Park Hae Il

Hae Il Park

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  • First Name: Hae Il
  • Family Name: Park
  • Native name: 박해일
  • Nationality: South Korean
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: January 26, 1977
  • Age: 42

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Hae Il Park

Park Hae Il

  • Name: Park Hae Il
  • Native name: 박해일
  • Nationality: South Korean
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: January 26, 1977
  • Age: 42
Park Hae Il is a South Korean actor. Park Hae Il began appearing in theatre productions ever since childhood, and he first established himself on stage rather than on the screen. In 2000, he was awarded the Best New Actor award in the theatre category of the Baeksang Art Awards for his role in the play Cheongchun Yechan. His film debut was in a minor role of Yim Soon Rye's Waikiki Brothers, however, he left a major impression in his second film Jealousy Is My Middle Name, in which he played a conflicted young man who develops a fascination/hatred for his boss, who has stolen two women from him. The film won the top prize at the Pusan festival in 2002 and was released commercially the following spring.

Throughout his career Park has been cast in two different types of roles: innocent-looking, boyish characters, or else men who hide a dark streak under a nice-looking exterior. After Jealousy, Park would take on his darkest role of all in the acclaimed smash hit Memories of Murder, where he portrayed a man suspected of committing serial murder. Yet the following year, he was just as effective appearing in a romantic role opposite Jeon Do Yeon in time-travel drama My Mother, the Mermaid.

In 2005, he once again played characters of completely opposite temperament. In Rules of Dating, he plays a dirty-minded, scheming high school instructor who sets his mind on a pretty student teacher played by Kang Hye Jung, while in The Boy Who Went to Heaven he plays a young boy who suddenly finds himself an adult one day, ala Tom Hanks in Big.

The year 2006 saw him return to work with acclaimed director Bong Joon Ho in the big-budget monster movie The Host.

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Drama
Year Title # Role Rating
2014 Plus Nine Boys
Korean Drama, 2014, 14 eps
[Victim of years of age ending in 9] (Guest Role)
14
[Victim of years of age ending in 9]
Guest Role
7.9
Movie
Year Title Role Rating
2019 Control
Korean Movie, 2019,
(Main Role)
Main Role
0.0
2019 The King's Letters
Korean Movie, 2019,
Monk Shin Mi (Main Role)
Monk Shin Mi
Main Role
8.0
2018 A Singing Goose
Korean Movie, 2018,
Yoon Yeong (Main Role)
Yoon Yeong
Main Role
7.0
2018 High Society
Korean Movie, 2018,
Jang Tae Joon (Main Role)
Jang Tae Joon
Main Role
6.4
2017 The Fortress
Korean Movie, 2017,
King In Jo (Main Role)
King In Jo
Main Role
7.8
2016 The Last Princess
Korean Movie, 2016,
Jang Han (Main Role)
Jang Han
Main Role
8.4
2015 Love and...
Korean Movie, 2015,
[Lighting department first baseman] (Main Role)
[Lighting department first baseman]
Main Role
7.5
2014 My Dictator
Korean Movie, 2014,
Tae Shik [Sung Geun's son] (Main Role)
Tae Shik [Sung Geun's son]
Main Role
7.6
2014 The Whistleblower
Korean Movie, 2014,
PD Yoon Min Chul (Main Role)
PD Yoon Min Chul
Main Role
7.6
2014 Gyeongju
Korean Movie, 2014,
Choi Hyun [Man travelling Gyeongju] (Main Role)
Choi Hyun [Man travelling Gyeongju]
Main Role
6.2
2013 Boomerang Family
Korean Movie, 2013,
In Mo [Second sibling] (Main Role)
In Mo [Second sibling]
Main Role
7.1
2012 A Muse
Korean Movie, 2012,
Lee Juk Yo (Main Role)
Lee Juk Yo
Main Role
7.3
2012 Doomsday Book
Korean Movie, 2012,
RU-4 (Support Role)
RU-4
Support Role
6.7
2011 War of the Arrows
Korean Movie, 2011,
Nam Yi (Main Role)
Nam Yi
Main Role
8.1
2011 End Of Animal
Korean Movie, 2011,
[Hitchhiker] (Main Role)
[Hitchhiker]
Main Role
5.7
2011 Heartbeat
Korean Movie, 2011,
Lee Hee Do (Main Role)
Lee Hee Do
Main Role
7.7
2010 Moss
Korean Movie, 2010,
Ryu Hae Kuk (Main Role)
Ryu Hae Kuk
Main Role
7.6
2009 Good Morning President
Korean Movie, 2009,
[Strange young man] (Support Role)
[Strange young man]
Support Role
7.0
2009 A Million
Korean Movie, 2009,
Han Gi Tae (Main Role)
Han Gi Tae
Main Role
7.3
2008 Modern Boy
Korean Movie, 2008,
Hae Myeong (Main Role)
Hae Myeong
Main Role
6.0
2007 Paradise Murdered
Korean Movie, 2007,
Dr. Woo Sung Jae (Main Role)
Dr. Woo Sung Jae
Main Role
6.2
2007 Shim's Family
Korean Movie, 2007,
Kyung Ho (Support Role)
Kyung Ho
Support Role
7.3
2006 The Host
Korean Movie, 2006,
Park Nam Il (Main Role)
Park Nam Il
Main Role
7.5
2005 A Boy Who Went To Heaven
Korean Movie, 2005,
Bae Ne Mo (Main Role)
Bae Ne Mo
Main Role
7.2
2005 Rules of Dating
Korean Movie, 2005,
Lee Yoo Rim (Main Role)
Lee Yoo Rim
Main Role
6.1
2004 My Mother the Mermaid
Korean Movie, 2004,
Kim Jin Kook [young] (Main Role)
Kim Jin Kook [young]
Main Role
7.5
2003 Memories of Murder
Korean Movie, 2003,
Park Hyeon Gyu (Support Role)
Park Hyeon Gyu
Support Role
8.4
2003 Scent of Love
Korean Movie, 2003,
Seo In Ha (Main Role)
Seo In Ha
Main Role
7.1
2003 Show Me
Korean Movie, 2003,
(Main Role)
Main Role
0.0
2002 Jealousy Is My Middle Name
Korean Movie, 2002,
Lee Won Sang (Main Role)
Lee Won Sang
Main Role
7.0
2001 Waikiki Brothers
Korean Movie, 2001,
Sung Woo [Young] (Support Role)
Sung Woo [Young]
Support Role
7.0
0000 Weekend Prince
Korean Movie, 0000,
(Main Role)
Main Role
0.0
Special
Year Title # Role Rating
2015 Let's Be Strange
Korean Special, 2015, 18 eps
Himself (Main Role)
18
Himself
Main Role
7.0
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