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Shin Ha-kyun Wiki Biography
Shin Ha-Kyun is a South Korean actor born in Seoul on 30th May 1974. His most notable roles are those in South Korean films “Sympathy for Mr.Vengeance” (2002) and “Welcome to Dongmakgol” (2005). He has also starred in several drama series such as “Brain” (2012), “All About My Romance” (2013), and “Mr.Back” (2014) among others.
Have you ever wondered how rich Shin Ha-Kyun is? According to sources it has been estimated that Shin Ha-Kyun’s overall net worth is $14 million. Ha-Kyun has acquired his wealth thanks to his outstanding acting talent and a successfully built career over 17 years, both in films and TV shows. Since he is still an active member of the entertainment industry, his net worth continues to grow.
Shin Ha-kyun Net Worth $14 Million
Shin Ha-Kyun first studied to become a stage actor at the Seoul Institute of Arts, but then started appearing in numerous plays directed by Jang Jin. One of his first notable acting experiences was in Jang Jin’s first movie “The Happenings” (1998), and since then he continued appearing in almost all of his films. However, Shin’s breakthrough role was the that of a North Korean soldier in “Joint Security Area” (2000), which brought him a large number of followers. This secured him a role in the film “Guns and Talks” (2001), which became a commercial hit. His net worth began growing.
Shin’s obvious talent in acting, led to his co-operation with several directors who wanted him in their motion pictures. He portrayed differing characters and every time proved that he was a truly gift for actor. In Park Chan-wook’s “Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance” in 2002, he played a desperate deaf man, and a year later, in Jang Joon-hwan’s “Save the Green Planet” (2003), he depicted a paranoid man, scared of alien invasion. Other roles of his that are worth mentioning are those in divergent films about the Korean war, “Welcome to Dongmakgol” (2005), and “The Front Line” (2011). Other than these, Ha-kyun starred in “My Brother”, “No Mercy For The Rude”, “The Devil’s Game”, the 2009 horror film “Thirst” and a 2010 comedy film “Foxy Festival”, talking about different sexual affairs of upper-middle class people in Seoul.
Soon afterwards, Shin decided to return to television roles, and appeared in the mystery-comedy series “Harvest Villa” in 2010, and portrayed a neurosurgeon in the medical drama “Brain” the next year, the role that took his name to a new level of popularity, and won him a Grand Prize at the KBS Drama Awards, and adding to his net worth.
Shin’s most recent activity includes his involvement in the romantic comedy show “All About My Romance” (2013) and a role in the action film “Running Man” the same year. In 2014 he was cast as “Mr. Back” in the comedy series, and in an action-comedy film “Big Match”, and in 2015 starred in a period film “Empire of Lust”.
When it comes to his personal life, it is commonly known that Shin dated his colleague from “Sympathy for Mr.Vengeance”, Bae Doona, for two years but ended their relationship in 2004. As far as is known he remains available, looking for a prospective partner in life.
|Full Name||Shin Ha-kyun|
|Net Worth||$14 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 30, 1974|
|Place Of Birth||Seoul, South Korea|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Education||Seoul Institute of the Arts|
|Nicknames||Ha-kyun Shin , Ha-gyun Shin , Hakyun Shin , Ha-gyoon Sin , Ha-gyun Sin , Sin Ha-gyun , Shin Ha Gyun , Shin Ha-Gyun , Sin Ha-gyoon , Shin Hakyun|
|Awards||Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Supporting Actor|
|Nominations||PaekSang Arts Award for Most Popular Male in Television|
|Movies||Empire of Lust, The Front Line, Thirst, Big Match, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Joint Security Area, Welcome to Dongmakgol, Save the Green Planet!, Guns & Talks, No Mercy for the Rude, The Devil's Game, The Thieves, Murder, Take One, Festival, Lady Vengeance, My Brother, A Man Who Went to Mars, Runni...|
|TV Shows||Mr. Back, All About My Romance, Brain, Harvest Villa|
|1||He first trained as a stage actor at the Seoul National University of Arts before going on to act in a large number of plays by Jin Jang.|
|The Thieves||2012||Art Gallery Director (as Shin Hakyun)|
|Beulein||2011||TV Series||Lee Kang Hoon|
|The Front Line||2011||Kang Eun-pyo|
|Peseutibal||2010||Police officer Jang-bae|
|Kwijeu Wang||2010||Doctor of engineering|
|Kape neuwareu||2009||Young -Soo|
|Deo ge-im||2008||Min Hee-do|
|Yeui-eomneun geotdeul||2006||Killa (as Ha-gyun Sin)|
|Baksu-chiltae deonara||2005||Kim Young-hun|
|Welkkeom tu Dongmakgol||2005||2nd Lt. Pyo Hyun-Chul|
|Lady Vengeance||2005||A hired assassin 2|
|Hwaseongeuro gan sanai||2003||Seung-jae|
|Jigureul jikyeora!||2003||Lee Byeong-gu|
|Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance||2002||Ryu|
|J.S.A.: Joint Security Area||2000||Jeong Woo-jin|
|Gancheob Li Cheol-jin||1999|
|Piribuneun Sanai||2016||TV Series||Joo Sung-chan|
|Miseuteo Baek||2014||TV Series||Choi Go-bong / Choi Shin-hyung|
|All About My Romance||2013||TV Series||Kim Soo-Young|
|2009||Blue Dragon Award||Blue Dragon Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Bakjwi (2009)|