Broadcaster Jang Seong-gyu has clarified the misunderstanding that he appeared in the Netflix drama 'Hell'.

Yesterday (22nd), Jang Seong-gyu uploaded a picture of Ryu Kyung-soo, an actor who played a passionate role in 'Hell' on his Instagram, and said, "I get a lot of calls saying that I saw hell well. This role is not me, it's actor Ryu Kyung-soo." Corrected the happenings caused by .

In the photo posted by Jang Seong-gyu, Ryu Kyung-soo looked so similar that he could be mistaken for Jang Seong-gyu.

In particular, Ryu Kyung-soo closed his eyes and bowed his head, making him look more like Jang Seong-gyu.

In addition, Jang Seong-gyu captured the reactions of netizens posted on an online community, and many viewers who saw 'Hell' actually mistook Ryu Kyung-soo for Jang Seong-gyu and said, "Did Jang Seong-gyu act so well? Good job" and "Rediscovery of Jang Sung-gyu" were praising Jang Seong-gyu.

Netizens also left comments with sympathy, such as "I thought that Sunggyu was seriously taking on an acting challenge just by looking at this picture", "Honestly, we really look alike," and "I wasn't the only one who thought so while watching Hell."

Netflix's original series 'Hell' is a drama based on a webtoon of the same name. When a supernatural phenomenon in which people are sentenced to hell by the messengers of hell that appeared without notice, occurred, the religious organization Saejinrihoe and the incident that took advantage of this chaos to resurrect. It is a story that takes place as people who try to uncover the truth become entangled.

In the drama, Ryu Kyung-soo takes on the role of Saejinri's action leader Yuji Priest, and Ryu Kyung-soo, Yoo Ah-in, Park Jeong-min, Kim Hyeon-joo, and Won Jin-ah appear.

(Photo=Netflix, Jang Seong-gyu's Instagram)

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(SBS Entertainment News editor Jina-yoon)