Let’s Get to Know More About ‘My Sassy Girl’ Actor Son Chang-min

Son Chang Min

Get to Know More About Son Chang-Min

Son Chang-min, born April 24, 1965, is a South Korean actor. He plays the king in the drama series My Sassy Girl. This drama follows a simple love story that occurs between Gyun-woo who is cold and Princess Hyemyung who often looks for problems. In addition, the 16-episode drama series also explores the politics of the Joseon Dynasty.

In addition to this drama, he also starred in the SBS drama Happy Days. According to his agency Blossom Entertainment, he has a confident personality, but this time, he had to play rather naive and senseless for the role of Nam Goong Young.

Son Chang-min’s Profile

Son Chang Min

Name: Son Chang Min
Hangul: 손창민
Birthdate: April 24, 1965 (age 53)
Birthplace: Busan, South Korea
Education: Chung-Ang University – Major in Broadcasting
Occupation: Actor
Years Active: 1971 – Present

Son Chang-min’s Filmography

Son Chang Min

Son Chang-min’s Movies

  • The Weird Missing Case of Mr. J | Jeong Seung Pil Siljong Sageon (2009) – Inspector Kim
  • Bank Attack | Maeulgeumgo Yeonsoeseubgyeoksageon (2007) – UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
  • The Mafia, the Salesman | Sangsabuilche (2007) – Sang Joong
  • A Wacky Switch | Nadooya Kanda (2004) – Yun Man-Chul
  • Father and Son: The Story of Mencius | Maengbu samcheon jigyo (2004) – Choi Kang-du
  • T.R.Y. (2003) – Chengiku Park
  • Jungle Juice (2002) – Min-cheol
  • Firebird | Bulsae (1997)
  • Park vs Park (1997)
  • Sudden Change | Aju teukbyeolhan byeonshin (1994) – Jin-woo
  • Woman for Love, Woman for Marriage (1993)
  • Silver Stallion | Eunmaneun oji anhneunda (1991)
  • Camels don’t cry alone (1991)
  • All That Falls Has Wings | Churakhaneun geosheun nalgaega itda (1990)
  • Gagman (1998)
  • Whale Hunter 2 | Golae sanyang 2 (1985) – Min-woo
  • My Love Jjang-gu | Naesarang jjanggu (1985)

Son Chang Min

Son Chang-min’s Drama Series

  • My Sassy Girl | Yeopgijeogin Geunyeo (SBS / 2017) – King Wheejong
  • Unni Is Alive | Unnineun Salaidda (SBS / 2017) – Koo Pil-Mo
  • Blow Breeze | Booleora Mipoonga (MBC / 2016)
  • My Daughter, Geum Sa-Wol | Nae Ddal, Geumsawol (MBC / 2015) – Kang Man-Hoo
  • Unkind Ladies | Chakhaji Aneun Yeojadeul (KBS2 / 2015) – Lee Moon-Hak
  • Pride and Prejudice | Omangwa Pyeongyeon (MBC / 2014-2015) – Jung Chang-Gi
  • Glorious Day | Kiboon Joteunnal (SBS / 2014) – Nam Goong-Young
  • Heartless City | Moojungdoshi (JTBC / 2013) – Min Hong-Ki
  • Princess Aurora | Orora Gongjoo (MBC / 2013) – Oh Geum-Sung
  • Horse Doctor | Maui (MBC / 2012-2013) – Lee Myung-Hwan
  • Glory Jane | Yeongkwangui Jaein (KBS2 / 2011) – Seo Jae-Myung
  • Stormy Lovers | Pokpoongui Yeonin (MBC / 2011) – Lee Tae-Sub
  • Road No. 1 | Rodeu Neombeowon (MBC / 2010) – Oh Jong-Ki
  • Park Jung Kum, Heavenly Beauty (MBC / 2008)
  • Kid Gang (2007)
  • Bad Housewife | Bul-lyang Joo-boo (SBS / 2005) – Koo Soo-Han
  • Shin Don (MBC / 2005-2006) – Shin Don
  • My Fair Lady | Yojosuknyeo (SBS / 2003)
  • Kuk-hee (MBC / 1999)
  • Roses and Bean Sprouts | Jangmiwa Kongnamul (MBC / 1999)
  • Advocate | Aedeubeokit (MBC / 1998)
  • Memories | Chueok (MBC / 1998)
  • Revenge and Passion | Bok-su-hyeol-jeon (MBC / 1997)
  • The Reason For My Living | Naega Saneun Yiyu (MBC / 1997)
  • Medical Brothers | Uiga hyeongje (MBC / 1997)
  • Son of Wind | Baramui Adeul (KBS2 / 1995)
  • Love and Marriage | Sarangkwa Kyeolhon (MBC / 1995)

Awards

  • Best Actor (daily & weekend drama) (“Unni Is Alive”) – 2017 SBS Drama Awards- December 31, 2017
  • Excellent Actor (special project) (“My Daughter, Geum Sa-Wol”) – 2015 MBC Drama Awards – December 30, 2015