Kim Nam Gil Joins JYJ, Song Il Kook And Ryu Jun Yeol At C-JeS Entertainment
Kim Nam Gil is now part of C-JeS Entertainment!
South Korean actor Kim Nam Gil has signed an exclusive contract with C-JeS Entertainment on June 8.
C-JeS Entertainment confirmed Kim’s addition to its roster of stars and expressed happiness in welcoming him under its care. In a statement, the company praised the actor for his various works as an actor and promised to support him in his activities in the future with a diverse management system.
Kim will join JYJ, Choi Min Sik, Hong Jong Hyun, Hwang Jung Eum, Kang Hye Jung, Ra Mi Ran, Ryu Jun Yeol, Song Il Kook, Yoon Sang Hyun, Moon So Ri, Jung In Sun, and more as artists of the entertainment company established in 2009. He will also be labelmates with singer Gummy, Noel, and Crucial Star.
C-JeS Entertainment was first founded to support the activities of Jaejoong, Junsu, and Yoochun following their filing of lawsuit against SM Entertainment. Since then, the company has managed a lot of actors and some singers. Its former talents included Kim Sun Ah, Song Ji Hyo, and Lee Jung Jae.
Moreover, the company has also participated in drama productions with its most recent works including Eulachacha Waikiki and Switch: Change the World. It has also produced musicals like Death Note, the Musical and Dracula, the Musical.
Meanwhile, Kim began his acting career with a minor role in the youth drama School 1. He went on to take supporting roles including Queen Seondeok, his breakout drama. In 2010, he starred as Shim Gun Wook in Bad Guy, and in 2013, he partnered with Son Ye Jin for Shark.
Four years after Shark, Kim returned to the small screen in tvN’s Live Up to Your Name, Dr. Heo.
Aside from television dramas, he is also active in movies. In 2017, he played the role of Tae Joo in Memoir of a Murderer and Kang Soo in One Day. This year, he will take part in the movie Strange Family.