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Korean Celebrities Who Have Citizenship In Other Countries
Do you ever find yourself wishing you were a citizen of another nation? However, some Korean performers also have citizenship in other countries, like the United States of America, Canada, and Australia. The abilities that they possess bring honor and glory to the countries that they represent. Continue reading to see which Korean stars also have citizenship in other countries across the world.
1. Choi Woo Shik: Canada
Choi Woo Shik and his family relocated from South Korea to Canada when he was in elementary school, and he did not leave Canada until he was a college student. During his undergraduate years, Choi Woo Shik made the decision to pursue a career in acting in South Korea, and since the 2010s, he has been admired by fans all across the country. This year is turning up to be a very busy one for Choi Woo Shik! He had starring roles in the movies “The Policeman’s Lineage” and “Wonderland,” as well as the South Korean television drama “Our Beloved Summer” and the variety show “In the SOOP: Friendcation.”
2. Ahn Hyo Seop: Canada
Ahn Hyo Seop’s family made the decision to start a new life in Canada when he was in elementary school, despite the fact that Ahn Hyo Seop was born in South Korea. In his late teens, Ahn Hyo Seop made the decision to move back to South Korea in order to continue his education and launch a career in the entertainment industry. It is fortunate that he came back since his absence would have had a significant impact on the business. In April, the actor wrapped up his primary part as Kang Tae Moo in the critically acclaimed Korean drama “A Business Proposal,” and he is now working on the third episode of the much-loved series “Dr. Romantic.”
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3. Ma Dong Seok: United States
The legendary actor spent a good portion of his life in the United States of America, despite the fact that he was born in South Korea. Ma Dong Seok spent some time in Ohio and even went to school at one of the state’s communities colleges while he was there. He came back to Asia because of the South Korean film industry, and now he is one of the most famous actors working today. Ma Dong Seok made his debut in Hollywood in the Marvel action film “Eternals” last year. Since then, he has returned to South Korea to star in the films “The Roundup,” “Men of Plastic,” and the upcoming “The Roundup: No Way Out.” Even he is a recent newlywed! 2021 was the year he officially registered his marriage to media personality Ye Jung Hwa.
4. Go Sung Hee: United States, South Korea
The United States and South Korea both recognize Go Sung Hee as a citizen in their respective countries. Go Sung Hee was born in the United States to Korean parents despite the fact that her father was serving at the time as the Korean Ambassador to the United States. They remained there for as long as was required in order to maintain his high position. Both her part as Cha Na Rae in the comedy series “Gaus Electronics” and her wedding to her spouse, who is not a celebrity, were completed this year. Her wedding took place in November.
5. Han Chae Young: United States
After Han Chae Young was born in South Korea, her family moved to the United States not long after that. She grew up in a suburb of Chicago and continued to call that community home all the way through her high school years. She is currently a doting mother to her son as well as a devoted wife to her Korean-American husband, who is a successful businessman. At the beginning of 2018, Han Chae Young played the role of Han Chae Rin in the suspenseful television series “Sponsor.”
6. Jung Ryeo Won: Australia
A number of years after the famous actress was born, her family made the move from the United States to Australia. By the time she was a sophomore in junior high school, Jung Ryeo Won had successfully adjusted to the way of life in Australia, and she remained there all the way through her college years. Any place she calls home is fertile ground for Jung Ryeo Won’s success! In the movie “Woman in a White Car,” which was released this year, she portrayed the character Do Kyung.
7. Lee Da Hae: Australia
Lee Da Hae’s family made the decision to relocate to Australia when she was in elementary school, despite the fact that she was born in Seoul. Her entire family continued to reside there up until the time she was a junior in high school. Around the time she was a senior in high school, Lee Da Hae undoubtedly made the decision to pursue a career in acting, and a lot of people who watch Korean dramas are thrilled that she did. This past season, she served as the host of the variety show “Beauty-FULL.”