Ahn Jae-wook (born September 12, 1971) is a South Korean actor, composer and singer. As a child he spent most of his childhood in his hometown, the district of Donamdong in Seoul, before graduating from Seoul Art College, where he majored in theatre. After graduating in 1994, Ahn Jae Wook later went on to make his debut in the drama, The Song of Blind Bird, a drama that was based on a real-life story. Ahn Jae Wook, then a young man, took up side roles in several of the 1995-96 dramas before taking up a lead role in the 1997 drama, Star In My Heart. Together with Choi Ji-woo, both of them took up leading roles in the movie First Kiss in the following year.
Ahn Jae Wook also pursued a career in singing. He composed and sang several songs by making his debut in music from his music album, Forever. It was sung as the last song of Kang Min's concert in the ending part of Star In My Heart, and sold over 700,000 copies. His other main albums include Memories and Red in Ahn Jae-wook.