Yoon Sang-hyun

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Yoon Sang-hyun
Shopaholic Louis Yoon Sanghyun.jpg
Born (1973-09-21) 21 September 1973 (age 45)
South Korea
Occupation Actor, singer
Years active 2000-present
Agent C-JeS Entertainment[1]
Spouse(s) MayBee (Kim Eun-ji; m. 2015)
Children
  • Yoon Na-gyeom
  • Yoon Na-on
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Yun Sang-hyeon
McCune–Reischauer Yun Sang-hyŏn

Yoon Sang-hyun (born September 21, 1973) is a South Korean actor and singer. He is best known for his roles in Queen of Housewives (2009), My Fair Lady (2009), Secret Garden (2011) and I Can Hear Your Voice (2013).

Career[edit]

Yoon Sang-hyun made his show business debut relatively late at age 32, in the 2005 television series Marrying a Millionaire.[2] This was followed by forgettable supporting roles, until his breakout as the immature chaebol Tae-bong in Queen of Housewives in 2009.[3] Later that year, he was cast in his first lead role as a rich woman's butler in My Fair Lady.[4]

In early 2010, Yoon released the Japanese single Saigo no Ame ("The Last Rain"), which debuted at 11th place on the Oricon Chart.[5][6] He released his second single Oath on June 24.[7]

This was followed by hit TV series Secret Garden with Kim Sa-rang (actress), in which he played the protagonist's cousin and Hallyu star Oska.[8][9][10] He released a single titled "Looking at U" for the soundtrack of the drama.[11]

In 2011, he released his Japanese debut studio album Precious Days, followed by concerts and showcases in Tokyo (February 25, 2011) and Osaka (February 27, 2011), which sold out after only one day.[12][6] He then starred in romantic comedy Can't Lose, about a lawyer couple facing their own divorce suit.[13][14]

Yoon appeared in his first major film role in 2012's Tone-deaf Clinic (released internationally as Love Clinique), playing a vocal coach who gives a tone-deaf woman voice lessons so that she can sing well in front of her crush.[15][16][17][18]

In 2013, he returned to the small screen with the popular series I Can Hear Your Voice, playing a well-meaning but bumbling cop-turned-public defender.[19] He later reunited with the director of I Can Hear Your Voice in the 2014 cable drama Gap-dong, in which he played a detective out to capture a serial killer and clear his father's name.[20] He then starred in the comedy film, My Dynamite Family.[21]

In 2016, Yoon starred in the romantic comedy drama My Horrible Boss.[22] He starred in another rom-com the same year, playing the second lead role in Shopaholic Louis.[23]

In 2017, Yoon starred in the mystery black-comedy drama, Ms. Perfect.[24]

In 2018, Yoon starred in the melodrama Let's Look at the Sunset Holding Hands alongside Han Hye-jin.[25]

Personal life[edit]

Yoon married singer MayBee (Kim Eun-ji) on February 8, 2015 at the Walkerhill Hotel in Seoul.[26] A day later, they released the duet Balsam Colors to commemorate the occasion, with sales from the digital single going to charity.[27] The couple became engaged in November 2014 after eight months of dating.[28][29] The couple's first daughter Na-gyeom was born in December 2015, while their second daughter was born in May 2017.[30][31]

Filmography[edit]

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2005 Marrying a Millionaire Yoo Jin-ha SBS
2006 Exhibition of Fireworks Kang Seung-woo MBC
Common Single Yoon Ji-heon SBS
2007 Winter Bird Joo Kyung-woo MBC
2008 The Secret of Coocoo Island[32] Chairman Yoon MBC
One Mom and Three Dads Jung Sung-min KBS2
2009 Queen of Housewives Heo Tae-joon / "Tae-bong" MBC
My Fair Lady Seo Dong-chan KBS2
2010 Secret Garden Oska SBS
2011 Can't Lose Yeon Hyung-woo MBC
2013 I Can Hear Your Voice Cha Gwan-woo SBS
2014 Gap-dong Ha Moo-yeom tvN
Pinocchio Cha Gwan-woo (cameo, episode 12)[33] SBS
2015 The Time We Were Not in Love Himself (cameo, episode 2)[34] SBS
2016 My Horrible Boss Nam Jung-gi JTBC
Shopaholic Louis Cha Joong-won MBC
2017 Ms. Perfect Koo Jung-hee KBS2
Strong Woman Do Bong-soon Charles Go (cameo)[35] JTBC
2018 Let's Look at the Sunset Holding Hands Kim Do-young MBC

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2006 Ssunday Seoul man on date (bit part)
2012 Tone-deaf Clinic Shin-heung
2014 A Dynamite Family Soo-kyo
2019 Girl Cops Mi-young's husband[36]

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2010 Family Outing 2 SBS Cast member[37]
2015 Law of the Jungle in Yap Islands SBS Cast member
2015 The Human Condition Season 2 KBS2 Cast member

Discography[edit]

Album information Track listing
Queen of Housewives OST
Track listing
  1. "네버엔딩 스토리" (Never Ending Story)
Love Virus Project
Track listing
  1. "사랑해요 (그대 Song)" (I Love You (Baby Song))
My Fair Lady OST
Track listing
  1. "사랑은 어쩔 수 없네요" (Helpless Love)
Woori Card commercial
  • Single
  • Released: August 25, 2009
Track listing
  1. "비와 당신의 이야기" (The Story of You and the Rain)
The Last Rain
Track listing
  1. "最後の雨" (Saigo No Ame / 마지막 비)
  2. "このまま気持ちさえ告げずに" (Konomama Kimochisae Tsugezuni / 이대로 마음조차 전하지 않고)
  3. "Never Ending Story" (한국어 ~New Version~)
  4. "最後の雨" (Instrumental)
  5. "このまま気持ちさえ告げずに" (Instrumental)
  6. "Never Ending Story" (Instrumental)
Oath
Track listing
  1. "誓い" (Chikai / 맹세)
  2. "夏のトランク" (Natsu no Trunk / 여름의 트렁크)
  3. "ふたりの夏物語" -Never Ending Summer- (둘만의 여름 이야기)
  4. "誓い" (맹세) (Instrumental)
  5. "夏のトランク" (여름의 트렁크) (Instrumental)
  6. "ふたりの夏物語" -Never Ending Summer- (둘만의 여름 이야기) (Instrumental)
Secret Garden OST[38]
Track listing
  1. "눈물자리" (Tear Stains) - Oska
  2. "Liar" - Oska
  3. "바라본다" (Gazing)
  4. "Here I Am" (drama version)
Precious Days
  • Album
  • Released: February 17, 2011
  • Label: Sony Music
Track listing
  1. "Precious"
  2. "最後の雨" (Saigo No Ame / 마지막 비)
  3. "君に係くまで歌うLOVE SONG2 (Kimini Todokumade Utau Love Song / 너에게 전해 질 때까지 노래하는 러브 송)
  4. "ココロのドア" (Kokoro No Door / 마음의 문)
  5. "誓い" (Chikai / 맹세)
  6. "愛しています" [한국어 버전] (Aishiteimasu / 사랑합니다) [*팀의 노래 '사랑합니다' 가창 ]
  7. "Find a paradise"
  8. "夏のトランク (Natsu No Trunk / 여름의 트렁크)
  9. "この廣い世界に" (Kono Hiroi Sekai Ni / 이 넓은 세상에)
  10. "贈り物" (Okurimono / 선물) [한국어 버전]
  11. "このまま氣持さえ告げずに" (Konomama Kimochi Sae Tsugezuni / 이대로 마음도 전하지 못하고)
  12. "明日" (Ashita / 내일)
Can't Lose OST
  • Soundtrack contribution
  • Released: September 7, 2011
Track listing
  1. "정든거 아시나요" (Do You Know I'm Used to This Feeling?)

Commercials[edit]

Year Product Notes
2005 Tudou
2009 Pizza
RGII Somang
O Hui Cosmetics with Ku Hye-sun
Korean Wells
Maxim
Raycop
2010 Digital Cable TV with Kang Ho-dong
2011 Zoo Coffee
Sonsoo with Song Joong-ki and Song Seung-heon
Hi Mart mobile
Hi Mart Refrigerator TV with T-ara
Hi Mart Laptop with T-ara
Frion Fall Collection
2013-2014 GSGM Chasecult
2013 Citizens Participation in Criminal Trials
Shin Ramyun Black with Jang Hyuk
2014 Busan Milk

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2006 SBS Drama Awards New Star Award Common Single Won
2008 2nd Korea Drama Awards Netizen Popularity Award Winter Bird, The Secret of Coocoo Island Nominated
MBC Drama Awards Best New Actor The Secret of Coocoo Island Nominated
2009 KBS Drama Awards[39] Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries My Fair Lady Nominated
Popularity Award, Actor Won
Best Couple Award with Yoon Eun-hye Won
MBC Drama Awards[40] Top Excellence Award, Actor Queen of Housewives Won
Popularity Award, Actor Nominated
Best Couple Award with Sunwoo Sun Nominated
17th Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards[41] Excellence Award, Actor Won
2010 46th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (TV) Nominated
2011 MBC Drama Awards Best Couple Award with Choi Ji-woo Can't Lose Nominated
2013 SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries I Can Hear Your Voice Nominated

References[edit]

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