Park Bo Gum is a South Korean actor and host. He gained acclaim with his diverse range of roles in television dramas: playing a psychopathic lawyer in "Hello Monster", a genius Go player in "Reply 1988", and a Joseon crown prince in "Love in the Moonlight".
Park has won Top Excellence at the 30th KBS Drama Awards and the Acting Award at the 16th Korea Assembly Grand Award, among others. In 2016, he became the youngest artist to be named Actor of the Year by Gallup Korea and in 2017, became the first actor to top Korea Power Celebrity list by Forbes.
Park, a Hallyu star, is known for his upstanding persona. His pop culture influence has been referred to as "Bo-gum Magic" and after "Love in the Moonlight", has been called the "Nation's Crown Prince". He has also been affectionately called the top candidate for "Nation's Son-in-Law" stemming from his diverse fan-base ranging from teens to grandmothers.