Yoo Jun-sang (born November 28, 1969) is a South Korean actor and singer. Yoo is best known for starring in the Hong Sang-soo films Ha Ha Ha (2010), The Day He Arrives (2011), and In Another Country (2012). He was also praised for his supporting roles in Wide Awake (2007) and Moss (2010), and gained newfound popularity in 2012 because of the TV drama My Husband Got a Family. Aside from film and television, Yoo is also active in musical theatre, notably in The Three Musketeers, Jack the Ripper and The Days. He is also one of the main characters in The Uncanny Counter seasons 1 and 2

Yoo Jun-sang
Yoo in January 2015
Born (1969-11-28) November 28, 1969 (age 54)
EducationDongguk University
Occupations
  • Actor
  • singer
Years active1995–present
AgentNamoo Actors
Spouse
(m. 2003)
Children2
Korean name
Hangul
유준상
Hanja
劉俊相
Revised RomanizationYu Jun-sang
McCune–ReischauerYu Chunsang

Career

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Yoo Jun-sang graduated from Dongguk University with a bachelor's degree in Theater and Film and a master's degree in Theater Arts. Having kicked off his career in 1995 through SBS's open auditions, Yoo built a stable acting career through films and TV series.[1] He also stars in stage musicals, notably Claws of Angel,[2] The Three Musketeers,[3] Jack the Ripper,[4] Rebecca,[5][6] Kim Kwang-seok jukebox musical The Days,[7][8] and Frankenstein.[9] Additionally, Yoo has been a full-time faculty member at the Korea Arts Institute since 2010.[10]

He gave a memorable supporting turn as a cynical prosecutor in 2010's Moss, the blockbuster mystery film based on a popular online comic series.[11] His performance garnered him Best Supporting Actor wins at the Buil Film Awards and Chunsa Film Art Awards. He also won Best Supporting Actor at the Grand Bell Awards for the 2007 medical thriller Wide Awake.

But Yoo is best known as a regular in the films of auteur Hong Sang-soo.[12] He headlined The Day He Arrives in 2011, which netted him the Best Actor prize at the Busan Film Critics Awards.[13][14] He also starred in Ha Ha Ha, which won the top prize in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, at which Yoo and his fellow cast members walked the red carpet.[15] When asked to describe the actor, Hong said that "Yoo is... a kind person."[16] [...] I just... like him. I like him a lot. He is someone with a drive that doesn't irritate me. His honesty doesn't irritate me either and I like his energy. His energy has a clean color. And I think he's a lot of help when we work together."[17] The director cast him opposite renowned French actress Isabelle Huppert in Hong's first English-language film In Another Country. He described Huppert as "a real joy" to work with,[18] while she praised him as "kind and charismatic."[19] Yoo was singled out in The Hollywood Reporter review as the film's scene-stealer.[20]

After a five-year absence from television, he returned in the series My Husband Got a Family (also known as Unexpected You) co-starring Kim Nam-joo. The drama was a big hit, it not only consistently topped its timeslot throughout its long run, but ranked number one on the 2012 yearly TV ratings chart.[21][22] As a result, Yoo enjoyed his biggest surge of mainstream popularity since his debut, landing commercial contracts and gaining the nickname "Nation's son-in-law".[23]

In 2012, he published his memoir titled The Invention of Happiness. Yoo said he began writing diaries back in university when his professor recommended that he try filling up at least one journal each year with personal reflections. The book contained highlights from his 20 years of journaling life—from his days as a college student, moments on the set of several productions to his travels and vacations—as well as poems and sketches made by the actor in his everyday life.[1][19] He donated all of the proceeds from the book to charity, especially to impoverished children.[24]

For the aerial action blockbuster R2B: Return to Base, Yoo along with the rest of the cast had to undergo months-long physical training for their role as jet fighter pilots. The actors also had to pass mandatory tests for actual pilots to be able to get into the cockpit—in a low-pressure chamber, emergency escape routine, simulated flight as well as training to develop tolerance for acceleration. Yoo reportedly passed out twice before he passed his 6G test, only passing on his third attempt.[25][26][27]

Yoo underwent knee surgery after an injury to his cruciate ligament while filming Fists of Legend. The action movie revolved around a group of middle-aged men who fight on a reality show for a cash prize.[28] On December 19, 2013, he released his first album, titled Junes; besides singing, Yoo composed, wrote the lyrics and produced all the seven songs included.[29] Yoo's second album, J N Joy 20: Travel Project One, Just Travel... Walking... and Thinking..., was a collaboration with guitarist Lee Jun-hwa and released on November 13, 2014, followed by his first concert.[30][31]

Personal life

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Besides acting, singing and writing, Yoo can also play several musical instruments including guitar, saxophone, violin and the piano.[10] In December 2012, he showcased 20 of his artwork at the Art Asia fair.[32]

He married actress Hong Eun-hee in 2003, and they have two sons named Yoo Dong-woo and Yoo Min-jae.[33][34] Dong-woo appeared in the 2011 short film Modern Family.[35]

In the talk show Healing Camp, he spoke about his love for his widowed mother, who suffered a cerebral hemorrhagic stroke in 2011.[36]

Filmography

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Film

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Year Title Role Notes
1999 Tell Me Something Kim Gi-yeon
2000 Nightmare Jung-wook
2001 Go Back, Red Peter's Confession
2003 Show Show Show San-hae
2005 Wedding Campaign Hee-chul
2007 Wide Awake Kang Wook-han
2009 Like You Know It All Mr. Go
Where is Ronny... In-ho
2010 Ha Ha Ha Bang Joong-sik
Moss Prosecutor Park Min-wook
2011 The Last Blossom Kim Geun-deok
List short film
The Day He Arrives Seong-jun
2012 In Another Country Lifeguard
R2B: Return to Base Lee Cheol-hee
Touch Park Dong-sik
Adventures in Zambezia Tendai the Peregrine Falcon (voice, Korean dubbed)
2013 Nobody's Daughter Haewon Joong-sik
Fists of Legend Lee Sang-hoon
2014 The Target Song Gi-cheol
2015 A Matter of Interpretation Detective
Angry Painter Painter
Right Now, Wrong Then Ahn Seong-gook
The Map Against The World Heungseon Daewongun
2017 Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds Dead firefighter
2019 Hotel by the River Byung Soo
2022 Honest Candidate 2 President of the Republic of Korea Special appearance[37]
The Boys Choi Woo-seong Premiere at BIFF[38]

Television series

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Year Title Role Notes
1994 Kka-chi-ne
1995 Agatha Christie
1996 Expedition of Men
MBC Best Theater
"Man Opening the Refrigerator Door"
Jae-min
When the Salmon Returns Han Jae-joon
1997 Wedding Dress
MBC Best Theater "Tricycle" Min-soo
MBC Best Theater "Until You Fall Asleep" Man
1998 Hope Inn
Sunday Best "April Concerto" Joon-ho
I Love You, I'm Sorry
Stranger Beom-soo
White Nights 3.98 Kim Jin-seok
1999 Young Sun Yoon Je-hyuk
We Saw a Lost Little Bird
Sunday Best
"A Thirty-one-year-old's First Kiss"
Cello Park Ki-tae
The Last War Kim Tae-joong
Goodbye My Love Song Dae-ho
Magic Castle Lee Poong-jin
2000 Butcher's Daughter
The Full Sun Kang Min-ki
2001 How Should I Be? Na Ki-chan
Life Is Beautiful Nam Jung-woo
Fox and Cotton Candy Bong Kang-chul
2002 Affection Jo Byung-soo
Inspector Park Mun-su Park Mun-su
2004 The Woman Who Wants to Marry Shin Joo-ho
2005 Land Kim Gil-sang
Young-jae's Golden Days Eom Joong-seo
2007 Catching Up with Gangnam Moms Seo Sang-won
2012 My Husband Got a Family Bang Gwi-nam/Terry Kang
2013 The Secret of Birth Hong Gyung-doo
My Love from the Star Section chief Yoo Cameo (Eps. 2–3)
2015 Heard It Through the Grapevine Han Jeong-ho
2016 Working Mom Parenting Daddy Lee Moon-han Cameo
Pied Piper Yoon Hee-Sung
2017 Distorted Lee Seok-min
2019 Liver or Die[39] Lee Poong-sang
2020 Graceful Friends Ahn Goong-chul
2020 The Uncanny Counter Ga Mo-tak Season 1–2
2021 The Penthouse: War in Life Jung Doo-man Cameo, Season 2[40]
2022 Alchemy of Souls Park Jin [41]
TBA We Will Replace the Trip Oh Sang-sik [42]

Music video

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Year Title Artist
2003 "Can't I?" Wheesung
2007 "Oh, You Beautiful Woman" Yoo Jun-sang

Stage

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Concerts

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Concert performances
Year Title Role Theater Date Ref.
English Korean
2011 Lee Young-mi concert 이영미 콘서트 Singer Rolling hole May 6, 2011 [43]

Musical

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Year Title Role Theater Date Ref.
English Korean
1995 Foes of Women
1998 Grease
2001 The Play
2001 Love & Luve
2004 Two Men
2005 Passion of the Rain
2007 Claws of Angel Il-du/Idu
2008 The Life Sonja
2008–2009 The Happy Life Beom-jin
2009 The Three Musketeers 삼총사 D'Artagnan Chungmu Art Hall Grand Theatre May 12 - June 21 [44]
2009-2010 Jack the Ripper 살인마 잭 Anderson Universal Art Center November 13, 2009 – January 31, 2010 [45]
Yeungnam University Cheonma Art Center Grand Hall, Daegu December 24 – 26, 2009 [46]
2013 Rebecca Maxim de Winter
The Days Jung-hak 2014, 2015, 2016–2017 [47]
2014 Frankenstein Victor Frankenstein 2015 [47]
2014–2015 Those Days 그날들 Cha Jun-hak Daehangno Musical Center Grand Theater Oct 21–Jan 18, 2015 [48]
2015 Seongnam Art Center Opera House March 21–22 [49]
Incheon Culture and Arts Center Grand Performance Hall Feb 7–8
Daegu Keimyung Art Center April 4–5
Jeju Art Center May 30–31
2015 Robin Hood Robin Hood
2016 Those Days 그날들 Cha Jun-hak Chungmu Art Center Grand Theater Aug 25–Nov 3 [50]
Daegu Keimyung Art Center Nov 12–13 [51]
Centum City Sohyang Theater Shinhan Card Hall Busan Dec 2–4
Gyeonggi Arts Center Grand Theater Suwon Dec 10–11
Guri Art Hall Cosmos Grand Theater Dec 16–17
GS Caltex Yeulmaru Grand Theater Yeosu Dec 23–25
2017 Those Days 그날들 Cha Jun-hak Seongnam Art Center Opera House Jan 21–22 [52]
Seoul Arts Center Opera Theater Feb 7–March 5 [53]
2017 Ben Hur Judah Ben Hur [47]
2018 Barnum P.T. Barnum [47]
2018–2019 Those Days 그날들 Cha Jun-hak Centum City Sohyang Theater Shinhan Card Hall Busan Dec 23–30 [54]
Daejeon Arts Center Art Hall Jan 5–6 [55]
Blue Square Shinhan Card Hall Busan Feb 22–May 6 [56]
Gyeongsangnam-do Culture and Arts Center Grand Performance Hall Guri June 7–8 [55]
2021 Beetlejuice Beetlejuice [57]
2023 Those Days 그날들 Cha Jun-hak Seoul Arts Center July 12 to September 3 [58]

Theater

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Theater play performances of Oh
Year Title Role Venue Date Ref.
English Korean
2018 Doosan Humanities Theater 2018 Altruism - Nassim 두산인문극장 2018 이타주의자 - 낫심 Doosan Art Center Space111 April 10–29 [59][60]

Discography

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Album information Track listing
Oh, You Beautiful Woman
Track listing
7. 오, 그대는 아름다운 여인 (Oh, You Beautiful Woman) – Yoo Jun-sang
Don't Turn Off the Lights
  • 1 track from Love Tree Project:
    Namoo Actors Charity Project
  • Released: January 8, 2010
  • Label: Ode Music, KT Music
Track listing
8. 꺼지지 않는 불빛 (Don't Turn Off the Lights) – Yoo Jun-sang
Gray City / I Hate This City
Track listing

11. 회색도시 (Gray City) – Ensemble, Yoo Jun-sang

22. 이 도시가 싫어 (I Hate This City) – Ensemble, Yoo Jun-sang
Ce Song
Track listing
2. Ce Song – Yoo Jun-sang (feat. Kwak Dong-yeon and Kim Sang-ho)
Junes
  • Album
  • Artist: Yoo Jun-sang
  • Released: December 20, 2013
  • Label: CJ Music
Track listing
  1. 27과 33 그 해 여름 사이
  2. 사랑이 필요해
  3. 아름다운 아름다운
  4. Making Room
  5. 그대에게 다가가는 순간 (feat. Lee Da-yeon of Taurine)
  6. In Tokyo
  7. 27과 33 여름 사이
Travel Project One: Just Travel... Walking... And Thinking...
  • Album
  • Artist: J N Joy 20
    (Yoo Jun-sang, Lee Joon-wha)
  • Released: November 17, 2014
  • Label: Mirrorball Music
Track listing
  1. 기타 치기 좋은 오후
  2. 나의 본적을 찾아서
  3. Now(nä)
  4. 기차 너머 보이는 저 풍경 위를 따라가다 보면
  5. The Path You've Been
  6. 이제 울지 마
  7. 어떤 사람이 될까?
  8. I'll Call The Name
  9. 너에게 못다 한 이야기
  10. 공연할 때 눈물을 너무 많이 흘려서 앞으로 눈물이 안 나오면 어쩌나 걱정하는 어느 연기자의 고백

Book

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Year Title Publisher ISBN
2012 The Invention of Happiness[61] Yolimwon ISBN 9788970637426

Ambassadorship

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  • Public Relations Ambassador for the Park Kyung-ri Literature Awards (2022)[62]

Awards and nominations

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Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2001 MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor How Should I Be? Won
Popularity Award Won
2002 8th Korea Musical Awards Best Actor The Play Won
MBC Drama Awards Popularity Award Fox and Cotton Candy Won
2005 SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Land Won
2006 40th Taxpayer's Day Prime Minister's Commendation Won
2007 SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Catching Up with Gangnam Moms Won
2008 45th Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actor Wide Awake Won
2009 3rd Daegu International Musical Festival Popular Star Award Won
2010 18th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Supporting Actor Moss Won
19th Buil Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Ha Ha Ha Won
31st Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Moss Nominated
2011 12th Busan Film Critics Awards Best Actor The Day He Arrives Won
2012 5th Style Icon Awards Top 10 Style Icons Won
Korea Advertisers Association Awards Good Model Award Won
21st Buil Film Awards Best Actor In Another Country Nominated
49th Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated
1st K-Drama Star Awards Excellence Award, Actor My Husband Got a Family Won
Top Popularity Award Won
KBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor Won
Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Nominated
Netizen Award, Actor Nominated
Best Couple Award with Kim Nam-joo Won
2013 49th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (TV) Nominated
50th Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actor Fists of Legend Nominated
25th Korean PD Awards Best Performer, TV Actor category Won
SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries The Secret of Birth Nominated
2014 8th Daegu International Musical Festival Star of the Year Award Won
2015 9th Daegu International Musical Festival Won
4th Yegreen Musical Awards Actor of the Year Won
8th Korea Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor Heard It Through the Grapevine Nominated
4th APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Nominated
SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length Drama Won
2016 3rd Wildflower Film Awards Best Supporting Actor A Matter of Interpretation Nominated
2018 12th Daegu International Musical Festival Star of the Year Award Won
2019 MBC Entertainment Awards Multi-tainer Award Funding Together Won
KBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor Liver or Die Won
Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length Drama Nominated
Netizen Award, Actor Nominated
Best Couple Award with Shin Dong-mi Won

Listicles

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Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Forbes 2013 Korea Power Celebrity 40 12th [63]
2014 29th [citation needed]

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