He is a South Korean actor, Kim Seon-ho (Korean; born May 8th, 1986). It was on the stage that he began his acting career before making his big-screen debut in 2017 with the film Good Manager. Start-Up (2020) and Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha (2021), which were broadcast on tvN and Netflix, were two of his first high-profile roles. He was named Gallup Korea’s TV Actor of the Year in 2021.
Income and Wealth
This is ultimately Kim Seon Ho‘s moment in the limelight as an actor. With his performance in Start-Up, a Netflix series, Kim has gained a lot of popularity. According to various sources, Seon Ho’s net worth is between $1 and $5 million at this time.
His wealth and net worth are expected to rise when he begins his career. The actor will also be cast in more significant roles and exciting projects.
Theatrical work from 2009 to 2016
In the years after his high school graduation, Kim pursued a degree in broadcasting and entertainment at the Seoul Institute of the Arts.
He started participating in plays while he was in college after joining a theatre club. In 2009, he made his stage debut in New Boeing Boeing, an adaption of a French play of the same name.
The Rooftop House Cat and Goal of Love were two of his Daehakro (off-Broadway) plays that he appeared in, both romantic comedies. During this time period, he branched out into darker parts and received critical acclaim in films like True West, Kiss of the Spider Woman, and Closer.
Television made its debut in 2017 and will run through 2019
The producer Lee Eun-jin [ko] saw Kim’s performance in the play Closer and suggested he audition for the KBS2 office drama Good Manager, where he made his screen debut at the beginning of 2017. After first auditioning for a supporting role in Strongest Deliveryman, Kim made his first appearance as the main character in a film the release of film in 2013. Then, in the summer of 2017, he played a cunning con artist in the action-comedy Two Cops, which garnered him two MBC Drama Honors nominations and awards.
Onstage, he repeated his Valentin role in Kiss of the Spider Woman while the show was still running. It was in May of this year when You Drive Me Crazy, a four-episode drama special starring Kim, aired. One of Korea’s highest-rated cable television shows ever is 100 Days My Prince, in which he starred. After the expiration of his contract with his previous theatre company, Kim joined Salt Entertainment in September of that year.
JTBC’s Welcome to Waikiki 2 followed Kim’s character from the first film. First leading part in full-length series: Catch the Ghost with Moon Geun-young tvN investigative crime thriller Catch the Ghost in October of that year For his work on the KBS2 reality show 2 Days & 1 Night, Kim was awarded the Rookie Award at the 2020 KBS Entertainment Awards on November 5, just days after joining the cast. This year, he starred in the drama “Memory of a Dream.”
Breakthrough and widespread success in the 2020s
It will be in October of 2020 when Kim returns to the small screen in the tvN drama Start-Up. He was nominated for the Baeksang Arts Award for Best Supporting Actor – Television for his depiction of a start-up investor with a tragic past. During the airing of Start-Up, Kim topped the Korean Business Research Institute’s monthly brand reputation ranking index and saw a boom in popularity both locally and globally. For his return to the stage was the Jang Jin play Ice, where he played a detective who was seeking to convict one of the young suspects of murdering his mother and brother. While working on “Reason,” Kim was joined by Epitome Project, with whom he had previously worked on the band’s music video for which he sang and co-wrote.
He appeared with Shin Min-a in the tvN drama Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha in August 2021 as an unemployed handyman in the beach community of Gongjin. The Korean Business Research Institute’s brand reputation ranking index placed Kim at the top once again in September 2021 during the airing of Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha. Ratings for the series peaked at 13.322 percent, making it one of the highest-rated television shows in Korean cable television history, both domestically and internationally.
He was named Gallup Korea’s TV Actor of the Year in December 2021.
An ex-girlfriend of “Actor K” (later discovered to be Kim) claimed on a Korean internet forum on October 17, 2021, that the actor had coerced her into procuring an abortion while the two were together. After his ex-charges, and girlfriend he issued a public apology on October 20, 2021, through his agency. Companies like Domino’s Pizza dropped their ads featuring Kim as soon as the claims of her ex-girlfriend became widely known. KBS variety show 2 Days & 1 Night had Kim as a permanent cast member, although she later stepped down from film projects Dog Days and Lee Sang-2 Geun’s O’Clock Date.
In a statement released on October 20, 2021, Kim’s ex-girlfriend said there had been some miscommunications between the two of them and that she had gotten an apology from him. Additionally, she apologized for inadvertently causing harm. Kim’s ex-charge girlfriends were refuted on October 26th, 2021, when a Korean media outlet revealed new proof, citing sources from intimate associates of Kim and his ex-girlfriend.
According to screen-captures of chat exchanges with acquaintances, the ex-girlfriend was the one who came up with the idea of an abortion. After a year of dating, the couple broke up owing to a lack of trust in the ex-personal girlfriend’s life. Friends and friends of Kim and his ex-girlfriend have continued to speak out against the ex-assertion girlfriend about their relationship. Companies began restarting Kim’s commercials when the fresh reports surfaced. Also, the Sad Tropics production team has indicated that they would proceed with the film and cast Kim as the protagonist.
SALT Entertainment, his management company, announced on January 27th, 2021 that he had made a donation to the Korea Childhood Leukemia Foundation in the amount of 100 million won (about $90,300). According to his agency, “In gratitude for all the support and affection he has received from many people, he donated with the hope that it could be even a bit of aid for children and their families who are going through a terrible time.”
A project called ‘Happy Bean Special Funding,’ which he co-founded with Marco Rojo in September 2021, will raise money for senior housing improvements through his partnership with the latter. Three days after it opened, the fund had raised more than 100 million won, a 3600 percent increase above the target amount set for September 3.
When he donated 50 million won to the Korea Leukemia Children’s Foundation in December 2021, he did so secretly. As requested by Kim Seon-ho, the donation was kept secret. Additionally, his company declined to comment, saying only, “I know it was done personally because he wanted to be of some help.
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