Close Up With Choi Jung-woo (Profile, Wife, Drama and Movies)

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Choi Jung-woo is a South Korean actor who was born on May 17, 1958. He has been active in his career in both TV dramas and movies since the early 90s. He began his acting career in theater, then became active as a supporting actor in film and television, notably in the sitcom Standby and the procedural Dramas “God’s Quiz” and “Dr. Frost”.

Perhaps some of you already know actor Jung-woo from his Dramas such as “Doctor Stranger”, where he played a role with actor Lee Jong-suk; “Master’s Sun”, “I Have a Lover” and many more.

Choi Jung-woo’s Full Profile

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Name : Choi Jung Woo (최정우)
Date of Birth : May 17, 1958
Place of Birth : South Korea
Age: 59
Height : 175 cm
Weight : 70 kg
Horoscope : Taurus
Agency : GEP Entertainment (Korea)

Choi Jung-woo’s Movies and Tv Shows

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Movies

  • V.I.P. (2017) – Police Executive
  • Deranged (2012) – Minister of Ministry of Health
  • No Doubt (2010) – Sung-Sik’s father
  • The Secret Reunion (2010) – National Intelligence Deputy
  • Sky and Ocean (2009) – Jung-Hwan
  • The Pot (2009) – Park (Elder of Church)
  • Marine Boy (2009) – poker player
  • The Chaser (2008) – flag bearer
  • Girl Scout (2008) – Section Chief Han
  • Like Father, Like Son (2008) – Young-Gyoo
  • Living Together, Happy Together (2008)
  • Our Town (2007) – Detectie Gu
  • Big Bang (2007) – Section Chief Detective
  • Soo (2007) – Lead Detective in Team 2
  • Like a Virgin (2006) – co. president
  • Maundy Thursday (2006) – uncle (mother’s side)
  • Arang (2006) – coroner
  • Hanbando (2006) – Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Another Public Enemy (2005) – Rep. Kim
  • Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005) – Dong-Hwa’s father
  • Dance with the Wind (2005)
  • Lover’s Concerto (2002) – Soo-In’s father
  • Three (2002)
  • Yellow Hair 2 (2001)
  • Raybang (2001)
  • Indian Summer (2001)
  • 7 Reasons Why Beer Is Better Than a Lover (1996)
  • Two Cops 2 (1996)

TV Shows and Drama List

  • Shall We Live Together (KBS2, 2018)
  • Nothing to Lose (SBS, 2017)
  • Unique Daughters-in-Law (MBC, 2017)
  • The Legend of the Blue Sea (SBS, 2016)
  • Goodbye Mr. Black (MBC, 2016)
  • Five Children (KBS2, 2016)
  • I Have a Lover (SBS, 2015)
  • Hidden Identity (tvN ,2015)
  • Unkind Women (KBS2, 2015)
  • Iron Lady Cha (MBC, 2015)
  • Dr. Frost (OCN, 2014)
  • My Secret Hotel (tvN, 2014)
  • Doctor Stranger (SBS, 2014)
  • Will You Love and Give It Away? (MBC, 2013)
  • The Master’s Sun (SBS, 2013)
  • She is WOW (tvN, 2013)
  • Advertising Genius Lee Tae Baek (KBS2, 2013)
  • My Daughter Seo Yeong (KBS2, 2012)
  • Ghost (SBS, 2012)
  • God’s Quiz 3 (OCN, 2012)
  • Standby (MBC, 2012)
  • Late Night Hospital (MBC, 2011)
  • Poseidon (KBS2, 2011)
  • God’s Quiz 2 (OCN, 2011)
  • City Hunter (SBS, 2011)
  • 49 Days (SBS, 2011)
  • Midas (SBS, 2011)
  • Queen of Reversals (MBC, 2010)
  • God’s Quiz (OCN, 2010)
  • Reason (KBS2, 2010)
  • Running (MBC, 2010)
  • Prosecutor Princess (SBS, 2010)
  • Hero (MBC, 2009)
  • Shining Inheritance (SBS, 2009)
  • Strongest Chil Woo (KBS2, 2008)
  • Yi San (SBS, 2007) Cameo
  • Yeon Gae Somun (SBS, 2006)
  • Alone in Love (SBS, 2006)

TV Movies

  • Drama Special : Reason (KBS 2010)

Awards

  • Seoul Theater Festival | Grand Prize [Daesang] (1990)
  • 36th Dong-A Theater Awards | Best Actor (1999)

Choi Jung-woo’s Personal Life [Wife]

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No one really knows about Choi Jung-Woo’s personal life, especially his married life. One concrete fact about his life is that he doesn’t have any children. He said he doesn’t want to have a children. Looking at his age maybe that’s the right thing to do, but who knows?