K-Drama Actor Profile: Park Seo-Joon

Born Park Yong Kyu on December 16, 1988,  Park Seo-joon is a South Korean actor known for his roles in "Kill Me, Heal Me" (2015), "She Was Pretty (2015), "Fight For My Way" (2017), "What's Wrong With Secretary Kim" (2018), "Itaewon Class" (2020).

He also appeared in Korean films: "The Chronicles of Evil" (2015), "Midnight Runners" (2015) and "The Divine Fury" (2019).

He began his mandatory military service in 2008 and ended in 2010.

He made his acting debut in 2011 by appearing in a music video of Bang Yong-guk's single "Remember Me". He first appeared in a television drama in 2012 "Dream High 2". And had his first leading role in 2014 via "A Witch's Love".

In 2016, he starred in a historical drama, Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth, playing a young man of low birth who rose to power as a Hwarang warrior in the Silla dynasty.

He rose to popularity and became known internationally when he appeared as Ko Dong Man in the 2017 rom-com hit, "Fight For My Way", opposite Kim Ji-won. Their strong chemistry impressed viewers their CP gained lots of supporters from the Asian region.

Park Seo-joon had a guest appearance in the Oscar-winning film, Parasite (2019). 

He has three movies to film this year: "Dream", a sports film where he will be portraying a role of a soccer player turned coach. "Concrete Utopia" a disaster-thriller film based on a webtoon drama, Pleasant Bullying.

It's also reported he will appear in the MCU film, "The Marvels" in an undisclosed role.

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