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  1. SONG.KANG.HO @soompi Name: SONG KANG HO (Song Gang Ho, 송강호) Date of Birth: January 17, 1967 Status: Married Management: HODU&U Entertainment Debut: 1991 Website: songgangho.com koreanfilm.org --- Song Kang-ho (b. January 17, 1967) never professionally trained as an actor, beginning his career in social theatre groups after graduating from Kimhae High School. Later he joined Kee Kuk-seo's influential theatre company with its emphasis on instinctive acting and improvisation which proved Song's training ground. Although regularly approached to act in films, he always turned down the opportunity until taking a role as an extra in Hong Sang-soo's The Day a Pig Fell into the Well (1996). In the following year, after portraying one of the homeless in Jang Sun-woo's docu-style Bad Movie, he gained cult notoriety for his show-stealing performance in Song Neung-han's No. 3 as a gangster training a group of young recruits, winning his first Best Actor award. Since that time he's been cast in several supporting roles before before his high-profile appearance as Han Suk-kyu's secret agent partner in Kang Jae-gyu's blockbuster thriller Shiri. In early 2000, Song became a star with his first leading role in the box office smash The Foul King, for which he reputedly did most of his own stunts. But it is with his award-winning role as a North Korean sergeant in Joint Security Area that Song came to the forefront as one of Korea's leading actors. Song also starred in Park Chan-wook's acclaimed followup, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, which centers around a father's pursuit of his daughter's kidnappers. In 2002 Song starred in another major production by Myung Films, YMCA Baseball Team, about Korea's first baseball team which formed in the early 20th century. The following year he played a leading role in yet another critically-acclaimed smash hit, Memories of Murder from young director Bong Joon-ho. In 2004 Song starred in a film by debut director Im Chan-sang that imagines the life of South Korean president Park Chung-hee's personal barber. The following year he also took the lead in Antarctic Journal, a big-budget project by debut director Im Phil-sung, about an expedition in Antarctica that performed weakly at the box-office. In 2006 Song was thrust back in the spotlight, however, with a leading role in Bong Joon-ho's record-breaking creature movie The Host. The film helped to broaden international awareness of Song's talent, and indeed he beat out several of Asia's best known stars to be named Best Actor at the inaugural Asian Film Awards held in Hong Kong in March 2007. Fan tribute by OgrePsycho Complete filmography Emergency Declaration (2020}) The King's Letters (2019) Parasite (2019) Drug King (2018) A Taxi Driver (2017) The Age of Shadows (2016) The Throne / Sado (2015) The Attorney (2013) The Face Reader (2013) Snowpiercer (2013) Day trip (2012)Howling (2012) Hindsight (2011) A Little Pond (2010) Sworn Brothers / Secret Reunion (2009) Thirst (2009) The Good, The Bad, The Weird (2008) Secret Sunshine (2007) The Show Must Go On (2006) The Host (2006) Antarctic Journal (2005) The President's Barber (2004) Memories of Murder (2003) YMCA Baseball Team (2002) Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002) Joint Security Area (2000) The Foul King (2000) Shiri (1999) The Quiet Family (1998) No. 3 (1997) Bad Movie (1997) Green Fish (1997) The Day a Pig Fell into the Well (1996) IMDb --- Song Kang-ho never professionally trained as an actor, beginning his career in social theatre groups after graduating from Kimhae High School. Later he joined Kee Kuk-seo's influential theatre company with its emphasis on instinctive acting and improvisation which proved Song's training ground. Although regularly approached to act in films, he always turned down the opportunity until taking a role as an extra in Hong Sang-soo's The Day a Pig Fell into the Well (1996). In the following year, after portraying one of the homeless in Jang Sun-woo's docu-drama Timeless Bottomless Bad Movie, he gained cult notoriety for his show-stealing performance in Song Neung-han's No. 3 (1997) as a gangster training a group of young recruits, winning his first Best Actor award. Since that time he's been cast in several supporting roles before his high-profile role as Han Suk-kyu's secret agent partner in Kang Jae-gyu's blockbuster thriller Swiri (1999). In early 2000, Song became a star with his first leading role in the box office smash The Foul King, for which he reputedly did most of his own stunts. But it is with his award-winning role as a North Korean sergeant in Joint Security Area, that Song has come to the forefront as one of Korea's leading actors. Song also starred in Park Chan-wook's next feature, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, which centers around a father's pursuit of his daughter's kidnappers. In 2002 Song will be starring in another major production by Myung Film, YMCA Baseball Team, about Korea's first baseball team which formed in the early 20th century. He will also star in the second film by director Bong Joon-ho (Barking Dogs Never Bite), which is based on a true story about a vicious serial killer. AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENT 2019 - Excellence Award at 72nd Locarno International Film Festival 2017 - Best Actor at 26th Buil Film Awards, 1st Seoul Awards, 38th Blue Dragon Awards (A Taxi Driver) 2016 - Best Actor at 53th Baeksang Awards (The Age of Shadows) 2013 - Best Actor at 5th KOFRA Film Awards (The Attorney, The Face Reader, Snowpiercer) 2013 - Gallup Korea Most Outstanding Actor (Snowpiercer, The Face Reader) 2013 - Best Actor at 33rd Korean Association of Film Critics (The Face Reader) 2013 - Best Actor at 50th Daejong Film Awards 2013 (The Face Reader) 2009 - Best Actor at the 12th Directors' Cut Awards (Thirst) 2009 - Top Excellence Best Actor Award at 17th Chunsa Film Festival (Thirst) 2008 - FIPRESCI Award Best Actor at 19th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival (Secret Sunshine) 2007 - Best Actor at 10th Director's CUT Awards (Secret Sunshine) 2007 - Best Actor at 27th Critics Choice Award (The Show Must Go On) 2007 - Best Actor at 6th Korea Film Awards (Secret Sunshine) 2007 - Best Actor at 28th Blue Dragon Awards (The Show Must Go On) 2007 - Best Actor at 8th Busan Film Critics' Awards (The Show Must Go On) 2007 - Best Actor at Asian Film Awards, HKIFF (The Host) 2006 - Best Actor at 9th Director’s CUT Awards (The Host) 2004 제38회 납세자의 날 대통령표창 2003 - Best Actor at 6th Director's CUT Awards (Memories of Murder) 2003 - Best Actor at 40th Daejong Award (Memories of Murder) 2003 - Best Actor 2nd Korea Film Award (Memories of Murder) 2003 - Best Actor 11th Chunsa Film Art Award (Memories of Murder) 2003 - Best Actor 23th Critic Choice Award (Memories of Murder) 2001 - Second runner-up Best Actor Prize at Seattle International Film Festival (JSA) 2001 - Best Actor at the 38th Grand Bell Awards (JSA) 2001 - Best Actor at Deauville Asian Film Festival (JSA) 2000 - Best Actor at 3rd Director's CUT Awards (JSA) 2000 - Best Actor at Pusan Critic Award - Lee Byung-heon/Song Kang-ho (JSA) 1998 영평상 남자연기상 1997 - Best Newcomer Male at 35th Daejong Award (No 3) 1997 - Best Supporting Actor at 18th Blue Dragon Award (No 3) Sourced from wikipedia --- Song Kang-ho (born January 17, 1967 in Gimhae) is a leading South Korean film actor. A graduate of Busan Kyungsang College,[1] he started his career in theatre groups without professional training as an actor. He made his stage premiere in 1991, in the play Dongseung. In 1996 Song started appearing in film roles and his 1997 part in No. 3, as a gangster training a group of recruits, won him his first acting award, at the Blue Dragon Film Awards. Song's cachet rose with his high-profile supporting role in the 1999 box-office hit Shiri. In 2000, Song received his first leading roles as a wrestler in The Foul King and as a North Korean sergeant in Joint Security Area. In recent years he has received critical acclaim for his portrayals of a vengeful father in Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002); an incompetent rural detective in Memories of Murder (2003); a barber who dotes on his only son in The President's Barber (2004); and a semi-intelligent but doting father in the The Host (2006). He won Best Actor in the 2007 Asian Film Awards. Related pages IMDb // Wikipedia // hancinema.net Info credits to koreanfilm.org, CINE21, imdb, wikipedia, hancinema.net, naver, empas, various related sites & soompi.com movie threads; Shirley, kdramafanusa et.al
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