Kim Soo-hyun (actor born 1988)

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Kim.
Kim Soo-hyun
Kim Soo-hyun 2014 PaekSang Arts Awards06b.jpg
Kim Soo-hyun at the PaekSang Arts Awards 2014
Born (1988-02-16) February 16, 1988 (age 26)
Seoul, South Korea
Alma mater Chung-Ang University
Occupation Actor, Model, Singer
Years active 2007 - Present
Agent KeyEast
Height 180 cm (5 ft 11 in)
Korean name
Hangul 김수현
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gim Su-hyeon
McCune–Reischauer Kim Su-hyŏn
Signature Kim Soo Hyun Signature.png
Website
Kim Soo-hyun

Kim Soo-hyun (Hangul: 김수현; hanja: 金秀賢; born February 16, 1988) is a South Korean actor, best known for his roles in the television dramas Dream High,[1][2] Moon Embracing the Sun, and My Love from the Star, as well as the movies The Thieves and Secretly, Greatly.[3][4]

Early life[edit]

Kim Soo-hyun was a timid child during his middle school days and no one expected him to enter the entertainment industry. To change his introverted personality, his mother encouraged him to take acting classes before high school and through this Kim's aspiration to pursue an acting career grew.[5] He then enrolled in Chung-Ang University, majoring in Theater and Film Studies and partook in the musicals Grease and A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Career[edit]

2007-2008: Television career beginnings[edit]

Kim made his television debut with a supporting role in the 2007 family sitcom Kimchi Cheese Smile and in 2008, landed a lead role in KBS's critically acclaimed youth drama Jungle Fish. Based on a true story, it tackles the serious issues of school cheating, competitive academic standards, and interactive blogging in a fresh way. The drama won a number of awards, including the Peabody Award,[6][7] a Seoul Drama Festival award as well as an Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union prize.[8]

For the latter half of the year, Kim appeared in the food-based variety show Delicious Quiz (also known as The Taste of Life) as a host and in the short film Cherry Blossom.

2009-2010: Rising popularity[edit]

In 2009, Kim acted in the short film Worst Friends by Namkoong Sun, which won the Best Film in Social Drama award at the Mise en Scène Short Film Festival[9][10][11] and the well-received two-episode SBS year-end drama special where he acted alongside veteran actor Choi Min-soo.[12]

He further raised his profile through his memorable turns as the younger version of the male lead characters in Will It Snow For Christmas? and Giant,[13][14] in which the latter won him his first acting award. Upon receiving the award, Kim made his famous “10 years promise” acceptance speech and was quoted saying “Please take care of me by giving me more attention in this ten years, I will become a real actor.”

He also co-hosted Mnet’s Sonyeon Sonyeo Gayo Baekseo (소년소녀가요백서) along with Kara's Han Seung-yeon in 2009.[15]

2011: Dream High and singing career debut[edit]

He became a household name in 2011, playing a country bumpkin who turned out to be a musical genius in the teen drama Dream High.[16][17][18] As the only young actor in a cast of idols, Kim studied song and dance for three months at JYP Entertainment to pull off the required scenes in the drama. According to the production company, he lived no differently from the other trainees at JYP as he learned singing and dancing for hours every day. For the drama's soundtrack, he recorded two songs, his solo "Dreaming" as well as the title track "Dream High" with the rest of the cast. He appeared in several music programs and concerts after the drama's completion and even made a cameo in the pilot episode of its second season.[19][20]

2012: Moon Embracing the Sun and big screen debut[edit]

Kim Soo-hyun as King Lee Hwon (2012)

His popularity skyrocketed when he starred in the hit period drama Moon Embracing the Sun,[21][22] as the young king Lee Hwon. The drama not only ranked number one in its time slot throughout its run but also achieved a peak recorded viewer rating of 42.2 percent[23][24] thereby earning the "national drama" status.[25] He again contributed his vocals to the soundtrack with the traditional ballad "Only You" which topped digital music charts,[26] and the more modern in composition "Another Way" released as the single "Secret Version".

Kim Soo-hyun endorsing a Maserati Ghibli III

Due to his charismatic portrayal of King Lee Hwon, Kim created the so-called “Hwon syndrome” and was chosen as the face of 17 products simultaneously. In that year, Kim was able to set a new record for product endorsements which was previously held in 2009 by Olympic figure skater Kim Yuna.[27][28] His advertisements include a laptop, cameras, suits, cosmetics, sportswear, outdoor goods, a coffee franchise, a restaurant, a bakery, pizza, dessert jellies, beer, fabric softener and a telecommunications company.

He also won several recognitions for the said drama including the hotly debated Best Drama Actor[29] at the 2012 Baeksang Arts Awards as he was the youngest and newest actor among the nominees in the category. Beating out heavyweight veterans such as Han Suk-kyu, Shin Ha-kyun and Cha Seung-won,Kim said "I am very grateful for this moment, but I am ashamed as well. It’s like getting a lot of homework. I’ll keep trying to become a better actor in order to remain worthy of this award."

Kim made his big-screen debut in the star-studded heist film The Thieves, touted by the press as the Korean version of Ocean's Eleven. His character Jampano is the youngest member of a gang of Korean and Chinese thieves who team up to steal a diamond worth 40 billion won locked away in a casino in Macau.[30][31] After joking that it was easier to immerse in the role and the kissing scenes because his partner was Jun Ji-hyun, Kim said he was overwhelmed to be around so many big stars and felt lucky to be part of the film.[32] With over 12.9 million ticket sales, the film is currently the second highest grossing movie in Korean film history.[33]

2013: Secretly, Greatly[edit]

In 2013, Kim was cast along with Park Ki-woong and Lee Hyun-woo, to play the roles of North Korean spies who infiltrated South Korea as a village idiot, a rock musician, and a high school student, respectively in the movie Secretly, Greatly.[34] The film is an adaptation of the popular webtoon series "Covertness" by Hun and upon its release broke several box office records in South Korea.[35][36] The film was also one of the most successful box office hits of the year having sold out almost 7 million tickets during its run.[37]

For this movie, he won the Best New Actor awards in the 50th Grand Bell Awards and in the 50th Baeksang Arts Awards as well as the popularity award.[38][39]

2014-present: My Love from the Star and international fame[edit]

From 2013 to early 2014, he was the lead actor of the SBS fantasy/romance series My Love from the Star.[40] The drama talks about an alien Do Min-joon who landed on Earth during the Joseon Dynasty and 400 years later falls in love with Cheon Song-yi (his The Thieves co-star Jun Ji-hyun),a top Hallyu star. Throughout the series, Do Min-joon was seen using his super powers, such as the ability to stop time for a minute, teleportation, telekinesis and more, to protect Cheon Song-yi from the main antagonist.

The drama enjoyed immense popularity both locally, with an average viewer rating of 24.02 percent, and internationally, having over two billion hits on the Chinese streaming website iqiyi (爱奇艺),[41] that Kim was not only considered as a Hallyu star[42] but also a blue chip in the advertising industry. In 2014, Kim was reported to set a new record having 35 product endorsements deals, 15 of which were coming from South Korea alone.[43]

Filmography[edit]

Drama[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2007 Kimchi Cheese Smile Kim Soo-hyun MBC
2008 Jungle Fish Han Jae-ta KBS
2009 Seven Years of Love Chun-jae OBS
Will It Snow For Christmas? teen Cha Kang-jin SBS
Father's House Kang Jae-il
2010 Giant teen Lee Sung-mo SBS
2011 Dream High Song Sam-dong KBS
2012 Moon Embracing the Sun King Lee Hwon MBC
Dream High Season 2 Song Sam-dong (cameo, ep 1) KBS
2013-2014 My Love from the Star Do Min-joon SBS

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2008 Cherry Blossom (short film) Han Hyun-joon
2009 Worst Friends (short film) Kim Joon-ki
2012 The Thieves Zampano
2013 Secretly, Greatly Won Ryu-hwan/Bang Dong-gu
2014 Miss Granny young Mr. Park (cameo)

Narration[edit]

Year Title Network
2013 Documentary Special: Director Bong Joon-ho MBC

Variety appearance[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2008 The Taste of Life KBS co-host
2009 Sonyeon Sonyeo Gayo Baekso Mnet co-host with KARA's Han Seung-yeon
2011 Happy Together 3 KBS Guest with Dream High casts (Episode 177)
Star Date Guest
Entertainment Weekly Guest
Section TV MBC Guest
One Night TV Entertainment SBS Guest
2012 Taxi tvN Guest (Episode 233)
Guest with Jung Eun-pyo (Episode 234)
Section TV MBC Guest
Star Date KBS Guest
One Night TV Entertainment SBS Guest with The Thieves casts
Running Man Guest (Episode 102)
Soo-Soo Couple in New Zealand XTM Bean Pole Outdoor photoshoot with Suzy
2013 Entertainment Weekly KBS Guest with Park Ki-woong and Lee Hyun-woo
Running Man SBS Guest with Lee Hyun-woo (Episode 147)
2014 The Brain
Jiangsu TV
Guest with Cecilia Cheung and Tao Ching-Ying (Episode 11)
Bring You To The Stars Guest (Episode 1)

Musical theatre[edit]

Year Title Role
2003 A Midsummer Night's Dream Puck
Grease Kenickie

Discography[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Sales[44] Album
KOR
[44]
Hot 100
K-Pop

[45]
2011 "Dream High (드림하이)"

(with JOO, Taecyeon, Suzy, Wooyoung)

23

KOR(DL): 188,776+

Dream High: Original Sound Track
"Dreaming" 3

KOR(DL): 1,243,464+ [46]

2012 "The One and Only You (그대 한 사람)" 2 2[47]

KOR(DL): 1,619,612+ [48]

Moon Embracing the Sun: Original Sound Track
"Another Way (또 다른 길)" 119 38[49]

KOR(DL): 62,201+

Another Way: Secret Version
"Marine Boy"

(from Samsung Notebook Series 9 campaign to support Park Tae-hwan)

Non-album Single
2014 "In Front of Your House (너의 집 앞)" 3 4[50]

KOR(DL): 410,749+

My Love from the Star: Original Sound Track
"Promise (약속)" 12 13[50]

KOR(DL): 129,949+

"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Endorsements[edit]

Year(s) Product Notes
2010-2011 Ivy Club Uniforms
2010 Lotte Confectionery 설레임
Lotte Chilsung 2% with Park Eun-bin
2010-2011 Andew MK Trend
2011-2012 SPRIS with Ham Eun-jung
2011 Clinique Korea [51] with Lee Yo-won and Jung So-min
SK Telecom iPhone 4
SK Telecom TJ Tweet Jockey
SK Telecom T Roaming One Pass
SK Telecom 4G LTE [52] with Shin Min-a
2011-2012 Canon Digital IXUS with Go Ara
2011-2012 Domino Pizza with Shin Seong-il (2011)
with Kim Yoo-jung (2012)
2012 SK-II Pitera Essence
2012-2014 Bean Pole Outdoor [53] with Jin Jung Sun (2012)
with Jung Eun Pyo (2012)
with Suzy (2012-2014)
2012-2014 LG Beyond [54]
2012 Prospecs W Campaign [55] with Kim Yuna
2012-2014 Petitzel Dessert and Drinks [56]
2012 Korea Yakult R&B with Shin Se-kyung
Samsung Notebook Series 9 [57] with Park Tae-hwan
2012-2013 Lotteria Angel•in•us Coffee
2012 Cass Fresh Beer with Jung Joo Ri and Kwon Nara
J.Estina [58] with Kaya Scodelario
Pigeon Fabric Softener [59] with Kim Soo-yeon
Samsung SMART Printer Jump [60]
CJ Foodville VIPS [61]
2012-2014 ZIOZIA [62]
2012-2014 Tous Les Jours (Asia) with Won Bin (2012)
2012 Lotte Hotel Busan with Kim Hyun-joong and Jang Geun-suk
2013-2014 Lotte Fitin
2013-2014 Orion Pocachips
2013 Maserati Ghibli
2013-2014 Calvin Klein Jeans
2013-2014 Samsonite RED (Asia) [63] with Angelababy
2014 Lemona Vitamin C [64]
The Face Shop (Asia) [65]
Samsung Electronics (China) with Jun Ji-hyun
Lotte Department Store (Asia) with Girls' Generation
Hana Bank [66] with Ha Ji-won
Coca Cola (China) [67]
Hyundai ix25 (China) [68]
Semir (China)
Ao Kang (China) [69]
Häagen-Dazs (China)
Yili Yogurt (China)
Kwang Dong Corn Silk Tea
Dove Chocolates (China) with G.E.M.
Tencent (Teng Xun) (China) [70]
Nature’s Bounty (China) [71] with Tang Wei
Chung Ho Nais [72]
Hengda Mineral Water (China) with Jun Ji-hyun
Lotte Duty Free (Asia)
Caffe Bene (China) with Jun Ji-hyun
Aimatech (China)
Sogou Search App (China)
Pizza Hut (China)

Ambassadorial Roles[edit]

On 28 April 2011, Kim and miss A’s Suzy were officially revealed to be the ambassadors of the "16th Goyang Korea Flower Show" in the Gyeonggi Province. The popular flower show was held at the Goyang Flower Exhibition Center at Ilsan Lake Park on April 29 with a participation of approximately 193 local and foreign companies from 20 countries and an exhibit of over 50 million flowers.[73]

On 18 April 2012, the Korea Tourism Organization(KTO) appointed Kim as the Promotional Ambassador for Korean Tourism. According to KTO, "The appointment of Kim Soo-hyun - who has obtained popularity overseas through his dramas, will help strengthen the growth of travel to Korea."[74][75][76]

On 19 May 2014, Kim along with Kwon Yuri, Choi Sooyoung and Park Shin-hye joined the 22nd class of CAU LOVE, the official student ambassadors of Chung-Ang University. For their 1-year term, the celebrity ambassadors will join the existing 12 members of CAU LOVE in various activities to better promote their university.[77]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2010
SBS Drama Awards
New Star Award Giant Won
2011
6th Asia Model Festival Awards
CF Model Award N/A Won
47th Baeksang Arts Awards
Best New Actor (TV) Dream High Nominated
Most Popular Actor (TV) Nominated
5th Mnet 20's Choice Awards
Hot Male Drama Star[78] Nominated
4th Korea Drama Awards
Best New Actor Won
Popularity Award Won
4th Style Icon Awards
New Icon Award N/A Won
27th Korea Best Dresser Swan Awards
Best Dresser Male Artist[79] N/A Won
SKY PerfecTV! Awards
Hallyu Award[80] N/A Won
KBS Drama Awards
Best New Actor Dream High Won
Popularity Award Won
Best Couple with Suzy Won
Cyworld Digital Music Awards
Song of the Month (February) - Dreaming Won
2012
48th Baeksang Arts Awards
Best Actor (TV)[81] Moon Embracing the Sun Won
Most Popular Actor (TV) Nominated
5th Nickelodeon Korea Kids' Choice Awards
Favorite Actor Won
6th Mnet 20's Choice Awards
20's Male Drama Star[82] Won
20's Blue Carpet Popularity Award N/A Won
7th Seoul International Drama Awards
Outstanding Korean Actor Moon Embracing the Sun Nominated
People's Choice Award (Korea) Nominated
5th Korea Drama Awards
Grand Prize (Daesang)[83] Nominated
39th Korea Broadcasting Prize
Best Actor Won
Korean Pop Culture and Arts Award
Ministry of Culture Citation N/A Won
21st Buil Film Awards
Best New Actor The Thieves Nominated
33rd Blue Dragon Film Awards
Best New Actor Nominated
Popular Star Award Won
3rd German Remarkable Korean Awards
Best Actor[84] Moon Embracing the Sun Nominated
Best Drama OST - The One and Only You Nominated
20th Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards
Top Excellence Award, Actor Nominated
1st K-Drama Star Awards
Top Excellence Award, Actor Won
MBC Drama Awards
Grand Prize (Daesang) Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Won
Popularity Award Won
Best Couple Award with Han Ga-in Nominated
Best Couple Award with Jung Eun-pyo Nominated
10th TVCF Advertising Awards
Model of the Year Award[85] N/A Won
2013
49th Baeksang Arts Awards
Most Popular Actor (Film) The Thieves Nominated
5th Singapore Entertainment Awards
Most Popular Korean TV Artiste N/A Nominated
6th Style Icon Awards
The Next Generation's Invincible Box-Office Hitmaker N/A Nominated
7th Mnet 20's Choice Awards
20's Movie Star – Male Secretly, Greatly Nominated
17th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan)
Men’s Fantasia Award[86] Won
50th Grand Bell Awards
Best New Actor Won
Cosmo Beauty Awards (China)
Dream Icon Won
2014
50th Baeksang Arts Awards
Best New Actor (Film)[87] Won
Most Popular Actor (Film) Won
Best Actor (TV) My Love from the Star Nominated
Most Popular Actor (TV)[88] Won
6th Singapore Entertainment Awards
Most Popular Korean TV Artiste N/A Nominated
9th Seoul International Drama Awards
Outstanding Korean Actor My Love from the Star Pending
People's Choice Award (Korea) Pending

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  12. ^ Drama special Father’s House brings in strong praise. 3 Jan 2010.
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  14. ^ MY NAME IS: Kim Soo-hyun. 10Asia. 12 January 2010.
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  72. ^ Chungho Nais develops world's first water purifying coffeemaker. 24 July 2014.
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  74. ^ Kim Soo-hyun elected tourism ambassador. 17 April 2012.
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