Kim Joo-hun

If you’re a regular viewer of tvN’s new South Korean love drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, you’ll know what I’m talking about. Then you must be familiar with Kim Joo-hun, who played Lee Sang-in in the film. He is also renowned for playing Park Min-gook in SBS’ Korean TV drama Dr. Romantic 2 in early 2020.

Kim was born in South Korea on March 1, 1980. Furthermore, no information about his family background has been released to the media. He is currently a South Korean citizen of an Asian ethnicity. He completes his study by graduating from the Seoul Institute of the Arts.

Net worth of Kim Joo-hun


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Kim Joo-net hun’s worth is predicted to be $500,000. Throughout his great acting career, he has amassed all of his wealth. Well, he’s been in the business for approximately three years now. The average wage of a Star working in Korean shows is $19,578 per year. He may be paid the same for his successful roles in films and television programs in the future. He is currently employed by S.A.L.T Entertainment. In addition, his successful film, Train to Busan, is an action-horror zombies film that grossed $98.5 million at the box office. Official Trailer #1 for Train to Busan (2016) Similarly, his following film, Tazza: The Hidden Card, grossed $31 million in 2014, and Memoir of a Murderer made $19.5 million. Kim also has another picture, A Violent Prosecutor, which grossed $66.6 million in 2016.

Breakthrough Role in It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

Kim began his acting career as a stage performer and has since appeared in a number of TV shows and films. However, his breakout role came in 2020, when he was cast in the SBS TV drama Dr. Romantic 2. Joo-hun also rose to prominence after portraying Lee Sang-in in tvN’s South Korean love drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay in 2020. Many musicians appeared on the show, including Kim Soo-Hyun, Seo Ye-Ji, Moon Woo-jin, Oh Jung-Se, Lee Kyu-sung, Park Kyu-young, and others. Squad 38, Encounter, KBS Drama Special: Too Bright for Romance, KBS Drama Special: Dreamers, Kill It, Designated Survivor: 60 Days, and others are among his previous TV credits. Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol is his forthcoming concert.

Dating, girlfriends, wife, and kids


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Kim, who is forty years old, is neither married nor in a relationship at this moment. The dashing guy has a penchant for keeping his personal life low-key or hidden. In truth, he has never spoken about his love relationship with the media. Even his social media posts haven’t revealed anything about his current relationship with his potential partner. As a result, Joo-hun has designated his relationship status as single for the time being and is still hoping to fall in love with the right person. Despite the fact that he is now single, he has enjoyed amazing screen chemistry with his co-stars. However, he has never verified his rumored romance with them in person. He currently appears to be content with his single status rather than rushing into a committed relationship.

Quick Facts of Kim Joo-hun

Birth Date March 1,1980
Full Name Kim Joo Hun
Birth Name Kim Joo Hun
Profession Actor
Nationality South Korean
Ethnicity Asian
Birth Country South Korea
Gender Identity Male
Sexual Orientation Straight
Horoscope Pisces
Marital Status Single
Height 180 cm
Networth 500000
Education Seoul Institute of the Arts