I think getting cast in tons of high profile stuff does indeed mean one has to weather any criticism that may come your way, and it’s pile on time for 20-something actors Song Kang and Jang Ki Yong. Both are currently in airing K-dramas Nevertheless and My Roommate is a Gumiho, and K-netizens overwhelming think both are sucking big time. They also have upcoming high profile dramas, Song Kang in Office Romance Cruelty and Jang Ki Yong in Now, We Are Breaking Up, so of course the scrutiny heightens even more. Other than being tall and super good looking, which they are, K-netizens don’t understand why they keep getting cast instead of these also fellow 20-something guys who K-netizens love: (1) Lee Do Hyun (whole package), (2) Kwak Dong Yeon (whole package), and (3) Seo Kang Joon (whole package). The 30-something actors also seem to be short changed such as Im Shi Wan (if only he were 2 inches taller), Ryu Jun Yeol (maybe he’s the picky one), and (3) Kim Sun Ho (got popular too late). Another point to note of how weak the current 20-something actor line is compared to their predecessors, the following top actors all had major hits and acting acclaim in their 20’s: Kim Soo Hyun was 26 in You From Another Star, Yoo Ah In was 26 and Song Joong Ki 27 in Sungkyunkwan Scandal, Jo In Sung did What Happened in Bali at 25, Gong Yoo was 29 in Coffee Prince, and Hyun Bin was a baby-faced 25 in My Name in Kim Sam Soon. And a side note is that Park Bo Gum who is 28 is not part of the general 20-something actor line as he’s already hit A-list status and he was 22 when he did Answer Me 1988 and 23 when he did Moonlight Drawn by Clouds.