Who is Kim Jae-wook’s girlfriend? I’ll introduce his lover and lovelife.
Kim Jae Wook is a Korean actor and model born on April 2, 1983 in South Korea.
He has one older brother and when he was still an infant, his family moved to Japan because of his father’s work as a journalist. When he was eight years old, their family moved back to Korea.
Moving back to Korea was difficult for Kim and he faced to countless problems since he could barely speak in Korean. He pursued and started learning Korean. He then started out performing in a band and eventually became a model when he was 17.
He can fluently speak Korean and Japanese.
In 2002, he had his acting debut through an indie drama named “Ruler of Your Own World”. However after his first acting role, he admitted the it was difficult for him to be an actor. Eventually, he decided to give up his acting career and concentrated on modeling.
After five long years, he tried going back to acting. Luckily, his acting career blossomed when he successfully auditioned for the role of No Sun-ki in the 2007 hit drama series, “Coffee Prince”.
Ever since, Kim’s popularity boosted all around Asia.
In 2008, Kim served as the ambassador of goodwill for the 9th Jeonju International Film Festival.
Kim Jae-Wook served his military service on July 2011 and completed it on 2013. He returned to acting in the 2013 drama “Who Are You”。 In June 2015, he switched his agency to Better ENT.
Kim Jae Wook is currently single since there are no reports about him being linked to a girl. Some even speculated if he is straight or not after his first movie “Antique”. In the movie, his acting was just too passionate and brilliant.
However, Kim is just too private with his personal life and has kept his romantic relationship out of the spotlight. Furthermore, he has also been very busy with other things. Apart from his music and acting career, Kim loves reading books and playing baseball and soccer.
One unique hobby he possess is he enjoys cleaning whenever he is bored. For him to fully clean his place, it usually takes him about 4-5 hours. When he is done cleaning his home, he feels a sense of pride.
Kim Jae Wook is known for his amazing long hair. But ven if he had already cut off his popular locks, his career was built on having sexy long hair.
Rumor: Rie Akiba
In 2007, he was rumored to be in relationship with Rie Akiba, a Japanese actress. His management, however, denied the speculations and further shared that they knew each other by a TV program in South Korea and they are just good friends.
He once loved a woman for the first time when he was a junior high school student. The girl was 9 years older than him and was a Japanese. And just to be with his special someone, he even stayed in Ireland for 2 months.
Ideal Type of Woman
Kim has never been open about his ideal woman. However, based on his previous relationships, he tend to prefer Japanese women over Korean. Most of his exes are Japanese whom he dearly had an affection with.
Views on Marriage
It seems that Kim hasn’t thought of getting married yet. He is still very busy with his acting career especially when preparing for different roles. There was even a time when he worked at a transgender bar in Itaewon for his film “Antique”.
And to relate to his character in the drama “Hedwig”, he bought skirts and high heels to make him more comfortable with his gay role.
Kim is very determined to succeed in his career and has taken a lot of different roles which showed how diverse he is as an actor.
Kim’s fans are very supportive of him, not just with whom he is romantically paired with, but also in his acting career. They showed great support to their idol especially in his unusual role as a gay person in one of his films.
-“Ruler of Your Own World” (2002)
-“The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince” (2007)
-“Dal Ja’s Spring” (2007)
-“The Kingdom of the Winds” (2008)
-“Bad Guy” (2010)
-“Mary Stayed Out All Night” (2010)
-“Who Are You?” (2013)
-“Inspiring Generation” (2014)
-Drama Festival “4teen” (2014)
-“Sweet Temptation” (2015)
-“C’est Si Bon” (2015)
-“Planck Constant” (2015)
-“The Last Princess” (2016)