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Song Kang-ho is a South Korean actor who debuted in the film The Day a Pig Fell into the Well in 1996 and rose to national popularity with a string of critically praised roles in films such as No. 3, Joint Security Area, Sympathy for Song gained international acclaim for his roles in Snowpiercer (2013) and Parasite (2019), the latter of which won the Cannes Film Festival’s Palme d’Or and the Academy Award for Best Picture.
He was named #6 in The New York Times’ list of the 25 Greatest Actors of the Twenty-First Century in 2020. He’s also won four times the Gallup Korea Film Actor of the Year award. Song joined Kee Kuk-theatre seo’s troupe, which stressed improvisation and instinctive performance. He made his stage debut in 1991 in the play A Little Monk and worked as a theatre actor for the next ten years.
Despite being approached to act in films on a regular basis, he always declined until taking a role as an extra in Hong Sang-The soo’s Day a Pig Fell into the Well in 1996. He rose to cult fame for his role as a gangster training a group of young recruits in Song Neung-No. han’s 3, for which he won his first acting award at the Blue Dragon Film Awards.
His award-winning portrayal as a North Korean sergeant in Joint Security Area in 2000 cemented his place as one of South Korea’s finest actors. Song also appeared in Park Chan-critically wook’s praised sequel, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, about a father’s search for his daughter’s captors.  Song starred in another significant Myung Films film, YMCA Baseball Team, in 2002, about Korea’s first baseball team, which was created in the early twentieth century. In 2003, he starred as an inept rural detective in another critically praised success from rookie director Bong Joon-ho, Memories of Murder.
It was the first of numerous critically lauded films they would collaborate on, with observers calling Bong and Song’s connection as a “wonderful actor-director cooperation.” Song featured in the 2004 film The President’s Barber, directed by debutante Im Chan-sang and based on the life of South Korean President Park Chung-personal hee’s barber. The next year, he also starred in Antarctic Journal, a big-budget film directed by debutant Yim Pil-sung about an Antarctic expedition that bombed at the box office.
With a prominent role in Bong Joon-record-breaking ho’s alien film The Host in 2006, Song was propelled back into the spotlight. Song’s ability was recognised internationally thanks to the film, and he was nominated Best Actor at the inaugural Asian Film Awards in Hong Kong in March 2007. Following that came a slew of high-profile projects: The Show Must Go On, a film about an elderly mobster,
Lee Chang-Secret dong’s Sunshine, a Manchurian western by Kim Jee-woon The Good, the Bad, and the Weird, Park Chan-vampire wook’s drama Thirst, in which he appeared fully naked in front of the camera, the North–South spy thriller Secret Reunion, the gangster love storey Hindsight, the suspense film Howling, and the English-language Song has continued to star in critically acclaimed films such as The Throne, a historical picture that puts a new spin on King Yeongjo and Prince Sado’s romance,
The Age of Shadows, a period action thriller, and A Taxi Driver, a film on the 1980 Gwangju Democratization Movement. He most recently starred in the critically acclaimed film Parasite, directed by his longtime partner Bong Joon-ho, which was the first South Korean film to win the Palme d’Or and In 2021, he was chosen as one of nine judges for the 74th Cannes Film Festival’s competition division. Song married Hwang Jang-suk () in 1995 and they had two children together. Despite Song’s objections, their son, Song Jun-pyoung, was a former football player for Suwon Samsung Bluewings. Ju-yeon is the name of their daughter.
PERSONAL PROFILE: Kang-ho Song
- Full Name: Kang-ho Song
- Real Name: Kang-ho Song
- Date of Birth: January 17, 1967
- Age: 54
- Birth Sign: Capricorn
- Place of Birth: Gim-hae, South Gyeongsang Povince, South Korea
- Profession: Actor
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