Gong Yoo

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Gong Yoo
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Born
Gong Ji-cheol

(1979-07-10) July 10, 1979 (age 39)
Education Kyung Hee University
(Theater)
Occupation Actor
Years active2001–present
AgentSOOP Management
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gong Yu
McCune–Reischauer Kong Yu
Birth name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gong Ji-cheol
McCune–Reischauer Kong Chi-ch'ŏl

Gong Ji-cheol (Hangul : 공지철; born July 10, 1979), better known by his stage name Gong Yoo (Hangul : 공유), is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his roles in television dramas Coffee Prince (2007) and Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (2016–2017), and the films Silenced (2011), Train to Busan (2016) and The Age of Shadows (2016).

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Contents

Career

2001–2004: Beginnings

Gong Yoo graduated from Kyung Hee University with a B.A. theater degree. [2] He started his show business career as a video jockey on Mnet in 2000 and debuted as an actor in the TV series School 4 in 2001. [3] Thereafter, Gong did a number of supporting roles in dramas and movies and also hosted the music program Music Camp in 2004.

Kyung Hee University is a private university in South Korea with campuses in Seoul and Suwon. Founded in 1949, it is considered one of the best universities in South Korea. Kyung Hee University is part of the Kyung Hee University System, which offers comprehensive education from kindergarten through graduate school.

Mnet (TV channel) Television channel

Mnet is a South Korean pay television music channel owned by CJ E&M, a division of CJ Group.

2005–2007: Coffee Prince and breakthrough

In 2005, he landed his first lead role in SBS's Hello My Teacher opposite Gong Hyo-jin. [4] This was followed by the romance melodrama One Fine Day in 2006. [5]

Seoul Broadcasting System South Korean television and radio network

Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) is a national South Korean television and radio network company. In March 2000, the company legally became known as SBS, changing its corporate name from Seoul Broadcasting System (서울방송). It has provided terrestrial digital TV service in the ATSC format since 2001, and T-DMB service since 2005. Its flagship terrestrial television station is Channel 6 for Digital and Cable.

<i>Hello My Teacher</i> television series

Hello My Teacher is a 2005 South Korean television series starring Gong Hyo-jin, Gong Yoo, Kim Da-hyun, and Choi Yeo-jin. It aired on SBS from April 13 to June 2, 2005 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.

Gong Hyo-jin South Korean actress

Gong Hyo-jin is a South Korean actress. She is best known for her leading role in the film Crush and Blush (2008), as well as for her popular television series Sang Doo! Let's Go to School (2003), Thank You (2007), Pasta (2010), The Greatest Love (2011), Master's Sun (2013), It's Okay, That's Love (2014), The Producers (2015), and Don't Dare to Dream (2016). She is considered to be the queen of romantic comedies due to her successful portrayals in her rom-com dramas.

Gong Yoo was then cast in MBC's romantic comedy Coffee Prince , which became his breakout role. The popularity of the drama not only solidified his status as a leading man, but also made him a hallyu star. [6] [7]

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation South Korean company

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation is one of the leading South Korean television and radio network companies. Munhwa is the Korean word for "culture". Its flagship terrestrial television station MBC TV is Channel 11 (LCN) for Digital.

<i>Coffee Prince</i> (2007 TV series) television program

Coffee Prince is a 2007 South Korean television series starring Yoon Eun-hye, Gong Yoo, Lee Sun-kyun, and Chae Jung-an. Based on the novel of the same name written by Lee Sun-mi, the hit series aired on MBC's Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 (KST) time slot from July 2 to August 28, 2007 for 17 episodes.

2008–2015: Military enlistment and comeback

On January 14, 2008, Gong Yoo enlisted for the mandatory service, which ended on December 8, 2009. [8] [9] He did 8 months of frontline active service in Cheorwon and was transferred to the Defense Media Agency, where he served in the public relations department and hosted as a DJ for the army radio station. [10] He was discharged in December 2009.

He made his comeback in the romantic comedy Finding Mr. Destiny , which was a medium box office hit in Korea. [11] [12]

<i>Finding Mr. Destiny</i> 2010 South Korean romantic comedy film

Finding Mr. Destiny is a 2010 South Korean romantic comedy starring Im Soo-jung and Gong Yoo. It is a film adaptation by playwright-turned-director Jang Yoo-jeong of her hit 2006 musical. The film was a medium box office hit in South Korea selling 1,113,285 tickets nationwide.

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In January 2011

He then initiated and pursued the production of a theatrical adaptation of Gong Ji-young's novel The Crucible , a congratulatory gift from his senior for his promotion during enlistment. [13] [14] This movie was internationally released under the title Silenced . Upon its release on September 22, 2011, the film sparked public outrage. [15] This led to a reopening of the investigations into the incidents on which the novel and film are based. Public demand for legislative reform reached the National Assembly, where a revised bill to target sex crimes against minors and the disabled, dubbed the Dogani Bill after the Korean title of the film, was successfully passed in late October 2011. [16]

Gong Yoo then starred opposite Lee Min-jung in the romantic-comedy series Big written by the Hong sisters. [17] Although the drama was initially well-received, it was later heavily criticized for its ending. [18]

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In December 2013

In 2013, he returned to the big screen after a two-year gap in the movie The Suspect . He played an elite North Korean spy who defects after being betrayed by his country. [19] [20] In November 2013, Gong Yoo was appointed as a special representative of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Korea, in conjunction with a celebration of the 24th year since the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) was adopted. Following his appointment, he has visited countries around the world to raise awareness of the situation of children in underdeveloped countries. [21]

On July 7, 2014, Gong Yoo was named as an ambassador for the National Tax Service (NTS), alongside actress Ha Ji-won. The pair modeled for promotional posters and took part in street campaigns that encourage honest tax payment in support of the NTS. [22]

2016–present: Career resurgence

Gong Yoo experienced a new high in his career with consecutive hit works in 2016. [23] His first film in 2016 was the melodrama A Man and a Woman alongside critically acclaimed actress Jeon Do-yeon. [24] [25] He then starred in the hugely successful zombie blockbuster Train to Busan , [26] which surpassed 11 million admissions in South Korea. [27] He then starred in another box office hit The Age of Shadows , [28] which surpassed 6 million admissions in two weeks. [29]

In December 2016, Gong Yoo returned to television in Kim Eun-sook's fantasy-romance drama Guardian: The Lonely and Great God , playing the titular goblin. [30] The drama was a massive hit and Gong won Best Actor at the Baeksang Awards for his performance. [31] [32]

In October 2018, Gong was cast in two films. In Lee Yong-ju's action thriller film Seo Bok, Gong will play a former intelligence agent who is caught up in the chase of catching the first human clone to uncover the secret to eternal life. [33] [34] In the feminist film Kim Ji Young, Born in ’82, Gong will play the role of Kim Ji-young's husband. [35]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
2003 My Tutor Friend Lee Jong-soo [36]
2004 Spy Girl Choi Ko-bong [37]
Superstar Mr. GamPark Chul-soo [38]
S Diary Yoo-in [39]
2005 She's on Duty Kang No-young [40]
2007 Like a Dragon Park ChulFilm adaptation of video game Ryu Ga Gotoku [41]
2010 Finding Mr. Destiny Han Gi-joonFilm adaptation of stage musical Finding Kim Jong-wook
2011 Silenced Kang In-hoFilm adaptation of Gong Ji-young's novel The Crucible
2013 The Suspect Ji Dong-chul
2016 A Man and a Woman Ki-hong
Train to Busan Seok-woo
The Age of Shadows Kim Woo-jin
2019Seo BokKi-heon
Kim Ji Young, Born in ’82Jung Dae-hyun

Television series

YearTitleRoleNetworkNotes
2001 School 4 Hwang Tae-young KBS2 Ep. 29 to 48
2002Whenever the Heart BeatsPark Chan-ho
Hard LoveSeo Kyung-chul
200320 YearsSeo Joon SBS [42] [43]
Best Theater: Flying SaucerKi JinMBCEp. 533
ScreenKim Joon-pyo SBS
My Room, Your RoomKim Sung-joonSayClub Internet Drama [44]
2005 Hello My Teacher Park Tae-in SBS
2006 One Fine Day Seo Gun MBC
2007 Coffee Prince Choi Han-kyul
2012 Big Seo Yoon-jae/Kang Kyung-joon KBS2
2013 Dating Agency: Cyrano Magician tvN Cameo, ep. 9 [45]
2016–2017 Guardian: The Lonely and Great God Goblin / Kim Shin

Music video appearances

YearSong titleArtistRef.
2014"How I Am" Kim Dong-ryool [46]

Hosting

YearProgramRoleEpisodesNetworkRef.
2004Music Camp Host 2004.01.10–2004.07.03 MBC [47]
2008–2009장병가요 베스트 (Best Music)episodes 155~186KFN [48]
공유가 기다리는 20시 DJ 371 episodes [3]

Discography

YearTitleAlbumRef.
2012"Because It's You" Big soundtrack [49]

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryNominated workResultRef.
200216th KBS Drama Awards Best New ActorHard LoveNominated
200311th SBS Drama Awards New Star AwardScreenWon [50]
200513th SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Hello My Teacher Nominated
200625th MBC Drama Awards Special Award, Actor in a Miniseries One Fine Day Won [51]
20071st Mnet 20's Choice Awards Best StyleN/AWon [52]
26th MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor Coffee Prince Won [53]
Popularity Award, ActorNominated
Best Couple Award (with Yoon Eun-hye)Nominated
2011 32nd Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor Silenced Nominated
Popular Star AwardWon [54]
2012 48th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film)Nominated
26th KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Big Nominated
Best Couple Award (with Lee Min-jung)Nominated
20138th Seoul International Drama Awards Outstanding Korean ActorNominated
201419th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor The Suspect Nominated
48th Taxpayers' DayPresidential CommendationN/AWon [55]
22nd Korea Culture and Entertainment AwardsTop Excellence Award, Actor in a Film The Suspect Won [56]
2016Korea Film Actors Association AwardsGrand Prize A Man and a Woman Won [57]
2nd Fashionista AwardsBest Fashionista – Red Carpet CategoryN/ANominated [58]
Best Dresser – MaleNominated
BloodGuts UK Horror AwardsBest Actor in an International Film Train to Busan Nominated
201714th Seoul Creative Festival of Film AdvertisingModel of the YearN/AWon [59]
11th Asian Film Awards Best Actor Train to Busan Nominated
iHorror Awards Best Actor – Horror FilmNominated
53rd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (TV) Guardian: The Lonely and Great God Won [32]
Grand Prize (TV)Nominated
Brand of the Year AwardsActor of the YearWon [60]
2017 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Actor Train to Busan Nominated
22nd Chunsa Film Art Awards Best ActorNominated
Korea Advertisers Association AwardsBest Model AwardN/AWon [61]
3rd Fashionista AwardsBest Fashionista – TV & Film Division Guardian: The Lonely and Great God Nominated [62]

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