Next up for Jung Ho-yeon on her conquest of the global entertainment industry is a music video appearance with five-time Grammy award-winning artist The Weeknd.
On Thursday, the Canadian singer-songwriter teased fans on Instagram with a shot from the upcoming music video for “Out of Time,” the third single on his latest album “Dawn FM.” The Weeknd is seen in the photo clasping Jung’s hand in an elevator, as she looks up at him, smiling. A separate set of hands appear to be prying open the elevator doors from the outside.
The caption reads, “Out of Time: Tuesday,” followed by an hourglass emoji, hinting at which day the video will be released. Jung also shared his post to her own Instagram Stories.
Jung, who made history by winning a Best Performance award at this year’s SAG Awards for her debut acting role in “Squid Game,” has previously appeared in several Korean music videos over the years. The former model was first credited in Lee Hyori’s video for “Going Crazy” in 2013, followed by appearances in “Beat” by 100 Percent and “Move” by Kim Yeon Woo the following year.
Last month it was announced that Jung would be making her Hollywood debut in an upcoming Alfonso Cuarón thriller with Cate Blanchett.
Grace Kim is a New York-based Entertainment Contributor for NextShark
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