Solo Leveling Sung Jinwoo Voice Actor Aleks Le Has Already Worked in 3 Highly Acclaimed Anime With Insane IMDb Ratings

Aleks Le's Prior 'Solo Leveling' Projects are Mind-Blowing!

Solo Leveling Sung Jinwoo Voice Actor Aleks Le Has Already Worked in 3 Highly Acclaimed Anime With Insane IMDb Ratings


  • Aleks Le voices Sung Jinwoo in the English dubbed version of 'Solo Leveling'.
  • Aleks Le has previously worked in the English dubbed version of anime series like 'Pluto', 'Vinland Saga', and 'Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War'.
  • Atsushi Kaneko talks about the ultimate goal of the Solo Leveling anime.
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With 3 episodes, Solo Leveling has already established itself as one of the most hyped anime series of 2024. The anime based on Chugong’s manhwa and DUBU’s webtoon, was already expected to be a major hit, as it is an RPG-inspired isekai anime, that features art and fight scenes worked to sell its strengths even further. While everyone is praising the anime for its outstanding visuals, the series also features exceptional voice talents, as well.

Sun Jin-Woo from Solo Leveling
Sung Jinwoo from Solo Leveling

Aleks Le, the voice actor of Sung Jinwoo in the English dub version of Solo Leveling has already worked in some of the biggest anime series with some of the highest IMDb ratings. As a result, fans of the series are eager to watch the dubbed version, than the original one.

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Aleks Le Excites Solo Leveling Fans With His Outstanding Previous Works

Born in 1988 in Vietnam, Aleks Le is a voice actor renowned for his works in different English dubbed versions of the anime series. The voice actor is considered to be exceptionally talented and has a skill in bringing the assigned characters to life through his voice. Needless to say, Le has quickly found a massive fan following through his versatile voice.

Aleks Le voices Sung Jinwoo in the dubbed version of Solo Leveling
Aleks Le voices Sung Jinwoo in the dubbed version of Solo Leveling

As per IMDb, before voicing Sung Jinwoo in the English version of the anime, he has worked in three of the most outstanding series voicing Thorfinn, and Thorfinn Anderson in Vinland Saga; Jushiro Ukitake, Shinji Hirako, and Ryunosuke Yuki in the English dubbed version of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War; as well as some additional voices in Pluto.

A still from Solo Leveling
A still from Solo Leveling

In addition to working in three of the most renowned series, which have ratings of 8.8, 9.0, and 8.2, Aleks Le has worked in the dubbed versions of other anime series like Rent-a-Girlfriend, and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. While being associated with gaming projects by voicing the English notes for Eternights, Cassette Beasts, System Shock, and Street Fighter 6.


Being associated with such projects is great news for anime fans of Solo Leveling, as the voice actor is one of the best if not the best in his work, and fans should look forward to watching the dubbed version as well.

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Atsushi Kaneko Talks About Meeting The High Standard Set by The Manhwa

When the series, made its premiere in Los Angeles, where producers Atsushi Kaneko and Sota Furuhashi of A-1 Pictures were present. During the post-Q&A session shared via Temple of Geek, Kaneko talked about the difficulties of completing the webtoon and the standards they have to meet the standards of the source material.


“The level of completion of the webtoon is just so high, so there is a very high standard we had to achieve, which is why despite being the animation producer on this project, I tried to avoid the webtoons when were in production…”

Solo Levelling
An artwork of Solo Leveling

In addition to meeting the standards of the source material, Atsushi Kaneko also talked about how he handed over creative freedom to the creators and animators to express themselves more clearly. 

“A lot of that is because I have a huge team in Japan…I wanted to make sure that as animators and creators, they had enough room to be able to express some of their creativity and different forms of anime expression, that had we been restrained by the webtoon, we may not have been able to explore.”

Though it’s crucial to follow the story of the manhwa, Solo Leveling’s anime adaptation’s ultimate goal is to follow the source material while incorporating their creativity into the series.

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Solo Leveling can be streamed on Crunchyroll.


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Tushar Auddy, Content Writer. He has been in the entertainment industry for 3 years and is always on the lookout for a captivating story. He is a student of Linguistics and is currently pursuing his Master's degree in the same field. He has a passion for literature that runs deep and loves nothing more than getting lost in a novel for hours on end. When he isn't reading, you'll find him capturing the beauty of language.