BY Julie Jones | Nov 02, 2015 08:27 AM EST
Happy November! There is still time to order a birthday cake for all the celebrities that are celebrating their birthdays this month.
Nov. 4: Rapper T.O.P., whose acting resume now includes the drama "Iris" and the film "Tazza 2: The Hidden Card," turns 28 on Nov. 4. As well as completing the worldwide MADE concert tour with Big Bang, T.O.P. had a role in "Secret Message" this year. He stars in the international web drama with Japanese actress Juri Ueno.
T.O.P. shares his birthday with So Ji Sub.
So Ji Sub will make his small screen comeback only 12 days after his birthday. He plays a personal trainer for Hollywood stars in the drama "Oh My Venus." His co-star in the drama will be Shi Min Ah. In 2015 So also released the single So Ganzi in collaboration with the hip hop group Soul Dive. It was his second collaboration with the group.
November 9: Gu Hye Sun appeared in the vampire drama "Blood" this year with Ahn Jae Hyun. Although the drama had low ratings in Korea, it was a hit in other countries.
In April 2015, a piano piece that Gu composed in 2009, topped the QQ music chart in China. The piano piece, titled "Rain," gained new attention after the actress appeared in "Blood." Gu, who will be 31, will perform her first concert on November 21.
Nov. 13. Moon Chae Won appeared in two films this year. She appeared in "Love Forecast" with her "Brilliant Legacy" co-star Lee Seung Gi" and she will next be "The Mood That Day" with Yoo Yeon Suk.
She's also signed up for another drama, "Goodbye Mr. Black." Moon has not appeared on the small screen since her 2013 drama "Good Doctor" with Joo Won.
Nov. 16: Park Hyung Sik, who turns 24 this year, had a hit drama in "High Society." He won praise for his chaebol role and being half of a winning couple with Lim Ji Yeon. For that role the ZE:A singer-turned actor won a Best New Actor TV award at the 51st Baeksang Arts Awards. Park also appeared as a cast member on "Law of the Jungle" and was a guest on "Running Man."
Nov. 23. After a busy year in 2014 with roles in the dramas "Trot Lovers," The Liar Game" and "The King's Face," Shin Sung Rok devoted time to his first love, musical theater. He played Death in the musical Elizabeth.
Nov. 29: Ryu Seung Ryong is considered one of the most versatile supporting actors in k-dramas and k-movies. Last year starred in two films, the wildly popular "Roaring Currents" and "Target." This year he has roles in a few films, "Five Senses of Love," The Piper" and "The Hymn," playing Suzy Bae's pansori teacher. He also does a voice in the animated film "Seoul Station."
Happy birthday k-drama actors!
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