Song Kang-ho
Song Gangho 2016.jpg
Song in 2016
Born (1967-01-17) January 17, 1967 (age 56)
Gimhae, South Gyeongsang, South Korea
OccupationActor
Years active1991–present
AgentSublime
Spouse
Hwang Jang-suk
(m. 1995)
Children2, including Jun-pyoung
AwardsBest Actor 2022 Cannes Film Festival
Honours
ROK Order of Cultural Merit Bo-gwan (3rd Class) ribbon.PNG
Bogwan Order of Cultural Merit (2010)
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
宋康昊
Revised RomanizationSong Gang-ho
McCune–ReischauerSong Kangho

Song Kang-ho (born January 17, 1967) is a South Korean actor. Song made his film debut in The Day a Pig Fell into the Well (1996), and came to national prominence with a series of critically acclaimed performances, including No. 3 (1997), Joint Security Area (2000), Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002), Memories of Murder (2003), The Host (2006), and A Taxi Driver (2017). Song rose to international prominence for his performances in Snowpiercer (2013) and Parasite (2019),[1] the latter of which won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival and the Academy Award for Best Picture.[2] He was awarded Best Actor at the 75th Cannes Film Festival for his performance in Broker.

In 2020, The New York Times ranked him #6 on its list of the 25 Greatest Actors of the 21st Century.[3] He has been named Gallup Korea's Film Actor of the Year four times (2013, 2017, 2019 and 2020).[4][5][6][7]

Early life

Song Kang-ho was born in GimhaeSouth Gyeongsang Province, South Korea in 1967. He had dream of becoming an actor since in his second year of middle school. After graduating from Gimhae High School, he went on to study at the Department of Broadcasting and Entertainment at Gyeongsang National University in Busan.[8][9]

Career

Early career

In 1990, when Song was 23 years old, he saw the theater company 'Yeonwoo' Stage's "Mr. Choi" in Busan and moved to Seoul to realize his dream. Song asked Ryu Tae-ho, who was the director of Yeonwoo Stage Theater, to at least let him be a cleaner. He made his stage premiere in 1991 in a play called "Dongseung," or A Little Monk and spent the next decade in stage and became famous as a talented actor.[10]

In 1995 Song joined Theater Company Chaimu, founded by theater director Lee Sang-woo, as founding member.[11]

Although he was regularly approached to act in films, he always turned down the opportunity until taking a role as an extra in Hong Sang-soo's 1996 film The Day a Pig Fell into the Well[12] at age 30.[13] and drew attention for playing the gangster's "Pan-soo" in Lee Chang-dong's "Green Fish" in 1997. The following year, after portraying one of the homeless in Jang Sun-woo's documentary-style Bad Movie,[14]

Song played the role of "Jopil," a stuttering gangster, and gained cult notoriety for his performance in Song Neung-han's No. 3 as a gangster training a group of young recruits, winning his first acting award at the Blue Dragon Film Awards.[10][15] Following this, Song was cast in several supporting roles before his high-profile appearance as Han Suk-kyu's secret agent partner in Kang Je-gyu's blockbuster thriller Shiri.[12] In early 2000, Song's popularity increased with his first leading role in the box office smash The Foul King, for which he did most of his own stunts.[citation needed]

It was his award-winning 2000 performance in Joint Security Area as a North Korean sergeant that established him as one of South Korea's leading actors. Song also starred in Park Chan-wook's acclaimed followup, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, which centers on a father's pursuit of his daughter's kidnappers.[16] In 2002, Song starred in another major production by Myung Films, YMCA Baseball Team, about Korea's first baseball team which formed in the early 20th century.[17]

Prominence

In 2003, he played a leading role as an incompetent rural detective in another critically acclaimed hit, Memories of Murder, from young director Bong Joon-ho.[18] It was the first of several critically acclaimed movies they would make together, with commentators describing Bong's relationship with Song as a "great actor-director collaboration".[2]

In 2004, Song starred in The President's Barber by debut director Im Chan-sang, which imagines the life of South Korean president Park Chung-hee's personal barber.[12] The following year he also took the lead in Antarctic Journal, a big-budget project by debut director Yim Pil-sung about an expedition in Antarctica that performed weakly at the box office.[19]

In 2006, Song was thrust back in the spotlight, however, with a leading role in Bong Joon-ho's record-breaking creature movie The Host. The film helped to broaden international awareness of Song's talent, and in March 2007 he was named Best Actor at the inaugural Asian Film Awards in Hong Kong.[20]

More high-profile projects followed: The Show Must Go On about an aging gangster,[21][22][23] Lee Chang-dong's Secret Sunshine,[24] Kim Jee-woon's western set in Manchuria The Good, the Bad, the Weird,[25][26] Park Chan-wook's vampire film Thirst in which he notably appeared full frontally nude,[27][28] the North–South spy thriller Secret Reunion,[29][30][31][32] the gangster love story Hindsight,[33][34][35][36] the suspense film Howling,[37][38] the English-language dystopian blockbuster Snowpiercer,[39] the period drama The Face Reader,[40][41] and The Attorney which was inspired by Roh Moo-hyun's early days as a human rights lawyer.[42][43][44]

Song has continued to star in a number of critically acclaimed films, including The Throne, a period film that presents a new spin on the relationship between King Yeongjo and Prince Sado;[45][46] period action film The Age of Shadows,[47][48] and A Taxi Driver, a film that depicts the 1980 Gwangju Democratization Movement.[49][50]

More recently, he had a starring role in the critically acclaimed film Parasite, also directed by his frequent collaborator Bong Joon-ho, which became the first South Korean film to win the Palme d'Or, as well as the first to be nominated for and win the Academy Award for Best Picture.

In 2021, he was selected as one of the nine judges in the competition section of the 74th Cannes Film Festival to be held from July 6 to July 17.[51] The following year, he was awarded Best Actor at the 75th Cannes Film Festival for his performance in Broker.[52]

Personal life

Song married Hwang Jang-suk in 1995,[53] with whom he has two children. Their son, Song Jun-pyoung, born in 1996, is a former football player for Suwon Samsung Bluewings, despite Song's opposition.[54]

In 2005, Song was found by the police to be drunk driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.095%. His license was suspended for 100 days.[55]

Philanthropy

On March 6, 2022, Song donated 100 million won to the Hope Bridge Disaster Relief Association to help the damage from the massive wildfire that started in Uljin, Gyeongbuk and spread to Samcheok, Gangwon.[56]

On July 22, 2022, Song donated 200 million won each at the start of the March 2020 corona crisis and another 100 million won when the east coast bushfires broke out in March, and joined the 'Honors Club', a large donor group.[57]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Ref.
1996 The Day a Pig Fell into the Well Dong-seok
1997 Green Fish Pan-su
No. 3 Jo-pil
Bad Movie Homeless man (cameo) [14]
1998 The Quiet Family Kang Yeong-min (son)
1999 Shiri Lee Jang-gil
2000 The Foul King Dae-ho
Joint Security Area Sgt. Oh Kyeong-pil
2002 Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance Park Dong-jin [16]
YMCA Baseball Team Lee Ho-chang [17]
2003 Memories of Murder Detective Park Doo-man [18]
2004 The President's Barber Seong Han-mo
2005 Antarctic Journal Choi Do-hyung [19]
Sympathy for Lady Vengeance Hired Assassin #1 (cameo)
Madagascar Alex (Korean version)
2006 The Host Park Gang-du [20]
2007 The Show Must Go On Kang In-goo [21]
Secret Sunshine Jong-chan [24]
2008 The Good, the Bad, the Weird Yun Tae-goo/The Weird [25]
2009 Thirst Sang-hyun [27]
2010 Secret Reunion Agent Lee Han-gyu [29]
A Little Pond Police officer (cameo)
2011 Hindsight Doo-hun [33]
2012 Howling Sang-gil [37]
Day Trip Master Short film[58]
2013 Snowpiercer Namgoong Minsu [39]
The Face Reader Nae-gyeong [40]
The Attorney Song U-seok [42]
2015 The Throne King Yeongjo [45]
2016 The Age of Shadows Lee Jung-chool [47]
2017 A Taxi Driver Man-seob [49]
2018 The Drug King Lee Doo-sam [59]
2019 Parasite Kim Ki-taek [60]
The King's Letters King Sejong [61]
2022 Broker Sang-hyeon [62][63]
Emergency Declaration In-ho [64][65][note 1][67]
TBA Fifth Column (제5열) Kang Jong-deok [68]
One Win Kim Woo-jin [69]
Cobweb Director Kim [70]

Television series

Year Title Role Ref.
TBA Uncle Samsik Uncle Samsik [71]

Theatre

Year Production Role Theater Ref.
1990 Teacher Choi (최선생) Extra Yeonwoo Theater
1991 A Little Monk (동승) Old man Yeonwoo Theater
Park Cheomji (박첨지) Yeonwoo Theater
1992 Fly birds (날아라 새들아) Yeonwoo Theater
I have soup (국물 있사옵니다) Yeonwoo Theater
Kooni, Nara (쿠니, 나라) Yeonwoo Theater
1993 Women's rebellion (여성반란) Mayor Sanwoolim Theater
1994 Giselle (지젤) Hilarion Batanggol Theater [72]
1995 Playland (플레이랜드) Hakchon Blue Performance Hall [73]
I'll be a star (스타가 될거야) President Towol Theater
1996 BE-AN-SO (비언소) Dongsoong Studio Theater

Awards and nominations

Year presented, name of the award ceremony, award category, nominated work and the result of the nomination
Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
1997 Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actor No. 3 Won
Best New Actor Nominated
Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Best New Actor Won
1998 Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best Actor The Quiet Family Won
1999 Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actor Shiri Nominated
2000 Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor Joint Security Area Nominated
Busan Film Critics Awards Won
Director's Cut Awards Won
Cine 21 Awards The Foul King, Joint Security Area Won
Women Viewers Film Awards The Foul King Won
2001 Deauville Asian Film Festival Joint Security Area Won [74]
Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Nominated
Most Popular Actor (Film) Won
Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Won [75]
2002 Blue Dragon Film Awards Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance Nominated
Korean Film Awards Nominated
2003 Blue Dragon Film Awards Memories of Murder Nominated
Grand Bell Awards Won
Netizen Popularity Award Won
Korean Film Awards Best Actor Won
Chunsa Film Art Awards Won
Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Won [76]
Director's Cut Awards Won
Cine 21 Awards Won
CGV Audience Choice of the Year Awards Won
2004 Max Movie Awards Nominated
Blue Dragon Film Awards The President's Barber Nominated
2006 Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor The Host Nominated
Director's Cut Awards Won [77]
Cine 21 Awards Won
2007 Asian Film Awards Won [78]
Golden Cinematography Awards Acting Grand Prize (Daesang) Won
Max Movie Awards Best Actor Nominated
Grand Bell Awards Nominated
Fantasia Festival The Show Must Go On Won
Blue Dragon Film Awards Won [79]
Korean Film Awards Nominated [80]
Secret Sunshine Won
Korean Association of Film Critics Awards The Show Must Go On Won
Busan Film Critics Awards Won
Director's Cut Awards Secret Sunshine Won
Korea University Film Festival Won
Cine 21 Awards The Show Must Go On, Secret Sunshine Won
2008 Palm Springs International Film Festival FIPRESCI Best Actor Award Secret Sunshine Won [81]
Asian Film Awards Best Actor Nominated
Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) The Show Must Go On Nominated
Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Secret Sunshine Nominated
Blue Dragon Film Awards The Good, the Bad, the Weird Nominated
Korean Film Awards Nominated
Max Movie Awards Secret Sunshine Nominated
2009 Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) The Good, the Bad, the Weird Nominated
Asian Film Awards Best Actor Nominated
Chunsa Film Art Awards Thirst Won
Blue Dragon Film Awards Nominated
Director's Cut Awards Won [82]
Cine 21 Awards Won
2010 KOFRA Film Awards Won [83]
Asian Film Awards Nominated
Max Movie Awards Nominated
Grand Bell Awards Secret Reunion Nominated
2011 Max Movie Awards Nominated
2013 Asia-Pacific Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Snowpiercer Nominated
Grand Bell Awards Best Actor The Face Reader Won [84]
Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Won [85]
Blue Dragon Film Awards Nominated
Cine 21 Awards Snowpiercer, The Face Reader, The Attorney Won
OBS Hot Icon Awards[a] Hot Icon Snowpiercer, The Attorney Won
Korea Film Actor's Association Awards Movie Top Star Award Snowpiercer, The Face Reader Won
2014 KOFRA Film Awards Best Actor The Attorney Won [87]
Chunsa Film Art Awards Won [88]
Asian Film Awards Nominated
Baeksang Arts Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) for Film Won [89]
Best Actor (Film) Nominated
Buil Film Awards Best Actor Won [90]
Grand Bell Awards Nominated
Blue Dragon Film Awards Won [91]
Director's Cut Awards Won
Max Movie Awards Won
Korea Film Actor's Association Awards Korea Top Star Award Won
2015 Busan International Film Festival Asia Casting Market Curtain Call Award Won [92]
Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor The Throne Nominated
2016 Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Nominated
Asia Pacific Screen Awards Best Actor Nominated
Shin Young-kyun Arts and Culture Foundation Top Cultural Award Won [93]
SACF Artists of the Year Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) The Age of Shadows Won [94]
Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor Nominated
Grand Bell Awards Nominated
2017 KOFRA Film Awards Won [95]
Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Won [96]
Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor Nominated
Fantasia Festival A Taxi Driver Won [97]
Buil Film Awards Won [98]
Korea World Youth Film Festival Favorite Middle-Aged Actor Won [99]
The Seoul Awards Best Actor (Film) Won [100]
Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Nominated
Blue Dragon Film Awards Won [101]
Korean Film Producers Association Awards Won [102]
Asian World Film Festival Special Mention Award Won [103]
2018 Baeksang Arts Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) for Film Nominated [104]
Best Actor (Film) Nominated [105]
2019 Locarno International Film Festival Excellence Award Parasite Won [106]
Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor Nominated [107]
Blue Dragon Film Awards Nominated [108]
Cine 21 Awards Won
Director's Cut Awards Won [109]
Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Okgwan Order of Cultural Merit Won [110]
2020 Phoenix Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actor Won [111]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Won [112]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actor Won [113]
AACTA International Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [114]
Critics' Choice Awards Best Acting Ensemble Nominated [115]
Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor The King's Letters Nominated [116]
Grand Bell Awards Parasite Nominated [117]
Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Nominated [118]
2021 Golden Cinema Film Festival Grand Prize (Daesang) Won [119]
2022 Cannes Film Festival Best Actor Broker Won [52]
Chunsa Film Art Awards 2022 Best Actor Nominated [120]
31st Buil Film Awards Best Actor Nominated [121]
27th Busan International Film Festival Étoile du Cinéma Won [122]
58th Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Nominated [123]
43rd Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor Nominated [124]

State honors

Name of country, year given, and name of honor
Country/Organization Year Honor Ref.
Tax Payer Day 2004 Presidential Commendation [citation needed]
South Korea[note 2] 2022 Order of Cultural Merit, 3rd Class [128]

Listicles

Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Cine21 2020 Actors that will lead Korean Video Content Industry in 2021 6th [129]
2021 Actors that will lead Korean Video Content Industry in 2022 6th [b] [130]
Gallup Korea 2013 Gallup Korea's Actor of the Year 1st [4]
2017 1st [5]
2019 1st [6]
2020 1st [7]
The New York Times 2020 25 Greatest Actors of the 21st Century 6th [3]

Notes

  1. ^ The film has been temporarily postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak in South Korea and the number of infections is likely to increase. The film was originally scheduled to be released in January 2022, thus temporarily postponing the screening.[66]
  2. ^ Honors are given at the Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards, arranged by the Korea Creative Content Agency and hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.[125][126] They are awarded to those who have contributed to the arts and South Korea's pop culture.[127]
  1. ^ OBS Hot Icon Awards is an entertainment popularity award given by OBS Gyeongin TV since 2013.[86]
  2. ^ mentioned together with Wi Ha-jun, Kim Soo-Hyun, Jo Jung-suk, Park Jung-min, Kim Seon-ho, Ma Dong-seok, Ahn Bo-hyun, Ryu Jun-yeol, Choi Woo-shik

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