South Korean actor Park Seo-joon is set to star in a new "Captain Marvel" movie that is set to release next year.

The IMDb page of "The Marvels" officially listed Park as one of its cast members Friday, alongside Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, Iman Vellani and Zawe Ashton.

Park is the third South Korean actor to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe, following the footsteps of Claudia Kim also known as Kim Soo-hyun, who appeared in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" in 2015, and Ma Dong-suk, who starred in this year's "Eternals."

In a June 15 report, Soompi reported Park would be leaving for the U.S. by the second half of this year, after wrapping up filming for his upcoming movie, "Concrete Utopia," to work on "The Marvels."

Park's role remains undisclosed at this point. Awesome ENT, his management agency, has refused to comment on the matter.

Fans and publications were quick to come up with theories about the role Park will play in the project. Movie review website Screenrant echoed some fans' predictions that the "Fight for My Way" star could play the Korean-American teenage hero Amadeus Cho, also known as Brawn, in the flick. In Marvel Comics, Brawn becomes "The Hulk" after acquiring powers.

However, Screenrant also said Park may be too old to portray the teen genius in the movie because he's already 32.

"Park is almost the same age as Claudia Kim, who played Amadeus' mother Helen Cho in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron,' so casting them as mother and son wouldn't make much sense," it explained.

Park has appeared in a string of successful Korean series, including "Hwarang: The Poet Warrior," "Kill Me, Heal Me," "She Was Pretty," "What's Wrong with Secretary Kim" and "Itaewon Class." He has also been featured in several films, including "The Divine Fury" and Bong Joon-ho's Oscar-winning film "Parasite," in which he had a small role.

In the movie "Concrete Utopia," Park plays a virtuous civil servant who helps survivors in the aftermath of a disastrous earthquake in Seoul, Korea.

"The Marvels," which is set to come out on Nov. 11, 2022, is a sequel to the 2019 film "Captain Marvel."  gettyimages-1259511041-1024x1024 Park Seo-joon, South Korean Actor Photo: Getty Images