Biography

Gong Yoo (Hangul: 공유) is a South Korean actor. He started his career in showbiz as a VJ and subsequently debuted with parts in school dramas and films, eventually gaining starring roles in prime time dramas such Hello My Teacher and One Fine Day. His role as a cafe manager who falls in love with a girl disguised as a man in romantic comedy The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince solidified his status as a drama leading man. The popularity of the drama made him a regional star. After serving the 2-year compulsory military service, Gong Yoo made his comeback with romantic comedy Finding Mr Destiny and Silenced, a film project spearheaded by the actor himself upon reading the book based on the real events of deaf students being sexually exploited by the staff in a South Korean special school. Gong took on the role as a North Korean agent in action film the suspect in 2013. His post-military television comeback Big was however, not as well received. While Gong remained popular with Korean audience and brand sponsors, he experienced somewhat of a career renaissance in 2016 with box office hits Train to Busan and Age of Shadows, as well as one of the most-viewed Korean cable television drama, Goblin.

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Gong Yoo (Hangul: 공유) is a South Korean actor. He started his career in showbiz as a VJ and subsequently debuted with parts in school dramas and films, eventually gaining starring roles in prime time dramas such Hello My Teacher and One Fine Day. His role as a cafe manager who falls in love with a girl disguised as a man in romantic comedy The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince solidified his status as a drama leading man. The popularity of the drama made him a regional star. After serving the 2-year compulsory military service, Gong Yoo made his comeback with romantic comedy Finding Mr Destiny and Silenced, a film project spearheaded by the actor himself upon reading the book based on the real events of deaf students being sexually exploited by the staff in a South Korean special school. Gong took on the role as a North Korean agent in action film the suspect in 2013. His post-military television comeback Big was however, not as well received. While Gong remained popular with Korean audience and brand sponsors, he experienced somewhat of a career renaissance in 2016 with box office hits Train to Busan and Age of Shadows, as well as one of the most-viewed Korean cable television drama, Goblin.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 20

Birthday 1979-07-10

Place of Birth Busan, South Korea

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Also Known As

  • Gong Ji-chul
  • Гон Ю
  • 공유
  • Yoo Gong
  • 공지철
  • 孔侑
  • 孔劉
  • コン・ユ

Acting TV ShowsMovies

2016 Goblin(16 episodes) as Kim Shin
2016 The Age of Shadows as Kim Woo-jin
2016 Train to Busan as Seok Woo
2016 A Man and a Woman as Ki-Hong
2013 The Suspect as Ji Dong-chul
2012 Big(16 episodes) as Seo Yoon-jae / Kang Kyung-joon
2011 Silenced as Kang In-ho
2010 Finding Mr. Destiny as Han Gi-Joon
2010 Running Man(1 episode)
2007 Coffee Prince(18 episodes) as Choi Han Kyul
2007 Yakuza: Like a Dragon as Park
2006 One Fine Day(16 episodes) as Seo Gun
2005 Hello My Teacher(16 episodes) as Park Tae In
2005 She's on Duty as Kang No-young, boy at school, Jae-in's neighbour
2004 S Diary as Yu In
2004 Mr. Gam's Victory as Park Cheol-Su
2004 Spy Girl as Choi Ko-bong
2003 Screen(18 episodes) as Kim Jun-Pyo
2003 My Tutor Friend as Jong-soo
2001 School 4(1 episode) as Hwang Tae-young

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