Once again we have proof that if anyone wants to obtain immortality, you must first be able to rock a powder pink suit constructed from the reproductive organs of every Carebear that ever stepped foot on this planet. When it comes to extraordinary looks and impeccable taste, Yoshihiro Akiyama resides in a parallel universe that he shares with extraterrestrials that have Dolce&Gabbana, Prada and Gucci running in their DNA. According to Yahoo Korea, fans of the show Athena: Goddess of War were so frustrated at the thought of not seeing Sexyama after he died in this incredible action scene that he’s now back on the show as some type of hybrid cybernetic killer hell-bent on revenge. MiddleEasy reader akajewelz translated the Yahoo Korea article regarding Sexyama’s television resurrection.
Massive Viewers Requests resurrect the MMA Star, Sung hoon Chu (Yoshihiro Akiyama) into the realm of Athena.
Akiyama made second cameo on the TV show, Athena: The Goddess of War on 7th of this Month. Akiyama resumed his role as “Mr. Black” from the first episode’s appearance. Originally written to meet his fate in the first episode, the viewers praised his presence in the show and requested him to be brought back alive. The massive requests and posts on Korean internet sites were granted as he reappeared on the Athena’s episode 16.
After the episode aired, many fans praised Akiyama’s appearance as “Steven Seagal meets Jet Li” and “Terminator” as he don Black leather clothing compare to luxurious image (-_-;) on the first episode.
Episode 16 set a record high for the viewers 15.4% (AGB Neilsen Media Research) during his 5 minute screen time. Akiyama’s appearance boosted the ratings of the show’s average 13.6%.
Athena’s producers expressed their interest in Akiyama’s future in action films.
We couldn’t find any video of the return of Sexyama to Athena: Goddess of War, but we do have a few still shots of him completely owning another human being with a massive gun and eventually making a phone call just before he dies. Amazing sequence of events. [Source]