Seo In-guk (Korean: 서인국; born October 23, 1987) is a South Korean singer-songwriter and actor. He launched his singing career after winning the talent reality show Superstar K in 2009, and made his acting breakthrough in Reply 1997 (2012). Since then, he has starred in television series High School King of Savvy (2014), Hello Monster (2015), Squad 38 (2016), Shopping King Louie (2016) and The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (2018).
2009 -2012 : In 2009, Seo competed in the Mnet singing contest Superstar K, winning the show’s first season. In 2012, Seo was part of the cast of the jukebox musical Gwanghwamun Love Song and made his onscreen acting debut with a supporting role in KBS‘s Love Rain. He also signed with Japanese agency Irving Entertainment. He landed his first leading role later that year, in cable channel tvN‘s ’90s nostalgic hit drama Reply 1997.
2013 -2015 : Seo joined the newly launched reality/variety show I Live Alone from January to June 2013. In June 2013, he was cast in Master’s Sun, a drama series written by the Hong sisters, playing a former soldier who served in the Zaytun Division who becomes the head of security for a shopping mall company. In October 2013, he starred in his first big-screen leading role in No Breathing, a coming-of-age film about two swimming rivals, alongside Lee Jong-suk and Kwon Yuri.
In 2014, Seo released his first Japanese album titled Everlasting, which comprises his previously released singles “Fly Away” and “We Can Dance Tonight”. The album also features a new track titled “Everlasting Love” with a total of 12 tracks. The album debuted at number nine on the Oricon Daily Chart. Seo later won the Best 3 New Artists (Asia) award at the Japan Gold Disc Awards.
The same year, Seo headlined another cable romantic comedy series High School King of Savvy, in which he played a high school student and star hockey player who leads a double life when he’s forced to take on his older brother’s job as an executive at an IT company. Later that year, Seo starred in his first period drama The King’s Face, playing illegitimate crown prince Gwanghae, who becomes his father King Seonjo‘s rival in politics and love. In 2015, Seo joined the cast of SBS variety show Law of the Jungle from March to May, for the Indochina season. He was then cast as a genius profiler in the police procedural / romance series Hello Monster which premiered in June 2015 on KBS2.
In 2016 Seo joined Law of the Jungle for the second time for the show’s Mongolia season. He also starred in OCN‘s workplace drama Squad 38, playing a professional swindler. The drama became the highest rated drama for OCN, and Seo won a special award or his role at the 11th Asian TV Drama Conference. He then took on the leading role in MBC‘s romantic comedy Shopaholic Louis.
In 2018, Seo was cast in The Smile Has Left Your Eyes, an adaptation of the 2002 Japanese television series Sora Kara Furu Ichioku no Hoshi. In 2019, Seo was cast in the crime thriller film Pipeline by Yoo Ha. In 2021, Seo starred in the tvN fantasy romance drama Doom at Your Service. Seo is cast in forthcoming Sci-Fi and action thriller film “Wolf Hunt”, directed by Gu Sung Mok, which is set to release later this year.
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