Five Things My Girl-Crush & Man-Crush Have In Common
How are you guys doing? I hope you guys are doing good. I'm back from my break. I just got my first vaccine last Friday, the 4th of June 2021. So I decided to take a break from blogging, writing, and drawing.
For today's post, I'm going to share five things that my girl-crush and man-crush have in common with you guys. These five things are also the reasons why I admire them. Now let's not waste time. But first, let me introduce my girl-crush and man-crush to you guys.
MY GIRL-CRUSH -IU
IU is South Korea's singer, songwriter, and actress. She is now South Korea's no.1 IT girl. IU has been in the Hallyu entertainment industry for more than one decade. IU made her debut when she was only 15 years old. IU is adored by fans for her talent, beauty, hard work, angelic personality, and kindness.
IU has won several awards as a singer, songwriter, and actress. She is one of the most successful solo singers in K-pop entertainment. IU has been listed as one of Korea Power Celebrities by Forbes Magazine. Her dramas are Dream High, You're The Best Lee Soon Shin, Pretty Man, The Producers, Scarlet Heart Ryo, My Mister, Persona, and Hotel Del Luna. Early this year, IU made her movie debut in Shades of The Heart. Her other two upcoming movies are Dream (also starring Park Seo Joon), and Broker.
MY MAN-CRUSH - REMY HII
Remy Hii is a Malaysian-Australian actor. Hii is famous for his role as Brad Davis in Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Alistair Cheng in Crazy Rich Asians. Besides films, Hii has also acted in television dramas such as Better Man, Neighbours, Marco Polo, and Harrow. Hii's outstanding performance in Better Man has scored him a Logie Award in 2014 for Most Outstanding Newcomer. During the same year, Hii was also nominated for Best Lead Actor in a Television Drama for AACTA Awards. Hii begins his career as a theater actor. Before Hii became an actor, he was a member of an indie-rock band called RAPIDS.
Early this year, Hii made his comeback on Aftertaste (an Australian television drama series). In Aftertaste, he played a Chinese chef named Ben Zhao. Hii's acting in Aftertaste was as awesome as always. Besides Aftertaste, Hii was also cast in Hold Still, Vincent. Hold Still, Vincent is a podcast drama about Asian hate. The podcast was produced by Gemma Chan Production. Hold Still, Vincent is now available on Apple Podcast and Spotify.
Ok... so now you know about IU and Remy Hii, here are the five things that they have in common...
#1 BOTH OF THEM ARE MULTI-TALENTED & VERSATILE