Han Suk Kyu Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Han Suk Kyu is a 57-years-old South Korean Actor from the South Korea. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

Han Suk Kyu Biography – Wiki

According to the wiki and biography of Han Suk Kyu was born on November 3, 1964 in South Korea. let’s check out the Han’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

Fast Facts You Need To Know

2020

In 2020, Han reprised his role of Teacher Kim in Dr. Romantic 2.

2019

In 2019, Han starred in OCN’s thriller drama Watcher as a detective.

2016

Han bounced back with the hit medical drama Dr. Romantic, written by acclaimed screenwriter Kang Eun-kyung. The drama garnered over 20% viewership ratings, and Han received positive reviews for his performance. He also won the Grand Prize (Daesang) Award at the 2016 SBS Drama Awards.

2014

Before the end of the 20th century, Han headlined films that were critically acclaimed (Green Fish, No. 3) and commercially successful (The Contact, Christmas in August, Shiri — the latter two making particular impact in Japan).

2013

In 2013, Han starred in the action thriller film The Berlin File, playing a South Korean agent. He then starred in musical film My Paparotti, playing a music teacher who is stuck in a rut until he meets a delinquent teenager.

2011

He won the Grand Prize (Daesang) at the 2011 SBS Drama Awards, for his lead role as King Sejong in the historical drama Deep Rooted Tree (2011). He won the Grand Prize (Daesang) Award again in 2016, for his performance as Master Kim in the hit medical drama Dr. Romantic (2016). He reprised his role in Dr. Romantic 2 (2020).

Han returned to the spotlight with his performance in historical drama Deep Rooted Tree, where his performance of King Sejong earned him the Grand Award at the 2011 SBS Drama Awards.

2006

He remained self-managed until as late as 2006, before joining the KM Culture agency due to increased regimentation of the industry. Making 2006 a busy year, Han starred in period sex comedy Forbidden Quest, followed by black comedy film A Bloody Aria and melodrama film Solace. Stylish thrillers followed, where Han starred alongside Cha Seung-won in Eye for an Eye and Son Ye-jin in the adaptation of Keigo Higashino novel of White Night. Han then starred in Villain and Widow with Kim Hye-soo.

2003

Han returned in 2003 with espionage film Double Agent. The film, which netted one million admissions, was seen as a failure for a star labeled by the media as “box office guarantee.” This was followed by a sizable backlash from netizens and the press, who rushed to bury the co-self-produced spy thriller as the public disgrace of a former golden boy.

1999

Han went into an extended hiatus in 1999, declining several lucrative opportunities with name directors as he suffered disc problem.

1990

After a debut in the 1990 MBC campus drama Our Paradise, Han rose to stardom as “Hong-shik” in The Moon of Seoul (1994), a charming gigolo from the slums determined to attain wealth at all cost in the big city. “Choon-seop”, an old friend from hometown played by Choi Min-sik, struggles hopelessly to stop “Hong-shik” from his self-ruin. The partnership of Han and Choi as uneasy allies or foes, parlayed into two flagship films of the 1990s: No. 3 and Shiri. Both the series and “Hong-shik” character have since become beloved icons, as part of the Korean television’s golden era before the advent of Korean Wave.

Han’s experience in the early stages of Korean cinema renaissance in the 1990s, cemented his belief in a script-driven model for movie-making. Thus the founding of “Makdong Script Festival” (named after his role in Green Fish), with co-sponsor film magazine Cine 21. Winners may claim two cash prizes funded by Han, with the potential to launch directing careers based from their own scripts. The annual contest is now extant over 10 years, with two titles produced so far: the comedy 2424 (2002) and Private Eye (2009) starring Hwang Jung-min.

1964

Han Suk-kyu (born November 3, 1964) is a South Korean actor. One of the leading actors of Korean cinema, Han’s notable works include Green Fish (1997), No. 3 (1997), Christmas in August (1998), Shiri (1999), The Scarlet Letter (2004), and The President’s Last Bang (2005).

BirthName, Nickname, and Profession

So first, let’s take a look at some personal details of Han, like name, nickname, and profession.

Real Name Han Suk-kyu
Nickname Han
Profession Actor


Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace


Age (2021) 57 Years
Birthplace Seoul
Date Of Birth November 3, 1964
Sunsign Scorpio
Hometown Seoul
Food Habits Not Available
Nationality South Korean


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Han Suk Kyu Personal Life, Spouse, Wife


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Marital Status Married
Wife Myung Ju Im
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Children 2


Han Suk-kyu Net Worth


The Han Suk-kyu Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.


Monthly Income/Salary (approx.) $80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.) $4 million- $6 million USD


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