Won Bin, conceived November 10, 1977 in Jeongseon County, Gangwon Province, South Korea, is a prominent on-screen character. He is the most youthful of five kin (two more established siblings and two more seasoned sisters).
While experiencing childhood in Jeongseon County, Won Bin at first wanted to end up an auto technician, however in 1996 entered a try out for satellite TV organization Je-il Broadcasting and won. In 1996, Won Bin influenced his TV to make a big appearance on the KBS Super Sunday theatrical presentation “Our Story” (우리들의 이야기). Won Bin’s acting profession at that point started decisively with the KBS show arrangement “Propose” – Won Bin played a character on the short end of an uneven relationship. His fame immediately expanded while showing up in a few more youth orientated dramatizations – MBC’s “Prepared, Go!” and KBS’s “Kwangki”. His appearance in the 2000 KBS end of the week dramatization “Extreme Guy’s Love” (Kkokji) additionally increased more fans for Won Bin. He at that point shot to fame with his well known part as Tae-seok in KBS’s “Fall in my Heart” – with his popular line “Eolmamyeon Doae?” (How Much?) turning into a much imitated motto by his fans.
Won Bin at that point made his turn acting introduction in the 2001 film “Weapons and Talks” (Killerdeului suda). After three years Won Bin would star in the activity/war blockbuster “Taegukgi,” which still positions as one of the unsurpassed most elevated earning films in South Korea.
Won Bin at that point set his acting vocation on hold while serving his two year obligatory military prerequisite, start in November, 2005. Won Bin was release at an opportune time June, 2006 due to an ACL damage to his knee. Won Bin would experience a time of recovery.
His acting vocation at that point continued in Joon-ho Bong’s exceedingly foreseen 2009 film “Mother”. Won Bin played Do-jun, a young fellow with constrained mental limit who moves toward becoming blamed for a murder. The film would screen at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival before opening #1 at the South Korean film industry on May 28th, 2009.
Performing artist Won Bin and on-screen character Lee Na-Young wedded on May 30, 2015 at a field in Gangwon Province, South Korea. The zone is a piece of Won Bin’s main residence. At their wedding service, families from the two sides and just a couple of visitors went to.
The Man From Nowhere | Ahjeosshi (2010) – Cha Tae-Sik
Mother (2009) – Do-Jun
My Brother | Uri hyeong (2004) – Jong-hyun
Taegukgi | Taegukgi Hwinalrimyeo (2004) – Lee Jin-Seok
Firearms and Talks | Killerdeului suda (2001) – Ha-Yeon
Companions (MBC, TBS/2002) – Kim Ji Hoon
Harvest time in my Heart | Gaeul donghwa (KBS2/2000) – Han Tae-Seok
Intense Guy’s Love | Kkokji (KBS/2000)
Prepared, Go! (MBC/1997)
Best Actor (“The Man From Nowhere”) – 2010 (second) KOFRA Film Awards Ceremony – January 27, 2011
Most Popular Stars – 2010 (31st) Blue Dragon Film Awards – November 26, 2010
Best Actor (“The Man From Nowhere”) – 2010 (eighth) Korean Film Awards – November 18, 2010
Fame Award (“The Man From Nowhere”) – 2010 (47th) Daejong Film Awards – October 29, 2010
Best Actor (“The Man From Nowhere”) – 2010 (47th) Daejong Film Awards – October 29, 2010