List Of Top 10 Asian Male Models 2020, Male models are not usually as popular as their female counterparts, but their faces are still known worldwide–whether it’s on a magazine cover or in new fragrance ads.
Over the years, major brands including Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren have launched countless careers, bringing into the spotlight the likes of Tyson Beckford and Lucky Blue Smith.
The Asian man has a peculiar feature as he possesses well-sculpted bodies, with natural body color and a very deep, blackface that are rarely seen in non-Asian people around the world. Even some Hollywood stars love these well-respected, famous Asian men.
Today we will discuss the top 10 Asia male models 2019 so let’s get started.
10). SATOSHI TODA
The model from Japan is Satoshi Toda. Satoshi served at a college sushi restaurant in which a modeling business card was provided. He signed up for New York Models shortly after turning 21.
There are a few editorials in the portfolio of the Japanese model. He thanks Vogue China, Lens, the GQ China, The Official Men Germany, and others for their pages.
Satoshi has Tommy Hilfiger, Prada and Christopher Shannon among his customers. The catwalk is no outsider. For Satoshi, labels like Gap and Theory are sought after from a campaign point of view.
9). JAE YOO
The South Korea-based pattern of Jae Yoo (Hyukjae), born in Busan on March 22, 1989.
In 2010 he signed an agreement with Soul Artist Management and performed in NYC in September of the same year at a Tommy Hilfiger Fashion show.
In the Japanese Vogue issue the same year he starred in an illustration by Mariano Vivanco. In Milan and Paris between February and July 2011, he attended various fashion houses, among them Calvin Klein, G-Star, Dolce & Gabbana, Bottega Veneta, Givenchy, and John Galliano.
That same year he was a spokesman for American Eagle and this time he featured in Vogue again in a portrait by Steven Klein. In September 2011 he appeared in the concerts of Michael Bastian and J.Crew.
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8). PAOLO ROLDAN
The Filipino designer is Paolo Roldan. He debuted as an exclusive Givenchy in the autumn-winter 2010 season.
The advertisement Mert&Marcus took photographs and published the Vogue China, Information, Numéro Homme China and several other magazines. Paolo emerged that year.
Paolo has also been collaborating for labels such as Todd Snyder and Phillip Lim 3.1.
7). DAVID CHIANG
David Chiang was born on December 22nd, 1988 in Taiwan but grew up eleven years in Vancouver, Canada after staying in Taiwan. By age seventeen, he was discovered, but he decided to go to school until he was 21 years old in 2009.
The encouragement he got from those around him was part of his decision to stay in class.
His mother told him that the life of a model is difficult and that he should be careful if he decides to take that path. Finally, after his education, David went on a model journey and, since his debut at the fall Alexander McQueen Show in Millan in 2010, he has had tremendous success so far.
6). PHILIP HUANG
In a sector in which the Asian model seems like the great Asian lady, the 28-year-old Chinese American Philip Huang tries to redesign the equation by a strong Asian male model worldwide.
Huang has partly started modeling with a mission to differentiate the industry, some of it out of sheer survival, through career highlights including Valentino, Gucci, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Dolce and Gabbana, John Galiano, Emporio Armani, Etro, Versace, Philip Lim, Nautica, Lacoste, Louise Vuitton and many other advertising campaigns including catalogs of Macy, Barney’s, Bloomingdale and the Gap.
Born and raised in Akron, Brooklyn, Modeling was an alternative part-time job that offered college school students a more creative source of income than standard waiter or busboy.
Huang came to an open-ended casting for Model Suche, an event held in Washington DC with more interest.
5). DAE NA
Dae Na is a South Korean male model. He was noticed by Hudson Taylor, a style photographer. In 2012, he began his modeling profession and was signed by the modeling agency NYC Wilson Model Management.
In campaigns for several labels, Dae appeared to make a splash in the industry. His clients are from Armani Exchange in Benetton and United Colors to Tom Ford.
The Korean model, too, is no stranger to editorials. The portfolio includes printing work for Esquire, Taiwan QG, Man of the World and Official Men from Germany. In the mini-series TV, The Romance Artist (2015), he made his acting debut in the role of Devi Lee.
4). DAISUKE UEDA
Daisuke Ueda is a Japanese model that was used in the Dolce & Gabbana and Dior Homme ads as well as in magazines like L’Oficiel Hommes Korea and STYLE: People.
The star has worked in various retailers including Massimo Dutti, H&M, and Uniqlo.
Daisuke Ueda was the first male model to be photographed by Steven Klein with Nicola Formichetti’s creative guidance in Asia on the cover of Vogue Hommes Japan. In two campaigns for Dolce & Gabbana, he was also the spokesperson of the Gap clothing company.
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3). HAO YUN XIANG
In the autumn edition of GQ Style China, 2011 Hao Yun Xiang featured in the editorial New insights. In 2012 he appeared in a March issue editorial by Simon Procter, called Stiletto.
He was featured in a Spring issue called Boys Town by Vogue Hommes Japan. He featured in a spring editorial entitled Night Walkers, the Fashion Homme. He was published in the Autumn issue of GQ Style Germany, Italo Eastern. He appeared in a spring edition of the GQ Style China issue, named Sailor, in 2013.
In 2014 he appeared in an editorial for the May issue of Men’s Uno China that was called Elegant. He appeared in an editorial for the September issue of GQ China which was called September Style. In 2015 he appeared in an editorial for the March issue of GQ China that was called The Men.
In 2016 he appeared in an editorial for the January issue of Harrods that was called Freeze Frame.
2). KEN WATANABE
A Japanese actor, Ken Watanabe. He is known to English speakers for portraying dramatic heroic roles like General Tadamichi Kuribayashi in Iwo Jima letters and Lord Katsumoto Moritsugu in The Last Holy Swordsman of whom he was named as the strongest sponsor of the Academy Award.
At the age of 24, he began his acting career and continued to make a success in the film industry. He is still 55 years old today and still looks very good like many others who are half his age.
He has made many good films such as “Inception,” “Batman Begins,”. In April 2015, in the re-enactment of the King and I at Lincoln Center Theater in the title role, he made his Broadway debut.
In 2015, Watanabe was nominated for the first time for Best Performance for his performance as King by a leading actor at the 69th Tony Awards.
In this division, he is the first Japanese player to be nominated. In the London Palladium in June 2018, Watanabe took back his role.
1). STEVEN YEUN
Steven Yeun’s an actor in Korea. His work in AMC’s The Walking Dead horror show, from 2010 to 2016, and his role in South Korean mystery film Burning is renowned for playing Glenn Rhee.
Among other honors, he won the National Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor. He’s originally from South Korea, but with his family, after he was born, he had emigrated to Canada.
For his good looks, he is adored by the public. His television series “The Walking Dead” made him pretty famous. He was also in the show “The Big Bang Theory”. In 2005, Yeun moves to Chicago to live with his brother on Lincoln Square.
Shortly after he graduates, he joins Stir Friday Night in an Asian-American-style sketch comedy group. Danny Pudi from the Community is also an alumnus of the group.
Until returning to Los Angeles in October 2009 he entered The Second City in Chicago. In 2020, Yeun started out with the A24 immigrant drama Minari of Lee Isaac Chung, which also stars Will Patton and Scott Haze.
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This year is not much new about these Asian models.
They have dominated acting or modeling all over the world every year they look are so attractive and acting is so perfect that they have done so many films, tv shows, ads and earn a lot of worth in their careers.
This list of top 10 Asian models includes these models which deserve a place on this without any doubt.