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Gong Myung is a South Korean actor who has appeared in films, television series, and web series, among other mediums. Gong is a member of the “first ever South Korean actor group” ‘5urprise,’ which was founded by ‘Fantagio,’ a South Korean talent agency and film and drama production business, in September 2013. It includes Seo Kang-joon, Lee Tae-hwan, Kang Tae-oh, and Yoo Il. The members of ‘5urprise’ debuted as actors in the web series ‘After School: Lucky or Not’ in 2013. In the same year, Gong starred in another online series called ‘Infinite Power’ and made his big screen debut in the film ‘If You Were Me 6’. He went on to appear in a number of other films, including ‘Futureless Things,’ ‘A Girl at My Door,’ and ‘Su Saek,’ as well as the short film ‘Ice River.’ He has been in a number of TV programs in recent years, beginning with ‘Splendid Politics’ and continuing with major ventures such as ‘Drinking Solo,’ ‘Entertainer,’ and ‘The Bride of Habaek,’ among others. He will star in a major part in his upcoming TV series, ‘Revolutionary Love,’ which will premiere in mid-October 2017.

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Childhood and Adolescence

Gong Myung was born in South Korea on May 26, 1994, as Kim Dong-hyun.
Doyoung, his younger brother, is a K-pop singer best known for being a member of the boy band NCT.

In an interview, Gong said about his younger brother: “Since he was a child, [Doyoung] has been a fantastic singer. He’d win honors for singing, but I was so concentrated on athletics when we were younger that I didn’t give it any thought. But I believe it egged [Doyoung] on a little because I made my debut first (laughter). We’re all rooting for each other. Please take a good look at us.”

Career of Gong Myung

In September 2013, the South Korean actor group ‘5urprise’ was formed by ‘Fantagio,’ a South Korean talent agency and film and drama production firm. They chose the members of the group through a ‘Performers League’ program that seeks out prospective actors.

Gong joined ‘5urprise’ alongside Seo Kang-joon, Lee Tae-hwan, Kang Tae-oh, and Yoo Il, all of whom had been trained for a few years before making their debut in the entertainment industry.

Gong and the other members of ‘5urprise’ made their acting debut in the 2013 web series ‘After School: Lucky or Not,’ which consisted of 12 15-minute episodes. Nate Hoppin, a mobile drama aired on BTV, is also available on T-Store for smart phones and tablets.

Members of ‘5urprise’ appeared in the music videos of the South Korean ladies’ pop group ‘Hello Venus’ prior to their debut.

He played Seon-jae in the big screen film ‘If You Were Me 6’ directed by Min Yong-Keun, Park Jung-Bum, Lee Sang-Cheol, and Shin A-Ga, which was released in South Korea on October 24, 2013. He also played Seon-jae in the short film “Ice River” and Han Soo-dong in the online series “Infinite Power” that year.

In the 2014 film ‘Futureless Things,’ he portrayed Ki-cheol. In the same year, he appeared in the film ‘A Girl at My Door’ as Police Officer Kwon Son-oh.

The audience gave a three-minute standing ovation to ‘A Girl at My Door,’ which premiered in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival on May 19, 2014. It premiered in South Korean theaters on May 22, 2014, to generally positive critical acclaim.

He made his television debut in 2015. He participated in two MBC TV series that year, as Ja Gyung in ‘Splendid Politics’ (2015) and Cha Tae-woo in ‘Beautiful You’ (2015). (2015-2016).
In 2016, he played Lee Min-sung in the SBS TV series ‘Mystery Freshman.’ In the same year, he played Sang-woo in the film ‘Su Saek.’

In 2016, he also participated in the South Korean romance comedy music drama ‘Entertainer’ on SBS. He portrayed Kyle / Lee Bang-geul, an ace musician, in the series, which aired for 18 episodes from April 20, 2016 to June 16, 2016, but failed to make a critical or economic impact.

Gong played Jin Gong-myung, one of the Noryangjin Institute’s 9th grade civil service students, in the South Korean TV drama series ‘Drinking Solo,’ starring Ha Seok-jin and Park Ha-sun. From September 5, 2016 through October 25, 2016, the series aired on tvN for 16 episodes.

Gong has also appeared in a number of variety shows since 2016, including Season 4 of ‘We Got Married’ (2016-2017), ‘Law of the Jungle: Kota Manado’ (2017), and ‘Song Ji-hyo’s Beauty View’.

In 2017, he made his acting debut in the two-part Korean romantic comedy drama ‘Individualist Ms. Ji-young.’ He starred alongside Min Hyo-rin in the drama Park Byuk-soo, which aired on KBS2 from May 8, 2017 to May 9, 2017.
Following that, Bi-ryum reprised his prominent role as a wind God in the 16-episode South Korean fantasy romantic comedy drama series ‘The Bride of Habaek,’ which aired on tvN from July 3 to August 22, 2017. The series was a spin-off of ‘Bride of the Water God,’ a sunjung manhwa (2006).

In 2017, he starred as L in the web series ‘Brain, Your Choice Of Romance LR.’
In the upcoming TV series “Revolutionary Love,” he will play one of the main characters, Kwon Jae-hoon. It will begin airing on tvN on October 14, 2017.

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