Kang Seung-yoon Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Girlfriend, Family, Images, And More

Kang Seung-yoon Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Girlfriend, Family, Images, And More

Kang Seung-yoon (born January 21, 1994), also known as Seungyoon or Yoon, is a South Korean singer-songwriter, actor, and the leader of the boy band Winner. After finishing fourth in the reality television singing competition Superstar K2 (2010), he rose to prominence. The digital single "Instinctively" became his first number-one single as a solo artist, selling close to 2 million digital copies. On January 12, 2011, he signed with South Korean label YG Entertainment, and he made his solo debut on July 16, 2013 with the digital single "It Rains" ( ), and as the leader of Winner on August 17, 2014.

Kang made his acting debut in the sitcom High Kick: Revenge of the Short Legged (2011). His first lead role, in the web series We Broke Up (2015), earned him his first award in the field, with the K-web Fest Awards naming him "Best Male Actor." His roles in Prison Playbook (2017) and Kairos (2020) solidified his acting career. Kang also appeared on MBC's King of Mask Singer as the "122nd Masked King" under the alias "Chow Yun-fat." He set a record with six consecutive victories, earning him the titles "First 6-Time Idol Champion" and "Youngest Champion" at the time.

Life and work

1994–2009: Early years

Kang Seung-yoon was born on January 21, 1994, in Haeundae District, Busan, South Korea, as a Catholic with the baptismal name Don Bosco and as an only child. Raised by his single mother, his parents divorced during his childhood, and he lost contact with his father, who chose to leave their lives until news of his death was relayed long after his death. His mother ran a business but struggled financially due to the accumulated debt. As a result, her entire profit was allocated to the debt, and she was forced to borrow more money for additional costs, resulting in both additional liabilities and a bad credit rating, and bringing more hardship.

With an IQ of 141, he excelled in mathematics in school; however, in his second year of middle school, he became a victim of bullying by those he considered "friends" and dropped out after developing social anxiety. During this time, he studied classical guitar at an academy and briefly took billiards classes, where he met a man 5-6 years his senior who later helped him with his anxiety. In contrast to his childhood options, which included becoming a politician, a scientist, a comic book writer, or a billiards player - for which he eventually became the regional youth representative and actively played until his freshman year of high school. He passed the GED exam for middle school and enrolled in Busan High School of Arts, where he majored in classical guitar but later considered himself a singer. Kang received his diploma in 2012.

Commercial success and solo debut from 2010 to 2013.

Also consider: K 2 Superstar

17-year-old Kang (Korean age) auditioned for Superstar K2 at the regional preliminary audition (2010). Initially hesitant due to a conflict in perception of using mass media to gain fame versus becoming successful without it, he yielded to his friend's request when asked to audition with him, and so, three months prior to it, he took guitar lessons to further hone his skills. Kang passed the preliminary round with "This Time" by Jonathan Rhys Meyers and finished fourth overall, trailing Huh Gak, John Park, and Jang Jae-in out of over 1,350,000 applicants. In his final stage, he performed Yoon Jong-"Instinctively" shin's (; bonneungjeog-eulo), which received praise from both the judges and the audience. Its digital release propelled Kang to his first number-one single as a solo artist, with sales approaching 2 million digital copies. Its popularity earned him the titles of "Rookie of the Year" at the Gaon Chart Awards and "Rookie of the Month (October)" at the Cyworld Digital Music Awards. YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun-suk and Psy invited Kang to a meeting to propose an offer to join them as a trainee. Kang joined them on January 12, 2011 and started training on March 9. He elaborated: "There have been numerous offers since the end of Superstar K2. Some promised to make me an Asian star, while others offered a large sum of money in exchange for a contract. I chose YG Entertainment because, unlike other agencies, this one evaluated me objectively and treated me as an actual trainee."

Kang was the fourth artist to release the original soundtrack for Midas during his trainee period (2011). "You Are Heaven" (; niga cheongug-ida) peaked at number 11 on the Gaon Digital Chart and topped both real-time and daily South Korean music streaming platforms, including Genie. That same year, he was offered an audition for High Kick: Revenge of the Short Legged (2011), for which hundreds of people queued. Kang, who had no prior acting experience, auditioned in his Busan dialect and later met with the writers. Although he did not fit into any of the existing roles, a new one was created for him on the spur of the moment. Kang co-starred with Lee Jong-suk and Krystal Jung. In relation to the soundtrack, he collaborated with Lee Juck on "Smile, My Love" (; useola geudae), which reached number 79 on the Gaon Digital Chart. The third season of "High Kick" aired from September 19, 2011 to March 29, 2012.

Yang Hyun-suk announced on June 20, 2013, that Kang, 19, would make his solo debut with the digital single "Wild and Young," composed by Teddy Park. On July 15, it was revealed that it had been postponed, and the following day, another digital single in the form of a pre-release entitled "It Rains" (; biga onda) was released. The single achieved a "all-kill," debuting at number one on all South Korean music streaming platforms, including Melon and Mnet, and debuting at number two on the Gaon Digital Chart. His second digital single, "Wild and Young," was released on July 31 with a music video and peaked at number 18 on the Gaon Digital Chart. On August 4, Inkigayo began live promotions for the single. Ten days later, Kang released his third digital single "Stealer" (; mamdodug), along with his second music video, which starred rookie actress Yoon Jin-yi. Promotions were not carried out in order to avoid a disruption in the promotion of "Wild and Young." The Gaon Digital Chart placed "Stealer" thirteenth.

2014-2019: Winner debut and acting projects

Also consider: Winner (band) (band)

Kang appeared as a contestant in the Mnet survival reality show WIN: Who Is Next (2013). The program featured two groups of male trainees from YG Entertainment (A and B) competing for the chance to make their debut by the end of the series after a 100-day journey. According to the label, Kang was assigned to "Team A" alongside Kim Jin-woo, Lee Seung-hoon, Song Min-ho, and Nam Tae-hyun. He temporarily replaced Song as its leader in the seventh episode of the television broadcast after sustaining an ankle injury. Through the appointment of Yang Hyun-suk as its eventual permanent leader, he witnessed growth. On October 25, "Team A" was revealed as the series' winners, and they would then begin preparations for their debut as Winner. On August 17, 2014, Kang made his official debut with the five-piece band Winner. The band's debut success was described as "unprecedented" by media outlets, as they had made their mark in the industry so early in their career. Kang also collaborated with Song on Superstar K2 judge panelist Yoon Jong-Monthly shin's project for the digital single "Wild Boy."

With the web drama We Broke Up, the singer-turned-thespian returned to acting after his last project, High Kick: Revenge of the Short Legged (2011). (2015). He played the male lead, with labelmate Sandara Park playing the female lead. The series aired on Naver TV from June 29, 2015 to July 17, 2015, and achieved success by becoming the fourth most watched web drama on the platform that year, with 11.45 million views and 16 million views combined as of October 2015. The series was the first Korean web drama to be invited to the Geneva International Film Festival in Switzerland. Because of the positive response, the main cast decided to hold a surprise "mini-concert" in Seoul for only 200 people. His performance in the series earned him the K Web Fest Awards' award for "Best Male Actor." In his second web drama, Love for a Thousand More (2016), he played the male lead opposite actress Hwang Seung-eon. The series starred bandmate Kim Jin-woo and was co-produced by CJ E&M, YG Entertainment, and YG KPlus. While not as popular as his previous project, the series had over 5 million views as of December 2016 and was considered a success. Kang released a soundtrack for the drama titled "You" (; neo), which served as the drama's sole release.

He continued his acting career by appearing in Prison Playbook (2017–2018). He was cast in a supporting role after an audition in which he had to read a portion of the script in his native dialect on the spot. Shin Won-ho, the series' director, revealed that while he did not have high expectations because it had been a long time since he was seen in 'High Kick,' he found his portrayal enjoyable and believed he brought the character to life. " [...] my generation doesn't really know him as a Winner [member] [...] I didn't have any bias because of the group he was in, he just fit well with us," Shin explained. The series also served as an on-screen reunion for him and Krystal, who had been separated for five years and six months in High Kick: Revenge of the Short Legged (2011–2012). Kang and his bandmate Mino released the soundtrack "Door" (; mun). In 2018, he provided the voice for the Korean film Golden Slumber (2018) and its eponymous soundtrack, which was originally recorded by The Beatles. Paul McCartney was paid $200,000 for its use, the most for a Korean film.

King of Mask Singer and first full-length album, 2020-present

Kang was invited for the second time to the MBC singing competition program, King of Mask Singer, in March 2020, and subsequently won, earning the title of "122nd Mask King" during his appearance as "Chow Yun-fat" after defeating South Korean singer, So Chan-whee. He won six straight times and was dubbed "The First 6-Time Idol Champion" and "The Youngest Champion" at the time. "Chow Yun-fat" was credited with a 10% increase in viewership ratings since his first stage. His appearance maintained double digit ratings, propelling the show to the top of its time slot for five weeks in a row. Kang's performances were number one and two on the Naver TV Top 100 Popular Video Chart every week, while his alias topped real-time on search portal site Naver for the entire 14-week reign, creating a buzz.

Kang made his acting debut three years after Prison Playbook (2017-2018) with Kairos (2020). He joined the main cast as "Im Gun-wook" and frequently appeared alongside Lee Se-young and Lee Joo-myung. His persona earned him a nomination for "Best New Actor" at the 2020 MBC Drama Awards. He appeared in the fourth season of Voice (2021), a thriller-procedural show, as "Han Woo-joo," a 4D patrol officer who was specially recruited for the cyber team. He sang the soundtracks "Can You Hear Me" and "Your Voice" for both projects at the request of the series'.

Kang released his first full-length album, Page, on March 29, 2021, ten years into his musical career, with the lead single "Iyah" (; aiya). The album debuted at number three on the Gaon Album Chart and had sold 122,202 copies as of April 2021 in South Korea. Within the first week of its release on YouTube, the title received 10 million views. Kang held his first solo concert, titled "Passage," in conjunction with it on November 21, 2021. The event was held both in person at Olympic Hall in Seoul and online as part of "YG Palm Stage 2021," while adhering to COVID-19 guidelines and limits. On March 14, 2022, he released his fourth digital single and music video, "Born to Love You."

Kang Seungyoon in the year 2021

Since King of Mask Singer, Immortal Songs: Singing the Legend, a KBS2 singing competition program, had sought Kang to appear on the show; however, he declined their invitations due to his unavailability, until he was asked to compete on the "Lee Juck Special," which he accepted with Lee personally scouting its participants. Kang won the competition against veteran artists Forte di Quattro, Kwak Jin-eon, Choi Jung-in, and Jung Dong-ha by performing "Rain" by Lee Juck in the latter half. His victory earned him the opportunity to compete in the show's "King of Kings Special," where he performed "Around 30" (; seoleun jeueum-e) by Kim Kwang-seok while competing with the flu against singers Lee Eun-mi and Seodo Band, Lee Young-hyun and Park Min-hye of Big Mama, La Poem, and Forestella. In July 2022, it received a rating of 7.7% nationwide and 8.0% in the metropolitan area, placing it first among all entertainment programs on Saturdays and in its time slot.

Private life

Kang experienced symptoms of a spinal disc herniation while on stand-by for rehearsals at Inkigayo on June 2, 2019, while promoting the lead single, "Ah Yeah" (; aye). He was taken to a nearby hospital's emergency room for examination and treatment for the aforementioned diagnosis. He was discharged three days later after finishing his treatment and was told to rest; however, Kang chose to participate in scheduled activities to minimize any burden on his band as a result of his absence.

Musicality and songwriting are examples of artistry.

"Because I was always playing the guitar at work, Yang Hyun-suk asked, 'Kang Seung Yoon, how come whenever you write a song, it's always '7080'? [...] I had the idea that I shouldn't touch the guitar while Winner was making music. [...] It's because the path Winner is taking is a little different." in Kang Seung-yoon Knowing Brothers

Kang has been a registered associate member of the Korea Music Copyright Association since then, and he was one of twenty-five people, along with bandmate Mino, to be promoted to the status of "full member" in January 2021. Maintaining an associate membership for three years or more, receiving a "certain amount" in royalties from copyrighted property each year, and being selected by the board of directors are all requirements for the promotion. They also have the right to vote at general meetings.

Kang revealed that he was born with weak vocal cords that, if not kept in check, can cause him to lose his voice for a week. His ENT doctor, on the other hand, stated that despite his condition, he is capable of producing sounds that do not harm or affect him.


Kang's main inspiration for photography is Henri Cartier-Bresson, whom he refers to as the "master of black and white photography," his favorite medium.

Public perception

Kang rose to prominence at the age of 16 after competing in Superstar K2. He was often referred to as a "rocker kid" because of his powerful baritone voice and use of the guitar.

Within South Korea, Rubin of 1Team stated Kang as his role model and inspiration for music since the day he saw Michael Jackson's performance of "Black or White" on Superstar K2 while traveling to an academy. Changbin of Stray Kids cited him as an inspiration since his appearance on an audition program, and he also wanted to collaborate with him on a "emotional hip hop" single. Kim Hee-sun, a veteran South Korean actress, also expressed her admiration for Kang's voice and his band.

Other business ventures

Photographs and endorsements

Kang Seungyoon at a Winner album signing event in 2019.

Kang has been an endorsement model for LG U+ and its International Call 002 range since 2010, CJ Group and its new six-year corporate campaign, "Different ideas that change the world," with Superstar K2 contestants Huh Gak, John Park, Jang Jae-in, and YG Family artists Big Bang, 2NE1 and Psy, as well as the Samsung Galaxy Tab. In the years since, he has endorsed Grand Chase by KOG Studios, Team Polham by Asian Fashion, Fanta by Lee Kwang-soo and Baek Jin-hee, Yogiyo by Cha Seung-won, Choi Ji-woo, Yoo In-na, and AKMU, and J.One Cosmetics.

Kang, 27, first exhibited his work at the Saatchi Gallery in West London as part of StART, an international contemporary art fair, under the alias "Yooyeon," a persona exclusive to photography that translates to "flexible" from Korean in correlation to his mindset. He displayed black and white photographs from various trips.

Kang announced in March 2023 that his first solo photography exhibition, Sky Roof, would take place from March 23 to April 19.


During the "Ice Bucket Challenge," which was started by senior label-mate Sean of Jinusean in South Korea in 2018, Sean revealed that, in addition to Kang's previous participation and donation, he had quietly donated an additional $30 million to the Seungil Hope Foundation.

Following the cancellation of PLAC's 'by YOU' collection in collaboration with Seungyoon and bandmate Mino's showcase event on February 28, 2020, due to safety concerns related to the recent coronavirus pandemic, the funds raised for the showcase were used to donate 10,000 masks to low-income children.

Kang took part in the recording of an audio guide for an exhibition titled "Wonderworld Maps: Connecting Longingness Beyond the Horizon" at the Korea National Maritime Museum in Busan in December 2021. It was designed to allow people with low vision to enjoy the exhibition while listening to the explanations of each piece. Kang donated his entire earnings from recording the audio guide to fund the education of children from Siloam Center for the Blind families.

Kang donated $50 million to the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association on August 11, 2022, to assist those affected by the 2022 South Korean floods.


YearTitleAppointed by
2010Dispatch! Marvel Cops AmbassadorCJ Internet, the National Police Agency and YMCA


See also: Winner discography

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected details, chart positions, and sales

TitleDetailsPeak positionsSales
  • Released: March 29, 2021
  • Label: YG Entertainment
  • Formats: CDdigital download
  • KOR: 123,793[102]


TitleYearPeak positionSalesAlbum
"Instinctively" (본능적으로)20101*
  • KOR: 1,992,026[107]
Superstar K2: Up to 11
"It Rains" (비가 온다)201314
  • KOR: 646,766[108]
Non-album singles
"Wild and Young"1823
  • KOR: 126,500[109]
"Stealer" (맘도둑)913
  • KOR: 229,988[110]
"Iyah" (아이야)2021105Page
"Born to Love You"2022129
Non-album single
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.
"*" denotes the chart did not exist at that time.

Promotional singles

"Life Is Tab"2011Collaboration with Samsung Galaxy Tab
"Have You Ever Fallen in Love"Collaboration with Standing Egg and Polham


TitleYearPeak positionsSalesAlbum
"Wild Boy" (with Yoon Jong-shin and Mino)201425
  • KOR: 67,675[112]
Yoon Jong Shin Monthly — March 2014

Other charted song

TitleYearPeak positionsSalesAlbum
"I'll Write You a Letter" (당신께 쓰는 편지)201024Superstar K2: Top 6 (My Story)

Soundtrack appearances

TitleYearPeak positionsSalesAlbum
"You Are Heaven" (니가 천국이다)201111
  • KOR: 315,311[115]
Midas OST
"Smile, My Love" (웃어라 그대) (with Lee Juck)201279
  • KOR: 58,394[116]
High Kick 3 OST
"You" (너)201689
  • KOR: 20,684[117]
Love for a Thousand More OST
"Door" (문) (with Mino)2017[a]
  • KOR: 18,521[118]
Prison Playbook OST
"Golden Slumbers"2018Golden Slumber OST
"Can You Hear Me"2020[b]Kairos OST
"Your Voice"2021[c]Voice 4 OST
"Gulliver"2022[d]Street Man Fighter (OST)
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Production credits

All song credits are adapted from the Korea Music Copyright Association's database, unless otherwise noted.

Solo work

List of songs, showing year released, and name of the album

2010"I'll Write You a Letter"Superstar K 2: Top 6 (My Story)YesNo
2015"0+1"We Broke Up OSTYesNo
"Two of Us"YesNo
"We Broke Up"YesNo
2019"Wind" (바람)CrossYesYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy, Hoyas
2021"Iyah" (아이야)PageYesYesAirplay
"We Need Love" (그냥 사랑 노래)YesYesDiggy, Kang Uk Jin
"Bruise" (멍)YesYesDiggy, Kang Uk Jin
"Skip"YesWonsteinYesHoyas, Diggy, Kang Uk Jin
"Obvious" (안 봐도)YesSimon DominicYesR. Tee
"Were We" (뜨거웠던가요)YesYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy
"365"YesYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy
"Tread On Me" (싹)YesYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy, Hoyas
"Hey Rain" (비야)YesYesAirplay
"Iyah" (아이야)YesYoon Jong-shinYesAirplay

Work as Winner

List of songs, showing year released, and name of the album

2013"Go Up"WIN: Who Is Next (Final Battle)YesMino, SeunghoonYes
"Just Another Boy"NoYesTeddy, Mino, Taehyun
2014"Color Ring" (컬러링)2014 S/SYesMino, SeunghoonYesHam Seung Chun, Kang Uk Jin, iHwak, Dee.P
"Love Is a Lie" (척)NoYesMino, The Fliptones
"Different"YesMino, SeunghoonYesMino
"Smile Again"YesMino, SeunghoonYesMino, Dee.P
2016"Immature"Exit : EYesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin
2017"Really Really"Fate Number ForYesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin, Mino
"Love Me Love Me"Our Twenty ForYesMino, SeunghoonYesFuture Bounce, Mino
"Island"YesMino, Seunghoon, Bekuh BoomYesFuture Bounce, Bekuh Boom
2018"Everyday"EVERYD4YYesMino, SeunghoonYesAirplay, Mino
"Air"YesMino, SeunghoonYesAirplay
"La La"YesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin
"For" (애 걔)YesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy, Mino
"We Were" (예뻤더라)YesYesAirplay
"Luxury" (사치)YesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy
"Movie Star"YesMino, SeunghoonYesAirplay
"Special Night"NoYesSeunghoon, Airplay
"Have a Good Day"NoYesMino, Kang Uk Jin
"Millions"MillionsYesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy
2019"Ah Yeah" (아예)WeYesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy, Joe Rhee
"Mola" (몰라도너무몰라)NoYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy
"Boom"YesMino, SeunghoonYesAirplay
"Everyday" (remix)YesMino, SeunghoonYesAirplay, Mino
"Soso"CrossYesMino, SeunghoonYesAirplay
"OMG"YesMino, SeunghoonYesAirplay
"Dress Up" (빼입어)YesMino, SeunghoonNo
2020"Dduk" (뚝)RememberYesYesAirplay
"Just Dance" (막춤)YesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy
"Teaser"YesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy
"Well"YesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy
2022"I Love U"HolidayYesMino, Lee Chan-hyuk, Airplay, Kid Wine, Bang Ye-damYesDee.P, Lee Chan-hyuk, Aftrshok, Rajan Muse, Noerio, Brian U, Bang Ye-dam
"10 Min" (10분)YesMino, SeunghoonYesAirplay
"Holiday"YesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy
"Sweet Home" (집으로)YesMino, SeunghoonYesKang Uk Jin, Diggy
"Family"YesMino, Seunghoon, Ahn Young Joo, Y0ungYesP.K, Aftrshok, Rich Chordz, JoKing, Dixie Normous, DJ Ain
"Little Finger" (새끼손가락)YesMino, SeunghoonYesMino, Airplay

Other artists

List of songs, showing year released, and name of the album

2020Kim Jin-woo"Dduk" (뚝)RememberYesYesAirplay
Bang Ye-dam"Wayo" (왜요)Non-album singleYesLee Chan-hyuk, Future BounceYesFuture Bounce, Andrew Choi
2022iKon"Gold" (금)FlashbackYesBobbyYesDiggy, Kang Uk Jin


Music videos

2013"Wild and Young"Kang Seung-yoonHan Sa-min3:52
"Stealer" (맘도둑)3:48
2021"Iyah" (아이야)Kwon Yong-soo4:15
2022"Born to Love You"3:00


Television series

2011–2012High Kick 3우하이킥! : 짧은 다리의 역습Kang Seung-yoonSupporting role
2015The Producers프로듀사Cameo (Episodes 4–5, 10 and 12)
2017–2018Prison Playbook슬기로운 감빵생활Lee Joo-hyungSupporting role
2020Kairos카이로스Im Gun-wookMain role
2021Voice 4보이스 4Han Woo-juSupporting role
Racket Boys라켓소년단Kang Tae-seonCameo (Episodes 12–16)
2022Tomorrow내일Kang Woo-jinCameo (Episodes 4–5)
Drama Special – Underwear Season드라마스페셜 – 팬티의 계절Ban Sang-sooOne act-drama

Web series

2015We Broke Up우리 헤어졌어요Ji Won-youngLead role
2016Love for a Thousand More천년째 연애중Yoo Jun-woo

Television shows

2010Superstar K2슈퍼스타K 2ContestantPlaced 4th overall
2013WIN: Who Is Next?윈:후 이즈 넥스트Team A member
2016The Collaboration더 콜라보레이션Episodes 1–5
Flower Crew꽃놀이패Regular castEpisodes 13–29
2017King of Mask Singer복면가왕ContestantEpisode 109
2019Chart Rewriting Show: Number 1다시쓰는 차트쇼 지금 1위는Season 2 Episodes 3-4
Vocal Play 2보컬플레이2Judge
2020King of Mask Singer복면가왕ContestantEpisodes 243–256
K-pop Idol Lyric GuideK-POP 가사도우미Hostwith Kim Tae-won
2021New Singer새가수Judge
Sinabro Dream Operator시나브로 꿈 조작단Regular castwith Lee Yong-jin and Yoo In-na
2022All Table Tennis!올 탁구나!Team Podang Podang
Youth Star청춘스타Mentor / Judge
Immortal Songs: Singing the Legend불후의 명곡: 전설을 노래하다ContestantEpisodes 560–561, 564–565, 597–598
Street Man Fighter: Gala Talkshow스트릿 맨 파이터 갈라 토크쇼Hostwith Haha and Jang Do-yeon
Korea After School: Field Trip수학여행
2023Hell Court이상한 나라의 지옥법정Regular cast
Differential Class차이나는 클라스
Fantasy Boys소년판타지Mentor / Producerwith WooyoungJinyoung, and Jeon So-yeon

Web shows

2021Kang Seung Yoon [The Prequel]강승윤 더 프리퀄HimselfReality-documentary; YouTube series
2022Saturday Night Live KoreaSNL 코리아2HostSeason 2 – Episode 12
Some-fing썸핑with Kim JinwooJo SehoMijoo and Uhm Jiyoon
Sali & Yoonie: Jingle Guys사리와 유니: 징글징글한 녀석들Hostwith Nucksal

Radio shows

2022Noon's Hope Song, Kim Shin-young정오의 희망곡 김신영입니다Special DJAugust 2

Concerts and tours


November 21, 2021YG Palm Stage — 2021 Yoon: PassageSeoulSouth KoreaOlympic Hall

Awards and nominations

See also: List of awards and nominations received by Winner

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, award category, nominee(s) of the award, and the result of the nomination

Award ceremonyYearCategoryNominee(s)/work(s)Result
Brand of the Year Awards2022Best Male Idol EntertainerKang Seung-yoonNominated
Cyworld Digital Music Awards2010Rookie of the Month – OctoberWon
Gaon Chart Music Awards2011Rookie of the YearWon
2022Mubeat Global Choice Award – MaleNominated
K Web Fest Awards2015Best Male ActorWe Broke UpWon
KBS Drama Awards2022Best Actor in Drama Special / TV CinemaUnderwear SeasonNominated
MBC Drama Awards2020Best New ActorKairosNominated
MelOn Music Awards2013Best Rock"It Rains" (비가 온다)Nominated
Mnet 20's Choice Awards2012Upcoming 20'sKang Seung-yoonNominated
Seoul International Drama Awards2021Outstanding Korean Drama OST"Can You Hear Me"Nominated
Seoul Music Awards2014Rookie AwardKang Seung-yoonNominated

Kang Seung-yoon Biography

NameKang Seung-yoon
Date of Birth21-Jan-1994
Age in 202329
Birth PlaceSouth Korea
CountrySouth Korea
NationalitySouth Korean
Height1.8 (m)
WeightUnknown (KGs)
ProfessionPop Singer
HeightIn Centimeters: 180 cm.
In Meters: 1.8 m.
In Feet Inches: 5'11"
WeightIn KG: Not known
In Pound: Not known
Eye Color-
Hair Color-
Marital StatusYet to update

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  1. Where is the birthplace of Kang Seung-yoon?

The birthplace of Kang Seung-yoon is South Korea

  1. What is the Date of Birth of Kang Seung-yoon?

The birthday of Kang Seung-yoon is on 21-Jan-1994.

  1. Is Kang Seung-yoon Married?

The marital status of Kang Seung-yoon is: Yet to update.

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