The well-loved child actor in “When the Camellia Blooms” has already become a 14-year-old “handsome boy” in his first year of middle school. He is none other than Kim Kang-hoon.
Kim Kang-hoon played Pil-gu, the son of Dong-baek (Gong Hyo-jin), in KBS2’s drama “When the Camellia Blooms” and established himself as a rising child actor.
Since then, he has continued to star in various works, such as SBS’s “Racket Boys”, TVing’s “Dr. Park’s Clinic”, etc.
Kim Kang-hoon, who has become a familiar face to the viewers with his performance in many films and dramas throughout his growth, recently amazed everyone with his grown-up image.
On September 9th, Kim Kang-hoon posted a photo on his Instagram along with the caption, “Have a nice holiday”.
In the released photo, Kim Kang-hoon was smiling slightly while looking straight at the camera. His young and cute image in “When the Camellia Blooms” is nowhere to be seen. He impressed everyone with his mature and manly appearance.
Earlier, Kim Kang-hoon revealed that he was already 170cm tall. His sudden growth with wide shoulders and warm visual made fans smile proudly.
In response to Kim Kang-hoon’s recent status, netizens poured out compliments, such “He has grown up a lot. Gong Hyo-jin may not be able to recognize you now”, “He’s getting more and more handsome”, etc.