Photos of Yoo Seung Joon have surfaced online recently, garnering much attention from fans who have wondered his latest whereabouts.
Posted on a local online community board, the photos are titled, “Yoo Seung Joon’s latest photos, wrinkle-free face of a mid-30s guy.” In the photos, the singer-turned-actor is dressed in a neat suit, monitoring what looks to be his next movie or TV show appearance. With a new Taeyang-like crew cut and a thin goatee, Yoo Seung Joon looks much younger than some of his other photos that floated online lately.
After viewing the photos, netizens have commented, “Yoo Seung Joon used to be the best in the 90s,” “His skin looks so nice,” and “He’s still charismatic.”
Yoo Seung Joon once ruled the K-Pop scene from the mid-90s to early 2000s. His high-energy dancing, rapping, and singing was sensational, captivating the hearts of many fans across the world. But in 2002, he was caught in a deportation controversy after he became a naturalized U.S. citizen to allegedly dodge the two-year Korean military duty, which as a result, immediately ended his career in Korea.
In 2008, he signed a 15-year contract with Jackie Chan’s management agency and made his big screen debut in 2010 with the movie, “Little Big Soldier.”
For those of you not familiar with earlier K-Pop and Yoo Seung Joon, here are a couple of his game-changing songs / music videos:
The debut song, Scissors, aka Nightmare (1997)
Na Na Na, Starring Choi Ji Woo, 1998