Kim Heung-soo (actor)

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Kim Heung-soo
Kim in 2019
Born (1983-05-19) May 19, 1983 (age 39)
Occupation Actor
Years active1999–present
AgentAcom My ENT [1]
Korean name
Revised Romanization Gim Heung-su
McCune–Reischauer Kim Hǔng-su

Kim Heung-soo (born May 19, 1983) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his roles in television series, such as Love & Secret (2014–2015) and Gracious Revenge (2019–2020).




2002Over the RainbowKyung-soo
2003Romantic AssassinSan
2007 Hellcats Na Won-suk
2008Like Father, Like SonGun-sung
2010 Lady Daddy Young-kwang Cameo
A Good Night Sleep for the BadYoon-sung


1999–2000 School 2 KBS2 Park Heung-soo
2000Gibbs Family MBC Joon-hyuk
My Funky Family
RNA KBS2 Go Moo-sung
2002 Drama City Beautiful YouthHan Kang-pyo
2002–2003Honest Living SBS Kim Heung-soo
2004More Beautiful Than a Flower KBS2 Kim Jae-soo
2004–2005 Emperor of the Sea Jung Nyun
2005 Princess Lulu SBS Kim Chan-ho
2007 Drama City Aperture KBS2 Goo Young-goo
2007–2008 Kimcheed Radish Cubes MBC Jung Dong-sik
2008Life Special Investigation TeamGong Chul-soo
2009 Invincible Lee Pyung Kang KBS2 Je Young-ryu
2010–2011 The President [2] Ki Soo-chan
2011 Drama Special Series Perfect SpyKim Hyuk-bum
2014 KBS Drama Special Youth [3] Suk-hyun
Quiz of God 4 OCN Lee Jong-suk Guest (episode 5)
Diary of a Night Watchman MBC Prince Ki-san
2014–2015 Love & Secret KBS2 Chun Sung-woon
2018 Risky Romance MBC Choi Han-sung Guest
2019–2020 Gracious Revenge KBS2 Goo Hae-joon

Music video

YearSong titleArtist
2000"See You"Go Ho-kyung
2005"Three Letters"M To M
2006"Tears of the Sun" KCM
"To Eun-young, for the Last Time"
2010"I've Done Only Good Things for You"Bebe Mignon
"What Are You Doing?"4Men feat. Mi
2014"Pung Pung" ALi

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryNominated workResult
200418th KBS Drama Awards Best Supporting ActorMore Beautiful Than a FlowerWon
2007 21st KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a One-Act/Special/Short Drama Drama City ApertureNominated
2008 44th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actor (Film) Hellcats Nominated
2014 28th KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Daily Drama Love & Secret Nominated
2019 33rd KBS Drama Awards Gracious Revenge Nominated

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