Sol Kyung-gu

Sol Kyung-gu (born May 14, 1967) is a South Korean actor. Sol studied Theater and Film at Hanyang University. Upon his graduation in 1994, he appeared in numerous theatrical productions, such as the hit Korean adaptation of the German rock musical Subway Line 1, and productions of Sam Shepard's True West and A. R. Gurney's Love Letters.[1] He is best known for his roles in Public Enemy film series, Peppermint Candy, Oasis, Silmido, Hope and The Merciless.

Sol Kyung-gu
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Sol in March 2019
Born (1967-05-14) May 14, 1967 (age 55)
EducationHanyang University
Years active1993–present
AgentC-JeS Entertainment
Height180 cm (5 ft 11 in)
(m. 1996; div. 2006)

(m. 2009)
Korean name
Revised RomanizationSeol Gyeong-gu
McCune–ReischauerSŏl Kyŏnggu

Early YearsEdit

Sol was born in Seocheon, ChungcheongNam on May 1, 1968. He is the second son with one younger sister. He and his family moved to Dohwa-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul when his father, who was a civil servant, transferred to the Mapo-gu Office. Sol attended Mapo Elementary School [ko] and then enrolled in Mapo Middle School [ko] and Mapo High School [ko].[2]

Sol's parents wanted him to go to an engineering college, thus guaranteeing him a stable job. However, Sol entered the Department of Theater and Film of Hanyang University with the idea of becoming a film director.[3]


Early Career: 1993-1997Edit

Sol studied Theater and Film at Hanyang University (Class of '86). In May 1993, When Sol was in his 4th year of college, he directed play for the 1st Young Theatre FestivalThe Moon, Moon, The Bright Moon [ko]. At that time, Seol planned to enter The 3rd KBS Talent Recruitment, but he had no choice but to give up the recruitment due to his professor's request.[4] He was also active in Dongsung-dong since the second semester of his senior year, including guest directing play Bison, a performance for the drama class at Deoksung Women's University [ko], as a part time job.[4] Gradually, he naturally gave up his dream of becoming a film director, and debuted in 1993 with the play Simbasame as Sol joined Hanyang Theater Company, a theater company with alumni of the Department of Theater and Film at Hanyang University as majority of its members.[4]

When Sol was in his 4th year of college, Sol received a full scholarship with straight A credits and went up to the department at once. Before graduating from Hanyang University, he received invitations from his advisor to study master at Hanyang University graduate school or Korea National University of Arts, but he refused.[4] Sol continued his theatre activities in Hanyang Theater Company, however Sol didn’t want to be under the shadow of his school. After graduating, Sol left the company.[5]

In May 1994, Sol asked a college senior who was the head of the planning department at the theater company Hakjeon [ko]. At for a part time job. He met Kim Min-ki and was cast in hit Korean adaptation of the German rock musical Subway Line 1. Sol participated in this work from the premiere in 1994 to 1996, playing all but two of the 80 roles, accumulating various experiences and acting skills and earned big success.[6] In addition, he has been active as a theater actor and musical actor in Daehakro, appearing in plays such as Korean productions of Sam Shepard's True West and musical Mosquito (Musical) [ko].[1]

Since 1988, Sol began taking taking on minor roles in television. In the play, he was a star-actor who played 14 roles, but in television dramas, he was just an aspiring actor.[7] In the mid 1990s, Sol began taking on minor roles in feature films. In 1996, Sol made his screen debut in his first film A Petal, playing the role of Woo-ri, a college student who is chasing the whereabouts of the female lead girl (Lee Jung-hyun) at the recommendation of director Shim Kwang-jin, a college classmate who was taking directing lessons from director Jang Seon-woo.

1998-2002: Career BreakthroughEdit

In 1997, Sol met Cha Seung-jae, the CEO of Sidus FNH, the producer of the film Girls' Night Out, which released in 1998. Sol had minor role and his name was post in credit as a film actor.[8][9] Sol played a cartoonist who spends a night with Yeon (Jin Hee-kyung), a hotel employee in the play, and his acting was short but impressive. He then signed management contracts with Sidus HQ and made his breakthrough, with major roles in Rainbow Trout, Phantom: The Submarine, and The Bird That Stops in the Air (1999).[10]

In early 1999, Sol was selected for the lead role through an audition in director Lee Chang-dong's film Peppermint Candy. Initially, Sol failed at the first audition, but the director's wife, known as the playwright of the play Confession, saw him in the audition film she saw in the living room by chance, and recommended him, saying, "Here's Kim Young-ho" he is famous.[11]

In addition, director Lee Chang-dong revealed the reason for casting Seol Kyung-gu as follows.

Unlike other actors, I rather liked that he hesitated and said that he had no confidence. He looked weak in charisma with an ordinary mask, but his face was different every time I saw him, and that seemed to enable him to express various colors as well as good and evil, so he was cast.[12]

In film Peppermint Candy, Sol played Kim Yeong-ho, a suicidal man devastated by the two-decades of historical change his country undergoes.[13] After shooting for six months from mid-May to the end of September, the film debuted on October 14 of that year as the opening film at the 4th Busan International Film Festival. The film was acclaimed and Sol received rave reviews. He swept 10 New Actor Awards and Best Actor Awards at the Korean Film Critics Association Award, Chunsa Film Awards, Blue Dragon Film Awards, Daejong Awards, and Baeksang Arts Awards.

Sol next appeared in a romantic comedy I Wish I Had a Wife with Jeon Do-yeon in 2001, played the role of Bong-su, an ordinary old bachelor bank clerk who yearns for romance. Then acted in a Japanese TV drama produced by NHK.

In 2002, Sol starred in three major films. As a violent and unscrupulous police detective in Public Enemy, he won Best Actor at the Grand Bell Awards and Blue Dragon Film Awards respectively. In August, he starred in Lee Chang-dong's acclaimed third film Oasis, which won the Silver Lion for Best Director at the Venice Film Festival. Sol's portrayal of mildly mentally disabled outcast with sociopathic inclinations won him Best Actor at the Chunsa Film Art Awards, Korean Association of Film Critics Awards, Korean Film Awards, Director's Cut Awards, and 29th Seattle International Film Festival. In November, he acted together with Cha Seung-won in a box office hit Jail Breakers by director Kim Sang-jin.[14]

2003-2011: Success as a box-office actorEdit

In 2003, Sol starred in Silmido directed by Cinema Service founder Kang Woo-suk, which became the first Korean film in history to gross 10 million admissions.[15][16] His next role was as the title character in Rikidōzan, about the legendary ethnic Korean pro wrestler who became a national hero in Japan in the 1950s. Sol gained 20 kilograms for the role and also delivered 95% of his lines in Japanese. Although his performance was acclaimed, the film vastly underperformed on its local release.[17][18]

In 2005, Sol starred in the sequel Another Public Enemy, which ended up outgrossing the original.[19] This was followed by a second sequel, Public Enemy Returns in 2008. His other films Haeundae (2009), The Tower (2012) and Cold Eyes (2013) have also been box office hits.[20][21][22][23][24][25] For his performance in Haeundae, he won Grand Prize at the 2009 Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards, followed by Best Actor award at the 18th Chunsa Film Art Awards for his performance in 2010 film No Mercy.

In October 2005, Seol Kyung-gu played the role of the male protagonist Andy in A. R. Gurney's Love Letters by the theatre company Hanyang Repertory. It was directed Professor Choi Hyung-in [ko], his acting teacher.[26] It was his comeback onstage for the first time in years since his latest the musical Subway Line 1.[27]

2012-2015: Career resurgenceEdit

Seol Kyung-gu returned to the movie after about a year and a half with the disaster movie Tower in December 2012.[28] In 2013, Seol appeared in three movies Cold Eyes,[29][30] The Spy: Undercover Operation,[31] and Hope and mobilised a total of 1681 million viewers in 2013. He ranked 2nd after Song Kang-ho in the box office actor.[32] In director Lee Jun-ik's family drama Hope,[33] which is based on the child sexual assault case, also called the 'Cho Doo-soon case', Seol played the role of Dong-hoon, expressing the desperate need of a father to watch his daughter's pain and suffering, and resonating with the audience.[34][35] He received favorable reviews for his excellent acting, and won the him Best Actor at the 50th Baeksang Arts Awards.[36][37][38]

In a media interview, director Lee Jun-ik commented on Seol Kyung-gu as follows.

He was a very respectable actor. Before filming, he came to the scene with a lot of emotion and only looked at the wall, but when the filming started, she poured out her emotions terribly. Because of Sol Kyung-gu, he was able to complete 'Wish'. he is a great learner.[39]

The following year, Sol starred in My Dictator, as an aspiring actor who is forced to impersonate North Korean leader. For his performance in My Dictator, he won Best Actor at the 35th Golden Cinematography Awards.[40]

Sol began teaching acting in 2014, at his alma mater Hanyang University, as an adjunct professor in the College of Performing Arts.[41][42][43]

In 2015, Sol starred in the war drama film The Long Way Home alongside Yeo Jin-goo. Seol played the role of Jang Nam-bok, a farmer who is suddenly dragged to the battlefield with a newborn baby in the war film Western Front, the directorial debut of playwright Cheon Seong-il. The film depicts the story of the confrontation between Jang Nam-bok of the South Korean Army and Kim Yeong-gwang (Yeo Jin-goo) of the North Korean Army ahead of the armistice agreement in July 1953. With this film, he took on the role of a soldier for the third time following the previous films Peppermint Candy and Silmido.[44][45][46]


In 2017, Sol starred opposite Im Si-wan in The Merciless. It was shown out of competition in the Midnight Screenings section at the 70th Cannes Film Festival on May 24, 2017.[47][48] The film brought Sol to win Best Actor awards at the 54th Grand Bell Awards and 37th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards. He next starred in thriller film Memoir of a Murderer, as a retired serial killer with Alzheimer's disease.[49][50] For his performance in Memoir of a Murderer, Sol received Best Actor awards at the 17th Director's Cut Awards in 2017 and the 9th Korea Film Reporters Association Film Awards (KOFRA) in 2018.[51][52] The release of Sol's third film in 2017, I Want to Know Your Parents,[53] has been postponed indefinitely following the scandal of actor Oh Dal-su.[54]

Sol next starred in a 2019 film Idol opposite Han Suk-kyu and Chun Woo-hee, which opened in March.[55] Despite the solid acting by three senior actors, Idol received mix reviews.[56] In April 2019, Sol reunited with Jeon Do-yeon, eighteen years after I Wish I Had a Wife, in the film Birthday.[57] The film, inspired by the Sinking of MV Sewol tragedy, deals with the struggles faced by a couple who lose their son in a tragic accident.[58] The film had its international premiere at the 2019 Far East Film Festival in Udine.[59] The same year, Sol starred in the human comedy film Man to Men with Cho Jin-woong.[60][61]

Sol has reunited with The Merciless director Byun Sung-hyun for the film Kingmaker. It was released in December 2021.[62]

In 2022 Sol will be honoured by 26th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival by hosting an actor special exhibition 'The Actor, Sol Kyung-gu' focusing on actor Sol Kyung-gu's 29-year acting career along with various events such as the publication of a commemorative booklet entitled 'Sol Kyung-gu is Snow Gyeong-gu', and mega talk during the festival.[63]

Personal lifeEdit

Sol married the younger sister of actor Ahn Nae-sang in 1996. They have one daughter together. After being separated for four years, Sol and his wife divorced on July 21, 2006.[64]

On May 28, 2009, Sol married actress Song Yoon-ah. They have one son together. Sol and Song previously worked together in the films Jail Breakers (2002) and Lost in Love (2006).[65][66]


Seol and his wife Song Yoon-ah supported the entire cost of surgery for Ha-jin, who was suffering from congenital heart disease. In July 2010, they visited Seoul St. Mary's Hospital.[67][68]

In April 2014, Seol Kyung-gu, along with Song Yoon-ah, said through the Korean Committee for UNICEF, "I felt pain that is difficult to express in words while watching the Sewol ferry disaster. I sincerely hope for recovery," and donated 100 million won to the victims of the Sewol disaster.[69][70]

On February 13, 2023, Sol donated 50 million won to help 2023 Turkey–Syria earthquake, by donating money through Korea's UNICEF Committee with participation in the Emergency Relief for Children Victims of the Earthquake in Turkey and Syria' programme along with Song Yoon-ah.[71]



List of Film
Year Title Role Note
English Korean
1996 A Petal 꽃잎 Brother of girl
Love Story 러브스토리 Young-ho
1998 Girls' Night Out 처녀들의 저녁식사 Gyu-sik
1999 Phantom: The Submarine 유령 Number 432
Rainbow Trout 송어 Min-soo
2000 Peppermint Candy 박하사탕 Kim Yong-ho
The Legend of Gingko 단적비연수 Juk
2001 I Wish I Had a Wife 나도 아내가 있었으면 좋겠다 Kim Bong-soo
2002 Public Enemy 공공의 적 Kang Chul-joong
The Bird That Stops in the Air 새는 폐곡선을 그린다 Kim
Oasis 오아시스 Hong Jong-du
Jail Breakers 광복절 특사 Yu Jae-pil
2003 Silmido 실미도 Kang In-chan
2004 Rikidōzan 역도산 Rikidōzan/Kim Sin-rak
2005 Another Public Enemy 공공의 적 2 Kang Chul-joong
2006 Lost in Love 사랑을 놓치다 Woo-jae [72][73]
Cruel Winter Blues 열혈남아 Shim Jae-mun [74]
2007 Voice of a Murderer 그놈 목소리 Han Kyung-bae [75][76]
Venus and Mars 싸움 Kim Sang-min [77]
2008 Public Enemy Returns 강철중: 공공의 적 1-1 Kang Chul-joong
2009 Haeundae 해운대 Choi Man-sik
Closer to Heaven 내 사랑 내 곁에 Kim Jong-do Cameo
A Brand New Life 여행자 Jin-hee's father
2010 No Mercy 용서는 없다 Kang Min-ho [78][79]
Troubleshooter 해결사 Kang Tae-sik [80][81]
Camellia 카멜리아 Yong-soo Short film (segment: "Kamome")
2012 The Tower 타워 Kang Young-ki
2013 Cold Eyes 감시자들 Chief Detective Hwang
The Spy: Undercover Operation 스파이 Chul-soo [82][83]
Hope 소원 Im Dong-hoon [33]
2014 My Dictator 나의 독재자 Kim Sung-geun [84][85]
2015 The Long Way Home 서부전선 Nam-bok [44]
2017 Lucid Dream 루시드 드림 Bang-seop [86]
The Merciless 불한당: 나쁜 놈들의 세상 Jae-ho [47]
Memoir of a Murderer 살인자의 기억법 Byeong-soo [49]
1987: When the Day Comes 1987 Kim Jeong-nam Special appearance[87]
2019 Idol 우상 Yoo Joong-sik [55]
Birthday 생일 Jung-il [57]
Man of Men Jang-su [61]
2021 The Book of Fish 자산어보 Jeong Yak Jeon
2022 Kingmaker 킹메이커: 선거판의 여우 Kim Woon-beom [62][88]
Yaksha: Ruthless Operations 야차 Kang-inn Netflix film[89][90][91]
I Want to Know Your Parents 니 부모 얼굴이 보고 싶다 Kang Ho-chang [53][92]
Boys 소년들 Hwang Jun-cheol Premiere at BIFF[93]
2023 Phantom 유령 Junji Murayama [94]
Kill Boksoon 길복순 Cha Min-kyu Netflix film[95]
The Moon 더 문 Kim Jae-guk [96][97]
TBA The Dinner 더 디너 Jae-wan [98]

Television seriesEdit

Television series performances
Year Title Role Note
English Korean
1988 Joy of Love KBS
1990 The House with a Deep Yard [ko] 마당 깊은 집 MBC
1991 Magpie Daughter-in-law MBC
1992 Man of crisis  [ko] 위기의 남자 KBS2 drama
1994 Oldest Sister [ko] 큰 언니 alumni MBC morning soap opera
1994 Daughter's house  [ko] 딸부잣집 KBS2 drama
1995 Young man Yangji  [ko] 젊은이의 양지 KBS2 drama
1995 Puberty 사춘기 Music Teacher MBC
1996 One's first love  [ko] 첫사랑 KBS2 drama
1997 There is a blue bird  [ko] 파랑새는 있 KBS2
A snail  [ko] 달팽이 SBS
Korea Gate [ko] 코리아게이트 Gujeonggil SBS
1999 Happy with More [ko] 해피투게더 SBS
2001 Prince Shōtoku (TV series) [ko] 쇼토쿠 태자 Shin Line Musa Lee Jin NHK Special Feature, Japanese Drama
TBA A gust [ko] 돌풍 Park Dong-ho

Music video appearancesEdit

Year Song title Artist
2004 "I Loved You to Death" SG Wannabe
2015 "How Much Love Do You Have in Your Wallet?" Park Yoo-chun

Stage creditEdit


Musical Performances
Year Title Role Venue
English Korean
1986 Porgy and Bess 포기와 베스
1994-1996 Subway Line 1 지하철 1호선 Multiple roles including withdrawal of mixed-race orphans, spectacles, crackdown squad Daehangno Hakjeon Green Small Theater Performance
1996 Mosquito (Musical) [ko] 모스키토 A bakery man, a drunk, a parent singer, a secretary to a member of the National Assembly, and many other roles Daehangno Hakjeon Green Small Theater Performance
1997-1998 Subway Line 1 지하철 1호선 Pointer and many others Daehangno Hakjeon Green Small Theater Performance
2001 Subway Line 1 지하철 1호선 Chulsoo, Passenger, Evangelist and many other roles Daehangno Hakjeon Green Small Theater Performance[99]
2001 Subway Line 1 지하철 1호선 Chulsoo, Passenger, Evangelist and many other roles April 3–5 Berlin Performance[100]


Theater Performances
Year Title Role Note
English Korean
1993 The Moon, Moon, The Bright Moon [ko] 달아 달아 밝은 달아 Production
1993 Simbasame (Barbara at night and Mary at dawn) 심바새메 (심야에는 바바라와 새벽에는 메리) Daehangno Information Small Theater
1994 This Song 이런 노래 Son, Jo Gyeong-hoon Small theater performance at Dongsung-dong Cultural Center
1995–1996 Simbasame (Barbara at night and Mary at dawn) 심바새메 (심야에는 바바라와 새벽에는 메리) gay alex Daehangno Information Small Theater[101]
1996 The serpentine groom and his bride 구렁이신랑과 그의 신부
1996 True West 트루웨스트 Lee Daehangno Seongjwa small theater performance
2005 Love Letter 러브레터 Andy Daehangno Hanyang Repertory Theater[102][103]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year presented, name of the award ceremony, category, nominated work and the result of the nomination
Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1992 28th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actor in Theater Won
1999 7th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best New Actor Rainbow Trout Nominated
20th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best New Actor Nominated
2000 10th Oslo International Film Festival Special Mention Award Peppermint Candy Won
36th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actor (Film) Won
8th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor Won
2nd International Film Festival Bratislava[104] Won
37th Grand Bell Awards Nominated
Best New Actor Won
20th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Won
23rd Golden Cinematography Awards Won
21st Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actor Won
Cine 21 Awards Best Actor Peppermint Candy, The Legend of Gingko Won
2002 38th Baeksang Arts Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) for Film Public Enemy Won
Best Actor (Film) Nominated
23rd Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actor Won
39th Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Won
Cine 21 Awards Public Enemy, Oasis, Jail Breakers Won
10th Chunsa Film Art Awards Oasis Won
3rd Busan Film Critics Awards Won
22nd Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Won
1st Korean Film Awards Won
5th Director's Cut Awards Won
2003 29th Seattle International Film Festival Won
39th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Nominated
26th Golden Cinematography Awards Most Popular Actor Won
3rd Korea World Youth Film Festival Favorite Actor Won
2004 40th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Silmido Nominated
2005 42nd Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Rikidōzan Nominated
Another Public Enemy Nominated
2006 3rd Max Movie Awards Nominated
2007 44th Grand Bell Awards Voice of a Murderer Nominated
28th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actor Nominated
6th Korean Film Awards Best Actor Cruel Winter Blues Nominated
15th Chunsa Film Art Awards Nominated
2008 16th Chunsa Film Art Awards Public Enemy Returns Nominated
29th Blue Dragon Film Awards[105] Best Leading Actor Nominated
Popular Star Award Won
2009 45th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Nominated
17th Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) for Film Haeundae Won
46th Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Nominated
2010 18th Chunsa Film Art Awards No Mercy Won
2013 33rd Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Hope Nominated
34th Blue Dragon Film Awards[106] Best Leading Actor Nominated
Popular Star Award Won
2014 50th Baeksang Arts Awards[107] Best Actor (Film) Won
13th New York Asian Film Festival[108] Star Asia Award Won
22nd Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) for Film My Dictator Won
1st Korean Film Producers Association Awards Best Actor Won
2015 35th Golden Cinematography Awards[40] Won
51st Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Nominated
2017 Korean Film Shining Star Awards Star Award The Merciless, Lucid Dream Won
1st The Seoul Awards Best Actor The Merciless, Memoir of a Murderer Nominated
54th Grand Bell Awards[109] The Merciless Won
37th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards[110] Won
38th Blue Dragon Film Awards Popular Star Award[111] Won
Best Leading Actor Nominated
Cine 21 Awards Best Actor Won
17th Director's Cut Awards[51] Memoir of a Murderer Won
2018 9th KOFRA Film Awards[52] Won
Faro Island Film Festival The Merciless Nominated
54th Baeksang Arts Awards[112] Best Actor (Film) Nominated
23rd Chunsa Film Art Awards[113] Best Actor Nominated
2019 23rd Fantasia International Film Festival[114] Idol Won
28th Buil Film Awards[115] Birthday Nominated
40th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actor Nominated
2020 56th Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Nominated
2021 57th Baeksang Arts Awards[116] Best Actor (Film) The Book of Fish Nominated
Chunsa Film Art Awards 2021[117] Best Actor Nominated
30th Buil Film Awards[118] Best Actor Nominated
41st Korean Association of Film Critics Awards[119] Best Actor Won
42nd Blue Dragon Film Awards[120][121] Best Leading Actor Won
41st Golden Cinematography Awards[122] Best Actor Won
Korea University Film Festival[123] Won
8th Korean Film Producers Association Awards[124] Won
Cine 21 Awards[125] Won
2022 20th Director's Cut Awards[126] Best Actor in film Nominated
58th Baeksang Arts Awards[127] Best Actor – Film Kingmaker Won
27th Chunsa Film Art Awards[128] Best Actor Nominated
58th Grand Bell Awards[129] Best Actor Nominated
43rd Blue Dragon Film Awards[130] Best Actor Nominated


Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Screen 2005 Most Influential Actor 1st [131]
Joynews 24 2008 Most Favourite Male Movie Character 1st [132]
Forbes 2010 Korea Power Celebrity 33rd [133]


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  3. ^ "냉정과 열정 사이, 深淵이 있다, 우리 시대의 '아름다운 남자' 설경구와의 하룻밤 이틀 낮" [Between cold and passionate, there is a deep abyss, one night and two days with Seol Kyung-gu, the 'beautiful man' of our time]. Shin Dong-A (신동아) (in Korean). 2002-10-06. p. 5. Retrieved 2023-02-08.
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  5. ^ "설경구, '2시간 10분' 사이에 인생이 바뀐 남자(인터뷰)" [Seol Kyung-gu, a man whose life changed between '2 hours and 10 minutes' (interview)]. Ten Asia (텐아시아). 2014-11-07. Retrieved 2017-09-06.
  6. ^ "[스크린★그땐 그랬지] 설경구 '처녀들의 저녁식사' 6분이 소름돋는 배우 밑거름으로…" [[Screen★It was then] Seol Kyung-gu's 'Dinner of Virgins' 6 minutes is a creepy actor's foundation...]. 스포츠경향. 2012-12-26. Retrieved 2017-09-07.
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  8. ^ "[문화산업 리더] 차승재 싸이더스 대표" [[Cultural Industry Leader] Cha Seung-jae CEO of Sidus]. 매일경제 (in Korean). Retrieved 2017-09-07.
  9. ^ "[진현철의 '별의 별 이야기'] 영화 '감시자들' 황 반장역 설경구" [[Jin Hyun-cheol's 'The Story of the Stars'] The movie 'The Watchers' Hwang Banjang Station Seol Kyung-gu]. Maeil Business (매일경제) (in Korean). 2013-07-11. Retrieved 2017-09-07.
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