Profile of Ahn Sung-ki: Korean Actor Who Is Rain’s Godfather

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Ahn Sung Ki, the Korean Actor

Having started his career at the very young age of five years old, Ahn Sung-ki is considered a productive actor in the Korean film industry. Not only consistently productive, Ahn Sung-ki has received many awards for his acting, such as the Best Actor award at the 26th Critics Choice Awards in 2006, Best Actor award at the 48th BaekSang Arts Award in 2012, Best Actor award at the 2012 Korean Association of Film Critics Awards, and Special Appreciation Plaque at the 35th Association of Film Critics Awards. In this article, Channel-Korea will share all the info about actor Ahn Sung-ki, starting from his profile,  his filmography, his wife and family, and his relationship with world-star Korean singer Rain. So, keep reading!

Ahn Sung Ki’s Full Profile 2018

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Real Name: Ahn Sung-ki

Date of Birth: Daegu, 1 January 1952

Age: 67 (Korean age) / 66 (International age)

Nationality: South Korean

Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

Chinese Astrology: Dragon

Religion: Roman Catholic

Height: 175 cm

Blood Type: B

Siblings: 1 (Ahn In-gi)

Education: Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, majoring in Vietnamese studies

List of Ahn Sung Ki’s Movies

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As was explained at the beginning of the article, Ahn Sung-ki’s reputation as an actor is notable in the Korean film industry as he has starred in more than a hundred films during his career, starting from when he was a child actor. In this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of Ahn Sung-ki’s filmography in various genres.

1957 – The Twilight Train

1958 – A Mother’s Love

1958 – The First Snow

1958 – The Tears

1959 – Defiance of a Teenager

1960 – The Housemaid (as Son of the composer)

1961 – Rest at Ease, Mother

1962 – Mojacho

1964 – The Apron

1967 – The White Crow

1977 – The Soldier and the Young Ladies

1979 – Night Market

1979 – The Third Mission

1980 – College Love

1980 – A Windy, But Pleasant Day (as Tok-bae)

1981 – People of Dark Streets

1981 – A Buddhist Ascetic Mandara (as Bo-boong)

1981 – A Ball Shot by a Midget

1982 – People of the Slum (as Chu-suk)

1982 – The Polluted One (as Mr. Sung)

1983 – Village in the Mist (as Kae-chul)

1983 – Lie Down Like Grass (as Walter)

1983 – The Iron Man (as Dong-ryul)

1983 – Flower on the Equator (as Mr. M)

1984 – Whale Hunter (as Min-woo)

1984 – The Year Winter Was Warm (as Il-hwan)

1984 – Between the Knees (as Cho-bin)

1985 – The Deep Blue Night (as Baek Ho-bin)

1985 – A Deep, Deep Place

1985 – Er woo-dong (as Kalme)

1985 – Whale Hunter 2

1986 – Winter Wanderer

1986 – Lee Chang-ho’s Baseball Team (as Manager Sung Byung-ho)

1986 – Eunuch

1986 –Hwang Jin-yi (as The Shoemaker)

1987 – Moonlight Hunter

1987 – Our Sweet Days of Youth (as Kim Young-min)

1987 – Hello, God! (as Kim Byung-tae)

1988 – The Age of Success (as Kim Bang-chul)

1988 – Chilsu and Mansu (as Park Man-soo)

1988 – Lee Chang-ho’s Baseball team 2 (as Manager Sung Byung-ho)

1989 – Gagman (as Lee Jung-se)

1990 – The South Korean Army (as Lee Tae)

1990 – The Dream (as Cho-sing)

1991 – Who Saw the Dragon’s Claws? (as Choi Jung-soo)

1991 – Berlin Report (as Sung-min)

1991 – Teenage Love Song (as Je-chul)

1992 – White Badge (as Han Ki-ju)

1992 – Stairway of Heaven (as Kim Yun-gyun)

1992 – The Blue in You (Lee Ho-suk)

1993 – Two Cops (as Cho Gyun-su)

1993 – To the Starry Island (as Kim Chul)

1994 – Taebak Mountains (as Kim Bom-woo)

1995 – The Eternal Empire (as The King)

1995 – Bitter and Sweet (as Mr. Ahn)

1995 – Mom, the Star, and the Sea Anemone (as Captain Choi)

1995 – Declaration of Genius (as Ahn Sang-ki)

1995 – Maljimal

1995 – The Hair Dresser (as Henri Park)

1996 – Sleeping Man (as Takuji)

1996 – Festival (as Lee Jeung-sup)

1996 – The Adventure of Mrs Park (as Mr. X, detective)

1998 – Taekwondo (as Mr. Kim)

1998 – Bedroom and Courtroom (as Myun Sung-ki)

1998 – The Soul Guardian (as Father Park Yun-gyu)

1998 – Spring in My Hometown (as Sung-min’s father)

1998 – Art Museum by the Zoo (as Seo In-gwon/Choi In-gwon)

1999 – Nowhere to Hide (as Chang Sung-min)

2000 – Black Hole (as ‘I’)

2000 – The Truth Game (Cho Jae-hyung)

2000 – Kilimanjaro (as Bong-ge)

2001 – Musa the Warrior (as Chin Lik-bu)

2001 – The Last Witness (as Hwan Seok)

2002 – My Beautiful Girl, Mari (as Kyeong-min (voice)

2002 – Painted Fire (as Kim Byung-moon)

2002 – The Romantic President (as President Han Min-wook)

2003 – Silmido (as Kim Je-hyun)

2004 – Arahan (as Cha-woon)

2005 – Duelist

2006 – The Bad Utterances (as Narrator)

2006 – Hanbando (as President)

2006 – Radio Star (as Park Min-soo)

2006 – Battle of Wits (as Xiang Yan-zhong)

2007 – May 18 (as Park Hoon-soo)

2008 – My New Partner (as Kang Min-ho)

2008 – The Divine Weapon (as King Sejong)

2010 – The Fair Love (as Hyung-man)

2011 – Song of Dreams

2011 – Fool (as Narrator)

2011 – Sector 7 (as Jeong-man)

2012 – Unbowed (as Kim Kyung-ho)

2012 – Pacemaker (as Coach Park Seong-il)

2012 – Superstar (as Himself (cameo))

2012 – Ari Ari the Korean Cinema (as Himself)

2012 – The Tower (as Yeouido Fire Station chief)

2013 – Jury (as Sung-ki)

2013 – Rough Play (as Jeonju International Film Festival VIP (cameo))

2013 – Top Star (as Kim Kyung-min)

2013 – The Last Knights (as Nam Jung-in)

2014 – The Divine Move (as Joo-nim)

2014 – Tabloid Truth (as Mr. Oh)

2014 – Revivre (as Auguste)

2015 – Love and… (as Grandfather)

2016 – The Hunt (as Moon Ki-sung)

2016 – Trot (as Oh Pil-doo)

2016 – Human, Space, Time and Human (as Old Man Shin)