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Kim Soo-yun was born on 16 February, 1988 in Seoul, South Korea, is a South Korean actor. At 32 years old, Kim Soo-yun height is 5 ft 10 in (180.0 cm).

Now We discover Kim Soo-yun's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 32 years old?

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Occupation Actor
Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 16 February 1988
Birthday 16 February
Birthplace Seoul, South Korea
Nationality South Korea

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Kim Soo-yun Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Kim Soo-yun worth at the age of 32 years old? Kim Soo-yun’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from South Korea. We have estimated Kim Soo-yun's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2020, Kim is set to star in the tvN drama It's Okay to Not Be Okay as a psychiatric aide. This will be his first small screen appearance in five years since The Producers.


In December 2019, reports have surfaced that Kim is leaving KeyEast to form an agency with his cousin. In January 2020, Kim signed with Gold Medalist along with actors Kim Sae-ron and Seo Ye-ji.


Kim then starred in the action-noir film Real, which premiered in June 2017.

Kim enlisted as an active duty soldier and began his mandatory military service on October 23, 2017. He entered a military camp in Paju, Gyeonggi Province to complete his basic training. In late November 2017, his agency announced that Kim had completed his five weeks basic training placing fourth as an outstanding trainee. He was assigned to the 1st Reconnaissance Battalion to continue his duty. In February 2019, Kim received an early promotion as a Sergeant for his exceptional conduct in the military. Kim was discharged on July 1, 2019.


A bowling enthusiast, Kim applied to become a professional bowler in October 2016. He ranked 10th out of the 114 participants on his first try-out tournament but failed to make the cut on the second, falling short of the 200 points needed to qualify with only 192.3.


In 2015, it was revealed to the public that Kim has a paternal half-sister named Kim Ju-na, a singer. His cousin, Lee Sa-rang (real name Lee Jae-hyun), directed his latest film, Real (2017).

In 2015, Kim starred in KBS' variety drama The Producers, written by My Love From the Star writer Park Ji-eun. The drama drew solid domestic ratings domestically, and was also sold to several countries internationally. Kim once again won the Daesang (or "Grand Prize") at the 8th Korea Drama Awards, 4th APAN Star Awards and the 2015 KBS Drama Awards for his acting performance. Kim was listed under Forbes "30 Under 30 Asia 2016 list" which comprises 30 influential people under 30 years old who have made substantial effect in their fields.


Kim was Gallup Korea's Actor of the Year in 2014. He was first included in the Forbes Korea Power Celebrity list in 2013 placing fourth, and subsequently ranking second in 2015, and fifth in 2016. The business magazine's Asia edition also listed him in its 30 under 30 in 2016. The success of his television dramas throughout Asia established him as a top Hallyu star.

For the latter half of the year, Kim attended two international sports events. Held on 16 August 2014, Kim sang the official theme song "Light up the Future" with several artists at the opening ceremony of the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games held in Nanjing, China. He also participated in the opening ceremony of the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea. Along with actor Jang Dong-gun, Korean opera singer Ahn Sook-sun and people from 45 nations, they delivered the message of "One Asia" at the second part of the highlight stage.


In 2013, Kim was cast to play the role of a North Korean spy who infiltrated South Korea as a village idiot in the movie Secretly, Greatly, an adaptation of the popular webtoon series Covertness by Hun. The film broke several records and was one of the most successful box office hits of the year. Kim won Best New Actor awards at the 50th Grand Bell Awards and the 50th Baeksang Arts Awards.

From 2013 to early 2014, Kim starred in SBS fantasy romance series My Love from the Star alongside Jun Ji-hyun. He also released two singles for the drama's soundtrack, titled "In Front of Your House" and "Promise". The drama had over three billion hits on the Chinese streaming website iQiyi and also sparked trends in fashion, make-up and restaurants. Kim experienced explosive growth in popularity throughout Asia and became one of the most in-demand endorsers with 35 product endorsements. He won the Daesang (or "Grand Prize"), the highest award for television, at the 7th Korea Drama Awards.


Due to his popularity, he set a new record in product endorsements for being the face of 17 products simultaneously. He also won the Best TV Actor award at the 2012 Baeksang Arts Awards. Beating out heavyweight veterans such as Han Suk-kyu, Shin Ha-kyun and Cha Seung-won, Kim said "I am very grateful for this moment, but I am ashamed as well. It's like getting a lot of homework. I'll keep trying to become a better actor in order to remain worthy of this award".

(Official 2012 Summer Olympics commercial song in South Korea to support swimmer Park Tae-hwan)


Kim became a household name in 2011 after starring in teen musical drama Dream High. He plays a country bumpkin who turned out to be a musical genius. The drama brought in high domestic ratings and was also popular overseas, winning several international awards. As the only young actor in a cast of idols, Kim studied song and dance for three months at JYP Entertainment to pull off the required scenes in the drama. He recorded two songs for the drama's soundtrack, his solo "Dreaming" as well as the title track "Dream High" with the rest of the cast.


Kim's mother encouraged him to take acting classes during his high school years to help him overcome his introverted personality. His father is Kim Chung-hoon and was the lead singer of the 80's band "Seven Dolphins". He enrolled at Chung-Ang University's Film and Theater Department in 2009.

In 2009, Kim acted in the short film Worst Friends by Namkoong Sun, which won the Best Film in Social Drama award at the Mise en Scène Short Film Festival and the well-received SBS drama special Father's House where he acted alongside veteran actor Choi Min-soo. He also co-hosted Mnet's Boys & Girls Music Countdown along with Kara's Han Seung-yeon in 2009.


Kim made his television debut with a supporting role in the 2007 family sitcom Kimchi Cheese Smile, and in 2008, landed a lead role in KBS's critically acclaimed youth drama, Jungle Fish. Based on a true story, it tackles the serious issues of school cheating, competitive academic standards, and interactive blogging in a fresh way. The drama won a number of awards, including the Peabody Award.


Kim Soo-hyun (Korean: 김수현 ; Hanja: 金秀賢 ; born February 16, 1988) is a South Korean actor best known for his roles in the television dramas Dream High (2011), Moon Embracing the Sun (2012), My Love from the Star (2013) and The Producers (2015), as well as the films The Thieves (2012), Secretly, Greatly (2013) and Real (2017).