‘Signal’ Actor Cho Jin-woong’s Full Profile: Weight Loss, Wife, and Movies

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The Journey of Cho Jin-woong

To keep one’s popularity in the contemporary world it isn’t easy, you have to do something out of the box! The senior actor Cho Jin-woong had to make a huge transformation for his career. He knows what the entertainment world nowadays wants. So, to keep his popularity he did something really huge that will shock people to the core with the change. What is it? Well, let’s read the article below!

Cho Jin-woong’s Full Profile

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Real Name : Jo Won-joon
Actor Name : Cho Jin-woong (조진웅)
Birth Place : Busan, South Korea
Birth Date : March 3, 1976 (41th)
Height : 185 cm
Weight : 98 kg
Horoscope : Pisces
Agency : Saram Entertaintment

One of Cho Jin-woong’s earliest roles came in 2004 when he appeared in “Once Upon a Time in High School”. After that, he started his acting career in many roles in Dramas, such as playing Sejong’s loyal bodyguard in “Deep Rooted Tree” (2011); a mobster in “Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time” (2012); and a mysterious villain in “A Hard Day” (2014). Lately he gained a lot of popularity for his role in Drama, “Signal” (2016).

Cho Jin-woong’s Filmography

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Movies

  • Sea Ice (2016)
  • The Handmaid (2016)
  • Assassination (2015)
  • Salute D’Amour (2015)
  • Foulball (2015)
  • Assassination (2015)
  • Chronicle of a Blood Merchant (2015)
  • The Admiral: Roaring Currents (2014)
  • KUNDO : Age of the Rampant (2014)
  • A Hard Day (2014)
  • Hwayi (2013)
  • My Paparotti (2013)
  • An Ethics Lesson (2013)
  • Man on the Edge (2013)
  • Perfect Number (2012)
  • A Millionaire on the Run (2012)
  • Nameless Gangster : Rules of the Time (2012)
  • Perfect Game (2011)
  • The Front Line (2011)
  • Glove (2011)
  • A Barefoot Dream (2010)
  • Best Seller (2010)
  • City of Fathers (2009)
  • Fly, Penguin (2009)
  • Frozen Flower (2008, cameo)
  • Lost and Found (2008)
  • Spare (2008, voice)
  • The Guard Post (2007)
  • My New Partner (2007)
  • Last Present (2007)
  • Gangster High (2006)
  • Les Formidables (2006)
  • A Dirty Carnival (2006)
  • Running Wild (2005)
  • My Brother (2004)
  • Once Upon A Time In High School (2004)

Drama Series

  • Entourage (2016) – Kim Eun-Gab
  • Signal (2016) – Lee Jae-Han
  • Beyond the Clouds (2014) – Park Gang-Jae
  • Tree With Deep Roots (2011) – Moo-Hyul
  • My Love, My Family (2011) – Kim Chul-Soo
  • Flames of Desire (2010-2011) – Kang Joon-Kyu
  • A Man Called God (2010)
  • The Slave Hunters (2010)
  • Hot Blood (2009) – Sun-Kil
  • My too Perfect Sons (2009) – Brutus Lee
  • Don’t Ask Me About the Past (2008)

Awards

  • tvN10 Awards – October 9, 2016
    • (Individual) Grand Prize | Daesang (Signal)
  • 2016 (5th) APAN Star Awards – October 2, 2016
    • Best Actor (mini series) (Signal)
  • 2015 (51st) BaekSang Arts Awards – May 26, 2015
    • Best Actor (A Hard Day)
  • 2014 (35th) Blue Dragon Film Awards – Dec. 17, 2014
    • Best Supporting Actor (A Hard Day)

Cho Jin-woong in Epic Show, Running Man

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In Episode 217 of Running Man, Cho Jin-woong appeared as one of the guests among two others. What makes this episode entertaining is when the fixed members of the Running Man team, such as, Kwang-soo, Ji-hyo, Gary, and Jae-suk, got some schooling from Cho Jin-woong. Especially when Kwang-soo was being a traitor again, Cho Jin-woong taught him with no hesitation. Because of this, Lee Kwang-soo aired out his frustration on their guest and said, “Is he some kind of teacher?” and made everyone laugh.

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