It’s Okay, That’s Love Actor Do Sang-woo Profile, Dramas, Dating News

Do Sang-woo

Get To Know More About South Korean Actor Do Sang-woo

Do Sang-woo is an actor who is well known for his various appearances in K-Dramas. Not only being a supporting role, but every character that Do Sang-woo successfully plays, always gets good appreciation from fans because of his excellent acting skills.

Several roles that were successfully performed by Do Sang-woo in K-Dramas, such as It’s Okay, That’s Love (2014), My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol (2016), The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (2018), Backstreet Rookie (2020) and many more. Not only K-Drama, Do Sang-woo also often appears as a guest star or MC in variety shows.

Debut as a model did not make his career limited to just one field, he also dared to embark on the next journey by debuting as an actor in the K-Drama which he played for the first time in 2011.

Without waiting too long, let’s check out more detailed information about Do Sang-woo full information, his appearance on K-Dramas until dating news in this article below!

Do Sang-woo Full Profile

Do Sang-woo

Real Name : Do Sang-woo (hangul: 도상우)

Birth : Busan, South Korea, December 25, 1987

Star Sign : Sagitarius

Occupation : Actor & Model

Height : 187 cm

Blood Type : B

Religion : Buddhism

Debut : 2008 Seoul Fashion Week Jooyoung Lee Fashion Show Model

Agency : J Wide Company

Do Sang-woo Filmography

Entertainers in South Korea have many opportunities to become as supporting roles and lead roles in K-Dramas and movies. In this profession, anyone who has good acting skills and comes from any background can get the opportunity to play a character if they have basic skills such as acting.

Even though it is not easy to be an actor or actress, this job is very promising because it will have a very good career path if the drama or movie that is released gets a good appreciation or rating after being broadcast. There will be many people who easily recognize actors and actresses in a drama or movie who have impressive acting skills to portray a character.

In the next session, we will take a look at what more roles actor Do Sang-woo has successfully played in K-Dramas!

Do Sang-woo In It’s Okay, That’s Love

It’s Okay, That’s Love can be said to be one of the best Korean dramas. With the theme of patients with mental disorders, the drama that aired in 2014 won trophies from various film award events in South Korea.

Not only entertaining, this drama is also able to educate the audience through the story plot that is displayed. In addition, this drama is indirectly able to change the viewer’s perspective in seeing mental illness patients.

It’s Okay, That’s Love brings up a theme that is rarely presented in Korean dramas, namely the profession as a psychiatrist. Tells the story of Ji Hae-soo (played by Gong Hyo-jin), a female psychiatrist who is cheerful, tough, and also smart. Behind this attitude she has a deep sense of trauma about commitment in marriage and a phobia of sex.

Accidentally, she meets Jang Jae-yeol (played by Jo In-sung), a novelist and handsome radio DJ who is liked by many women. So far, Jae-yeol has an obsessive – compulsive disorder due to his past experience.

The storyline that flows from accidental encounters between the main characters, flashbacks to unravel the past, shaking conflicts to a tearful climax. In addition, a touch of comedy in some scenes, and the resolution of the ending that is not too disappointing, make watching this drama very enjoyable.

This drama stars reliable actors and actresses whose acting skills are undoubtedly the appearance of several supporting actors such as Do Sang-woo, Sung Dong-il, Lee Kwang-soo, Lee Sung-kyung, Jin Kyung to EXO’s D.O.

They succeeded in bringing out the characters they played, as well as bringing out the emotions of the characters well. Their expressions of anger, fear, happiness, anxiety, curiosity, disappointment, doubt, and sympathy were very natural.

Apart from the storyline, the characters in this drama also have strong characters. Each character in this drama has a different role and character, making this drama even more colorful.

The depiction of a patient character who is very human, because of the mistakes he made due to his mental illness. So that indirectly, this drama illustrates that the mistakes they make might not be categorized as crimes.

As a quote from one of the drama’s characters, which is quite striking is, “We agree to create a world where people can trust each other and learn to rely on one another. We agree that most mental disorders are born from the inability to communicate properly.

Not only discussing matters of love, It’s Okay, That’s Love presents a story that occurs in the world of psychology very interesting. Through this drama, the production team seems to invite the audience to get to know and explore the world of mental health from doctors to patients.

This drama provides viewers with an overview of several mental illnesses. Starting from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), schizophrenia, sex phobia, Tourette’s syndrome or Tourette’s disease, conduct disorder, anxiety disorder, psychosis, depression, dissociation, delusions and trauma.

Thanks to this the drama produced by the SBS TV station, received a special award from the South Korean Schizophrenia Association. Because It’s Okay, That’s Love is able to describe stories about mental illness sufferers in an honest but beautiful perspective. More or less this drama is able to change the viewer’s perspective in seeing mental illness patients.

In It’s Okay, That’s Love, Do Sang-woo plays a character named Choi Ho who is Hae-soo’s girlfriend (played by Gong Hyo-jin) and works as the PD of a talk show broadcast on a television station. They finally broke up because Choi Ho was unfaithful to Hae-soo, even though they had been dating as girlfriends for 1 year.

On one of It’s Okay That’s Love’s episode, Jang Jae-yeol misunderstood that he did not care about the relationship of ‘free sexism’, and informed Ji Hae-soo that her lover Choi Ho and assistant director were kissing behind the stage on the day of the talk show.

Ji Hae-soo turned off the TV and questioned Choi Ho and assistant director, asking, “Did you guys kiss?” The assistant director dismissed the relationship, saying, “I liked him the most,” and they ended in a fight after caught in the middle of affair.

After the scandal, Hae-soo was really hurted and Choi Ho came after her to apologize while having an affair at Ji Hae-soo’s house the day it rained. When Ji Hae-soo treated him coldly, Choi Ho said, “Do you know how difficult it is to not sleep with a woman that a man loves for 300 days? Not once or twice. I held up 10 times and 20 times. Because I love you. Is it normal for you to love but not sleep? Ask the men passing by if I am normal,” he cried out.

Ji Hae-soo said to Choi Ho, “I asked for it. I have seen my mother have an affair with another man for over 20 years, so I have a strange illness that sex is bad. It’s because I like to tremble when others are in love, but I hate it. My heart is trembling and scary just thinking about it. So I ask you to look at me. Even if it’s hard, ask me to help. Didn’t you cry and say a words easily?

Hae-soo continued, “You were with Minyoung for one night, but every time I kissed you, Minyoung will come to mind.”

In another episode of It’s Okay, It’s Love, Hae-soo’s boyfriend Choi Ho (played by Do Sang-woo), who broke up with his girlfiend, comes to her house and encounters Jang Jae-yeol (played by Jo In-seong) while trying to take his goods. Jo In-sung advised Do Sang-woo by showing his affection for Gong Hyo-jin.

On that day, Choi Ho took his belongings in Ji Hae-soo’s room, and Jang Jae-yeol said, “Wait a minute, if your belongings aren’t here anymore, I think I should let Hae-soo know. I have to leave the evidence.

In response, Choi Ho left the room in anger and Jang Jae-yeol answered Ji Hae-soo’s o the phone call and said, “Your number? I have it. I was drunk a lot yesterday. You’re funny. I’ll call you later after this.”

Choi Ho said in anger to Jang Jae-yeol, “What are you? How many months after you lived here? Do you know something that I don’t know? How many women, who are called your fans, have you touched?” Jang Jae-yeol said, “What if I watch and lived with Ji Hae-soo for a long time?  Isn’t Ji Hae-soo hurt after seeing this? If you know, forgetting her neatly is more polite and better than bringing small luggage here.”

They didn’t met each other for a first time, Choi Ho and Jang Jae-yeol meet again and fighting with each other to made a decision whose man that Hae-soo actually loved.

Jang Jae-yeol gives Choi Ho a hint that he’s in a relationship with Hae-soo. The previous status of Hae-soo’s boyfriend is replaced with Jang Jae-yeol, he said, “Don’t approach again ,” to Choi Ho and in response, he asked, “Are you guys sleeping together?” and also said that he will continue to linger around them. Choi Ho throw his fist first and fought with each other in front of a convenience store.

Do Sang-woo In My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol

Another drama that has been starred by Do Sang-woo is My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol that was aired on September 5, 2015 – February 28, 2016 on MBC. The drama has reach the absolute strongest on the weekend, recorded 30.5% of its own highest viewing rate. My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol written by by Kim Soon-ok, director Baek Ho-min and Lee Jae-jin recorded its own highest viewing rate of 30.5% (based on the TNMS metropolitan area), and at the same time recorded No. 1 in the overall program ratings of all three broadcasting companies, continuing a terrifying rise.

The rare role of Joo Se-hoon in My Daughter Geum Sa-wol‘ has successfully completed the long-breathing weekend play and verified his upgraded acting skills. After ending the drama which ended 51 times at the end of February 2016, Do Sang-woo who appeared on an photoshoot session with Newspim shared his thought about the drama, “It’s so cool. After it’s over, it’s easy to see and reflect on the parts that I could have done better, but I’m just going to think that I was blessed. The site, my seniors, my colleagues and the staff were all harmonious and happy. Above all, the viewers. I was really empowered because people loved me a lot.”

Fortunately, My Daughter Geum Sa-wol has a viewer rating exceeding 30% and has been greatly loved, but it is not easy to make a weekend play. Do Sang-woo honestly said, “It was a lot more difficult mentally than physically.” Although he had lost weight, he calmly confessed that he had a greater mental pain as he spent time thinking and researching the role of Joo Se-hoon, even though he had no talent for physical fitness.

I tried to hide the character Se-hoon in the beginning of my own way. I was able to draw a free and smirk figure at the beginning, and it feels like I couldn’t show the cooler and more intellectual side as much as my heart. Was it not enough to worry about myself? No, that part was a bit of a dilemma. Anyway, it was a good experience and I am still in a state of worry and reflection. Haha.”

Se-hoon later revealed his identity as an intelligent prosecutor and took revenge on a woman he loved. Can he do it well? I was burdened and greedy because he wanted to do better. Maybe he wanted to wrap it well. So he bumped into the wall. There was a time when I just had to show the person Joo Se-hoon, but why am I trying to be good? Why do I try to wrap it colorfully? Because it is,” Do Sang-woo shared.

In the drama, Joo Se-hoon loved Oh Hye-sang, who was the most incomprehensible for Do Sang-woo. He tried hard to understand Se-hoon and was confident that he knew better than anyone else. However, in a similar situation, he said that he could never love Hye-sang and drew a firm line to make her laugh.

I think that I know Se-hoon better than anyone and have faith to help me act. So after the end, my heart hurts. There’s a lot of stories, has scars inside, but is a pure person and a clear young man. When I fell in love with Oh Hye-sang at first sight, I approached a really pure heart. It was just sincere because it was written with a bean pod. I can’t love a girl who tried to kill her many times, so it was difficult to express it.

My Daughter Geum Sa-Wol, which has been rapidly unfolding and reversal of reversal, raised the expectations of viewers as Park Se-young and Do Sang-woo reached a turning point in a new story as they held their wedding.

In My daughter, Geum Sa-wol, Hye-sang (played by actress Park Se-young) knows that Se-hoon (played by Do Sang-woo) is a child of a chaebol descendants and she actively approaches Se-hoon, who has turned away as a cold person and ends up getting married together.

In the past, with his ambition to occupy the Bogeum Group, he approached Chan-bin (played by Yoon Hyun-min) and had a lot of nerve wars after that, but after recognizing Se-hoon’s enormous background, Hye-sang suddenly changes and seduces Se-hoon into her own man.

Without knowing this fact, Se-hoon, who is happy and happy to marry Hye-sang, falls into Hye-sang’s caring behavior and modest appearance.

Like Se-hoon, Joo Ki-hwang (played by actor Ahn Nae-sang) is greatly impressed by the deep and pure appearance of Hye-sang, and shows a sense of satisfaction as a daughter-in-law. However, Joo Ki-hwang cannot hide his loneliness when even Lee Hong-do (played by actress Song Ha-yoon), who was regarded as his own daughter and his lost daughter in the nursery, died. Hye-sang becomes anxious as Ki-hwang and Se-hoon show willingness to find the killer who killed Hong-do, whom he considered like his own daughter.

Meanwhile, Kang Man-hoo (played by Son Chang-min) learns that the daughter of Shin Deuk-ye (played by Jeon In-hwa) was looking for is Geum Sa-wol (played by Baek Jin-hee), and he officially acknowledges his relationship with Kang Chan-bin, saying that he will recognize Sa-wol as the daughter-in-law of the Bogeum Group.

At the end of the drama, Hye-sang, who was looking at the mansion with a feeling of happiness from her marriage with Se-hoon, finds a picture of Geum Sa-wol when she was a child hanging in the middle of the living room.

Do Sang-woo In The Smile Has Left Your Eyes

The Smile Has Left Your Eyes is a drama which is a remake of the popular 2002 Japanese drama of the same title starring Seo In-guk, Jung So-min and Park Sung-woong and will be directed by director Yoo Jae-won. The plot of this drama tells about the mystery melodrama of a murder suspect named Kim Moo-young (played by Seo In-guk) and a woman with various tragic pasts named Yoo Jin-kang (played by Jung So-min) and siblings. detective named Yoo Jin-gook (played by Park Sung-woong).

In this drama, Do Sang-woo plays a detective named Jang Woo-sung and is the one around Yoo Jin-gook. Unfortunately, he died in a car accident.

Baek Seung-ah (played by Seo Eun-soo) and Kim Moo-young (played by Seo In-guk) left together, and Jang Woo-sang, angry at this, chased after the two. Meanwhile, Baek Seung-ah broke the steering wheel to avoid the oncoming truck, and Jang Woo-sang hit Baek Seung-ah’s car as it was.

In this accident, Jang Woo-sang died, and Baek Seung-ah saved her life after surgery, but fell into a coma. On the other hand, it was announced that the accident was caused by Jang Woo-sang and Baek Seung-ah together, and Kim Moo-young disappeared.

Do Sang-woo In Backstreet Rookie

Do Sang-woo played the role of Cho Seung-jun, director of the convenience store headquarters. Cho Seung-jun is the next-generation leader in the head office of a convenience store that is recognized by himself for his scholarship with his cute looks, good character, and brilliant brain. As the owner’s son, he is a likable person who is good to everyone, with humble and gentle manners.

On an episode, Cho Seung-jun who was working overtime came to a dinner with Yoo Yeon-joo (played by Han Sun-hwa who is a Public Relation’s team leader for the convenience store. They seemed have a conversation during the episode and talking about each other’s passion while working in the same office.

Do Sang-woo who played the role as Cho Seung-jun gave his impressions on the end of Backstreet Rookie’s broadcast. He revealed his feelings of regret along with the script verification shot ahead of the final broadcast.

Do Sang-woo said, “Hello. This is Do Sang-woo, who played the role of Cho Seung-joon in Backstreet Rookie. The last filming is over. After it’s over, it’s cool and I feel strange. There are many emotions coming and going so you don’t know if it’s finished well,” he said.

I hope you enjoy watching, and I will see you soon with a new look. Please wait a minute. We ask for a lot of love until the end of Backstreet Rookie. Thank you.”

Do Sang-woo In Style Log

Do Sang-woo was selected as the new MC of Style Log, a lifestyle mentor of Style Channel OnStyle, along with Heo Ga-yoon and Lee Gi-kwang. Style Log is a culture guide program that reveals a hidden hot place in downtown Seoul and how to enjoy it in style. It introduced not only fashion and beauty hot places, but also hot places in various areas such as living, interior, art, and restaurants, and received reviews as a program that did not miss benefitability and stylishness.

The new MC Do Sang-woo, Heo Ga-yoon, and Lee Gi-kwang will be the next MC started after received a baton from Hong Jong-hyun, Nana, and Cho Min-ho that was MC from the last season, are looking forward to seeing what kind of charm will be revealed through the program. These 3 MCs are working from together since 2014 to host the show.

PD Tat-ae, who directed the program, said, “We are going to explore every corner of the city’s lifestyle hot spot with three attractive MCs. We ask for your interest and affection for useful stories from Do Sang-woo, Heo Ga-yoon and Lee Gi-kwang, who are of similar age and love lifestyles such as fashion, culture, and art.”

Do Sang-woo In Law of the Jungle – Hidden Kingdom Special

On June 18, 2015, actor Do Sang-woo left for Brunei through Incheon International Airport for the filming of the SBS’ The Law of the Jungle – Hidden Kingdom Special.

Apart from Style Log, Do Sang-woo has also appeared on one of the famous variety shows, Law of the Jungle on the episode ‘Hidden Kingdom Special’ which was broadcast on episodes 171 untill 177 in 2015.

During the shooting process, Do Sang-woo mingled with both with the cast members and guest stars who were present in the episode. Do Sang-woo tried to get used to the jungle by calling himself ‘a beginner in performing arts’ while they were casually talking with each other. Do Sang-woo laughed when Kim Byeong-man jokingly slapped him on the cheek while eating a fish.

As the youngest members, Do Sang-woo Do, Jeong Jin-woon and Jeon Hyo-sung caught the cassava in the middle of jungle at night. Jeon Hyosung said, “I think I’m going to cry,” and Do Sang-woo said, “The end of my hardship will come to my pleasure.” They drove up the momentum and began harvesting cassava.

Jeong Jin-woon emphasized, “If you pull the cassava originally, it must come out”, and Do Sang-woo coughed and showed off the cassava to the production crew. Jeong Jin-woon was delighted to find a large cassava. In this episode, the guest stars are Jung Joon-ha, Sam Hammington, Do Sang-woo, Jeong Jin-woon, Jeon Hyo-sung, Nam Gyu-ri, and Shim Hyeong-tak.

Beside that, male members including Jeong Jin-woon and Do Sang-woo revealed their naked bodies while dipping in the river.

In this episode, the members of the Law of the Jungle visited the Brunei Kingdom, which is called the Fantasy Kingdom. Especially this season, 14 members including Kim Byeong-man, Sam Hamington, Jeong Jun-ha, Shim Hyung-tak, Nam Gyu-ri, Do Sang-woo, Jeon Hyo-sung, Jeong Jin-woon, Minnow, Lee Tae-gon, Ryu Dam, Haha, Seo Hyo-rim, and Chanyeol will appeared on this episode.

In particular, in the recently unveiled preview of Law of the Jungle-Hidden Kingdom, an extreme challenge to build a kingdom against the giant river was unfolded in order to return to the beginning of ’Back to the Season 1’.

While leaving the body to the original instinct in the jungle, Jeong Jin-woon, Shim Hyeong-tak, Do Sang-woo, and Byeong-man took a naked bath wearing only panties.

Do Sang-woo In Lee Hyun Because It’s You MV

Not only appearing in dramas and variety shows, Do Sang-woo also appeared as one of the models who appeared in Lee Hyun’s music video entitled Because It’s You which was released in 2012. Lee Hyun is a former member of the duo, 2AM, and also has actively released several solo singles.

In this music video, Do Sang-woo is seen as the main model who appears as the character of a man who is strong and tough. In the first few scenes, it shows him being in a fire location and forcing himself to enter a burning building. Next, Do Sang-woo is in flashback and meets his girlfriend who is played by Lee Sung-kyung in the music video.

At the real location that was on fire, Do Sang-woo managed to find his unconscious lover and then carried her together to enter a small swimming pool in the building to avoid the flames that were getting bigger.

Do Sang-woo In Jung Joon-il Confession MV

The presence of Do Sang-woo as a model in the music video can also be seen again in one of the singles released by the legendary South Korean male singer, Jung Joon-il, with a song called Confession which was released in 2014.

With a ballad tempo that is often Jung Joon-il’s signature, Do Sang-woo is seen enjoying the atmosphere of Seoul in the middle of winter from morning to night. At the end, Do Sang-woo took the time to enjoy a bottle of soju at a shop. You could say that the character in this music video is about a man who is having doubts about his romantic life, whether he will confess his feelings or not.

Do Sang-woo In Davichi Two Lovers (feat. Mad Clown) MV

In 2015, Davichi returned with one of their comebacks with a song called Two Lovers. With a unique music video concept, the duo also collaborated with Mad Clown to feature in this medium tempo song.

In this music video, Do Sang-woo is seen playing the lover of these two very beautiful female duos. They spend time together by dating around the city, enjoying the food provided in restaurants and just going out to chat together at cafes.

However, the scene when Do Sang-woo became a lover turned into a scene where Lee Hae-ri and Kang Min-kyung who spent time together seemed to replace Do Sang-woo’s role and it turned out that at the end of the scene, the three of them met again and it was revealed that Do Sang-woo was a former lover of Lee Hae-ri and Kang Min-kyung.

Do Sang-woo As A Model

Do Sang-woo debuted as a model and made his debut at ‘Seoul Fashion Week 2008’. After that, he was also active as a runway model at several fashion events held in South Korea, such as ‘Seoul Collection Choi Bum-seok, Kwak Hyun-ju, Ko Tae-yong, Kang Dong-jun Fashion Show’, ‘Model Seoul Collection Phillip Lim, Damir Doma Fashion Show’, ‘Model Seoul Collection Jooyoung Joo, Sunho Kim, Jeojeong Jeong, Jaehwan Kim Fashion Show’.

In addition, Do Sang-woo is still active as a magazine model for Vogue, Elle, Ceci, Men’s Health, GQ Magazine, Arena, and Esquire.

Do Sang-woo Relationship

It’s no strange to hearing the love location between actors and actresses who play a role in one drama as a couple. Do Sang-woo is an actor who often plays a character as a boyfriend and has a story with a female lead in a drama.

On the other hand, Do Sang-woo is also famous for his very handsome visuals and sharp and charming eyes. Who is the woman that Do Sang-woo’s charms are roughly captivated by? Let’s take a more complete look at Do Sang-woo’s relationship status and find out in more detail whether the actor who is also a model is in a romantic relationship with a woman in the following section!

Do Sang-woo With Song Ji-hyo

Do Sang-woo is famous for having played many roles in several K-Dramas and after that he received a lot of appreciation from fans and the public that he has excellent acting and good chemistry with his co-stars in dramas he has starred in.

One of them is tvN’s drama Ex-Girlfriend Club, which also stars Song Ji-hyo, Byun Yo-han, Lee Yoon-ji, Jang Ji-eun, and Kim Sa-won. His role in the drama made him even more famous. After this drama, fans asked a lot of questions about Song Ji-hyo and Do Sang-woo’s relationship. It happened because people saw that they had really good chemistry while playing together in the drama.

Playing a role in the same drama made Do Sang-woo and Song Ji-hyo raise the anticipation for the chemistry. By playing in the 2015 tvN drama Ex-Girlfriend Club, they played the main characters. This drama is about the popular webtoon writer Bang Myung-soo (played by Byun Yo-han), who writes a story about his ex-girlfriend and gets the chance to make his work into a film. As he builds a love line with film producer, Kim Soo-jin (played by Song Ji-hyo), he meets four ex-girlfriends in the same place, facing the lion in the living room.

But after the drama was over, there was nothing serious about their relationship. The two agreed that they only played professionally and were good friends with each other.

Even on May 15, 2015, during filming, Song Ji-hyo also prepared a good meal through a food truck for all the drama crew and cast. She uploaded a photo on Weibo of himself with the food truck she has prepared. The actress is kind and sincere to all the cast and crew, not to specific people.

I hope my colleagues and staff will get strength from eating samgyetang (Korean chicken soup)! Cheers for the Ex-Girlfriend Club, yay!” Song Ji-hyo co-wrote the photo. There are also pictures that show Byun Yo-han, Lee Yoon-ji, Jang Ji-eun, Do Sang-woo, Kim Sa-won, and more with Song Ji-hyo, and the casts are smiling brightly for the camera.

Do Sang-woo With Kim Yoon-seo

Being an actor that was shipped with many actresses and act as a lovers, Do Sang-woo finally confirmed his relationship status through an official statement by Taxi Entertainment. “Do Sang-woo and Kim Yoon-seo have been in a relationship since early 2015. Even after Do Sang-woo’s military enlistment, they continued their trusting relationship,” said by the agency in June 2017.

The dating rumors actually say that this lovely couple has been dating for the past 2 years and 6 months, and the rumors are proven true. This also proves that nothing happened between Song Ji-hyo and Do Sang-woo before and lingers just a rumor.

Previously, the actor and actress appeared on MBC’s The Legendary Witch as siblings on screen, and once their production ended, they got to know each other in a stable relationship.

After actor Do Sang-soo and actress Kim Yoon-seo admitted to their relationship, media outlet Dispatch revealed adorable photos of the caught couple dating in a public space.

The photos are from May 2015, possibly months after they started dating that year. From the MBC drama, The Legendary Witch, the two met, played roles together and gradually gained interest in each other after production ended.

In the revealed photos, we can see that the couple enjoyed shopping together for some groceries, then returned to their car. While storing their grocery bags in the car, Kim Yoon-seo was seen joking with Do Sang-woo playfully, possibly arguing over who could drive.

In the end, Kim Yoon-seo is the one who drove the car after they go out for a date.

After the time goes by, Kim Yoon-seo and Do Sang-woo confirmed their break up news after dating for 4 years.

A source from Kim Yoon-seo’s agency Hunus Entertainment said, “Kim Yoon-seo and Do Sang-woo parted ways and decided to just be colleagues. The two separated after becoming increasingly busy with their jobs,” explained the source.

In 2017 they announced that they were dating. Unfortunately, after developing a relationship for 4 years, the two finally separated.

Do Sang-woo has appeared in numerous dramas including It’s Okay, That’s Love, My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol, and The Smile Has Left Your Eyes. Meanwhile, Kim Yoon-seo made her debut in 2010 through the film I Saw the Devil. She then appeared in various dramas such as A Gentleman’s Dignity, Glass Mask, Repentance, and finally she recently played in the drama Graceful Family.

Until this article published, there are no other news about Do Sang-woo’s new girlfriend or dating rumor after his break up with Kim Yoon-seo n 2017.

Well, that was all for the information that explain about South Korean actor, Do Sang-woo. For readers who often watch K-Drama, surely you will be aware of Do Sang-woo’s presence as a supporting actor in several famous dramas. If you enjoyed this article, stay tuned for the next article about Do Sang-woo and don’t forget to share this article on social media.