Park Hae Soo has joined forces with UTA, a US talent agency, to further his international endeavors. It is a huge agency and the residence of many famous people, including Paris Hilton and Jessica Alba. In May of this year, Jeon Jong Seo, Park Hae Soo’s co-star in “Money Heist: Korea,” also joined United Talent Agency.
The company has signed the actor everywhere, and BH Entertainment is still Park Hae Soo’s agent in South Korea. In 2007, the outstanding performer made his musical theatrical debut with “The Strongest Comedy Mr. Lobby.” Following that, he took part in several more plays, including “The Chorus – Oedipus,” “Macbeth,” “Frankenstein,” “Annapurna,” “39 Stairs,” “Macbeth,” and others.
In 2017, Park Hae Soo co-starred with Jung Kyung Ho in his first-ever primary television performance in the tvN series “Prison Playbook.” Park Hae Soo earned the Best New Actor prize at The Seoul Awards for portraying a famous baseball pitcher who ends up in jail after becoming a felon overnight.
After making an appearance as number 218 in the Netflix original series “Squid Game” in 2021, the actor had a sharp rise in fame worldwide. Park Hae Soo’s standout performance as Cho Sang Woo (number 218) earned him nominations for Best Supporting Actor at the Blue Dragon Series Awards, Best Supporting Actor in a Streaming Series, Drama at the Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards, and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series at the Primetime Emmy Awards.
In the Korean adaptation of the Spanish criminal thriller “Money Heist” earlier this year, Park Hae Soo played Berlin.