South Korean actor and heartthrob Kim Soo-hyun, recognised across Asia for his role in TV series My Love from the Star, turns 32 on Sunday. Having recently completed military service, he will next be seen in the television drama Psycho But It’s Okay. Photo: Ten Asia/Multi-Bits via Getty Images South Korean actor and heartthrob Kim Soo-hyun, recognised across Asia for his role in TV series My Love from the Star, turns 32 on Sunday. Having recently completed military service, he will next be seen in the television drama Psycho But It’s Okay. Photo: Ten Asia/Multi-Bits via Getty Images
South Korean actor and heartthrob Kim Soo-hyun, recognised across Asia for his role in TV series My Love from the Star, turns 32 on Sunday. Having recently completed military service, he will next be seen in the television drama Psycho But It’s Okay. Photo: Ten Asia/Multi-Bits via Getty Images

Asian cinema: Korean films

K-drama actor Kim Soo-hyun – his five best roles as he celebrates his 32nd birthday

  • Korean actor and heartthrob Kim Soo-hyun turns 32 on Sunday, and is celebrating 13 years as an actor
  • We recall his five stand-out roles, including that in Dream High, his breakthrough series in South Korea, and My Love from the Star, which brought fame in Asia

Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films
South Korean actor and heartthrob Kim Soo-hyun, recognised across Asia for his role in TV series My Love from the Star, turns 32 on Sunday. Having recently completed military service, he will next be seen in the television drama Psycho But It’s Okay. Photo: Ten Asia/Multi-Bits via Getty Images South Korean actor and heartthrob Kim Soo-hyun, recognised across Asia for his role in TV series My Love from the Star, turns 32 on Sunday. Having recently completed military service, he will next be seen in the television drama Psycho But It’s Okay. Photo: Ten Asia/Multi-Bits via Getty Images
South Korean actor and heartthrob Kim Soo-hyun, recognised across Asia for his role in TV series My Love from the Star, turns 32 on Sunday. Having recently completed military service, he will next be seen in the television drama Psycho But It’s Okay. Photo: Ten Asia/Multi-Bits via Getty Images
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