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Suyuri, Seoul, South Korea
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After beginning his career as a model, Song Seung Hun first became known to viewers in the popular sitcom Three Guys and Three Girls in 1996. The following year he started his extremely successful career in TV dramas, which made him well-known throughout Korea. His feature film debut came in 1999 in the film Calla together with star Kim Hee Sun. True stardom only came to Song in late 2000, however, with the broadcast of the hugely popular TV drama Autumn Fairy Tale (a.k.a. Endless Love). The series was exported all over Asia, making pan-Asian stars of both him and co-stars Song Hye-gyo and Won Bin. Since then he has been actively recruited for film roles and advertisements in Hong Kong and other Asian countries.
In 2002, Song starred in the comic-action film Make It Big by director Cho Ui Seok, and also in the Hong Kong film So Close with Hong Kong actresses: Karen Mok, Shu Qi and Zhao Wei. He also starred in Scent of Summer, the third "season-themed" TV drama after Autumn Fairy Tale and Winter Sonata, which was well-received, but not as popular as the ones that preceded it.
In 2004 Song appeared in two films, but neither was judged to be a success: Ice Rain, shot in the Canadian Rockies, failed to enthuse viewers with its mixture of mountaineering and melodrama, while He Was Cool, based on an internet novel, proved unable to compete with Harry Potter and other films from the 2004 summer season. Meanwhile in late 2004, just as he was getting ready to start shooting another high profile TV drama, it was revealed that the actor had illegally avoided his compulsory military service by taking a drug that made him fail the military"s health test. Amidst the press coverage and scandal this aroused, Song agreed to immediately serve his two-year term in the military.
Song, during his late teenage years, successfully evaded compulsory army service by claiming to have severe diabetes and high blood pressure. At 28, his claim was discovered by the South Korean government  to be false, and he was forced to serve the army for two years. Song, in an apparent show of guilt, publicly apologised and began his service. Despite pleas from his fans to the South Korean government, the government feared that giving clemency to Song would spark off riots and strikes (due to peoples` displeasure at his act). In the end, Song temporarily dropped acting to serve the army until 2006, although he was diagnosed with high blood pressure. Song was discharged on November 15 as a Corporal.
Song Seung Hun was cast in a 2010 film The Invincible. This movie is a Korean remake of the film A Better Tomorrow that casts Hong Kong stars Chow Yoon-fat, and Leslie Cheung. Although it is a remake, the story line will be different. Song will be the main character and the filming will start November 2009.[
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Song Seung-heon (Hangul: 송승헌; born October 5, 1976) is a South Korean actor. Song is noted for his roles in Korean dramas such as Summer Scent and East of Eden.
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