Song Jae Rim And Yoon So Hee Join New Agency Following Departure From SM C&C
Song Jae Rim and Yoon So Hee are a part of a brand new agency.
On July 23, Grand Anse Entertainment confirmed, “Song Jae Rim and Yoon So Hee will be embarking on a new start with brand new agency Grand Anse.” The two actors’ contracts with SM C&C recently expired.
Grand Anse Entertainment is an agency set up by a manager who worked with Song Jae Rim and Yoon So Hee since their debuts. It was reported that they had decided to move forward with the agency due to their long-standing loyalty and trust in the staff members.
The agency stated, “Grand Anse means ‘big gulf’ in French. It means that the company will grow with the actors whose acting has the depth and width of a big gulf that embraces the ocean. As they are young actors with an infinite amount of possibilities, we will support them in diverse fields and active promotions.”
Song Jae Rim made his name known as a charismatic bodyguard in hit MBC drama “The Moon Embracing the Sun.” Since then, he has appeared in a variety of roles and dramas such as “Two Weeks,” “Inspiring Generation,” “Surplus Princess,” “Unkind Women,” “Our Gap Soon,” “Secret Mother,” and more. The actor also received much love for his appearance in MBC variety show “We Got Married” with on-screen wife Kim So Eun. He will be starring in upcoming JTBC drama “Clean with Passion For Now” (literal translation) alongside Kim Yoo Jung and Yoon Kyun Sang.
Yoon So Hee cemented her image as a refreshing, young star with her appearance in “Let’s Eat” and became especially known for her intelligence as a current student at KAIST. She proved her brains through her appearances on variety shows such as “Problematic Men,” “Running Man,” “The Master Key,” and “Friendly Driver.” The actress has also shown off her acting skills through dramas such as “Big Man,” “Marriage, Not Dating,” “Secret Door,” “My Love Eun Dong,” “Memory,” “Ruler: Master of the Mask,” and more. She will be starring in upcoming MBN drama “Witch’s Love.”
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