Kim Sang-kyung is a South Korean film actor. He made his debut in 1998 in the play The Advocate. Two of his films directed by Hong Sang Soo, "Tale of Cinema" and "Ha Ha Ha", screened at the Cannes Film Festival.
A lowly clown was made to play the role of his life when the palace made him take the place of the king to spare him the danger caused by an uprising in the kingdom. But this turned out to be one of the greatest turning points of his life, and maybe for the people too.