The character role of Park Seo Joon in the upcoming Marvel movie, “The Marvels” is finally confirmed. However, this Marvel character role may require him to sing in a Hollywood movie. So, can Park Seo Joon REALLY sing? Check out the following reports and see if Park Seo Joon can sing well.
Park Seo Joon Role in Marvel Movie, “The Marvels” CONFIRMED – Can He REALLY Sing?
South Korea will soon have another Hollywood debut from one of its prominent top-tier actors, Park Seo Joon. Following his sunbae, Lee Byung Hun, Ma Dong Seok, Rain, Lee Joon Gi, and Bae Doona, Park Seo Joon is marking his name on the history of Hollywood with the upcoming Marvel movie, “The Marvels”.
On December 7, Korean media reported that Park Seo Joon role in the Marvel movie “The Marvels,” is finally out. Reports stated that Park Seo Joon would be playing the role of Yan D’ Aladna, also known as Prince Yan, in the Captain Marvel sequel, “The Marvels”.
Park Seo Joon Role in Marvel Movie, Yan D’ Aladna: Captain Marvel Dearest Husband & A Singing Prince
According to the report, Park Seo Joon role in the Marvel movie, “The Marvels”, Yan D’ Aladna (Prince Yan) is in fact, Captain Marvel’s husband. It is quite different from the original comics storyline when Yan was actually engaged to Lila Cheney and would then get married to Tic.
Prince Yan is the leader of a musical planet, Aladna, where everyone communicates by singing. Even in the original comics, everything Yan said has a certain level of rhyme, as if he was reciting poems or singing songs.
The upcoming Marvel movie, “The Marvels,” will focus on three female heroines: Carol Danvers, Monica Rambo, and Kamala Khan, while Park Seo Joon’s role will be the liaison that connects them together.
Everyone who live and resides in Aladna would have to sing to communicate. That is why rumors previously circulated that Park Seo Joon Marvel movie, “The Marvels,” would be a musical.
Today, seeing the kind of character role that Park Seo Joon must play in the upcoming Marvel movie, “The Marvels”, apparently the rumors will become a reality.
Can Park Seo Joon REALLY Sing?
Now that his character role in the Marvel movie, “The Marvels” is revealed, the question remains: can Park Seo Joon sing?
The answer is: absolutely!
Previously, we had a complete discussion about the various reasons why Park Seo Joon was popular, and one of them is due to his multiple talents.
Aside from his outstanding acting skills, Park Seo Joon actually dances and sings very well. His first drama debut was in “Dream High 2”, which required him to sing and dance. And he managed to pull it off remarkably!
If you don’t believe that Park Seo Joon can really sing, you may want to visit his discography. You will see that Park Seo Joon sang multiple OSTs for various dramas he starred in, including “Kill Me, Heal Me”, “She Was Pretty”, and “Hwarang”.
When is “The Marvels” Release Date?
Finally, are you excited to see what kind of performance Park Seo Joon will show in the upcoming Marvel movie?
Please hold your horses because the release date of Park Seo Joon marvel debut in “The Marvels” will approximately be on July 28, 2023. It will reportedly be a part of Phase Five of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.
So, what do you think about Park Seo Joon role as Prince Yan in “The Marvels”? Do you now believe that Park Seo Joon can really sing? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. Also, please stay with Kpoppost’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, & Telegram channel for more Park Seo Joon updates.
Meanwhile, here are Park Seo Joon’s beautiful voice and live performance of his drama OSTs.
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