Song Seung-heon Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Wife, Family, Images, And More

Song Seung-heon Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Wife, Family, Images, And More

Song Seung-heon (born October 5, 1976) is a model and actor from South Korea. He has appeared in a number of television dramas, including Autumn in My Heart (2000), East of Eden (2008), My Princess (2011), Black (2017), Player (2018), The Great Show (2019), and Dinner Mate (2019). (2020). His most recent on-screen appearance was in Season 4 of The Voice (2021).

Career s1995–2004: Beginnings and Pan-Asian fame

Song Seung-heon began his modeling career in 1995 as a model for the jeans brand 292513=STORM, and he first appeared on television in 1996 in the popular sitcom Three Guys, Three Girls. He made his acting debut the following year. In 1999, he made his feature film debut in Calla, alongside Kim Hee-sun.
Song rose to fame in late 2000, following the broadcast of the hugely popular TV drama Autumn in My Heart. The romantic melodrama series was a ratings success, establishing a trend in Korean melodramatic series and launching a fever known as the "Korean Wave," which led to Song becoming a Hallyu star. Since then, he has been actively sought after for film and commercial roles in Japan, Hong Kong, and other Asian countries.

Song appeared in director Cho Ui-action seok's comedy Make It Big in 2002, as well as the Hong Kong film So Close with Karen Mok, Shu Qi, and Zhao Wei.

Summer Scent, co-starring Son Ye-jin, cemented Song's status as a Hallyu (Korean Wave) star in 2003. The series is Yoon Seok-third ho's "season-themed" TV drama after Autumn in My Heart and Winter Sonata, but it was not as well received as the ones that came before it.

Ice Rain, shot in the Canadian Rockies, failed to enthrall viewers with its mix of mountaineering and melodrama, while He Was Cool, 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.

Enlistment and scandal in 2005-2007

Meanwhile, just as he was about to begin filming another high-profile TV drama, Sad Love Story, it was revealed that the actor had illegally avoided his mandatory military service by submitting tainted urine samples that suggested he was suffering from certain illnesses and thus unfit for the army. Despite the media attention and scandal, Song agreed to serve his two-year military term immediately. Song was discharged with the rank of corporal on November 15, 2006, to much fanfare and media attention. For a time, he kept a low profile in order to gauge public reaction to his return to the entertainment industry.

2008-2013: Resurrection

Song made a tough comeback, playing aggressive and masculine roles in the 2008 drama East of Eden, for which he won the "Daesang" (Grand Prize) at the MBC Drama Awards. He also appeared in the action film Fate and the remake A Better Tomorrow in 2010.

His popularity in Japan grew, and he co-starred in the Ghost remake Ghost: In Your Arms Again with Matsushima Nanako in 2010.

Song's first romantic comedy, My Princess, starring Kim Tae-hee, was released in 2011. He considers the series to be a watershed moment in his career, stating, "Previously, I took on characters who had ups and downs in their lives. Hae-young was the first character who struck me as wealthy, bright, and cheerful. While playing the character, I felt much lighter."

His 30-minute short film Lucid Dreaming, directed by Chang of the 2008 feature Death Bell, was shot specifically for his Chinese and Japanese fans and released on DVD in early 2012.

Based on Motoka Murakami's original comic and previously dramatized in Japan, Dr. Jin Song played the titular smart and cold-hearted surgeon who travels back in time to the late 19th century Joseon Dynasty in 2012. (1392-1910). In the 2013 melodrama, he played a cold-hearted loan shark and gangster who transforms into a successful businessman for his love. When a Man Finds Love.

Mature roles from 2014 to the present

Song appeared in Kim Dae-erotic woo's period piece Obsessed in 2014. He played a high-ranking officer suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder who falls into an obsessive love affair with his subordinate's wife in 1969, at the end of the Vietnam War.

In 2015, he starred in The Third Way of Love, a Chinese romantic melodrama, followed by Wonderful Nightmare, a family comedy. Song was then cast as a fighter pilot in his second Chinese film, World War II drama Air Strike. He is also set to play a cruel and cold-hearted prison director in the film Man of Will.

In 2017, Song appeared in the period drama Saimdang, Memoir of Colors, opposite Lee Young-ae, about the Joseon artist and calligrapher Shin Saimdang; Song played a fictional character, an aristocrat and painter who has loved the heroine since childhood. The same year, he was cast as a grim reaper in the fantasy thriller drama Black alongside Go Ara. In 2018, Song reunited with Black director Ko Jae-hyun in another OCN drama Player, playing a con artist.

Song appeared in the political family comedy drama The Great Show in 2019. Song signed with new agency King Kong by Starship in April 2019.

Song played a psychiatrist in the romantic drama Dinner Mate in 2020.

Song was cast as the main lead in the fourth season of The Voice in 2021.

Other pursuits

Storm S Company, his own management firm, was founded in 2009. (later renamed Better ENT, now majority-owned by KOSDAQ-listed Signal Entertainment Group). Actors Kim Min-jung, Chae Jung-an, and Goo Jae-yi are currently under its management. Song also owns the Sinsa-dong location of the Italian restaurant chain Blacksmith, which was founded by Caffe Bene.

The Korea Foundation named Song a public relations ambassador for cultural exchange in 2011. His job was to promote the Korean language, food, and other cultural heritages around the world. He was named a National Tax Service promotional ambassador in 2015.



1999CallaKim Sun-woo
2002Make It BigSeong-hwan
So CloseYen
2004Ice RainHan Woo-sung
He Was CoolJi Eun-sung
2008FateKim Woo-min
2010A Better TomorrowLee Young-choon
Ghost: In Your Arms AgainKim Jun-ho
2012Lucid Dreaming
short film
2014ObsessedKim Jin-pyeong
2015Wonderful NightmareSung-hwan
The Third Way of LoveLin Qizheng
2017Man of WillKang Hyung-sik
2018Air StrikeAn Ming Xun / An Ming He
2023Hidden FaceSung-jin

Television series

1996–1999Three Guys and Three GirlsSong Seung-heon
1997Beautiful LadyLee Min-hyuk
1997–1998You and IPark Min-kyu
1998WinnersJung Min-soo
1999Happy TogetherSeo Ji-suk
Love StoryJoon-sungepisode 2: "Message"
2000PopcornLee Young-hoon
Autumn in My HeartYoon Joon-seo
2001Law FirmJung Young-woong
2003Summer ScentYoo Min-woo
2008East of EdenLee Dong-chul
2011My PrincessPark Hae-young
2012Dr. JinJin Hyuk
2013When a Man Falls in LoveHan Tae-sang
2017Saimdang, Memoir of ColorsLee Gyeom
BlackHan Moo-gang (Detective) / Black (Grim Reaper #444)
2018PlayerKang Ha-ri
2019The Great ShowWi Dae-han
2020Dinner MateKim Hae-kyeong
2021VoiceDerek JoSeason 4

Web series

2023Black KnightRyu Seok

Web shows

2022Saturday Night Live KoreaHostEpisode 1 – Season 3

Music video appearances

YearSong TitleArtist
2001"Once Upon a Day"Kim Bum-soo
2005"Sad Love Story"Yoon Gun
2008"I Miss You"SG Wannabe


Album informationTrack listing

Song Seung-heon Vol. 1

  • Album
  • Released: December 7, 2004
  • Label: Synnara Music


Track listing

Even After Ten Years / For You...

  • 2 tracks from Sad Love Story OST
  • Released: February 3, 2005
  • Label: Doremi Media


Track listing

Last Love[75]

  • 1 track from Dr. Jin OST
  • Released: July 13, 2012
  • Label: LOEN Entertainment


Track listing

Awards and nominations

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

Award ceremonyYearCategoryNominee / WorkResult
Andre Kim Best Star Awards2009Male Star AwardSong Seung-heonWon
Baeksang Arts Awards1998Most Popular Actor – TelevisionYou and IWon
2009Best Actor – TelevisionEast of EdenNominated
Blue Dragon Film Awards1999Best New ActorCallaNominated
2014Popular Star AwardObsessedWon
China Cosmopolitan Beauty Awards2012Asia's Most Charming ArtistSong Seung-heonWon
KBS Drama Awards2000Top Excellence Award, ActorAutumn in My HeartNominated
Popularity AwardWon
Photogenic AwardWon
2003Netizen Award, ActorSummer ScentNominated
Best Couple AwardSong Seung-heon with Son Ye-jin
Summer Scent
KCA Consumer Day Awards2019Best Drama ActorPlayerWon
KMTV1997Best New ActorSong Seung-heonWon
Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards2009Grand Prize (Daesang) in a TV DramaEast of EdenWon
MBC Drama Awards2008Grand Prize (Daesang)East of EdenWon
Top Excellence Award, ActorNominated
Popularity Award, ActorWon
Best Couple AwardSong Seung-heon with Lee Yeon-hee
East of Eden
2011Top Excellence Award, Actor in a MiniseriesMy PrincessNominated
Popularity Award, ActorNominated
Best Couple AwardSong Seung-heon with Kim Tae-hee
My Princess
2012Top Excellence Award, Actor in a MiniseriesDr. JinNominated
Popularity Award, ActorNominated
2013Top Excellence Award, Actor in a MiniseriesWhen a Man Falls in LoveNominated
Popularity Award, ActorNominated
Best Couple AwardSong Seung-heon with Shin Se-kyung
When a Man Falls in Love
2020Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Monday-Tuesday Miniseries / Short DramaDinner MateNominated
Best Couple AwardSong Seung-heon with Seo Ji-hye
Dinner Mate
Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism
Content Industry Awards
2010Distinguished Hallyu Entertainer Award of Merit (co-winner with Girls' Generation)Song Seung-heonWon
SBS Drama Awards1998Popularity Award, ActorWinnersWon
1999Netizen Popularity AwardHappy TogetherWon
Top 10 StarsWon
2001Excellence Award, Actor in a Drama SpecialLaw FirmNominated
Top 10 StarsWon
2017Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Wednesday-Thursday DramaSaimdang, Memoir of ColorsNominated
Seoul International Drama Awards2011Outstanding Korean ActorMy PrincessNominated
2021Dinner MateNominated
Style Icon Asia2016Top 10 Style IconsSong Seung-heonWon

State honors

Name of the organization, year presented, and the award given

Taxpayers' Day2010Exemplary Taxpayer Citation
2015Presidential Commendation

Song Seung-heon Biography

NameSong Seung-heon
Date of Birth5-Oct-1976
Age in 202347
Birth PlaceSeoul, South Korea
CountrySouth Korea
NationalitySouth Korean
Height1.83 (m)
WeightUnknown (KGs)
ProfessionSouth Korean Actor
HeightIn Centimeters: 183 cm.
In Meters: 1.83 m.
In Feet Inches: 6'0"
WeightIn KG: Not known
In Pound: Not known
Eye Color-
Hair Color-
Marital StatusYet to update

Some FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) about Song Seung-heon.

  1. What is the Net Worth of Song Seung-heon?

The Net Worth of Song Seung-heon is $15 million.

  1. What is the Height of Song Seung-heon?

The height of Song Seung-heon is 1.83.

  1. Where is the birthplace of Song Seung-heon?

The birthplace of Song Seung-heon is Seoul, South Korea

  1. What is the Date of Birth of Song Seung-heon?

The birthday of Song Seung-heon is on 5-Oct-1976.

  1. Is Song Seung-heon Married?

The marital status of Song Seung-heon is: Yet to update.

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