Park Gwang-hyun’s Profile
Park Gwang-hyun is a singer and actor in South Korea. He was born on October 11th, 1977, in Seoul. He is an alumnus of Kwang-dong University majoring in civil engineering (B.S./M.S.) and an alumnus of Hannam University in physical education. His height is 177 cm and his blood type is AB. He is under the label FNC Entertainment.
He became popular when the drama Cheongdamdong Alice aired on TV in 2012-2013. He was a participant and a winner of the 1997 SBS Top Talent Competition. He then appeared in some dramas, notably The Bean Chaff of My Life (2003), Sweet Buns (2004), Pink Lipstick (2010), Glowing She (2012), and Ruby Ring (2013). In 2012, he made his musical theater debut with Catch Me If You Can followed by The Scarlet Pimpernel and Summer Snow in 2013.
Besides being an actor, he is also a singer. He has a very sweet and strong voice. His first song is The Day and was released on November 13, 2003. Then, he contributed four songs to The Bean Chaff of My Life OST (original soundtrack) that released on April 29, 2003. He also released the album 비소 (Arsenic) on October 30th, 2012.
Park Gwang-hyun’s Wedding
Park Gwang-hyun finally tied the knot with a non-celebrity woman on December 7, 2014, and they have a daughter named Ha-on. He met his wife through mutual acquaintances two years before their marriage, and they developed into a romantic couple 6 months before their marriage.
When Park Gwang-hyun announced his marriage, he said, “I fell in love with her great personality and caring nature. I was also attracted by our shared interests and her love for sports.” The singer Kin Won-joon and Lee Se-joon sang the nuptial song while actor Lee Soon-jae and Ahn Ji-hwan officiated his wedding.
Park Gwang-hyun’s Roles in Movies and Dramas
Park Gwang-hyun has been active in the acting world since 1997 until now and has played roles in many dramas and some movies. You do not need to doubt his acting skill because he won Best New Actor for the drama School 3 at KBS Drama Awards 2000 and was nominated for the Excellence Award, Actor in a Daily Drama for the drama Ruby Ring at KBS Drama Awards 2013.
If you’re curious about how he acts on screen, you can watch some or all of his dramas and movies listed below. Let’s check them out!
- Gochibang (2010)
- Dig or Die (2002)
- Love to the End | Kkeukkkaji Sarang (KBS2 / 2018) as Han Doo-Young
- Unni Is Alive | Unnineun Salaidda (SBS / 2017) as Choo Tae-Soo
- The Dearest Lady | Choigoui Yeonin (MBC / 2015-2016) as Jung Woo-Hyeok
- Shining Romance | Bitnaneun Romaenseu (MBC / 2013-2014) as Han Sang-Wook
- Ruby Ring | Roobibanji (KBS2 / 2013-2014) as Na In-Soo
- Cheongdamdong Alice | Cheongdamdong Aeliseu (SBS / 2012-2013) as Heo Dong-Wook
- My Shining Girl | Jachebalgwang geunyeo (KBS Drama / 2012) as No Yong-Woo
- Pink Lipstick | Bonhong Ripseutik (MBC / 2010)
- Swallow the Sun | Taeyangeul Samkyeora (SBS / 2009) as Hyeon Ki-sang (young)
- Can Anyone Love | Sarangeun Amuna Hana (SBS / 2009) as Lee Sun-Shin
- Chosun Police Season 2 | Byul Soon Keom Season 2 (MBC / 2008) as Sun Woo-Hyun
- Sweet Buns | Danpat bbang (MBC / 2004-2005) as Ahn Nam-Joon
- The Bean Chaff of My Life | Nae Insaengui Kongkkakji (MBC / 2003)
- Bad Girls (SBS / 2002)
- Sunlight | Keu Haetsalyi Nayege (MBC / 2002) as Lee Han-Soo
- School 3 | Hakgyo 3 (KBS2 / 2000)