9 February 1984 (age 34)
Han Geng (韩庚) (born February 9, 1984, in Mudanjiang, Heilongjiang, China), is a Chinese pop singer, dancer, model, and actor. He released his first digital single "My Logo" on 6th July 2010 and then released his first album "庚心" (Geng Xin) on 27th July 2010. After a two year break in which he focused on his acting career, he released his second album "寒更" (Hope in the Darkness) on 29th July 2012.
He was the only Chinese member of the large South Korean boy band Super Junior that debuted in 2005 and former leader of its subgroup Super Junior M. He was regarded as one of the four lead dancers of Super Junior and was also one of the two members in the group who frequently performed Chinese martial arts in Super Junior's dance routines. Han Geng is well-known for his dancing, being particularly skillful in Chinese traditional dances from the 56 Chinese ethnic groups. As a member of a Korean music group, he was an important contributor to the Korean wave in China. In 2008, Han Geng was elected as a torch bearer for the 2008 Beijing Olympics for his contribution to the cultural changes between China and South Korea. In the same year, Han Geng returned to his home country to develop his pop career. He officially debuted in China as the leader of Super Junior M.
Two years later he released his second solo studio album 寒更.
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