Han Geng

Geng Han

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  • First Name: Geng
  • Family Name: Han
  • Native name: 韩庚
  • Also Known as: Han Kyung ; Hankyung ; Hangeng
  • Nationality: Chinese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: February 9, 1984
  • Age: 35

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Geng Han

Han Geng

  • Name: Han Geng
  • Native name: 韩庚
  • Also Known as: Han Kyung ; Hankyung ; Hangeng
  • Nationality: Chinese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: February 9, 1984
  • Age: 35
Han Geng (traditional Chinese: 韓庚; simplified Chinese: 韩庚; pinyin: Hán Gēng) was born on 9 February 1984. He is a Mainland Chinese Mandopop artist and actor well-known for his powerful dance skills. He is skillful in all China's 56 ethnic traditional dances, as well as ballet and hip-hop dance. He has been dubbed "Dancing King" and "King of Popularity" in China. He started his career, in 2001, when he was chosen by SM Entertainment (SME) to become a member of South Korean boy band Super Junior, which debuted in 2005, and as the leader of its sub-group Super Junior-M in 2008.



On 21 December 2009, Han filed a lawsuit against SME to terminate his contract as he felt that the 13-year contract was unlawful and overly restrictive; and has since returned to China to pursue a solo career. On 21 December 2010 the Seoul Central District Court ruled in favor of Han, however a representative of SM Entertainment said that they will file an immediate appeal to reverse the decision SM Entertainment have yet to release statements regarding his official status with them.



For his various contributions to the spread of Chinese culture, Han was chosen as a torch bearer for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, becoming the first boy band member in history to hold this role.



Han made a cameo appearance with band-mate Eunhyuk as a friend of Heechul in an episode of the MBC drama Rainbow Romance early 2006. In August 2006, Han played the role of a police officer in Zhang Liyin's debut music video "Timeless", starring alongside Lee Yeon-hee and bandmate Siwon. The two-part music video was released separately in September 2006. The music video was ranked #1 for four weeks on Melon's Video Chart. In November 2007, Han starred as the lead role in Zhang's debut Chinese music video, "I Will", and "The Left Shore of Happiness" alongside Lee and Siwon. Both music videos were released in February 2008.



Han's first big-scale film was Attack on the Pin-Up Boys, an SM Pictures production that starred all Super Junior members except Kyuhyun. He made a cameo as a popular basketball player who later got attacked by a mysterious force. Despite positive critical ratings, that film did not do well in the box-office. However, all four versions of the film's DVD were sold out and broke chart records.



In late 2008, Han filmed the CCTV mini drama called Stage of Youth in China. In the mini drama, he played Xia Lei, a young man who has to go through numerous obstacles and challenges in order to achieve his dream to become the new generation's dancing star. The 12 episode drama was a Chinese New Year Special and also a tribute to the Beijing Olympics 2008. It aired on CCTV-Children (少儿频道) from January 19-31, 2009.



In the middle of 2010, Han Geng was given a cameo role as Deng Xiaoping in the government funded film The Founding of a Party (建党伟业) along with many other A-list Chinese celebrities. The movie premiered in China on June 15, 2011.



Han Geng was cast alongside Barbie Hsu and Fahrenheit's Wu Chun for the Sino-Hollywood collaboration action movie My Kingdom (2011) (大武生). The film is directed by Gao Xiaosong, produced by Andre Morgan and features action directing by Sammo Hung. Filming began in October 2010, although the actors trained in martial arts and Beijing opera for three months before this. The filming wrapped up in late January 2011, and the movie will have an estimated release date of Fall 2011. The production team has stated that the film will be released theatrically in the United States and around the world.



In mid-2011 Han Geng was cast in the film Founding Father Sun Yat-sen (国父孙中山). Although his character has not been announced, he started filming on June 14, 2011.





(Source: Wikipedia)
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Chen Jiong
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Li Lei (Main Role)
55
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0.0
2009 Stage of Youth
Chinese Drama, 2009, 12 eps
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12
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Main Role
7.1
2005 Nonstop 6
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243
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7.3
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0.0
2018 Reborn
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Haoming Li (Main Role)
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2018 Seek McCartney
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Li Yi (Main Role)
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2017 The Ex-File 3: The Return of the Exes
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Meng Yun (Main Role)
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Main Role
7.8
2016 The Wasted Times
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7.1
2016 A Chinese Odyssey Part Three
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2016 Sweet Sixteen
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Tang Xiao Tian (Main Role)
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Main Role
7.6
2015 Ever Since We Love
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Qiu Shui (Main Role)
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7.0
2014 The Taking of Tiger Mountain
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Jiang Lei (Support Role)
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Support Role
7.7
2014 One Day
Chinese Movie, 2014,
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Main Role
8.0
2014 Ex File
Chinese Movie, 2014,
Meng Yun (Main Role)
Meng Yun
Main Role
7.1
2013 So Young
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Lin Jing (Main Role)
Lin Jing
Main Role
7.3
2011 My Kingdom
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Meng Er Kui (Main Role)
Meng Er Kui
Main Role
7.1
2007 Attack on the Pin-Up Boys
Korean Movie, 2007,
Han Kyung (Support Role)
Han Kyung
Support Role
6.9
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Year Title # Role Rating
2019 Street Dance of China Season 2
Chinese TV Show, 2019, 0 eps
Himself (Regular Member)
0
Himself
Regular Member
8.5
2018 Street Dance of China
Chinese TV Show, 2018, 12 eps
Himself (Regular Member)
12
Himself
Regular Member
8.4
2017 Twenty-Four Hours: Season 2
Chinese TV Show, 2017, 12 eps
Himself (Regular Member)
12
Himself
Regular Member
8.0
2016 Twenty-Four Hours: Season 1
Chinese TV Show, 2016, 12 eps
(Regular Member)
12
Regular Member
8.5
2015 The Amazing Race: Season 2
Chinese TV Show, 2015, 10 eps
(Regular Member)
10
Regular Member
7.8
2015 Keep Running: Season 2
Chinese TV Show, 2015, 12 eps
(Ep. 1) (Guest)
12
(Ep. 1)
Guest
9.0
2007 Explorers of the Human Body
Korean TV Show, 2007, 13 eps
(Regular Member)
13
Regular Member
9.1
2006 Super Junior Full House
Korean TV Show, 2006, 14 eps
(Regular Member)
14
Regular Member
8.8
2003 Love Letter
Korean TV Show, 2003, 0 eps
(Guest)
0
Guest
8.6
1997 Happy Camp
Chinese TV Show, 1997, 1080 eps
(Ep. 990, 1000, 1037) (Guest)
1080
(Ep. 990, 1000, 1037)
Guest
9.1
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