Sohee Park

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Sohee Park
Born (1975-12-19) December 19, 1975 (age 42)
Years active2002–present
Korean name
Revised RomanizationBak So-hui
McCune–ReischauerPak Sohŭi

Sohee Park (born December 19, 1975) is a stage, film and television actor. He is Zainichi Korean active in the Japanese and American market.


He was born December 19, 1975, in Joetsu, Niigata, Japan, to Korean parents. After graduating from Waseda University, he joined Bungaku-za theater company. While there, he made a major impact in the Tokyo theater world with his starring role of Max in Bent (2002, dir. Robert Allan Ackerman). After starring in many plays and films in Tokyo, Sohee started appearing in American films. In The Ramen Girl (2008), he played the love interest of Brittany Murphy. He is fluent in Japanese, English and Korean.


Year Film Role Notes
2003 The Reagans Tony's Assistant TV movie
2006 Filthy Gorgeous Young Korean Lover TV series(pilot)
46-okunen no koi Prisoner Japanese film, directed by Takashi Miike
Wagahai wa shufu de aru Korean Interpreter Japanese TV series (one episode)
Keijiro engawa nikki 3 Yomokichi Japanese TV series (three episodes)
2007 SP = SECURITY POLICE Numata Japanese TV series (three episodes)
Purukogi Chinese Gangster Japanese film, directed by Su-yeon Gu
2008 Tokyo! Guy in the movie theater Directed by Michel Gondry
Toppu sêrusu Hiro Yamakawa Japanese TV series (three episodes)
Chameleon Ushihara Japanese film, directed by Junji Sakamoto
Gonzô: Densetsu no keiji Gangster Japanese TV series (one episodes)
2008 The Ramen Girl Toshi Iwamoto Directed by Robert Allan Ackerman
2011 The Depths Gilsu Directed by Ryusuke Hamaguchi
Pure Asia Revolutionary Directed by Ikki Katashima


  • Bent (2002)
  • Angels in America (2004)
  • Desire under the Elms (2004)
  • Three Sisters (2004)
  • Blood Wedding (2006)
  • Angels in America (revival, 2007)
  • Balm in Gilead (2008)
  • 1945 (2008)
  • The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (2009)
  • Strangers on a Train (2009)
  • The Ramen Girl (2008)

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