Do Kyungsoo Biography, Life, Interesting Facts
Do Kyung-soo is an actor and a musician from Korea. Do Kyung-soo is associated with South-Korean-Chinese group of boys EXO. He is also an artist on TV.
Do Kyung-soo was born in Goyang, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea on 12 January 1993. Do Kyung-soo enrolled in
GoyandPoongasan primary school, Baekshin Middle and High Schools. Do Kyung-soo has a sibling who is older to him by three years. Do Kyung-soo showed interest in singing during his schooldays. Do Kyung-soo was an enthusiastic competitor in singing contests arranged in the schools he studied.
Do Kyung-soo's achievement in school singing competitions earned him a trial with SM Entertainment in 2010. He was still studying in his high school. SM Entertainment took Do Kyung-soo as a novice. Do Kyung-soo presented “Anticipation,” by Na Yoon-Kwon, “My Story” by Brown Eyed Soul, and “My Story” for the hearing of the SM Entertainment.
Do Kyung-soo became a member of EXO in 2012. EXO is a group of boys consisting of boys from South Korea and China. “Mama” was the premiere of the EXO group. Do Kyung-soo in 2013, appeared in the song “Goodbye Summer” from a musical Pink Tape. Do Kyung-soo in the company of EXO members, Baek Hyun and Chen recorded the EP Miracles in December.
Do Kyung-soo premiered as an actor at a supporting level in the film, Cart. He acted as a high school pupil and a son of a shopkeeper and a union associate. This film was exhibited at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. Do Kyung-soo also announced a soundtrack version entitled, “Crying Out” of the film.
Do Kyung-soo appeared in supporting roles on the TV along with Gong Hyo-jin and Jo In-sung in a SBS play, It’s Okay, That’s Love. Do Kyung-soo received accolades from reviewers like Heo Ji-woong. Do Kyung-soo achieved the Best New Actor Award at the 51stBaeksang Arts Awards for his acting.
Do Kyung-soo in 2015, starred as a psychopath in the KBS play Hello Monster. His excellent performance earned him the Best Supporting Actor at the 52nd Grand Bell Awards for his role in “Cart.”
In 2016, performed as voice actor in the lively movie, The Underdog, to be released in 2018. Do Kyung-soo has lent his voice for Moongchi, a puppy separated from his master. Do Kyung-soo and Young-jin together sang, “Tell Me (What is Love)” for the SM Entertainment scheme viz., Station music. Do Kyung-soo had earlier did a solo of the song for the music tour of EXO. Do Kyung-soo featured in the main male role with actress Kim So-Hyun in a love film “Pure Love.” The play created by Samsung, Positive Physique where Do Kyung-soo stared with Che Seo-jin became a hit of all time. Do Kyung-soo started along with Jo Jung-suk and Park Shin-hye in the movie My Annoying Brother in the role of a Judo sportsperson. The duo rendered the concluding music “Don’t Worry’ for the film.
Do Kyung-soo achieved the Blue Dragon Film Award in later year for his acting in the movie
Do Kyung-soo in 2017, featured in the amusement film Room No.7. Do Kyung-soo also featured in “Along With the Gods: The Two Worlds” by Kim Yong-Hwa.
Do Kyung-soo in the current year is slated to feature in ‘Swing Kids,’ a feature film depicting camp for war prisoners
During the Korean War. Do Kyung-soo plays the role of a NK combatant in love with shoe tap dancing though suffering all disorder. DO also played a leading role as a crown prince in Dear Husband of 100 days.
Films and TV series
Do Kyung-soo has featured in 7 films and 6 TV serials.
Do Kyung-soo has achieved numerous awards as an actor and singer.