Park Seo Joon on being the regional Skechers brand ambassador
Say “Annyeonghaseyo” to Park Seo Joon (박서준), the new regional brand ambassador for Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand and Vietnam. Fans can expect to see the famous South Korean actor in key campaigns starting with the Skechers D’Lites 4.0 collection.
Park Seo Joon made her debut in the South Korean entertainment industry in 2011 and is well known to international Korean drama fans for her roles in several television romantic comedies, including “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim” and “Itaewon Class” . He will also appear in the highly anticipated upcoming Marvel Studios film, “The Marvels”.
With the nomination in high regard, Park Seo Joon said, “I feel very honored and happy to be the new Skechers regional brand ambassador. Shoes are important to people like me, who are always on the move. I highly recommend Skechers, which is not only stylish, but also super comfortable to wear! I can’t wait to share my favorite Skechers looks with everyone and hope you like them too!
In addition to being a complete ‘Hoon-Nam’ (or a charming and caring person) with a strong work ethic, Park Seo Joon’s clean, down-to-earth and versatile personal style aligns with the long tradition. from Skechers. brand equity to deliver ultimate comfort with style. From athletic shoes that fit perfectly into her schedule and always-on-the-go fitness routine to casual sandals for hassle-free days and special collaboration collections that add extra charm to her personality, Skechers brings out the shoes. many facets of Park Seo Joon and helps her explore the different activities that life brings, in comfort and style.
The video campaign, featuring Park Seo Joon as the new Skechers regional brand ambassador, is titled
“Find your new comfort zone with Skechers”. It shows that Park Seo Joon is breaking out of monotony in an effort to inspire consumers to embrace the fluidity of life and to venture into new possibilities as they arise, all while dressing up. with style and comfort.