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Go Soo


Go Soo (born October 4, 1978), also known as Ko Soo, is a South Korean actor. He has appeared in television series such as Piano, Green Rose, and Will It Snow for Christmas?, as well as the films White Night and The Front Line.


Go was born and raised in Nonsan, South Chungcheong Province, South Korea as the youngest of 2 sons. He attended college at Sangmyung University, Cheonan campus, where he majored in Cinema degree.


When Go Soo first came to Seoul, he acted on stage, but he lacked money at that time. Since he lacked money, he decided to put his stage acting on hold for later and eventually stopped. From then on, he began presenting his profile photo to numerous agencies. Go first appeared in a soft drink TV commercial, followed by a role as an extra in the 1998 music video "Last Promise" by the band Position. He made his television debut in 1999 through the MBC sitcoms My Funky Family and Jump and the KBS2 drama series Ad Madness. Go drew critical praise for his performance in the television drama Piano in 2001, with one review describing him as an "actor with precision".


Go made his big screen debut as a drug crime officer in 2004's Some, in which he performed his own stunts and was later recognized as Best New Actor at the Grand Bell Awards.[6] Go reunited with Ad Madness co-star Park Ye-jin in the TV series When A Man Loves A Woman in the same year. In 2005, he starred in the revenge drama Green Rose, which was shot on location in China and Korea. He played a simple man who falls in love with a rich woman and gets accused of a crime he did not commit. Then in the romantic comedy Marrying a Millionaire, Go played a delivery man who is asked by a TV producer to act like a rich bachelor to attract several women on a televised reality dating show.

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