Korean Actor “Kim Seung-soo” Profile

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Kim Seung-soo, the Korean Actor

Despite having studied in a non-entertainment industry field, Kim Seung-soo’s passion to be an actor could not be stopped as he debuted as an actor officially in 1997 with his first appearance happening in 1995 in the film A Single Spark. His hard work has paid off as he has received awards, such as Best New Actor at the MBC Drama Awards in 2002 for his acting on dramas Fox and Cotton Candy and Remember, an Excellence Award in the category of Actor at the KBS Drama Awards in 2003 and 2017 and the MBC Drama Awards in 2006.  In this article, Channel-Korea will explain all about Kim Seung-soo, including his full profile and a list of his television dramas, movies, and tv shows. So, keep reading!

Full Profile of Kim Seung-soo

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Real Name: Kim Seung-soo

Date of Birth: Seoul, South Korea, 25 July 1971

Age: 48 (Korean age) / 47 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Leo

Chinese Astrology: Pig

Nationality: South Korean

Height: 181 cm

Weight: 72 kg

Blood Type: O

Education: Kyonggi University, with a major in Physical Education

Parent: Choi Eun-sook

Sibling: 1 (an older sister)

Talent Agency: Popeye Entertainment, Star-Art Entertainment

Official Website: http://kimseungsoo.com

List of Kim Seung-soo’s Dramas, Movies, and TV Shows

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As was explained at the beginning, Kim Seung-soo has aspired to be an actor ever since he graduated from university. Similar to most rookie actors, Kim Seung-soo started off in supporting roles for years before being cast as the main role on KBS2’s drama titled Mina. However, it was only in 2006 that Kim Seung-soo’s acting career finally took a hit as he became the main character on Jumong, gaining new fans not only in South Korea but also in other countries where viewers were avid fans of the show. Though his reputation is to be the most popular, no one can deny that Kim Seung-soo has a kind of charm that makes the viewers applaud his excellent work and skill. In this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of television series, films, and TV shows that Kim Seung-soo has starred in and appeared on.

1995 – A Single Spark

1999 – MBC Hur Jun

1999 – MBC Kaist (Supporting Role as Professor Oh Hyun-min)

2000 – MBC Bad Boys

2000 – SBS Rookie (Supporting Role as Cha Hyun-se)

2000 – My Heart (Supporting Role as Seok-yi)

2000 – General Hospital the Movie: A Thousand Days / Emergency Room (as Supporting Role)

2001 – KBS2 Cool (Supporting Role as Lee Seung-woo)

2001 – KBS2 Mina (Main Role as Jung Tae-hoon)

2001 – MBC Fox and Cotton Candy (Supporting Role as Kang Suk-yo)

2002 – MBC Remember (Main Role as Kim Hyun-woo)

2002 – SBS Golden Pond (Supporting Role as Yeong-ha)

2002 – KBS Drama City: Take Care My Love

2003 – KBS2 Wife (Supporting Role as Han Sang-ho)

2003 – KBS1 One Million Roses (Main Role as Oh Hyun-kyu)

2004 – KBS1 TV Novel: You are a Star (Main Role as Min Jung-woo)

2005 – KBS1 My Sweetheart My Darling (Main Role as Kim Ki-joon (Kim Family))

2006 – MBC Jumong / Prince of the Legend (Main Role as Prince Dae-so)

2007 – MBC Kimcheed Radish Cubes (Support Role as Jung Dong-jin)

2008 – SBS Why Did You Come to My House? / WANTED: Son-In-Law (Main Role as Lee Kang-jae)

2008 – OCN Don’t Ask Me About the Past (Main Role as Officer Park Yeong-duk)

2008 – SBS Glass Castle / City of Glass (Main Role as Park Suk-jin)

2009 – MBC Good Job, Good Job / Cheer Up On Love (Main Role as Yoo Ho-nam)

2010 – SBS I Am Legend (Main Role as Cha Ji-wook)

2010 – Gochibang

2011 – KBS Gwanggaeto, The Great Conqueror / King Gwanggaeto the Great (Main Role as Go Woon)

2011 – MBC Law of the Jungle (Guest Appearance on episode 117-125 and 302-305)

2012 – MBC Just Like Today (Supporting Role as Jang Hae-joon)

2012 – SBS Still You (Main Role as Na Han-joon)

2012-2013 – SBS Cheongdam-dong Alice (Supporting Role as Shin Min-hyuk)

2013 – tvN Who Are You? (Guest Role as Prosecutor Park Woong-joon on episode 3, 4, and 13)

2013 – MBC Give Love Away / A Little Love Never Hurts (Supporting Role as Kang Sung-hoon)

2014 – SBS Please Take Care of My Refrigerator (Guest Appearance on episode 142 and 143)

2014-2015 – tvN Family Secrets (Main Role as Go Tae-sung)

2015 – KBS2 The Merchant: Gaekju 2015 (Guest Role as Chun O-soo)

2016 – KBS2 Love in the Moonlight (Supporting Role as King Soon-jo, Prince Hyo-myeong’s father)

2017 – KBS2 First Love Again (Main Role as Cha Do-yoon)

2017 – MBC Living Together in Empty Room (Regular Member on episode 22-25 and 31-33)

2018 – KBS2 Are You Human Too? (as Guest Role)