Yoo Hae-jin

Movie Actor

Yoo Hae-jin was born in Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, South Korea on January 4th, 1970 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 54, Yoo Hae-jin biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 4, 1970
South Korea
Place of Birth
Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, South Korea
54 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Film Actor, Television Actor
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Yoo Hae-jin Life

Yoo Hae-jin (born January 4, 1970) is a South Korean actor.

Personal life

Yoo and actress Kim Hye-soo first met in 2001 after shooting the movie Kick the Moon and became close in 2006 after appearing together in Tazza: The High Rollers. Rumors of the two dating surfaced starting 2008 although both continuously denied any romantic involvement until early 2010 when paparazzi photographs of the two were released, and the couple officially confirmed their relationship. Yoo and Kim broke up in 2011.


Yoo Hae-jin Career


Yoo Hae-jin would often sneak into a cultural center near his house to attend performances that were being held there as an infant. The teen decided on acting as his future after seeing a play in eighth grade. He begged to be sent to an arts high school, but his family was conservative and not financially able. Yoo was an acting troupe in his junior year of high school. He ran errands for the other actors in the beginning and wanted to imitate what they did from afar. Although introverted, Yoo gradually began to learn how to act on stage. Yoo majored in Fashion Design after applying twice for a Theatre and Film course in college and being refused due to his looks. Acting remained his passion, and he concentrated on his theater performances rather than fashion subjects, which was just recently graduated. Yoo was eventually accepted to the Seoul Institute of the Arts' theater department due to a special screening process for college graduates purely based on their grades.

Yoo began appearing in film and later went into supporting roles, where he gained a reputation as a scene stealer. Despite a short time on film, his appearances left a positive impression on viewers and analysts. As Korean films became more diverse in terms of genre, Yoo found success in increasingly important roles, and the box office now has a bonafide marquee name. He has since established himself as one of the best character actors in the United States, including in King and the Clown, Jeon Woo-chi, The Unjust File, Minority Opinion, Veteran, and Public Enemy and its sequels. Yoo had a fruitful year in 2017; he appeared in three high-grossing films; Confidential Assignment; A Taxi Driver and 1987: The Day Comes. A Taxi Driver received a Best Supporting Actor award from the Korean Association of Film Critics Awards and a nomination at the Asian Film Awards in particular.

Yoo appeared in lead roles shortly. Luck Key, his lead actor's film, has attracted more than 5 million viewers. He appeared in Love+Sling and Intimate Strangers, a reimagining of the Italian comedy film Perfect Strangers. He was cast in the historic war film Battle in 2018.

He has appeared on two reality shows: 2 Days & 1 Night from March to November 2013, and Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village in January 2015.