Jang Hyuk warned his Instagram followers against fake social media accounts.
On his private IG post with 287,000 followers, the actor tells the public about accounts impersonating him.
Jang Hyuk warns against fake Instagram accounts
(Photo: Official Sidus Instagram) Jang Hyuk
On Jang Hyuk’s Instagram, the 45-year-old star shared a message warning his followers about fake accounts.
As obtained by News 1, he posted a screenshot of said profile along with his name and photo.
The actor denied any affiliation with the person running the account alongside the caption, “Warning, it’s not me,” which he wrote in English.
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Besides Jang Hyuk, several personalities and celebrities have also sent warnings to fans about fake social media accounts impersonating them.
Hyun Bin’s agency, Vast Entertainment, released a statement via its official SNS noting that they “have received reports of entities that incorrectly assume ‘Hyun Bin, pointing out that the actor “does not have any personal accounts on social networks” such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and others.
In addition, the agency also noted that it “does not offer or request money from anyone, and even asked fans to ‘protect themselves’ from such impersonators.
The same goes for Kim Woo Bin and Song Joong Ki, who also informed their fans about the fake social media accounts.
On the other hand, Jang Hyuk’s Instagram account with 287,000 followers, is set to private. However, he informs fans through his agency, the official social media of Sidus HQ, where they often share his activities, including his new drama “Bloody Heart.”
Jang Hyuk’s New Drama
(Photo: KBS) Jang Hyuk
The versatile actor recently returned to the small screen to join the historic K-drama “Bloody Heart.”
Jang Hyuk is teaming up with Kang Han Na and Lee Joon to headline the cast.
The 45-year-old award-winning star became First Deputy Prime Minister Park Gye Won, known as the power leader of Joseon.
Elsewhere, Kang Ha Na plays Yoo Jung, a woman who will be the next surviving queen, while Lee Joon plays Lee Tae, the king who had no choice but to abandon the person he loved. likes to keep his job.
As the historical K-drama nears its second half, the ratings are rising slightly.
According to Nielsen Korea, Episode 4 of “Bloody Heart” earned an average national rating of 5.6%; this is a modest increase from its previous episode of 5.3%.
During their first script reading, Jang Hyuk hints that the KBS2 series is not just a historical K-drama.
“Although it is a historical drama about the royal court, it is also a historical drama that brings people closer together,” he said, obtained by news outlet.
“Bloody Heart” is Jang Hyuk’s next project following the 2020 mystery-thriller series “Tell Me What You Saw” starring Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung and Jin Seo Yun.
Along with his new K-drama, the actor also returned to the big screen with his latest movie, “The Killer,” released in April 2022.