and style icon has carved a prominent legacy since his debut in 2013. He achieved widespread recognition with his role in the nostalgic hit drama Reply 1988, which aired from 2015-2016 starring Hyeri Lee, Kyung Pyo Go, and Park Bo Gum. Lee Dong Hwi is also recognized for his roles in the films The Handmaiden from director Park Chan Wook, Veteran alongside actor Hwang Jung Min, and Lee Byeong Heon’s Extreme Job, the latter further noting the actor’s unique character development.
Lee Dong Hwi will star opposite Kim Kang Woo, Yoo In Na, and Yoo Yeon Seok in the feature film New Year Blues slated to debut next month from helmer Hong Ji Young. The actor is set to appear in the Netflix original time-travelling mystery thriller The Call starring Memories of Alhambra heroine Park Shin Hye set to release worldwide on November 27 exclusively on the streamer.