Choi Dae-chul Profile: Age, Height, Wife, and Family

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Choi Dae-chul, the Korean Actor

Having started his acting career as a musical actor in 2004, Choi Dae-chul is mostly known for his supporting roles on popular dramas, such as “Who Are You” in 2015, “Love in the Moonlight” in 2016, “Our Gab Soon” in 2016 to 2017, and “Jugglers” in 2017. Although he has not received an award for his skill, Choi Dae-chul’s lengthy experience has certainly made him an actor whose face is familiar to the viewers of K-Drama. Thus, in this article, Channel-Korea will explain to you all about Choi Dae-chul, starting with his full profile, his family, and a list of his movies, television shows, and theatre shows. So, stay tuned!

Choi Dae-chul’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Choi Won-chul

Stage Name: Choi Dae-chul

Date of Birth: South Korea, 16 October 1978

Age: 41 (Korean age) / 40 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Libra

Chinese Astrology: Horse

Nationality: South Korean

Height: 181 cm

Weight: 72 kg

Blood type: A

Education: Hanyang University, majoring in Department of Dance

Agency: GG Entertainment

Choi Dae-chul’s Family

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Apparently, Choi Dae-chul married a woman named Choi Yoon-gyeong in 2006. In addition, Choi Dae-chul and his wife have two children, who complete their little family.

List of Choi Dae-chul’s Movies and TV Shows

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As was explained at the beginning of this article, Choi Dae-chul has starred in many kinds of supporting roles in dramas and movies, whereas in the theatre, he occasionally portrays the main character of plays. Here you may check out a list of films, television series, and theatre shows that Choi Dae-chul has been featured in!

2004 – Don Giovanni

2004 – The Last Empress (as Hong Gye-hun)

2004 – Hard Rock Cafe

2004 – Bastard, Bastard, Bastard

2005 – Go! Waikiki Brothers

2007 – Innocent Steps (as Young-sae)

2007 – Audition

2008 – Manhwabang Misugi (as Kim Jin-soo)

2008 – Xanadu (as Terspischore)

2008 – Missing

2009 – Dracula, the Musical (as Dracula / Jonathan Harker)

2009 – The Prince and the Pauper

2010 – All That Jazz (as Yoo Tae-min)

2010 – I’ll Marry in May (as Multi-man)

2010 – The Great Catsby (as Houndu)

2011 – If I Am with You (as Father)

2011 – On Air Chocolate (as Alex)

2011 – KBS1 Gwanggaeto, The Great Conqueror (as So Ah-chun)

2011 – KBS2 Drama Special Season 2: Princess Hwapyung’s Weight Loss (as Baek Mo-jin)

2011 – KBS2 Drama Special: Our Happy Days of Youth

2011 – KBS2 Drama Special: Jihoo, Born in 1982

2012 – Pinkie Finger (as Lee Yong-ho)

2012 – More Chocolate (as PD Kang Chul-han)

2012 – KBS2 The Bridal Mask (as Reporter Song)

2012 – Don’t Cry Mommy (as Yoo-lim’s ex-husband)

2013 – KBS2 Wang’s Family (as Wang Don)

2014 – Five Course Love

2014 – Room of Hobbies (as Akio Mizusawa)

2014 – tvN Rude Miss Young-ae Season 13 (as Cameo)

2014 – MBC Jang Bo-ri is Here! (as Kang Nae-chun)

2014 – MBC Fated to Love You (as Manager Tak)

2014 – tvN Marriage, Not Dating (as Hoon-dong’s friend)

2014 – MBC Drama Festival: House Mate (as Dae-cheol)

2014 – KBS1 You Are the Only One(as Noh Yeong-gi)

2014 – KBS2 Drama Special The Tale of the Bookworm / The Search for Battle (as Guru Lee)

2015 – KBS2 Drama Special: The Final Puzzle (as Min-chul)

2015 – tvN  Super Daddy Yeol (as Yeol’s friend)

2015 – SBS The Time That I Loved You, 7000 Days / The Time We Were Not in Love (as Mr. Yoon (Seo-hoo’s manager))

2015 – MBC My Daughter, Geum Sa Wol (as Im Shi-ro (Hong-do’s husband))

2015 – KBS1 My Home’s Honey Jar / Sweet Home, Sweet Honey (as Lee Bae-dal

2015 – tvN Awl (as Mr. Kim (Garbage truck driver) on episode 2)

2015 – KBS2 Who Are You: School 2015 (as Swimming team coach)

2015 – KBS1 Snowy Road (as Bar Owner)

2016 – Hiya (as Gong Chang-bong)

2016 – KBS2 Baek Hee Has Returned (as Cha Jong-myeong)

2016 – KBS2 Love in the Moonlight / Moonlight Drawn by Clouds (as Eunuch Ma Jong-ja)

2016-2017 – SBS Our Gab Soon (as Jo Geum-shik)

2017 – tvN Sensitive Boss / Introverted Boss (as Restaurant management on episode 4)

2017 – MBC Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People (as Prince Pyung Sung)

2017 – SBS Band of Sisters / Sister is Alive (as Taxi Driver on epsisode 11 and 12)

2017 – KBS2 The Secret of My Love

2017 – tvN Revolutionary Love

2017 – OCN Meloholic (as Kim Joo-seung)

2017-2018 – KBS2 Jugglers (as Director Bong Jang-woo “Dimwit”)