Choi Woo-shik Net Worth
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Choi Woo-shik is a Korean-Canadian actor who has a net worth of $5 million. Choi Woo-shik first achieved widespread attention for his starring role in the 2014 coming-of-age film “Set Me Free.” He went on to earn even greater recognition for his performances in 2016’s “Train to Busan” and 2019’s “Parasite,” the latter of which became a global phenomenon and won the Academy Award for Best Picture. Choi has also appeared extensively on television, with his credits including such series as “Special Affairs Team TEN,” “Hogu’s Love,” and “Our Beloved Summer.”
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Choi made his feature film debut in 2013 with a supporting role in the action dramedy “Secretly, Greatly,” starring Kim Soo-hyun, Park Ki-woong, and Lee Hyun-woo. The same year, he had a cameo in the disaster film “Flu.” Choi subsequently had his breakthrough role in the 2014 coming-of-age film “Set Me Free,” an autobiographical work by writer-director Kim Tae-yong. For his lead performance, he won Actor of the Year at the Busan International Film Festival. Also in 2014, Choi played a hacker in the action film “Big Match.” He was next in the 2015 Singaporean anthology film “In the Room,” an erotic drama set entirely at a single-room hotel brothel. The film also stars Josie Ho, George Young, Daniel Jenkins, Koh Boon Pin, and Show Nishino, among others.
Inspirational Quotes by Choi Woo-shik
I'm grateful for the fact that I can choose from multiple genres and characters.Choi Woo-shik
In the States actors get their own trailers, but in Korea all the actors group up in one room, and stay there together the whole day.Choi Woo-shik
There will be more chances for films to be released through streaming services, such as Netflix.Choi Woo-shik
When I was studying in Canada, we were so free.Choi Woo-shik
I didn't know that I could act, but my friend told me, 'Before you do directing, maybe you should try acting. It would be better for you. When you know how to act, it would help you be a better director.' So I was like, Oh, maybe, okay, maybe I'll try.Choi Woo-shik