November 26, 2022

“Squid Recreation” star Jung Ho-yeon has been chosen as one of many 100 rising leaders from throughout industries and around the globe by U.S. journal Time for this 12 months.

Jung was named within the phenoms class of the 2022 Time 100 Subsequent listing launched Wednesday (U.S. time), which additionally included American actress Sydney Sweeney and Spanish tennis participant Carlos Alcaraz.

The Time 100 Subsequent listing acknowledges rising leaders from around the globe who’re shaping the longer term and defining the following era of management in 5 classes — artists, phenoms, innovators, leaders and advocates, based on the journal. Jung was the one Korean actor named to the listing.

“Squid Recreation” creator Hwang Dong-hyuk gave a reference to the model-actress, who made her appearing debut with the 2021 world sensation survival drama.

“I suppose Ho-yeon remains to be preventing on daily basis towards her fame, the expectations and the jealousy of her success, in addition to her personal wishes. I typically joke round and name her a ‘warrior,’” Hwang stated. “There’s little question that she has the ability and braveness to battle her quite a few battles. And I hope her appearing profession can turn into a real resting space, not her battleground.”

Jung rose to world stardom for her position in “Squid Recreation,” profitable finest TV actress prizes at main U.S. awards, together with the Display screen Actors Guild Awards. She was nominated for finest drama sequence supporting actress at this 12 months’s Primetime Emmy Awards.

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She has signed with the American expertise company Inventive Artists Company (CAA) and has been solid in Hollywood movies like Alfonso Cuaron’s upcoming thriller sequence “Disclaimer” and Joe Talbot’s “The Governesses.”