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Oh Dal-su (오달수) is a widely-respected Korean actor and head of the theater company Singiru Manhwangyeong (Mirage and Kaleidoscope) since 2001. He has decades of experience both on stage and in film.
Oh's consistently praised by audiences and critics alike for his many memorable supporting roles in some of South Korea's most iconic cinema.
He's made his mark in a number of extremely successful films, including: Park Chan-wook's Oldboy (2003), Mapado (2005), the modern-day classics Crying Fist and A Bittersweet Life (2005), the raunchy comedy Foxy Festival (2010), and the 2014 drama Ode to my Father, which is the second-highest grossing Korean film of all time.
In 2015, he was cast in the massive critical and box-office successes Assassination and Veteran, which swept ticket sales and award shows that year; in 2016, he won his first leading man role in The Great Actor (aka Pinching the Star), then went on to co-star alongside Ha Jung-woo and Bae Doona in the suspense film Tunnel.
In 2017, he was a part of the all-star cast of the big-budget fantasy With God, again with Ha Jung-woo, as well as comedy king Cha Tae-hyun and k-pop star Do Kyung-soo (D.O) of EXO.