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Joong-Hoon Park

Joong-Hoon Park

Joong-Hoon Park is one of Korean cinema's biggest stars, having achieved renown in such acclaimed films as My Love, My Bride and Two Cops. A student of film at Chungang University and later at New York University (where he earned an MFA degree), Park is adept at drama, action and comedy, and has starred in several of the highest-grossing Korean feature films of all time. He has won 20 Korean "Oscar's for his work.

Among Park's international credits are Nowhere to Hide, A Masterpiece in My Life, Destiny, Two Cops 2, Killing My Wife, Gangster Class, Hallelujah, Rules of the Game, Take the Money and Run, My Love Don Quixote, Don Quixote on Asphalt, Bio Man, Black Republic, Double Edge, Wanted, Chilsoo and Mansoo, Mimi & Chulsoo's Youth Sketch, and Say Yes. Park has also hosted his own talk show in Korea, as well as writing a regular newspaper column.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.

Joong-Hoon Park Facts

OccupationActor
BirthdayMarch 21, 1964 (53)
SignAries
BirthplaceSeoul, South Korea

Selected Filmography

Two Guys
My Dear Desperado
The Truth About Charlie / Charade
American Dragons
Nowhere to Hide
Double Edge
Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield
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