Song Kang-ho (b. January 17, 1967) is a versatile and prolific South Korean actor. He found recognition by getting cast in two Park Chan-wook films, JSA: Joint Security Area and Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, before rising to even greater fame by starring in Bong Joon-ho's Memories of Murder. Since then he has been recognised as one of the greatest actors in Korea, and is a favourite actor of Bong, having subsequently starred in The Host and Snowpiercer.
He never had any formal training, only in social theatre groups.
- Joint Security Area- Oh Kyung-pil
- Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance- Park Dong-jin
- Memories of Murder- Park Doo-man
- The Presidents Barber- Seong Han-mo
- Madagascar- Alex (Korean dub, theatrical version)
- The Host- Park Gang-du
- The Show Must Go On 2007- Kang In-goo
- The Good, the Bad, the Weird- Yoon Tae-goo, "The Weird"
- Thirst- Sang-hyeon
- Secret Reunion- Lee Han-gyoo
- Snowpiercer- Namgoong Minsoo
- The Interview- DMZ soldier watching the interview (Uncredited cameo)
- The Age Of Shadows- Lee Jung-chool
- A Taxi Driver- Kim Man-seob