Full Profile of Korean Actor Eun Won-jae

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The Korean Actor Eun Won-jae

After debuting in the cinema industry at the young age of 6, Eun Won-jae has played various roles in television dramas and films. Despite not having won any awards for his acting, Eun Won-jae has been nominated for Best Young Actor for his performance on Spring Waltz on KBS Drama Awards in 2006 and Best New Actor for his performance on the movie Hansel and Gretel on 7th Korean Film Awards in 2008. Though he didn’t win, this proves he has excellent acting skills. Thus, in this article, Channel-Korea will explain all about Eun Won-jae, including his personal profile and a list of his dramas and movies. So, keep reading!

Eun Won-jae’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Eun Won-jae

Date of Birth: July 21, 1994, in Seoul, South Korea

Age: 25 (Korean age) / 24 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Cancer

Chinese Astrology: Dog

Nationality: South Korean

Siblings 1 (younger sister named Eun Seo-woo)

Twitter: @Eunwonjae

Eun Won-jae’s Drama and Movie List

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As mentioned previously at the beginning of this article, Eun Won-jae is a young actor who has often become the supporting cast for several television dramas and films throughout his career. Thus, in this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of the television series and movies that Eun Won-jae has acted in.

2001 – SBS’s Outing

2002 – KBS’s Drama City: Very Special Companion

2002 – Marrying the Mafia (as Jang Young-min)

2002 – 2009 Lost Memories

2003 – Natural City (as Yang)

2004 – KBS2’s Oolla Boolla Blue-jjang (as Woo Joo-seon, the prince nicknamed The Black Stone)

2005 –SBS’s Fashion 70’s (as the young version of Jang-bin)

2006 – Maundy Thursday (as the young version of Jung Yoon-soo)

2006 – KBS2’s Spring Waltz

2006-2007 – Yeon Gae So Mun (as Yeon Gae So Mun)

2007 – Hansel and Gretel (as Kim Man-bok)

2012 – KBS2’s Sent from Heaven / I Need a Fairy (as Shin Joo-seok)