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Song Seung-heon

Song Seung Hun, born October 5, 1976 in Seoul, South Korea, is a model, singer and actor.

Song started his career as a model in 1995, modeling for the jeans brand STORM, and began acting in sitcoms and TV dramas in 1996.

Song is noted for his roles in Korean dramas like East of Eden, Autumn in My Heart (2000) and Summer Scent.

In 2004 Song appeared in two films, but neither was judged to be a success. Ice Rain, shot in the Canadian Rockies, failed to enthuse viewers with its mixture of mountaineering and melodrama, while He Was Cool, based on an internet novel, proved unable to compete with Harry Potter and other films from the 2004 summer season.

In late 2004, just as he was getting ready to start shooting another high profile TV drama, it was revealed that the actor had illegally avoided his compulsory military service by taking a drug that made him fail the military"s health test. Amidst the press coverage and scandal this aroused, Song agreed to immediately serve his two-year term in the military.

Song, during his late teenage years, successfully evaded compulsory army service by claiming to have severe diabetes and high blood pressure. At 28, his claim was discovered by the South Korean government to be false, and he was forced to serve the army for two years. Song, in an apparent show of guilt, publicly apologized and began his service. Despite pleas from his fans to the South Korean government, the government feared that giving clemency to Song would spark off riots and strikes (due to peoples' displeasure at his act). In the end, Song temporarily dropped acting to serve the army until 2006, although he was diagnosed with high blood pressure. Song was discharged on November 15 as a Corporal.

In 2009, he created his own management company, Storm S, which also manages actresses Lee Young Ae and Kim Jung Eun.

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Song Seung-heon Profile: Song Seung-heon Facts and Ideal Type

Song Seung-heon (송승헌) is a South Korean actor under King Kong by Starship Entertainment. 

Name: Song Seung-heon (송승헌)
Birthday: October 05, 1976
Zodiac Sign: Libra
Height: 180cm (5′10″)
Weight: 73kg (161 lbs)
Blood Type: B
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Song Seung-heon Facts:
– His hometown is Seoul, Gangbuk District, South Korea.
– He has a brother and a sister. Seung-heon is the youngest.
– Education: Seoul Younghoon Elementary School, Seoul National University Middle School, Younghoon High School.
– He majored in Visual Media & Art.
– Religion: Protestantism.
– His hobbies are watching movies, collecting DVDs, and playing games.
– His specialties are skiing and swimming.
– He debuted as a model in 1995.
– Before his debut in 1995, he worked part-time at a cafe.
– He is best friends with actor So Ji-sub.
– In 2002, he dated a former Fin.K.L member Sung Yu-ri.
– He created his own management company under the name Storm S Company in 2009.
– He is a fan of comedian Park Na Rae. He said she’s beautiful and once was interested in going on a date with her, forgetting later that he said something like that. [I Live Alone]
– He was dating actress Liu Yifei since 2015. They’ve broken up in 2018.
– In 2015 there went a rumor based on a wedding photo that he got married which he denied in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
– He wants his wedding to be a surprise and do it very quietly. He thinks Won Bin‘s marriage was a great idea as it was a time for the two of them and the closest people.
– He is against dating in public. He won’t announce his relationship status unless he gets caught.
– There is a Chinese guy who has gone to countless plastic surgeons in Guangzhou to look like Seung-heon. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, a reporter showed a photo of him to Seung-heon getting a response that he looks handsome.
– When it comes to taking care of himself, he goes to dermatologist 4 times a week, uses 3 to 4 facial masks, and gets massages 5 times a week. [Entertainment Weekly]
– He met model Jang Yoon-ju in 1998 when shooting a jeans catalog.
– When he was younger he was into girls with Jang Yoon-ju style but his taste changed since then. [Star Date 2012]
– Whenever he was asked what actress he wants to work with, his answer was always Ha Ji-won.
– For him, the most memorable film that he was cast in was Three Guys and Three Girls (1996).
– He has his own wax figure at the new K-wave zone at Madame Tussauds Singapore alongside Lee Min-ho, Kim Woo-bin, and Bea Suzy. [Website]
– He owns a Blacksmith Sinsa Restaurant that was opened on December 22, 2011. [YouTube]
– When he was little, his first dream was to manage a hotel with his name on it.
– In an interview from 2014 he said “I’m still looking forward to meeting my destiny, my true love. I don’t think I have met her, and if she is out there, I just hope she comes to find me soon.” [YouTube]
– He can’t really say that he has a huge affection for something.
– He feels like his first love was at first sight in high school. He describes this moment as “I saw her and she saw me, and there was this lighting. There was this complete silence and it was very special. That’s how I remember it.”, he also adds “Yes, it ended and we moved on. But I hope I can find another one like that. Because I have experienced it and I know how it feels, I know this is what I am looking for”.
– After becoming an artist he hasn’t seen his first love nor a picture of her. But he was curious how she changed over the years, asking about her and heard that she is now happily married.
– He can’t really see himself as a husband or father so when that moment comes, it will be a huge step for him.
– In 2015 he revealed that he believes he will get married before his close friend, actor So Ji Sub. Ji Sub got married first in 2020.
– He was an average student that studied very hard.
– He uses a very loud phone alarm because nothing quieter can wake him up. [I Live Alone]
– He eats colostrum in powder, then drinks water. [I Live Alone]
– He tries to eat an apple every day. He says it tastes good in the morning. [I Live Alone]
– He can break apples in half with bare hands. [I Live Alone]
– He was a member of a vocal ensemble as the second tenor in high school. [I Live Alone]
– When he doesn’t work out, he doesn’t feel well. So he tries to work out whenever he has time. [I Live Alone]
– He loves ballad songs (mellow and sweet) and hates loud music. [I Live Alone]
– One of the best things he has done in his life is quitting smoking. He is really glad he did that in 2005. [I Live Alone]
– He can break an egg with one hand. [I Live Alone]
– He makes protein shakes with chicken breast, honey, dried kelp powder, noni powder, broccoli powder. He says it tastes nutty and you can get used to it. [I Live Alone]
– He cooks chicken breast in the microwave.
– He enjoys watching “I Live Alone”.
– He used to like the instant coffee mix that contains sugar and creamer. One day he received a grinder as a gift and developed a habit of drinking black coffee. He can’t stand the taste of instant coffee anymore and drink a cup or two of black coffee every day. [I Live Alone]
– He listens to songs by Paul Kim, Queen, among many others.
– He really likes water. He loves to swim, he loves the ocean, and his mood improves dramatically when it rains.
– He owns the driving license.
– When he was younger, he used to go fishing with his uncle. He caught fishes that were 60cm~70cm.
– He says that he is the best at making tteokbokki.
– He plays yutnori with his own rules.
– Song Seung-heon’s Ideal Type: “I get a lot of questions about what I am looking for in a partner. But I don’t really have anything in particular, if she comes to me and I like her then she will become who I am looking for. I think about my first love a lot because it was impactful. I hope, I can fall in love like I was then. But if I have to be particular, I am looking for someone who is pure. She doesn’t have to be too pretty. I like someone who is calm, pure, and feminine. I think I like women like that.” [TODAYonline 2014]

Song Seung-heon in Movies:
Air Strike (대폭격) | 2018 – An Ming Xun / An Ming He
Man of Will (대장 김창수) | 2017 – Kang Hyung Shik
The Third Way of Love (제3의 사랑) | 2015 – Lin Qi Zheng
Wonderful Nightmare (미쓰 와이프) | 2015 – Sung Hwan
Obsessed (인간중독) | 2014 – Colonel Kim Jin Pyung
Lucid Dreaming | 2011 (short film)
Ghost: In Your Arms Again (ゴースト もういちど抱きしめたい) | 2010 – Kim Jun-ho
A Better Tomorrow (무적자) | 2010 – Lee Young-choon
Fate (숙명) | 2008 – Kim Woo-min
He Was Cool (그 놈은 멋있었다) | 2004 – Ji Eun-sung
Ice Rain (빙우) | 2004 – Han Woo-sung
So Close (버추얼 웨폰) | 2002 – Yen
Make It Big (일단 뛰어) | 2002 – Seong-hwan
Calla (카라) | 1999 – Kim Sun-woo

Song Seung-heon in Drama Series:
Dinner Mate (저녁 같이 드실래요?) | 2020, MBC – Kim Hae-kyeong
The Great Show (위대한 쇼) | 2019, tvN – Wie Dae-Han
Player (플레이어) | 2018, OCN – Kang Ha-ri
Black (블랙) | 2017, OCN – Han Moo-gang (Detective) / Black (Grim Reaper #444)
Saimdang, Memoir of Colors (사임당, 빛의 일기) | 2017, SBS – Lee Gyeom
When a Man Falls in Love (남자가 사랑할 때) | 2013, MBC – Han Tae-sang
Dr. Jin (타임슬립 닥터 진) | 2012, MBC – Jin Hyuk
My Princess (마이 프린세스) | 2011, MBC – Park Hae-young
East of Eden (에덴의 동쪽) | 2008, MBC – Lee Dong-chul
Summer Scent (여름향기) | 2003 , KBS2 – Yoo Min-woo
Law Firm (로펌) | 2001, SBS – Jung Young-woong
Autumn in My Heart (가을 동화) | 2000, KBS2 – Yoon Joon-seo
Popcorn (팝콘) | 2000, SBS – Lee Young-hoon
Love Story: “Message” (러브스토리) | 1999, SBS – Joon Sung (ep. 3-4)
Happy Together (해피 투게더) | 1999, SBS – Seo Ji-suk
Winners (승부사) | 1998, SBS – Jeong Min Soo
You and I (그대 그리고 나) | 1997, MBC – Park Min-kyu
Beautiful Lady (아름다운 그녀) | 1997, SBS
Three Guys and Three Girls (남자셋 여자셋) | 1996, MBC – Seong-heon

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Which of the following Song Seung-heon's roles is your favorite?
  • Han Moo-gang/Black (Black) 36%, 63 votes

    63 votes36%

    63 votes - 36% of all votes

  • Kim Hae-kyeong (Dinner Mate) 18%, 32 votes

    32 votes18%

    32 votes - 18% of all votes

  • Kang Ha-ri (Player) 13%, 22 votes

    22 votes13%

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  • Park Hae-young (My Princess) 11%, 19 votes

    19 votes11%

    19 votes - 11% of all votes

  • Wie Dae-Han (The Great Show) 8%, 14 votes

    14 votes8%

    14 votes - 8% of all votes

  • Sung Hwan (Wonderful Nightmare) 7%, 12 votes

    12 votes7%

    12 votes - 7% of all votes

  • Other (Leave the title in comments!) 6%, 11 votes

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  • Ji Eun-sung (He Was Cool) 2%, 3 votes

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All The Handsome Looks Song Seung-Heon Has Served In 25 Years

He may not be your typical fair and glass-skinned Korean actor, but you've got to admit—the guy is on a league of his own! Scroll through the gallery below to see all the roles he's played, and all the handsome, sometimes sexy, sometimes rough around the edges transformations he's evolved through:

Song Seung-heon Evolution

Song Seung-heon Evolution

Song Seung-heon Evolution

By Metro.StyleOctober 08 2021, 12:50 PM

Modeling (1995)

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Modeling (1995)

Seung-heon found his beginnings in the industry as a model, and it comes as no surprise as his 5'11 modelesque frame is practically a given. This face-framing haircut was all the rage in the '90s!

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Calla (1996)

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Calla (1996)

Song finally made his feature film debut in Calla, where he played Kim Sun-woo, a man who travels back in time to save the woman he loves. You won't believe us if we told you his 1996 self hasn't changed a bit now that it's 2020—youth must be abundant in his genes!

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Calla (1996)

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Calla (1996)

We're all familiar with this '90s hairstyle, one where guys' locks are super shiny and straight, and parted down the middle—apparently Seung-hon wasn't exempted from this trend!

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Autumn in My Heart (2000)

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Autumn in My Heart (2000)

Playing alongside K-Drama royalty Song Hye-yo, Seung-heon stars in this romantic drama where we see him sporting the brushed up look—one 'do we'll be seeing way more of in the years to come!

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Make It Big (2002)

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Make It Big (2002)

Seung-hon finds himself dabbling in comedy in the film 'Make It Big'. We see him rocking a rather coiffed, teased hairdo that's pretty old-fashioned if you ask us.

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Make It Big (2002)

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Make It Big (2002)

By this time, we already see great promise in Song's career—being a handsome idol that can play varied characters.

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So Close (2002)

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So Close (2002)

Song has captured the hearts of fans in Hong Kong by this time, hence the Chinese movie 'So Close', where he stars alongside actresses Karen Mok, Shu Qi, and Zhao Wei. Now how about a man whose brows are groomed to perfection?

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Summer Scent (2003)

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Summer Scent (2003)

We find Song acting alongside another one of our favorites, Queen of Melodrama Son Ye-jin in 2003 K-drama series 'Summer Scent', where we see him sporting colored and highlighted long, wavy locks, perfectly suited for the show's rural setting.

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The Guy Was Cool (2004)

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The Guy Was Cool (2004)

Song goes back to his face-framing cut with piece-y bangs in 2004 film 'The Guy Was Cool'. He plays the handsome bully Ji Eun-sung, complete with rugged denim jacket and cool kid accessories!

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Military Service (2004-2006)

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Military Service (2004-2006)

Song takes a bit of a break to join the South Korean military at age 28, and finds himself with the rank of corporal upon accomplishment of duty.

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East of Eden (2008)

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East of Eden (2008)

Song makes a comeback in action-packed TV Series 'East of Eden', where he won the Daesang Award at the MBC Drama Awards. He is rough around the edges, often with facial hair and wound marks, certainly not typical of a Hallyu idol—but we're not complaining!

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Fate (2008)

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Fate (2008)

Continuing his action streak, he starred in 'Fate', still with that face-framing jet black hair and wound marks that make him look every bit the tough guy.

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A Better Tomorrow (2010)

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A Better Tomorrow (2010)

A remake of the 1986 Hong Kong film 'A Better Tomorrow', the movie showcases Song in '80s garb and a long-back haircut to boot—showing off a sexier side for audiences to enjoy!

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Ghost: In Your Arms Again (2010)

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Ghost: In Your Arms Again (2010)

In this Japanese flick, we continue to see Song rocking the long-back haircut, this time with a bit of highlight here and there. He looks every bit the leading man in this Japanese remake of the 1990 American film 'Ghost'.

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My Princess (2011)

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My Princess (2011)

Moving on to lighter, happier roles, Seung-heon plays alongside Kim Tae-hee in his first romantic comedy. This is where we see him in a more regal look, complete with a polished 'do and flawless skin.

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Lucid Dream (2012)

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Lucid Dream (2012)

When DVDs were all the rage, Song took the chance to shoot this 30-minute short film for his Chinese and Japanese fans, where we see him sporting a spiky hairstyle that was trendy at the time.

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Dr. Jin (2012)

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Dr. Jin (2012)

Every experienced Korean actor may have done his fair share of historical dramas, and in 'Dr. Jin', Song plays a cold-hearted surgeon who travels back in time. This may be the first time we see Song with long bangs and a ponytail.

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Dr. Jin (2012)

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Dr. Jin (2012)

In his modern-day role as the surgeon, Song goes short with a spiky 'do, perfectly fitting for this Japanese manga series adaptation.

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When a Man's In Love (2013)

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When a Man's In Love (2013)

Facial hair, anyone? Seung-hon ramps up the sexiness factor in this TV series where he plays a gangster who transforms for the one he loves.

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Obsessed (2013)

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Obsessed (2013)

At this point we have to admit that we already have a favorite Seung-heon look, and that has got to be the slicked-back hair look, as it definitely brings out his strong facial features, as seen in this erotic period film 'Obsessed'.

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The Third Way of Love (2015)

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The Third Way of Love (2015)

With the aim to please his Chinese fans, Song plays the role of Lin Qizheng in the film 'The Third Way of Love'. We continue to see him in a dapper gentleman look, complete with perfectly waxed tresses.

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Wonderful Nightmare (2015)

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Wonderful Nightmare (2015)

At this point, Song will appear to not age even as the years roll by, only playing with different hairstyles but still looking the handsome actor we fell in love with earlier on.

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Saimdang: Memoir of Colors (2016)

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Saimdang: Memoir of Colors (2016)

In this period drama, Song plays the role of a a Joseon era aristocrat and painter, complete with a mustache and beard—his first venture into going all-out on facial hair.

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Black (2017)

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Black (2017)

Being a grim reaper never looked this good! Song acts in this fantasy thriller alongside the beautiful Go Ara, and gives justice to the role not just with his acting skills but his equally mysterious vibe.

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Man of Will (2017)

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Man of Will (2017)

While we do love a man in uniform, we will go on to say that we love seeing Seung-hon in practically everything, especially if it's a tailored jacket paired with a sleek hairstyle like this. He gives us tough guy vibes yet again, as he plays the role of a prison director.

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Air Strike (2018)

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Air Strike (2018)

In this Chinese action war drama, Seung-heon stars with Hollywood giants Bruce Willis and Adrien Brody, and gives justice to the role of fighter pilot. Nothing much changes in his look, and we're convinced that this man can do no wrong.

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The Player (2018)

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The Player (2018)

Song heads back to the small screen in TV series 'The Player', where he plays the role of a con artist. At 42, we can definitely say this man has reached fine wine status.

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The Great Show (2019)

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The Great Show (2019)

In this political comedy drama, Song plays the role of Wie Dae-han, a politician who took in a a young girl and her siblings when their mother died. As regal-looking as he always has been, Seung-hon sets the tone for his most recent drama, Dinner Mate.

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Dinner Mate (2020)

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Dinner Mate (2020)

And now for all of us Seung-heon fan girls, Dinner Mate is perhaps one of the most feel-good K-dramas of the year, and him being the charmer that he is, gives us an awesome good time by being easy on the eye. He plays a psychiatrist who falls in love with a digital content producer, played by the charming Seo Ji-hye. If he looks THIS great at 43, we can't wait to see what he looks like in the years to come!

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Modeling is in his DNA.

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Look: Why Liu Yifei and Song Seung-Heon broke-up?? The truth is here;

Song Seung Heon

  • Name: Song Seung Heon
  • Native name: 송승헌
  • Also Known as: Song Seung Hun;
  • Nationality: South Korean
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: October 5, 1976
  • Age: 45
Song Seung Hun, born in Seoul, South Korea, is a South Korean model, singer and actor.

Song started his career as a model in 1995, modelling for the jeans brand STORM, and began acting in sit-coms and TV dramas in 1996. Song is noted for his roles in Korean dramas like East of Eden, Autumn in My Heart (2000) and Summer Scent.

In 2004, Song appeared in two films, but neither was judged to be a success. Ice Rain, shot in the Canadian Rockies, failed to enthuse viewers with its mixture of mountaineering and melodrama, while He Was Cool, based on an internet novel, proved unable to compete with Harry Potter and other films from the 2004 summer season.

In late 2004, just as he was getting ready to start shooting another high profile TV drama, it was revealed that the actor had illegally avoided his compulsory military service by taking a drug that made him fail the military"s health test. Amidst the press coverage and scandal that aroused, Song agreed to immediately serve his two-year term in the military.

Song, during his late teenage years, successfully evaded compulsory army service by claiming to have severe diabetes and high blood pressure. At 28, his claim was discovered by the South Korean government to be false, and he was forced to serve the army for two years. Song, in an apparent show of guilt, publicly apologised and began his service. Despite pleas from his fans to the South Korean government, the government feared that giving clemency to Song would spark off riots and strikes (due to peoples' displeasure at his act). In the end, Song temporarily dropped acting to serve the army until 2006, although he was diagnosed with high blood pressure. Song was discharged on November 15th as a Corporal.

In 2009, he created his own management company, Storm S, which also manages actresses Lee Young Ae and Kim Jung Eun.

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Song Seung-heon

South Korean actor

In this Korean name, the family name is Song.

Song Seung-heon (Korean: 송승헌; born October 5, 1976) is a South Korean model and actor. He has acted in various television dramas, notably Autumn in My Heart (2000), East of Eden (2008), My Princess (2011), Black (2017), Player (2018), The Great Show (2019), and Dinner Mate (2020). His latest on-screen appearance was in the fourth season of Voice (2021).[1]

Career[edit]

1995–2004: Beginnings and Pan-asia stardom[edit]

Song Seung-heon began his career in 1995 as a model for the jeans brand STORM, and first became known to viewers in the popular sitcomThree Guys, Three Girls in 1996.[2] The following year he debuted as an actor. His feature film debut came in 1999 in the film Calla co-starring Kim Hee-sun.[3][4]

True stardom came to Song in late 2000, with the broadcast of the hugely popular TV drama Autumn in My Heart. The romantic melodrama series was a ratings success, pioneering a trend in Korean melodramatic series and launching a fever that is commonly referred to as the "Korean Wave" and leading to Song becoming a Hallyu star.[5] Since then he has been actively recruited for film roles and advertisements in Japan, Hong Kong and other Asian countries.[6][4]

In 2002, Song starred in the action comedy Make It Big by director Cho Ui-seok,[7][8] and also in the Hong Kong film So Close with actresses Karen Mok, Shu Qi and Zhao Wei.[9]

Song further solidified his status as a Hallyu (Korean Wave) star in 2003 with Summer Scent, co-starring Son Ye-jin.[10][5] The series is the third "season-themed" Yoon Seok-ho TV drama after Autumn in My Heart and Winter Sonata, but did not become as popular as the ones that preceded it.[4]

In 2004, Song appeared in two films, but neither was a success: Ice Rain,[11] shot in the Canadian Rockies, failed to enthuse viewers with its mixture of mountaineering and melodrama, while He Was Cool,[12] based on an internet novel by Guiyeoni, was unable to compete with Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and other films from the 2004 summer season.[4]

2005–2007: Enlistment and scandal[edit]

Meanwhile, in late 2004, just as he was getting ready to start shooting another high-profile TV drama Sad Love Story, it was revealed that the actor had illegally avoided his compulsory military service by submitting tainted urine samples that suggested he was suffering from certain illnesses and was thus unfit for the army.[13][14] Amidst the press coverage and scandal this aroused, Song agreed to immediately serve his two-year term in the military.[15][16] Song was discharged on November 15, 2006 with the rank of corporal, to much fanfare and media attention.[17][18][19] For a time he kept a low profile, trying to gauge public opinion on his return to the entertainment world.[20]

2008–2013: Comeback[edit]

For his comeback, Song took on a tough image, playing aggressive and masculine roles in the 2008 drama East of Eden,[21] which he won the "Daesang" (Grand Prize) for at the MBC Drama Awards. He also starred in the action film Fate,[22][23] and the 2010 remake A Better Tomorrow.[24][25]

His popularity in Japan continued, and in 2010 he starred in Ghost remake Ghost: In Your Arms Again with Matsushima Nanako.[26][27][28]

In 2011, Song starred in My Princess opposite Kim Tae-hee, his first romantic comedy.[29] He considers the series a turning point in his career, saying, "Previously, I took on characters living a life full of ups and downs. For me, Hae-young was the first character that was so rich, bright and cheerful. I felt much lighter while acting the character."[30][31]

His 30-minute short filmLucid Dreaming, helmed by director Chang of 2008 feature Death Bell, was shot particularly for his fans in China and Japan and released on DVD in early 2012.[32][33][34]

Based on the original comic by Motoka Murakami and previously dramatized in Japan, in 2012's Dr. Jin Song played the titular smart and cold-hearted surgeon who takes a journey back through time to the late 19th century Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910).[35][36] He then played a cold-hearted loan shark and gangster who morphs into a successful businessman for his love in 2013 melodrama When a Man Falls in Love.[37][38][39]

2014–present: Mature roles[edit]

In 2014, Song starred in Kim Dae-woo's erotic period film Obsessed.[40] Set in 1969 at the end of the Vietnam War, he played a high-ranking officer suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder who falls into an obsessive love affair with his subordinate's wife.[41][42]

In 2015, he starred in the Chinese romantic melodrama The Third Way of Love,[43] followed by family comedy Wonderful Nightmare.[44][45] Song was next cast as a fighter pilot in his second Chinese project, World War II film Air Strike.[46] He is also set to star in the film Man of Will, portraying a cruel and cold-hearted prison director.[47][48]

Back on the Korean screen in 2017, Song starred opposite Lee Young-ae in period drama Saimdang, Memoir of Colors, about the Joseon artist and calligrapher Shin Saimdang; Song played a fictional character, an aristocrat and painter who has loved the heroine since childhood.[49][50][51] The same year, he was cast in the fantasythriller drama Black alongside Go Ara, playing the role of a grim reaper.[52] Song reunited with Black director Ko Jae-hyun in another OCN drama Player in 2018, playing the role of a con-artist.[53][54]

In 2019, Song starred in the political family comedy drama The Great Show.[55] In April 2019, Song signed with new agency King Kong by Starship.[56]

In 2020, Song starred in the romance drama Dinner Mate as a psychiatrist.[57][58]

In 2021, Song took the role as the main lead in the fourth season of Voice.

Other activities[edit]

In 2009 he founded his own management agency, Storm S Company (later renamed Better ENT, now majority-owned by KOSDAQ-listed Signal Entertainment Group).[59] It currently manages actors Kim Min-jung, Chae Jung-an and Goo Jae-yi. Song also owns the Sinsa-dong branch of Italian restaurant chain Blacksmith, launched by Caffe Bene.[60]

In 2011, Song was named PR ambassador for cultural sharing by the Korea Foundation. His role was to promote Korean language, food and other cultural heritages overseas.[61] In 2015, he was named as a promotional ambassador for the National Tax Service.[62]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Television series[edit]

Music video appearances[edit]

Discography[edit]

Album information Track listing
Song Seung-heon Vol. 1
  • Album
  • Released: December 7, 2004
  • Label: Synnara Music

Track listing

  1. I love you
  2. 널 지울때까지
  3. 그 모든 눈물(Take 1)
  4. Miss Flower
  5. 그 모든 눈물(Take 2)
  6. 그래요, 그렇다고, 그렇게
  7. 외사랑
  8. Playin' Playin'
  9. I love you (instrumental)
  10. 그 모든 눈물 (instrumental)
Even After Ten Years / For You...

Track listing

1. 십년이 지나도 (Even After Ten Years)

4. 그대를... (For You...)
Last Love[70]

Track listing

5. 마지막 사랑 (Last Love)

Awards and nominations[edit]

State honors[edit]

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