Park Soo-hong

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Park Soo-hong
Park Su-hong.jpg
Born (1970-10-27) October 27, 1970 (age 47)
Seoul, South Korea
Medium Stand-up, television
Nationality South Korean
Years active 1991[1]–present
Genres Observational, Sketch, Wit, Parody, Slapstick, Dramatic, Sitcom
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Bak Su-hong
McCune–Reischauer Pak Su-hong

Park Soo-hong (born October 27, 1970), is a South Korean comedian and presenter.[2]

Career[edit]

In 1991, Park won bronze in the National College Comedy Contest, making his official debut in the South Korean entertainment industry.[1][3] In the early 1990s, Park was a part of a group of comedians who called themselves Team Potato (Hangul감자골), composed of Kim Gook-jin, Kim Soo-yong and Kim Yong-man, who all debuted in the same year on KBS.[4][5][6] It had been reported that Kim Yong-man had been admitted to hospital due to their busy schedule, and therefore Kim Gook-jin attempted to reason with television program producers to lighten their workload.[4] However, this request was not received well by producers, who then decided it was necessary to permanently ban Team Potato from making appearances on television.[6] As a result, in January 1993, the four comedians planned to leave South Korea for the United States of America, taking a break from the South Korean entertainment industry, although ultimately, only Kim Yong-man and Kim Gook-jin went to the United States of America, while Park began his compulsory army duty and Kim Soo-yong went to Canada.[4][7][8]

In 2004, Park hosted the 2004 MBC Entertainment Awards, along with Kim Won-hee.[9] In 2005, he hosted the 41st Baeksang Arts Awards, with announcer Lee Hye-seung.[10] In 2017, Park hosted the 2017 KBS Drama Awards, along with Lee Yoo-ri and Namkoong Min.[11] In 2018, he hosted the 2018 Miss Korea pageant, alongside Yura (Girl's Day).[3][12][13]

Personal life[edit]

Park is a darts fan, having attended and participated in the Phoenix Summer Festival's dart competition, held and sponsored by the Korea Darts Association.[14][15][16][17]

In 2018, ahead of the South Korean local elections and the South Korean by-elections, Park took part in the 613 Vote and Laugh (Hangul613 투표하고 웃자) campaign, amongst other comedians such as Kang Ho-dong and Shin Dong-yup,[18][19] encouraging the South Korean public to use their vote in the elections.[20][21]

Filmography[edit]

Variety shows[edit]

Year Show Network Role Notes
2012–present Dongchimi (ko) MBN Host[22][23]
2016–present My Little Old Boy SBS Cast member[24][25][26] Episode 1–
2017 Is Separation a Big Deal? E Channel Host[27][28] Season 1–
All Broadcasting in the World MBC Cast member[29] Episode 1–9
2017–2018 Happy Together - Legendary Big Mouth KBS2 Cast member[30][31][32] Episode 502–554
2017–present Rumor Has It Channel A Host[33][34] Episode 101–

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2002 MBC Drama Awards Best TV Host/Special Award for TV MC Time Machine Won [35]
2003 MBC Entertainment Awards Excellence Award Won [36]
2004 MBC Entertainment Awards PD's Award - Variety Won [37]
2005 Baeksang Arts Awards Best Variety Performer - Male Sunday Sunday Night Nominated
2016 MBC Entertainment Awards Best Newcomer Award - Radio Choi Yoo-ra, Park Soo-hong's Now the Radio Generation Won [38][39]
SBS Entertainment Awards PD Award My Little Old Boy Won [40]
Top Excellence Award in Talk Show Nominated
2017 Baeksang Arts Awards Best Variety Performer - Male Nominated
SBS Entertainment Awards Best Couple Award (with Yoon Jung-soo) Nominated

References[edit]

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