Chanyeol from the renowned K-pop group EXO is poised to make a return to the small screen after a six-year hiatus, joining forces with Go Min-si of “Sweet Home” fame in the upcoming Netflix drama, “The Frog.”
SM Entertainment confirmed the news following media reports on Feb 7, marking the 31-year-old singer’s first television appearance since 2018’s “Memories Of The Alhambra.”
“The Frog” is a gripping mystery thriller that unfolds in two timelines—Sang-jun (Yoon Kye-sang) manages a motel in 2000, while Yeong-ha (Kim Yun-seok) oversees a pension in 2021.
Both men confront similar challenges, but their decisions diverge. The narrative takes a captivating turn when a mysterious guest, portrayed by Go Min-si, enters Yeong-ha’s life.
Adding depth to the cast is veteran actress Lee Jung-eun, who takes on the role of Bo-min, an officer tackling violent cases with a game-like approach.
Chanyeol’s character in “The Frog” is shrouded in mystery, with only the revelation that his role will be pivotal to the plot.
The Netflix series is scheduled for release in the third quarter of this year, promising an enthralling viewing experience for fans and audiences alike.
Beyond his music career, Chanyeol, also known as Park Chanyeol, is a versatile South Korean entertainer recognized for his roles as a rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, actor, and model.
Debuting with EXO in 2012, he has left a lasting impact with his powerful rapping, smooth vocals, and dynamic stage presence.
In addition to his solo and group achievements, Chanyeol has ventured into acting, making his debut in 2015’s “Salut d’Amour” and later starring in various films and dramas, showcasing his diverse talents.
EXO-Ls can also anticipate Baekhyun’s concert on March 28, adding to the excitement surrounding EXO’s members in the entertainment industry.