Korean actor So Ji-sub will be releasing a photo essay about his travels during the summer of 2010, according to his agency 51K Entertainment on Tuesday.
51K announced that the book titled "The Journey of So Ji-sub" will feature photographs and stories from his summer trip to the demilitarized zone (DMZ) and various regions in the Gangwon Province, the eastern region of Korea.
The stories will be of So's past, present and future based on his experiences as an individual rather than an actor under the categories such as 'Rest and Travels', 'Freedom', 'Dreams', 'Pain and Remedies', 'Youth and Passion', 'Memories and Deep Thoughts', 'Ours and Mine' and 'Peace and Love'.
The book will also include his encounters with various people such as rapper Tiger JK, novelist Lee Oi-soo, cartoonist Park Jae-dong, artists dusicnddilddil and Korea's youngest bird researcher Jung Da-mi.
"The Journey of So Ji-sub" will be released on August 31, while preorders which began yesterday, will be received till August 30 through online bookstore Kyobo Books, Yes24, Interpark and Aladin.
So, 33, is one of the most popular actors in Korea who has appeared in numerous TV dramas and movies since his debut in 1995. He became a household name in Asia with his roles in the 2004 hit TV series "Something Happened in Bali" and "Sorry, I Love You".
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