Sung Dong-il

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Sung Dong-il
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Born (1967-04-27) April 27, 1967 (age 51)
Incheon, South Korea
Education Yuhan Technical College – Mechanical Design
Occupation Actor
Years active 1987–present
Agent Star Entertainment
Spouse(s)
Park Kyung-hye (m. 2003)
Children 3
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Seong Dong-il
McCune–Reischauer Sŏng Dongil

Sung Dong-il (born April 27, 1967) is a South Korean actor. Sung made his acting debut in theater in 1987, then was recruited at the 1991 SBS open talent auditions. He rose to fame as the comic, Jeolla dialect-speaking character "Red Socks" in the television drama Eun-shil, though he later tried to fight typecasting by playing the son of a chaebol tycoon in Love In 3 Colors and a university professor in March. Following years of supporting roles in TV, Sung's film career was jumpstarted by hit romantic comedy 200 Pounds Beauty in 2006. Subsequently, he became one of Korean cinema's most reliable supporting actors, displaying his comic skills and easy charm in films such as Take Off, Foxy Festival, Children..., The Suicide Forecast, and The Client.[1][2][3][4] He also had major roles in The Suck Up Project: Mr. XXX-Kisser, 3D blockbuster Mr. Go, and mystery-comedy The Accidental Detective.[5][6][7][8] On the small screen, Sung garnered praise as a villain in The Slave Hunters, and a gruff but caring father in Reply 1997 and its spin-offs Reply 1994 and Reply 1988.[9]

Sung gained a new surge of popularity in 2013 when he and his son Joon starred in Dad! Where Are We Going?, a reality/variety show featuring five male celebrities and their children on camping missions; his daughter Bin also joined him for the show's second season.[10][11]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2001 Running 7 Dogs Pipe Kang
2006 200 Pounds Beauty Record company executive Choi
2007 Myodoyahwa
2008 Once Upon a Time Nightclub owner[12]
2009 Take Off Coach Bang
The Righteous Thief Song Jae-pil
2010 Hearty Paws 2 Hyeok-pil
Foxy Festival Gi-bong[13]
2011 Children... Park Kyung-sik[14]
The Suicide Forecast Manager Park Jin-seok
The Client Jang Ho-won
S.I.U. Detective Park In-moo[15]
2012 Miss Conspirator Boss Sung[16][17]
The Suck Up Project: Mr. XXX-Kisser Heo Go-soo
The Grand Heist Jang Soo-gyun[18]
Return of the Mafia Jang Seok-tae
2013 Pinocchio Gideon (Korean dubbed)
Mr. Go Seong Chung-su
Iris 2: The Movie Park Joon-han
2014 Miss Granny Ban Hyun-chul
Thread of Lies Kwak Man-ho
2015 Chronicle of a Blood Merchant Mr. Bang
Emperor's Holidays
The Accidental Detective Noh Tae-soo
Circle of Atonement Detective Lee Sang-won[19][20]
A Letter from Prison
Sacrifice Revival Report
2017 Because I Love You Detective Park[21]
The King Tae-soo's home room teacher
I'm Doing Fine in Middle School Police chief (special appearance)
Real Jo Won-geun[22]
Midnight Runners Professor Yang[23]
RV: Resurrected Victims Son Young-tae[24]
The Chase Park Pyung-dal[25]
2018 The Accidental Detective 2: In Action Noh Tae-soo[26]
Love+Sling Seong-soo[27]
The Great Battle Woo-dae[28]
Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days [29]

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1992 Gwanchon Essay SBS
1993 Faraway Songba River Private Yang Yong-cheon
1995 Korea Gate Ahn Jae-song/Kim Shin-jo
1996 The Bicycle-Riding Woman
1997 Snail
1998 Eun-shil Yang Jung-pal
1999 Love In 3 Colors Ahn Yoon-gi KBS2
2000 March Philosophy Professor SBS
Wang Rung's Land
2001 Cool Jang Myung-ho KBS2
TV Novel "Plum Sonata" KBS1
2002 Glass Slippers Mr. Chan SBS
Rustic Period Adult Gae-ko
Open Drama Man and Woman
"My Love Soon-jung"
Man-soo
2003 Drama City
"Why I Want to Get Married"
Manager KBS2
South of the Sun Choi Tae-sik SBS
Open Drama Man and Woman
"I'll Fall in Love This Fall"
Dal-woong
2004 Lovers in Paris Kang Pil-bo
2005 Best Mother
Green Rose Driver Jung Taek-soo
Fashion 70's
2006 Drama City "Scrubber No.3" Jong-gu KBS2
I Want to Love Baek Seung-tae SBS
Please Come Back, Soon-ae Airline passenger
MBC Best Theater
"A Walk Around the Neighborhood"
MBC
2007 Witch Yoo Hee Team leader Lee SBS
Blue Fish Jo Dong-man
Get Karl! Oh Soo-jung Jung Seung-gyu
New Heart Lee Seung-jae MBC
2008 Don't Be Swayed Park Ki-chul
Lawyers of the Great Republic of Korea Oh Ryu-dong
2009 Green Coach Yoon Chun-geun SBS
2010 The Slave Hunters Chun Ji-ho KBS2
My Girlfriend Is a Nine-Tailed Fox Ban Doo-hong SBS
The Fugitive: Plan B Nakamura Hwang KBS2
2011 Can't Lose Jo Jung-goo MBC
Color of Woman Park Chan-ho Channel A
2012 Reply 1997 Sung Dong-il tvN
Haeundae Lovers Impostor Prosecutor
(cameo, episode 15)
KBS2
Jeon Woo-chi Bong-goo
2013 Iris II: New Generation Park Joon-han
(guest, episodes 1-2)
Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love Jang Hyun[30] SBS
Reply 1994 Sung Dong-il tvN
2014 Gap-dong Yang Cheol-gon[31]
It's Okay, That's Love Jo Dong-min[32] SBS
2015 Reply 1988 Sung Dong-il tvN
2016 Pied Piper Police Officer (cameo)
Dear My Friends Park Gyo-soo (cameo)[33]
Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo General Park Soo-kyung[34] SBS
The K2 Police Officer (cameo) tvN
Legend of the Blue Sea Ma Dae-young[35] SBS
Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth Kim Wi-hwa[36] KBS2
2017 The Package Travel Agency President (special appearance) JTBC
2017–2018 Prison Playbook Chief Jo Ji-ho[37] tvN
2018 Live Ki Han-sol[38]
Ms. Hammurabi Han Sae-sang[39] JTBC
Your Honor Sa Ma-ryong[40] SBS

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2006-2008 Good Day MBC Co-host
2006-2007 Choi Hong-man and Strong Friends KBS2 Cast member
2007 Delicious Asia KBS2
Grand Prix Show – Bad Dad Club KBS2
Brain Power Plant Q MBC
2008 Dream of Goose OBS
2010 Win Win KBS2
2013-2015 Dad! Where Are We Going? MBC Cast member
2013 Saturday's Generation to Generation
– Star Plus
KBS2
2014-2015 Off to School jTBC Cast member
(episodes 1-25, 27-33)

Discography[edit]

Album information Track listing
Red Socks Trot Medley (Romance Blues for Young-sook)[41]
  • Album
  • Released: May 10, 1999
  • Label: Doremi
Track listing
  1. 순정블루스 (Romance Blues)
  2. 쌈바의 여인 (Lady Ssamba)
  3. 다함께 차차차 (Cha Cha Cha Together)
  4. 찬찬찬 (Chan Chan Chan)
  5. 사랑은 나비인가봐 (Love Is Like a Butterfly)
  6. 남행열차 (South-bound Train)
  7. 봉선화 연정 (Garden Balsam Love)
  8. 신라의 달밤 (Moonlight of Silla)
  9. 뜨거운 안녕 (Hot Greetings)
  10. 순정블루스 (Romance Blues)
  11. 고향역 (Hometown Station)
  12. 소양강 처녀 (A Girl in Soyang River)
  13. 부산 갈매기 (Busan Seagulls)
  14. 옥경이 (Ok-gyeong)
  15. 베사메무쵸 (Besame Mucho)
  16. 불효자는 웁니다 (Undutiful Son Is Crying)
  17. 차표 한 장 (A Ticket)
  18. 순정블루스 (Romance Blues)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2005 MBC Drama Awards Special Award, MC category 정보토크 팔방미인 Won
2009 17th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Supporting Actor Take Off Won
30th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated
2010 7th Max Movie Awards[42] Best Supporting Actor Won
KBS Drama Awards[43] Best Supporting Actor The Slave Hunters, The Fugitive: Plan B Won
2013 SBS Drama Awards[44] Excellence Award, Actor in a Drama Special Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love Won
2014 SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries It's Okay, That's Love Won
2016 SBS Drama Awards Special Acting Award, Actor in a Fantasy Drama The Legend of the Blue Sea Won

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Lee, Hyo-won (23 July 2009). "Exhilarating Take-Off in Korean Sports Drama". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2013-06-24. 
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