All of Us Are Dead’s Jae Hwi is confirmed for two more projects this year!

Rising actor Shin Jae Hwi is booked for two more projects this year.

On March 7th, Shin Jae Hwi’s agency shared through media outlets that the actor is confirmed to join two more upcoming dramas. The actor will be part of the new tvN drama “Link: Eat, Love, Die” and the much-awaited Disney+ series “Moving.” 

For the tvN drama “Link: Eat, Love, Die,” Shin Jae Hwi will play the role of Lee Jin Geun. He’s a mysterious figure who keeps on appearing in front of Moon Ga Young’s character named Da Hyun. The upcoming series will showcase the journey of a man and a woman who share the same emotional state. Shin Jae Hwi will be working with main leads Moon Ga Young and Yeo Jin Goo. “Link: Eat, Love, Die” will reportedly air this April. 

After “Link: Eat, Love, Die,” Shin Jae Hwi will then appear in the upcoming Disney+ drama “Moving.” The series is an action fantasy drama that will reveal the journey of children in the present who are hiding their superpowers, and their parents who lived in the past that are hiding painful secrets. Together they will face the danger of the current times. The series will be led by Ryu Seung Ryong, Han Hyo Joo, Jo In Sung, Lee Jung Ha, Go Yoon Jung, Kim Do Hoon, and more. 

Shin Jae Hwi will play the role of Bang Ki Soo in the upcoming drama “Moving.” He will act as a student in the series and will interact the most with Kim Do Hoon’s character.

Even though 2022 is only in its first quarter, Shin Jae Hwi has already starred in two hit dramas. First, he participated in the global hit Netflix series “All of Us Are Dead” wherein he played the role of a bully high school student.  In February, Shin Jae Hwi also joined another Netflix original drama titled “Juvenile Justice.” In this series, Shin Jae Hwi acted as Seo Bum, one of the prosecutors’ support staff. 

Expectations are high on how Shin Jae Hwi will portray his new characters in his two upcoming 2022 projects. 


Can you recognize Shin Jae Hwi in the two dramas he already did this year?

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