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Ryu Soo-young Bio, Bloodhounds, Height, Age, Family, Spouse, Net Worth

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Ryu Soo-young Biography

Ryu Soo-young is a South Korean in the acting and singing field who will star in the upcoming Tv series, Bloodhounds in the role of President Choi’s left arm. The film premieres on Netflix on 9th June 2023.

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Ryu Soo-young Height

Soo-young stands at a rough height of 6 feet and 0 inches.

Ryu Soo-young Age

Soo-young is 44 years old. He was born Eo Nam-seon on 5th September 1979 in Seoul, South Korea.

Personal Life

Ryu Soo-young Family and Relatives

Soo-young keeps away information regarding his family and relatives away from the public eye. However, we will update this information once it’s available to the public.

Ryu Soo-young Spouse and Children

Soo-young tied the knot with his wife and Two Weeks co-star, Park Ha-sun on 22nd January 2017 in a private ceremony at the Mayfield Hotel in Seoul. They began their intimate relationship in 2014. On 2nd August 2017, they had their first child, a daughter, together. She is 6 years old. Nonetheless, we will update this information when relevant details become accessible to the general public.

Ryu Soo-young Education

Soo-young studied at Myongji University when he finished his high school education. While there, he studied Business Administration.

Professional Life

Ryu Soo-young Net Worth

Soo-young has garnered a net worth ranging from $1 million to $6 million during his successful career as an actor, singer, and musical actor.

Ryu Soo-young Career

Soo-young began his acting career in 1998.His initial TV appearnce was on a cookinh show when he was still a student in college. Next, he starred in the film, Summerime in 2001. Further, he had supporting roles in TV shows such as Successful Story of a Bright Girl, Save the Last Dance for Me, and Lawyers of the Great Republic Korea.

Moreover, he attained a leading role in 18 vs. 29, Seoul 1945, and Bad Couple. From 2008 to 2010, he worked as a member of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency as part of his compulsory military service. Following his discharge, he rejoined TV in 2011 with the films, My Princess and Ojakgyo Family.

In 2013, he joined the reality/variety program, Real Men where male celebrities visit army bases and encounter daily routines of military life. Also, he played the role of a detective chasing a fugitive in Two Weeks.

On 15th March 2022, he donated ₩100 million to the Hope Bridge Disaster Relief Association alongside Park Ha-sun. They made the donation to assist those who received damage from the huge wildfire that started in Uljin, Gyeongbuk and continued to spread to Samcheok, Gangwon.

Awards

In 2006, he received a Top Excellence Award at the KBS Drama Awards for his acting in Seoul 1945. Moreover, he alongside Choi Jung-yoon received a Best Couple Award. In 2017, he received a Excellence Award for acting in a serial drama in Father is Strange.

In recognition of his performance in Stars’ Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant, Soo-young received several accolades. For instance, in 2020, he received the Best Entertainer Award in the Reality Category. The following year, in 2021, he attained the Popularity Award.

Finally, in 2022, he received the Top Excellence Award in the Show and Variety Category, further acknowledging his contributions to the program. Additionally, he won awards from MBC Entertainment Awards, MBC Drama Awards, and SBS Drama Awards for his performance in Love in Sadness, Real Men, Successful Story of a Bright Girl, and Save the Last Dance for Me.

In 2020, Ryu was honored with the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Commendation by the South Korean government. This commendation served as a recognition of his significant contributions and achievements in the fields of culture, sports, and tourism.

Ryu Soo-young Bloodhounds

Soo-young stars in the upcoming Tv series, Bloodhounds in the role of President Choi’s left arm. The film premieres on Netflix on 9th June 2023. The series follows two boxers who join forces with a benevolent moneylender in an effort of taking down a vicious loan shark who takes advantage of the financially disadvantaged. Soo-young stars alongside his fellow actors and actresses including;

  • Woo Do-hwan playing the role of Kim Geon-woo.
  • Lee Sang-yi playing the role of Hong Woo-jin
  • Park Sung-woong playing the role of Kim Myeong-gil
  • Huh Joon-ho playing the role of President Choi

Ryu Soo-young Other Films and TV Shows

Soo-young has starred in a number of TV shows and films during his career such as

  • Summertime(2001)
  • Successful Story of a Bright Girl(2002)
  • Ojakgyo Family(2011)
  • The Attorney(2013)
  • Endless Love(2014)
  • The Eccentric Daughter-in-Law(2015)
  • Nice Witch(2018)
  • Love in Sadness(2019)
  • Steel Rain 2: Summit(2020)
  • Here’s My Plan(2021)

Ryu Soo-youngSocial Media

Soo-young is not active on social media.