Park Seo-joon

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Park Seo-joon
Park Seo-joon in June 2019.png
Park Seo-joon in June 2019
Born
Park Yong-kyu

(1988-12-16) December 16, 1988 (age 32)
Seoul, South Korea
Alma materSeoul Institute of the Arts[1]
OccupationActor
Years active2011–present
AgentAwesome ENT[2]
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationBak Seo-jun
McCune–ReischauerPak Sŏchun

Park Seo-joon (Korean: 박서준; born December 16, 1988) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his roles in the television dramas Kill Me, Heal Me (2015), She Was Pretty (2015), Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth (2016–2017), Fight for My Way (2017), What's Wrong with Secretary Kim (2018), and Itaewon Class (2020); and the films Chronicles of Evil (2015), Midnight Runners (2017), The Divine Fury (2019), Concrete Utopia (2021), and Dream (2021).[3]

Early life[edit]

Park Seo-joon (born Park Yong-kyu) (Korean: 박용규) was born on December 16, 1988, in Seoul, South Korea. He began his mandatory military service in 2008, when he was 19 years old, and was discharged in 2010.[4]

Career[edit]

At The Chronicles of Evil stage greeting in Busan, 2015

Park made his entertainment debut in 2011 by appearing in the music video of Bang Yong-guk's single "I Remember."[5] He then appeared in television dramas Dream High 2 (2012),[6][7] Pots of Gold (2013),[1] One Warm Word (2013),[8] and A Witch's Love (2014).[1] From October 2013 to April 2015, he was the host of Music Bank.[9][10]

His breakout roles came in 2015 with the dramas Kill Me, Heal Me and She Was Pretty.[11][12][13][14] The same year, Park featured in thriller film The Chronicles of Evil.[15]

In 2016, Park starred in youth historical drama Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth alongside Go Ara and Park Hyung-sik .[16][17]

Park found success in the 2017 youth romance drama, Fight for My Way alongside Kim Ji-won.[18] The television series was a major hit in South Korea and topped ratings in its time slot.[19] The same year, he played his first big-screen leading role in action comedy Midnight Runners with Kang Ha-neul.[20][21] Park won the Best New Actor award at major film award ceremonies such as the Grand Bell Awards and Korean Association of Film Critics Awards.[22][23]

In tvN's 2018 romantic comedy drama What's Wrong with Secretary Kim, Park starred alongside Park Min-young.[24][25] The series was a hit and Park received positive reviews by critics for his performance, being dubbed the "master of romantic comedy" by Korean press.[26][27][28]

More recently, Park starred in the occult film The Divine Fury (2019).[29][30] The same year Park served as the special juror for the Asiana International Short Film Festival.[31] He also made a guest appearance in the Oscar-winning movie Parasite (2019).[32]

In 2020, Park starred in JTBC's drama Itaewon Class as a restaurant owner, based on the webtoon of the same name.[33][34] The drama was a success, and was praised for its interesting story development and colorful performances.[35] He is also set to star in the sports film Dream as a soccer player turned coach named Yoon Hong-Dae, directed by Lee Byeong-heon.[36]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2011 Perfect Game Chil-goo [37]
2015 The Chronicles of Evil Cha Dong-jae [15]
The Beauty Inside Woo-jin cameo [38]
2017 Midnight Runners Park Ki-joon [20]
2018 Be with You Ji-ho cameo [39]
2019 The Divine Fury Yong-hoo [29]
Parasite Min-hyuk cameo [40]
2022 Concrete Utopia Min Sung [41]
The Marvels TBA Filming [42]
TBA Dream Yoon Hong-dae [36]

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network Ref.
2012 Dream High 2 Si-woo KBS2 [7]
Shut Up Family Cha Seo-joon [43]
2013 Pots of Gold Park Hyun-tae MBC [44]
Drama Festival "Sleeping Witch" Kim Him-chan [45]
One Warm Word Song Min-soo SBS [8]
2014 A Witch's Love Yoon Dong-ha tvN [46]
Mama older Han Geu-roo (cameo) MBC [47]
2015 Kill Me, Heal Me Oh Ri-on [48]
She Was Pretty Ji Sung-joon [13]
2016–17 Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth Moo Myung / Kim Sun-woo KBS2 [16]
2017 Fight for My Way Ko Dong-man [18]
2018 What's Wrong with Secretary Kim Lee Young-joon tvN [25]
2020 Itaewon Class Park Sae-royi JTBC [33]
Record of Youth Song Min-soo (cameo) tvN [49]

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
2013–15 Music Bank KBS2 Host (October 25, 2013 – April 24, 2015)
with Yoon Bo-ra
[9]
2014 2014 SBS Drama Awards SBS Host with Lee Hwi-jae and Park Shin-hye [50]
2018 Youn's Kitchen Season 2 tvN Cast member [51]
2021 Youn's Stay [52]

Music video appearances[edit]

Year Song title Artist Ref.
2011 "I Remember" Bang Yong-guk feat. Yang Yo-seob [37]
2014 "One Two Three Four" The One [53]
2017 "Dream All Day" Kim Ji-soo [54]
2021 "Gyopo hair" PeakBoy [37]

Discography[edit]

Year Title Peak
positions
Notes
2012 "New Dreaming" from Dream High 2 OST; duet with JB
2014 "Come into My Heart" from A Witch's Love OST
2015 "Letting You Go" from Kill Me, Heal Me OST 91[55]
2015 "Long Way" from She Was Pretty OST[56]
2017 "Our Tears" from Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth OST

Awards and nominations[edit]

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.
APAN Star Awards 2013 Best New Actor Pots of Gold Nominated
2015 Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Kill Me, Heal Me, She Was Pretty Nominated
2018 Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries What's Wrong with Secretary Kim Won [57]
2021 Grand Prize (Daesang) Itaewon Class Nominated [58]
Popular Star Award, Actor Nominated [59]
Asia Artist Awards 2017 Fabulous Award Fight for My Way Won [60]
Best Star Award Won
Asian Film Awards 2019 AFA Rising Star Award Park Seo-joon Won [61]
Baeksang Arts Awards 2014 Best New Actor – Television One Warm Word Nominated
2016 Best New Actor – Film The Chronicles of Evil Nominated
2018 Best Actor – Television Fight for My Way Nominated [62]
2020 Itaewon Class Nominated [63]
Tiktok Popularity Award (Male) Nominated [64]
Blue Dragon Film Awards 2015 Best New Actor The Chronicles of Evil Nominated
Popular Star Award Won [65]
Buil Film Awards 2017 Best New Actor Midnight Runners Nominated
Chunsa Film Art Awards 2016 The Chronicles of Evil Nominated
2018 Midnight Runners Nominated [66]
Cosmo Beauty Awards 2018 Annual Shining Beauty Idol Park Seo-joon Won [67]
Fashionista Awards 2015 Best Fashion in TV She Was Pretty Won [68]
Grand Bell Awards 2015 Best New Actor The Chronicles of Evil Nominated
2017 Midnight Runners Won [22]
Herald Donga Lifestyle Awards 2014 Best Style of the Year Park Seo-joon Won [69]
KBS Drama Awards 2017 Top Excellence Award, Actor Fight for My Way, Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth Nominated [70]
Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length Drama Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth Nominated
Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Fight for My Way Won
Netizen Award, Actor Won
Best Couple Award Park Seo-joon with Kim Ji-won
Fight for My Way
Won
KBS WORLD Global Fan Awards 2018 Won [71]
KOFRA Film Awards 2018 Best New Actor Midnight Runners Won [72]
Korea Drama Awards 2013 Pots of Gold Won [73]
2018 Top Excellence Award, Actor What's Wrong with Secretary Kim Nominated [74]
Korean Association of Film Critics Awards 2017 Best New Actor Midnight Runners Won [23]
Korea Film Actors Association Awards 2017 Popular Star Award Won [75]
Korea Tourism Awards 2018 Special Merit Award Park Seo-joon Won [76]
Max Movie Awards 2016 Best New Actor The Chronicles of Evil Nominated
MBC Drama Awards 2013 Pots of Gold Nominated
2015 Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Kill Me, Heal Me, She Was Pretty Won [77]
Popularity Award, Actor Won
Top 10 Stars Award Won [78]
Best Couple Award Park Seo-joon with Ji Sung
Kill Me, Heal Me
Won [77]
SBS Drama Awards 2014 New Star Award One Warm Word Won [79]
Seoul International Drama Awards 2018 Outstanding Korean Actor Fight for My Way Won [80]
The Seoul Awards 2017 Best New Actor (Film) Midnight Runners Nominated [81]
tvN10 Awards 2016 Romantic-Comedy King A Witch's Love Nominated

Listicles[edit]

Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Forbes 2018 Korea Power Celebrity 22nd [82]
2019 30th [83]
2021 14th [84]

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