Are You Curious About “Method” Actor Park Sung-woong? Get Full Information From His Profile to His Drama List!

Park Sung-woong, The Korean Actor

Starting his career in the late 90s, Park Sung-woong started with small roles, slowly gaining experience as a new actor at that time. His hard work paid off almost 20 years later when he received his first award in the field of acting for his role in SBS’s drama Remember. Previously, Park Sung-woong had been nominated several times for Best Supporting Actor in various award events, such as Baeksang Arts, Buil Film, Grand Bell, and Blue Dragon Film. Despite not having won in those prestigious events, Park Sung-woong’s name has become more recognized these days, due to his appearances in movies, either in guest roles or main roles.

In this article, Channel-Korea will tell you all about Park Sung-woong, which includes his full profile, the list of his television dramas and movies, and the information about his wife. So, keep reading!

Park Sung-woong’s Full Profile

Real Name: Park Sung Woong

Date of Birth: Changju, North Chungcheong Province, South Korea, 9 January 1973

Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

Chinese Astrology: Dog

Nationality: South Korean

Education: Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, with a major in Law

Talent Agency: C-JeS Entertainment

Park Sung-woong’s Age, Height, and Weight

As has been explained in his personal profile above, Park Sung-woong was born in 1973. According to the Korean Age System, this year he’s 46 years old, while according to the International Age System, he’s only 45 years old.

Besides Park Sung-woong, there are other Korean actor and actresses who were born in the same year, including Jung Woo-sung, Kim Yun-jin, Lee Jung-jae, Shin Eun-kyung, Kim Seung-soo, Jeon Do-yeon, Han Jae-suk, Chu Sang-mi, and Lee Seung-jun.

Park Sung-woong is considered tall, but stout, as his height is 187 cm, whereas his weight is 79 kg.

List of Park Sung-woong’s Movies and TV Shows

As has been explained at a glance previously, Park Sung-woong is known for his acting in serious and antagonistic roles ranging from a manly warrior to a secret agent from North Korea. Even so, the experienced actor is able to be a dorky entertainer as well, as he proved in his appearance on Knowing Brothers in 2017, which brought so much laughter all thanks to his ad-libs. In this section, Channel-Korea has compiled the list of all the television series, films, and variety shows that Park Sung-woong has been in.

1997 – No. 3 (as Supporting Role)

1998 – Story of Man (as Supporting Role)

1998 – If the Sun Rises in the West (as Supporting Role)

1998 – City of the Rising Sun (as Supporting Role)

2000 – The Foul King (Supporting Role as Vision wrestler)

2002 – KT

2002 – Resurrection of the Little Match Girl (as Supporting Role)

2002 – KBS2 Sunshine Hunting (Supporting Role as Moon Doo-shik)

2003 – A Man Who Went to Mars (Supporting Role as Kyung-soo)

2005 – This Charming Girl (Supporting Role as Jeong-hae’s ex-husband)

2005 – Mr. Socrates (Supporting Role as Han-doo)

2005 – Shadowless Sword (Supporting Role as Mabul)

2006 – Sunflower (Supporting Role as Choi Min-seok)

2007 – KBS2 A Happy Woman (Supporting Role as Choi Joon-shik)

2007 – KBS2 Several Questions That Make Us Happy (as Supporting Role)

2007 – MBC The Legend / The Story of the First King’s Four Gods (Supporting Role as Jumuchi)

2008 – MBC East of Eden (Supporting Role as Baek Sung-hyun)

2008 – Open City (Guest Role as Detective Hong Chang-hwa)

2009 – The Weird Missing Case of Mr. J (Guest Role as Karaoke bar waiter)

2009 – White Night (Supporting Role as Cha Seung-jo)

2009 – Girlfriends (Guest Role Jin’s husband)

2009 – SBS Cain and Abel (Supporting Role as Oh Kang-chul)

2009 – MBC Tae-hee, Hye-kyo, Ji-hyun (Supporting Role as Sung-woong)

2010 – KBS2 King of Baking, Kim Takgu (Supporting Role as Jo Jin-goo)

2010 – MBC All My Love (Guest Role as Dong Dong boss)

2010 – SBS Athena: Goddess of War (Guest Role as North Korean agent Jin-young)

2010 – A Friend in Need (Guest Role as Kang Jung-hoon)

2010 – SBS Running Man (as Guest Cast on episode 132)

2011 – Hit (Supporting Role as Chul-soo)

2011 – E Channel Big Heat (Main Role as Hwang Ja-soo)

2011 – MBC Gyebaek (Supporting Role as Kim Yushin)

2011 – tvN Birdie Buddy (Supporting Role as Choi Dong-kwan)

2011 – MBC The Peak (Supporting Role as Kang Moon-seok)

2011 – KBS2 Glory Jane (Supporting Role as Seo In-chul)

2012 – KBS2 Bridal Mask (Supporting Role as Dong-jin)

2012 – KBS2 Drama Special: Butcher Barber (Main Role as Woo-jin)

2013 – New World (Supporting Role as Lee Joong-gu)

2013 – The Gifted Hands (Supporting Role as Chul-hyun)

2013 – Horror Stories 2 (Main Role as Manager Park on the Segment: “444”)

2013 – Commitment (Guest Role Lee Young-ho)

2013 – tvN She Is Wow! (Main Role as Gong Jung-han)

2013 – KBS2 Drama Special: The Strange Cohabitation (Main Role as Lee Soo-hyun)

2014 – Man in Love (Guest Role as Barbershop customer)

2014 – Tabloid Truth (Supporting Role as Cha Seong-joo)

2014 – The Fatal Encounter (Supporting Role as Hong Guk-yeong)

2014 – Man on High Heels (Supporting Role as Prosecutor Hong)

2014 – For the Emperor (Main Role as Jeong Sang-ha)

2015 – The Deal (Main Role as Gang-chun)

2015 – The Shameless (Main Role as Park Joon-gil)

2015 – Office (Main Role as Choi Jong-hoon)

2015 – tvN Hidden Identity (Main Role as Jang Moo-won)

2015 – SBS Remember (Main Role as Park Dong-ho)

2016 – OCN Squad 38 (Guest Role as Cannon carrier boss)

2016 – tvN Life Bar (as Guest Cast on episodes 2 and 18)

2016 – A Violent Prosecutor (Supporting Role as Yang Min-woo)

2016 – Love, Lies (Main Role as Police Chief)

2016 – Operation Chromite (Guest Role as Park Nam-chul)

2017 – The Tooth and the Nail (Supporting Role as Prosecutor Song Tae-seok)

2017 – V.I.P. (Guest Role as NIS Executive)

2017 – jTBC Knowing Brothers  / Ask Us Anything (as Guest Cast)

2017 – Method (Main Role Jae-ha)

2017 – The Swindlers (Supporting Role Kwak Seung-gun)

2017 – jTBC Man to Man (Main Role as Yeo Woon-gwang)

2018 – jTBC Welcome to Waikiki (Guest Role as Park Sung-woong on episode 1)

2018 – OCN Life on Mars (Main Role as Kang Dong-chul)

2018 – tvN The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (Main Role as Yoo Jin-gook)

2018 – The Great Battle (Main Role Li Shi-min)

2018 – Monstrum (Supporting Role as Jin-yong)

2018 – The Spy Gone North (as Supporting Role)

2018 – The Man Inside Me (Main Role as Jang Pan-soo)

2018 – Your Name is Rose (Main Role as Myeong-hwan)

2018 – Goodbye My Father (Main Role as Kang Seok-jin)

TBA – Unchain (Supporting Role as Jae-ha)