Han Geng

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Han Geng
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Han Geng in Jakarta, Indonesia
Background information
Chinese name (traditional)
Chinese name (simplified)
PinyinHán Gēng (Mandarin)
Born (1984-02-09) February 9, 1984 (age 34)
Mudanjiang, Heilongjiang, China
EthnicityNanai
Alma materCentral University for Nationalities
Occupation
Years active2005–present
Genre(s)
Instrument(s)Guitar
Label(s)S.M. Entertainment (2005–2010)
Yuehua Entertainment
(China, 2010-present)
Associated actsSM Town, Super Junior, Super Junior-M
Influenced byTony Leung Chiu-Wai, Jackie Chan, Andy Lau
Han Geng
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
Hanyu PinyinHán Gēng

Han Geng (Chinese: 韩庚; Pinyin: Hán Gēng; Hangul한경; RRHan Gyeong) (born February 9, 1984) is a Chinese Mandopop singer and actor.

He started his career in 2001, when he was chosen by S.M. Entertainment to become a member of South Korean boy band Super Junior, which debuted in 2005. He later became the leader of its sub-group Super Junior-M in 2008. On December 21, 2009, Han filed a lawsuit against SME to terminate his contract. He has since returned to China to pursue a solo career. On September 27, 2011, Han's departure from SM Entertainment was made official as both parties came to a mutual agreement.

For his various contributions to the spread of Chinese culture, Han was chosen as a torch bearer for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He later also became an ambassador for the 2010 Shanghai Expo and the 2010 Asian Games.[1] In late 2012, Han started to gain international attention and won the 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards' "Best Worldwide Act" and Nickelodeon's 2013 Kids' Choice Awards' "Favorite Asian Act".

Early life[edit]

Han is of ethnic Nanai descent from Northeast China, and was born in Mudanjiang, Heilongjiang, China.[2] He attended Guang Hua Elementary School from 1990 to 1996.

At age 12, Han was accepted into the dance department at the Central University for Nationalities in Beijing, and left his family and his hometown in the Northeastern part of China to pursue studies in dance. During his years at the university, he mastered all 56 types of traditional dances from China's 56 ethnic groups,[a][3] received training in ballet and martial arts, and performed in many countries including the United States and Russia.

In 1999, as a representative of the Nanai ethnic group, Han participated in China's anniversary parade.

Career[edit]

Pre-debut[edit]

In December 2001, Han signed up for the H.O.T. CHINA Audition Casting, a casting audition that was hosted by S.M. Entertainment.

After the audition, Han began to work briefly as a cameo actor in short low-budget Chinese films to earn a salary before entering college. In late August 2002, Han was notified that he had been accepted into S.M. Entertainment. After Han's graduation at the Central University for Nationalities, he was sent to Korea and received private lessons in singing, dancing, and acting, as well as learning the Korean language.[4]

2005–2009: Super Junior, Super Junior-M and Activities in China[edit]

On February 6, 2005, Han was officially announced to be part of the all-boy rotational musical group Super Junior as a member of its first generation, Super Junior 05.[4]

On March 20, 2008, Han was announced to be one of the torch bearers for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.[5] He also sung the Beijing Olympic theme song "Beijing Welcomes You".

On April 8, 2008, Super Junior's third subgroup Super Junior-M made its debut in China, with Han as the leader of the group. The subgroup released their first Chinese-language studio album, Me, on May 2, 2008.[6]

In 2009, Han starred in CCTV's 12-episode drama Stage of Youth. This marks his acting debut.[7]

On December 21, 2009, Han filed for contract termination from SM Entertainment and ceased activities with both Super Junior and Super Junior-M.

2010–2012: Solo debut[edit]

On July 27, 2010, Han launched his first album The Heart of Geng.[8] The album contained ten tracks, including the title song "My Logo", which was produced by American producer Craig Williams and Dutch producer Rene Van Verseveld. Travis Payne and Stacey Walker, along with Michael Jackson's "This Is It" dancers participated in creating the choreography for the song.[9] The Heart of Geng topped various major music charts throughout Asia, and sold more than 350,000 copies within only 2 months after its release. A special celebratory version of the album was released on October 1 with a limited number of 20,000 copies.[10] Han also held his first two solo concerts in Beijing on July 17 and 18.[11]

Han made his debut on the big screen in the US-Chinese collaboration action film My Kingdom.[12] The film is directed by Gao Xiaosong, produced by Andre Morgan and features action directing by Sammo Hung.[13] Han also played Deng Xiaoping in the government-funded film The Founding of a Party and starred in the film The First President as Hu Han Min, the secretary of Sun Yat-Sen.

On July 19, 2012, Han released his second album Hope in the Darkness which contained singles "Wild Cursive", "Clown Mask" and "Betrayal of the Soul". Han also kicked off his "Hope in the Darkness World Tour" on July 28, 2012 at Beijing MasterCard Center.[14]

2013–present: International recognition and Acting[edit]

On November 11, 2012, Han was announced as the winner of the MTV European Music Awards' Best Worldwide Act, earning him his first major international award.[15]

On March 24, 2013, Han attended Nickelodeon's 2013 Kids' Choice Awards at the Galen Center in Los Angeles, where he won the Favorite Asian Act award.[16]

Han was then cast in Zhao Wei’s directorial debut So Young.[17] The film was released on April 26, 2013 and became a major success at the Chinese box office, grossing over 700 million yuan (US$115 million).[18] The same year, he was cast in Chinese-French film Seek McCartney, about a romance that centers on a relationship between two gay men.[19] The film is China's first gay film and premiered in Cannes in 2014.[20]

In 2014, Han starred in romantic comedy film Ex-Files, which went on to become one of the most successful romantic comedy series.[21] Han was praised for his comedic timing and acting performance.[22] The same year, he made a cameo appearance in the Hollywood blockbuster Transformers: Age of Extinction.[23]

On May 27, 2014, Han won the World's Best Male Artist award at the World Music Awards' World's Best Male Artist. He was also the first Chinese singer to be invited to perform for the World Music Awards.[24]

In 2015, Han starred alongside Fan Bingbing in the erotic romance film Ever Since We Love, adapted from the novel Everything Grows by Feng Tang.[25] In 2016, Han starred in the South Korean-Chinese co-production film Sweet Sixteen, a bitter coming-of-age romance.[26] The same year, he starred in fantasy comedy film A Chinese Odyssey Part Three directed by Jeffery Lau, playing the titular role of Sun Wukong.[27][28] Han also competed on and won the 2nd season of The Amazing Race with teammate Wu Xin.

On November 30, 2015, Han released his third album San Geng. He announced that this would be his final album release, and he will focus on performance in the future.[29]

In 2016, Han announced that he will be starring in the science fiction drama Hard Memory. He also acts as the executive producer of the series.[30]

In 2017, Han was cast in the fantasy suspense film The Great Detective.[31] In July, he featured in the propaganda film The Founding of an Army, playing the role of Zhang Xueliang.[32] The same month, he was cast in the film adaptation of popular video game Dynasty Warriors, playing the role of Guan Yu.[33] In December, Han reprised his role as Meng Yun in the third installment of the Ex-file franchise.[21]

Han's upcoming projects include hacker-themed thriller Reborn[34] and modern romance drama Love Me, Do You Dare.[35]

Philanthropy[edit]

In 2013, Han participated in MTV EXIT's anti-human trafficking campaign as a special host for Human Traffic: China, a 36-minute documentary aimed at raising awareness to help prevent human trafficking in China.[36] The documentary was produced with the support of China's Ministry of Public Security (MPS) and the United Nations Inter Agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP), in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), Walk Free, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).[37]

Other activities[edit]

In 2013, Han launched his own customized phone brand, known as the "Geng Phone".[38]

On May 16, 2014, Han appeared at the New York Stock Exchange to ring the opening bell as a shareholder of Jumei International Holding Limited. Han is the first Chinese artist to ring the opening or closing bell at the NYSE as a shareholder.

On September 24, 2014, Han launched his eyewear brand "Burqa Angel".

Controversies[edit]

Performance restrictions[edit]

Before his debut, Han entered Korea with a vacation visa and had to return to China every three months to renew it. After debuting in 2005, his company obtained an E-6 (Entertainment Industry) passport, allowing him to stay for longer periods. However, a Chinese passport strictly limited his promotional activities and appearances in various broadcasting corporations in Korea. By law, a Chinese passport holder is only allowed to perform on three television stations. Han was allowed to perform on KBS and SBS, as stated by Lee Soo Man during a Harvard Korean Wave conference in early 2007. Initially, the company did not know of the procedures and was fined because of it. Before Han signed contracts with KBS and SBS, he performed on stage with a mask and a hat to hide his face on screen. Many thought Han was a backup dancer until three months later when his bandmate Kim Heechul finally revealed him to the media by publicly taking off his mask.[8]

Despite visa restrictions, Han performed with the rest of Super Junior at the 2007 M.NET/KM Music Festival and the 2007 Golden Disk Awards. Both award ceremonies aired on channels that Han was restricted to perform on.[39]

Lawsuit[edit]

On December 21, 2009, Han filed for contract termination from his former company S.M. Entertainment, arguing that the 13-year length and structure of their exclusive contracts as well as the terms of profit distribution were unilaterally disadvantageous towards the artists and should be invalidated. Along with this, it was disclosed that because of S.M. Entertainment's refusal to give him a day off in over two years, he had developed gastritis and kidney disease.[40][41]

On 21 December 2010, the Seoul Central District Court ruled in favor of Han.[42] However a representative of S.M. Entertainment said that they will file an immediate appeal to reverse the decision.

As of September 27, 2011, Han and S.M. Entertainment have officially come to a mutual agreement regarding Han's contract, closing the case. Han will not continue his exclusive contract with SME and no longer has any legally binding connection with SME, as stated by Yue Hua Entertainment, Han's current management company.[43][44]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Album Information Track listing
The Heart of Geng
(庚心)
  • Released: 27 July 2010
Track listing
  1. 飞蛾扑火 / 飛蛾撲火 (Fire/Fatal Attraction)
  2. Say No
  3. 撑伞 / 撐傘 (Holding Umbrella)
  4. 给陌生人的情书 / 給陌生人的情書 (Love Letter to a Stranger)
  5. 女皇 (Queen/Empress)
  6. 因为梦 / 因爲夢 (Because of Dream)
  7. 简单的人 / 簡單的人(Simple Man)
  8. 心疼笔记本 / 心疼筆記本 (Heartache Notebook)
  9. 爱的翅膀 / 愛的翅膀 (Wings of Love)
  10. My Logo
Hope in the Darkness
(寒更)
  • Released: 29 July 2012
Track listing
  1. 狂草 / 狂草 (Wild Cursive)
  2. 小丑面具 / 小丑面具 (Clown Mask)
  3. 静不下来 / 靜不下來 (Can't Calm Down)
  4. 侧面 / 側面 (Profile)
  5. 背叛灵魂 / 背叛靈魂 (Soul's Betrayal)
  6. The One
  7. 玩世不恭 / 玩世不恭 (Disregard/Bad Boy)
  8. Hero
  9. 还跟在你身边 / 還跟在你身邊 (Still At Your Side)
  10. 我不缺 / 我不缺 (I Don't Lack)
San Geng
(三庚)
  • Released: 30 November 2015
Track listing
  1. I don't give a屑 (I don't give a Sh*t)
  2. 夜伴三庚 (Midnight)
  3. 深夜听歌流眼泪 (Sad Song)
  4. 三不管地带 (No Man's Land)
  5. 逃不掉 (Can't Escape)
  6. Season
  7. Tell Me What You Want
  8. 我不说 (I Don't Say)
  9. 瞄准心脏开一枪 (Heart Shot)
  10. 痞夫之勇 (Courage of Ruffian)

Singles[edit]

Year English title Chinese title Album Notes
2008 "Beijing Welcomes You" 北京欢迎你 N/A Promotional song for 2008 Beijing Olympics
"Dream of Youth" 青春梦想 Stage of Youth OST with Huang Yi
2010 "The World Watches China" 世界看中国 N/A Theme song for 2010 Shanghai Expo
"Unforgettable Memories" 不能忘却的纪念 N/A Theme song for 150th anniversary of burning of the Old Summer Palace
with Tan Jing
"Big Hand, Small Hand" 大手小手 N/A Theme song for Music Radio Kappa 1200 Schooling Aid
with Olivia Wang
"With me the Asian Games Become Exciting" 亚运有我精彩之极 N/A Promotional song 2010 Asian Games
with Bibi Zhou
"Iris" N/A Theme song for the torch of the 2011 Summer Universiade
"I am a Flame" 我是火焰 N/A Promotional song for 2010 Asian Games
2011 "Returning Home for New Year" 回家过年 N/A solo version of Opening Performance for 2011 Spring Gala
"Children" 孩子 N/A Charity song for Anti-Child Trafficking Awareness Campaign
"Like a Dream" 如梦令 My Kingdom OST
2012 "The Best Future" 最美好的未来 N/A Charity song for a non-profit schooling aid organization
with Jane Zhang
"Best Wishes from Beijing" 北京祝福你 N/A Promotional song for the 2012 London Olympic Games
"The Best Listener" 最佳听众 Hope in the Darkness feat. Elva Hsiao
"The First Lesson" 第一课 N/A Theme song for The First Lesson
2013 "Cloud Atlas" 云图 Cloud Atlas OST
"X-man" N/A Commercial song for Xtep Sportswear
2014 "That Girl" 那个女孩 Ex-Files OST
"Who Control" 谁 Control Transformers: Age of Extinction OST
"Shell Shock" 忍者神龟 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles OST Mandarin version
2015 "How Many Times Can We Love Once More" 有多少爱可以重来 Ever Since We Love OST with Jane Zhang
"We are the Successor of Communism" 我们是共产主义接班人 N/A Propaganda song
2016 "Love For A Lifetime" 一生所爱 A Chinese Odyssey Part Three OST

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Title Year Role Notes
Attack on the Pin-Up Boys 2007 Hankyung Cameo
The Founding of a Party 2011 Deng Xiaoping Cameo
My Kingdom Meng Erkui
The First President Hu Hanmin
Bring Happiness Home 2013 Tourist Cameo
So Young Lin Jing
Ex-Files 2014 Meng Yun
Transformers: Age of Extinction Guitar player Cameo
One Day Himself Short Story Documentary
The Taking of Tiger Mountain Jiang Lei Cameo
Ever Since We Love 2015 Qiu Shui
Sweet Sixteen 2016 Tang Xiaotian
A Chinese Odyssey Part Three Sun Wukong
The Wasted Times Mr. Zhao Cameo
The Founding of an Army 2017 Zhang Xueliang
The Ex-File 3: The Return of the Exes Meng Yun
The Great Detective TBA Huo San
Dynasty Warriors Guan Yu
Reborn Li Haoming
Seek McCartney Zhao Jie

Television series[edit]

Title Year Role Notes
Nonstop 2006 Himself Cameo (Season 6, episode 136)
Stage of Youth 2009 Xia Lei
The Amazing Race China 2 2015 Himself Contestant with Wu Xin; Winner
Hard Memory TBA Li Lei
Love Me, Do You Dare Chen Jiong

Music video[edit]

Year Song Title Artist
2006 "Timeless" Zhang Liyin (feat. Xiah Junsu of TVXQ or JYJ)
2008 "I WILL" Zhang Liyin
"The Left Shore of Happiness" Zhang Liyin

Awards and nominations[edit]

Music awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2010 Top Chinese Music Awards[45] Most Promising Newcomer N/A Won
CCTV-MTV Music Awards[46] Most Popular Male Singer (Mainland China) N/A Won
New Artist Awards of Top Chinese Music Chart[47] Newcomer Award N/A Won
Tencent Star Awards[48] Male Singer of the Year N/A Won
2011 Top Chinese Music Awards[49] Most Popular Male Singer N/A Won
ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards[50] All-Rounded Artist Award N/A Won
Top 10 Songs "My Logo Won
China Music Awards Most Popular Male Singer (Mainland China) N/A Won
Global Chinese Golden Chart[51] Most Popular Newcomer N/A Won
Singapore 100.3 Radio Most Dedicated Song "My Logo" Won
Top 20 Songs "Say No" Won
Music Radio China Top Chart Awards[52] All Rounded Artist Award N/A Won
Most Popular Newcomer N/A Won
Migu Music Awards[53] Artist of the Year N/A Won
Most Popular Singer N/A Won
Singapore E-Awards[54] Most Popular Regional Newcomer N/A Won
Sprite Chinese Music Awards Best Male Singer N/A Won
Favorite Idol N/A Won
Song of the Year "Heartache Notebook" Won
2012 MTV European Music Awards Best Worldwide Act N/A Won
Best Asia and Pacific Act N/A Won
Top Chinese Music Awards[55] Most Popular Male Singer N/A Won
CCTV-MTV Music Awards[56] Most Popular Male Singer (Mainland China) N/A Won
Beijing Pop Music Awards[57] All Around Artist of the Year N/A Won
Best Male Stage Performer N/A Won
Golden Song of the Year "Wild Cursive" Won
Migu Music Awards Most Popular Male Singer N/A Won
2013 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Asian Act N/A Won
Top Chinese Music Awards[58] Most Popular Male Singer (Mainland China) N/A Won
Best Album Production Hope in the Darkness Won
Best Dance Music Singer N/A Won
Best Dance Music "Clown Mask" Won
Best Music Video Won
China Music Awards[59] Asian Influential Singer N/A Won
Best Music Video "Clown Mask" Won
2014 World Music Awards World's Best Male Artist N/A Won
QQ Music Awards Most Popular Male Singer (Mainland China) N/A Won
2015 Migu Music Awards N/A Won
2016 Top Chinese Music Awards[60] Best All-Rounded Artist San Geng Won
Best Male Singer Won
Best Music Video "I Don't Give a Shit" Won

Film awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2011 Huading Awards[61] Most Anticipated Actor My Kingdom Won
New York Chinese Film Festival[62] Most Popular Asian Artist Won
2013 China International Film Festival London Best New Actor So Young Nominated
2014 Hundred Flowers Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
China Image Film Festival Most Popular Actor Ex-Files Won

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