February 18, 1985 (38)
Park Sung-hoon is a South Korean actor celebrated for his work in television dramas such as “Six Flying Dragons” and “Justice.”
Known for a range of roles that span various genres, Park Sung-hoon has been a prominent face in South Korean television dramas and films. Noteworthy works include “Six Flying Dragons,” where he played the role of Gil Tae-mi, and “Justice,” in which he portrayed the character Tak Soo-ho. His performances have garnered him substantial attention, making him a recognizable figure in the South Korean entertainment landscape.
Park Sung-hoon has worked with a diverse array of professionals in the industry. He starred alongside Yoo Ah-in and Shin Se-kyung in “Six Flying Dragons,” while he collaborated with Son Hyun-joo and Lim Jin-na in the television series “Justice.” Other significant collaborations include appearances with Yum Jung-ah in “SKY Castle,” Ko Won-hee in “Touch,” and Jin Se-yeon in “Would You Like To Have Dinner Together?” His ability to blend seamlessly into ensemble casts has also seen him work with talents like Song Yoon-ah, Lee Min-ki, Kim Ji-won, and Jang Seung-jo, among others.
His contributions to acting have not gone unnoticed. Park Sung-hoon has been the recipient of several awards that mark his success in the field. He received the Best New Actor award at the 4th APAN Star Awards for his role in “Six Flying Dragons.” He also secured nominations at the KBS Drama Awards for his work in “Justice.”