Woo Do-Hwan (born July 12, 1992) is a famous South Korean actor. Having started his career with cameo roles many TV series’, he rose to fame after being cast in the TV series’ Save Me (2017) and Mad Dog (2017). Both the series are massive successes and have helped Woo earn a massive sum of money.
Woo Do-Hwan has a net worth of $1 million. He makes his money through various movie and TV roles. He owns a BMW 530d and also has a lovely house.
In addition to starring in TV series’, Woo has also starred in feature films. He has appeared in two movies: Operation Chromite and Master. He won the award for Best New Actor at the 31st KBS Drama Awards for his role in Mad Dog. His successful movie career has led to him accumulating a massive net worth.
Woo Do-Hwan has an estimated net worth of $1 million. His main source of income is the salary he receives from various movie and TV roles. In addition, he earns more money through his endorsement deals as well.
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Woo’s main source of income is his TV and movie roles. Being a popular actor in Korea, he has a six-figure salary for his various roles. His multiple roles have made sure he has earned a massive net worth.
Till date, Woo has appeared in 7 TV series’ and 2 feature films. These works have earned him 3 awards nominations and hundreds of thousands of dollars.
In addition, the 25 year old Woo makes a lot of money from his endorsement deals as well as many advertisements he appears in. He is currently the brand ambassador of Sprite. In addition, he also appears in many TV commercials in Korean television.
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Woo owns a beautiful car. He owns a orange BMW 530d. He is regularly seen driving his beautiful car.
Woo Do-Hwan inside his lovely BMW 530d, Image source: Youtube
He also has a lovely house. His house is decorated with a lovely couch, A flowering plant, a large TV and many more beautiful items.
Woo Do-Hwan’s lovely house in Korea, Image source: YouTube
Before rising to fame, Woo shockingly appeared in a 19+ movie. The movie was titled “Let’s Go to the Rose Motel” featuring some R rated scenes and was released back in 2013. Here’s a clip from the film: