Choi Min Soo

Choe Min Su
Choi Min Soo


Choi Min Soo is an award-winning, veteran South Korean actor who comes from a family of celebrated actors. He was born on March 27, 1962, to Choi Moo Ryong, a popular actor, and Kang Hyo Shil, an actress. His maternal grandparents are Jeon Ok, a celebrated actress, and Kang Hong Sik, an actor, film director and singer during the Japanese occupation. His grandparents were the first married couple in Korean entertainment history. Kang Hong Sik and his daughter, Kang Hyo Son, moved to North Korea, where Kang Hyo Son also became a famous actress. Choi Min Soo made his acting debut in the 1985 short film “Eye.” He won Best New Actor at the 11th Golden Cinematography Awards in 1987 for his work in “Long Journey & Tunnel,” the first of many acting awards of his prolific career. Some of his award-winning roles include the television dramas “Sandglass” (1995) and “Pride and Prejudice” (2014) and the films “Terrorist” (1995) and “Libera Me” (2000). He also has appeared in the recent popular dramas “The Man Who Dies to Live” (2017) and “Lawless Lawyer” (2018). Choi Min Soo met June Elizabeth Kang in 1993 at the international Miss Korea Beauty Pageant, where Kang competed as Miss Canada. Choi Min Soo proposed to her within three hours of meeting her, and they were married in 1994.

Mar 27, 1962 (age 61)
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178 cm
72 kg