Profile of Kwon Hyun-sang and Facts

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Kwon Hyun-sang, The Korean Actor

Coming from a family with a background in the film industry, it must be expected that Kwon Hyun-sang grew up hoping to make a career as an actor. Mostly starring in films and dramas in supporting roles, Kwon Hyun-sang’s acting skills deemed to be pretty decent, even though he has not won any awards for the near decade of his career. In this article, Channel-Korea will explain all about Kwon Hyun-sang, including his full profile and the list of his dramas, movies, and television shows. So, stay tuned!

Full Profile of Kwon Hyun-sang

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Real Name: Im Dong-jae

Stage Name: Kwon Hyun-sang

Date of Birth: Seoul, South Korea, 2 July 1981

Age: 38 (Korean age) / 37 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Cancer

Chinese Astrology: Rooster

Nationality: South Korean

Height: 183 cm

Education: Dankook University, with a major in Department of Theater and Film

Parents: Im Kwon-taek (film director) and Chae Ryung (retired veteran actress)

Sibling: 1 (a brother and actor Im Dong-jun)

Twitter: @uniq81

Talent Agency: T Entertainment

List of Kwon Hyun-sang’s Dramas, Movies, and TV Shows

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Starting his acting venture in 2008, Kwon Hyun-sang has starred in more than twenty acting projects. His famous works include Death Bell movie series, The Tower, teenage drama Master of Study, and fantasy drama Vampire Prosecutor. Not only is he in dramas and movies, Kwon Hyun-sang has also appeared as the model of music videos and is a theatre show star. In this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of dramas, films, and television shows that Kwon Hyun-sang has starred in.

2008 – Death Bell (Supporting Role as Cha Jae-wook)

2008 –  OnStyle Les Jolis Garcons (as Supporting Role)

2008 –  Theater show Love’s Labour’s Lost (South Korean adaptation)

2009 –   Music video of 2NE1’s I Don’t Care

2009 – MBC Soul  (Supporting Role as Jo Jae-il)

2010 – KBS2 Master of Study (Supporting Role as Kwak Jong-min)

2010 – Death Bell 2: Bloody Camp (Supporting Role as JK)

2011  – A City in Blossom (Supporting Role as Park Hyun-sang)

2011 – Hanji / Scooping Up the Moonlight (Supporting Role as Yong-ki)

2011 – The Suicide Forecast (Guest Role as Man in motel)

2011 – KBS2 The Princess’ Man (Supporting Role as Prince Do-won)

2012 – MBC The King 2 Hearts  (Supporting Role as Yum Dong-ha)

2012 – Music video of C-Clown’S Far Away… Young Love

2012 – OCN Vampire Prosecutor (Season 2) (Supporting Role as L)

2012 – Almost Che (Supporting Role as Nam-jung)

2012 – Don’t Cry Mommy (Supporting Role as Park Joon)

2012 – The Tower (Supporting Role as Kang Young-hoon)

2013 – Fists of Legend (as Supporting Role)

2013 – Let Me Out (Main Role as Moo-young)

2013 –  SBS King of Ambition (Supporting Role as Yang Taek-bae)

2013 – KBS2 The Fugitive of Joseon / Heaven’s Order (Supporting Role as Im Kkuk-jung)

2015 –  KBS2 Blood (Supporting Role as Nam Chul-hoon)

2015 –  OCN Cheo Yong (Season 2) (Guest Role as Ko Kyung-bin on episode 3)

2015  – Bitch Heart Asshole (Supporting Role as Jung-nam)

2015 – Tattooist (Supporting Role as Detective Oh Chun-ki)

2016 –  JTBC My Horrible Boss / Ms. Temper and Nam Jung Gi (Supporting Role as Park Hyun-woo)

2016 –  MBC Always Springtime (Main Role as Joo Yoon-ho)

2018  – OCN Absolute Boyfriend (as Supporting Role)

Kwon Hyun-sang in Blood Drama

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Back in 2015, Kwon Hyun-sang appeared with the actor and actress couple Ahn Jae-hyun and Goo Hye-sun on KBS2’s Blood. The genre of the drama is known as a mash-up of a medical and fantasy drama, which is also familiar to Kwon Hyun-sang, who previously starred in Vampire Prosecutor, a drama which mixed the genre of law and fantasy. In Blood, Kwon Hyun-sang acted as Nam Chul-hoon.