Shin Sung-rok born November 23, is a South Korean actor.
He frequently appears in films and television series, but is better known and active in musical theatre. Thinking he would have a better chance if he gained more acting experience and honed his craft on the stage, Shin switched gears and joined the theater company Hakchon. When Shin performed in his first musical Moskitothere were only audience members the seat hall.
Despite feeling depressed and frustrated, he said the experience made him strong and helped him become an actor with plenty of guts. Mainstream breakthrough still eluded Shin, but in theater his star was rising. InShin was picked from auditionees for the lead role Solomon in Dancing Shadowsa musical adaptation of the realist play Forest Fire by celebrated Korean playwright Cha Beom-seok.
As Shin starred in one hit musical after another, he continued to Family outing shin sung rok dating critics with his acting performances, his strong and powerful baritone vocals and his delicate and clear alto notes. Despite branching out to film and television, Shin has maintained that his heart will always belong to the stage, and has stated, "I feel more affection toward the stage [rather than TV].