Daddy Fish is about the love of a father for his son who has leukemia.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Daddy Fish - Yoo Seung-ho - Netflix
Yoo Seung-ho (Hangul: 유승호; Hanja: 俞承豪; born August 17, 1993) is a South Korean actor who rose to fame as a child actor in the film The Way Home (2002). After his two-year mandatory military service, he headlined the legal drama Remember (2015) and historical films The Magician (2015), Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River (2016), The Emperor: Owner of the Mask (2017) and I'm Not a Robot (2017-18)
Daddy Fish - 2010–2014: Teen roles - Netflix
In his teens, Yoo was cast in one of the major roles in Master of Study (2010), a Korean screen adaptation of Japanese manga Dragon Zakura. He then played a more mature role in Flames of Desire, as the second-generation son of a wealthy chaebol family who is uninterested in the battles of succession among his relatives and becomes a married man at 21. Later that year, Yoo sang a duet with singer/actress IU titled “Believe in Love” for the charity program Love Request. The song's lyrics was based on a diary that Yoo had written while seeing orphans of war in the slums of Sri Lanka. In 2011, Yoo trained in swordplay and martial arts in his role as an assassin in Warrior Baek Dong-soo, an action-period drama based on the manhwa by Lee Jae-heon. He also voiced Greenie, Leafie's adopted son, on Leafie, a Hen into the Wild, which was adapted from a bestselling children's novel by Hwang Sun-mi. He then co-starred with Kim Ha-neul in the thriller Blind. In 2012, Yoo was cast in his first role as a leading man in Operation Proposal, a Korean remake of the Japanese drama Proposal Daisakusen. This was followed by a supporting role as the Jade Emperor, ruler of the heavens, in the fantasy-period drama Arang and the Magistrate. Afterwards, he starred in the melodrama Missing You, playing a cold man who hides a vengeance-filled heart behind his seemingly gentle smile. Known in the press as “Little So Ji-sub” for his resemblance to the said actor, in 2013 Yoo starred in the music video for So's single “Eraser” together with Park Shin-hye. This was his second time promoting So's musical endeavors, after “Lonely Life” in 2008. Following that, Yoo's first photo book titled Travel Letter, Spring Snow, And... was published; it was the last project shot by celebrity photographer Bori before her death on April 9, 2013.
Daddy Fish - References - Netflix