Song Joong-ki’s first film was the period-movie ‘A Frozen Flower’ (2008), followed by the omnibus-film ‘Five Senses of Eros,’ the true-story film ‘The Case of Itaewon Homicide’ (both 2009), and small roles in TV-series ‘Triple’ and ‘Will it Snow for Christmas?’ (both 2009).
Song hosted the music-show ‘Music Bank’ (2009-2010), appeared in the series ‘OB &GY’ (2010), and the drama-film ‘Hearty Paws-2’ (2010). His breakthrough role in the historical drama-series ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’ (2010) brought popularity.
Song was part of the variety program ‘Running Man’ (2010-2011) and MC for ‘Made in U.’ After starring in the romantic comedy-film ‘Penny Pinchers’ (2011), he won awards for the TV-series ‘Deep Rooted Tree’ (2011). He was the narrator of the 6-part documentary ‘Tears of the Antarctic’ (2012).
In 2012, Song played the lead in the commercially successful fantasy-romance ‘A Werewolf Boy,’ followed by TV’s ‘The innocent Man,’ earning high acclaim for both. After his military service, he starred in the TV-series ‘Descendants of the Sun’ (2016), which brought in immense fame with awards and honors.
Thereafter, Song starred in the period-film ‘The Battleship Island’ (2017), the historical-fantasy ‘Arthdal Chronicles’ (2019), the sci-fi film ‘Space Sweepers’ (2021), and the Netflix series ‘Vincenzo’ (2021).
This science fiction adventure film takes us to the year 2092, and revolves around The Victory, a space junk collector ship. In a debris chase, the crew of the ship find a seven year old girl, and realize that she is actually a humanoid robot, who is meant to be a weapon of mass destruction. Upon realizing that she is wanted by the UTS Space Guards, they decide to ask for a ransom in exchange.