Kim Young-dae is selected as Samsonite Red Models

[Reporter Jeong-eun Sung on Daily Economy Star Today]

Actor Kim Young-dae was selected as a model in Samsonite Red in 2021.

Samsonite Red is a brand launched in 2010 by Samsonite, a global company that develops Samsonite, American Tourlist, and Hartman, targeting the 20s and 30s. It is loved by college students and beginners in society for its modern and practical design.

In particular, actors Kim Soo-hyun, Lee Min-ho, Kim Woo-bin, and Lee Jong-seok are called as stars after passing through the Samsonite Red advertising model. Kim Young-dae’s selection as a model was also noted as a’popular rookie’ in the advertising market. He is attracting attention from the advertising industry for his 185sm tall height and sculptural appearance while having an atmosphere. An official in the advertising industry said, “Kim Young-dae has a sensuous and sophisticated image.”

Kim Young-dae’s agency, Outer Korea, said, “Advertising love calls are continuing with the recruitment of works.”

Kim Young-dae started her entertainment career when she met the current agency’s representative while attending Fudan University, one of the top three universities in China.

Kim Young-dae, who debuted in 2017, recently heated up the weekday night with SBS ‘Penthouse’ and KBS2’s Wednesday and Thursday drama ‘Cheat on Me, If you can’.

At the ‘2020 KBS Drama Awards’ awards ceremony at the end of last year, I was thrilled to receive the Popularity Award through the vote of the fans. In addition, as a result of analyzing the brand big data of 50 actors appearing in the drama aired from December 2, 2020 to January 2, 2021 by the Korea Corporate Reputation Research Institute, it was ranked 10th in the drama actor brand reputation index in January.

Kim Young-dae is filming Season 2 of the SBS Monday-Tuesday drama ‘Penthouse’. Special appearance in JTBC’s new drama ‘Undercover’.

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Photo courtesy of Outer Korea
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