TV Actor Kim Ji-seok decimal birthdays

Kim Ji-seok

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Kim Ji-seok, TV Actor, South Korea

Before glory

He debuted as a rapper in the five-member Eurodance boyband LEO in 2001. They disbanded eight months later.

About Kim Ji-seok

TV actor who found acclaim in the 2009 skiing film Take Off. The film was the second-highest grossing Korean film that year. He also joined the cast of Hot Brain: Problematic Men in 2015.

Family Life

His sister is Kim Ban-seok.

Friends and colleagues

He and TV actor Lee Min-ho are both from South Korea.

Fast facts

His acting career began in 2004 with Kim Hyung-joong's music video for "She's Laughing." He has 350,000 followers on his kimjiseok16 Instagram.

 
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17 February 2023 22,000,000 minutes
17 February 2023 1,320,000,000 seconds
3 March 2023 367,000 hours
12 March 2023 15,300 days
14 April 2023 368,000 hours
21 April 2023 42 years
28 April 2023 22,100,000 minutes
26 May 2023 369,000 hours
13 June 2023 1,330,000,000 seconds
20 June 2023 15,400 days
20 June 2023 2,200 weeks
6 July 2023 370,000 hours
6 July 2023 22,200,000 minutes
17 August 2023 371,000 hours
14 September 2023 22,300,000 minutes
28 September 2023 15,500 days
28 September 2023 372,000 hours
7 October 2023 1,340,000,000 seconds
21 October 2023 510 months
8 November 2023 373,000 hours
22 November 2023 22,400,000 minutes
20 December 2023 374,000 hours
6 January 2024 15,600 days
31 January 2024 375,000 hours
31 January 2024 22,500,000 minutes
31 January 2024 1,350,000,000 seconds

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28 December 2012 1,000,000,000 seconds
5 September 2044 2,000,000,000 seconds
25 April 2000 10,000,000 minutes
30 April 2019 20,000,000 minutes
5 May 2038 30,000,000 minutes
9 May 2057 40,000,000 minutes
16 September 1992 100,000 hours
13 February 2004 200,000 hours
12 July 2015 300,000 hours
7 December 2026 400,000 hours
5 May 2038 500,000 hours
1 October 2049 600,000 hours
26 February 2061 700,000 hours
25 July 2072 800,000 hours
6 September 2008 10,000 days
23 January 2036 20,000 days
10 June 2063 30,000 days
20 June 2000 1,000 weeks
20 August 2019 2,000 weeks
19 October 2038 3,000 weeks
18 December 2057 4,000 weeks
21 August 1989 100 months
21 December 1997 200 months
21 April 2006 300 months
21 August 2014 400 months
21 December 2022 500 months
21 April 2031 600 months
21 August 2039 700 months
21 December 2047 800 months
21 April 2056 900 months
21 August 2064 1,000 months
21 December 2072 1,100 months