Known for movies
|Fact||Ha-Neul means 'sky' in Korean.|
Kang Ha-neul is a South Korean actor. He was born on February 21, 1990, in Seoul, South Korea. His parents are Kang Byung-jin and Kim Eun-hee. He has two older sisters, Kang Hye-jin and Kang In-hee. He attended Seoul Arts High School and graduated from Chung-Ang University with a degree in Theater and Film Studies.
Kang Ha-neul began his acting career in the 2006 film “The Restless”. He has since appeared in numerous films and television dramas, including “The Heirs” (2013), “Pinocchio” (2014), “My Tutor Friend 2” (2017), and “While You Were Sleeping” (2017). He has also starred in the films “The Face Reader” (2013), “C’est Si Bon” (2015), and “Midnight Runners” (2017).
Kang Ha-neul has won several awards for his acting, including the Best New Actor award at the 35th Blue Dragon Film Awards and the Best Actor award at the 8th Korea Drama Awards.
As of 2018, Kang Ha-neul’s net worth is estimated to be $4 million. He is currently single but has been in a relationship with actress Park Shin-hye since 2016.
|Full Name||Kang Ha-neul|
|Nominations||Blue Dragon Film Award for Best New Actor, Baeksang Arts Award for Most Popular Male in Television, Grand Bell Award for Best New Actor, Baeksang Arts Award for Best New Actor in Film, Baeksang Arts Award for Most Popular Actor in Film|
|Movies||New Trial, DONGJU; The Portrait of A Poet, Like for Likes, Twenty, Empire of Lust, C'est si bon, Mourning Grave, You Pet, Battlefield Heroes, Midnight Runners|
|TV Shows||Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo, Missing Noir M, Misaeng, Angel Eyes, The Heirs, Monstar, To the Beautiful You|
|1||Ha-Neul means 'sky' in Korean.|
|Dalui Yeonin - Bobogyungsim Ryeo||2016||TV Series||Prince Wang Wook (2016)|
|Missing Noir M||2015||TV Series||Lee Jung-soo|
|Misaeng||2014||TV Series||Jang Baek-gi|
|Sangsogjadeul||2013||TV Series||Lee Hyo-Shin|
|Monstar||2013||TV Series||Jung Sun Woo|
|To the Beautiful You||2012||TV Series||Joo Ji Chul|
|You're My Pet||2011||Yang Yeong-soo|
|Manny||2011||TV Mini-Series||Jin Soo Ra|
|Youth Over Flowers||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|2011||Grand Bell Award||Grand Bell Awards, South Korea||Best Actress||Beul-la-in-deu (2011)|
|2016||Buil Film Award||Buil Film Awards||Best Actor||Dongju (2016)|
|2015||Baek Sang Film||Baek Sang Art Awards||Best New Actor||Seumool (2015)|
|2015||Blue Dragon Award||Blue Dragon Awards||Best New Actor||Seumool (2015)|
|2015||Grand Bell Award||Grand Bell Awards, South Korea||Best New Actor||Seumool (2015)|
|2013||Baek Sang TV||Baek Sang Art Awards||Most Popular Actress||A Gentleman's Dignity (2012)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia