All About Korean Actor Gi Ju-bong

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Gi Ju-bong, the Korean Actor

Having debuted in the industry of cinema in the late 1970s, Gi Ju-bong has played various roles in many cinematic productions, namely television dramas, movies, and theatre shows. Although has not won an award regarding acting, Gi Ju-bong was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in the 17th Buil Film Awards and 45th Grand Bell Awards in 2008, proving that he always delivers excellent performances. Thus, in this article, Channel-Korea will explain to you everything about Gi Ju-bong which includes his personal profile and the list of his dramas, movies, and theatre performance. So, keep reading!

Gi Ju-bong’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Gi Ju-bong

Date of Birth: Seoul, South Korea, 3 September 1955

Age: 64 (Korean age) / 63 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Virgo

Chinese Astrology: Sheep

Nationality: South Korean

Education: Sorabol College of Arts, majoring in the Department of Theater

Siblings 1 (brother named Gi Guk-seo)

Talent Agency: PK Entertainment

Gi Ju-bong’s List of Dramas, Movies, and Theater

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As was explained at the beginning of this article, Gi Ju-bong is considered a veteran actor who has often been cast in supporting roles in countless television dramas, movies, and theatre shows throughout his career. Thus, in this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of the television series that Gi Ju-bong has performed in.

1978 – Theatre Show Krapp’s Last Tape

1979 – Theatre Show Offending the Audience

1979 – Theatre Show Danton’s Death

1979 – Theatre Show Master Harold and the Boys

1979 – Theatre Show Woza Albert!

1979 – Theatre Show Hamlet

1979 – Theatre Show The Balcony

1979 – Theatre Show Cheongbu

1979 – Theatre Show King Lear

1979 – Theatre Show Theresa’s Dream

1979 – Theatre Show지피족

1979 – Theatre Show Death of a Salesman

1979 – Theatre Show Try Lying to Me

1979 – Theatre Show Jeongseon Arirang Changgeuk / The Sound of the Gods

1981 – Children Of Darkness Part 1, Young-ae The Songstress (as Hyun-bae)

1981 – Geniuses With The Grade F (as Lee Gwan-doo / Kant)

1982 – Come Unto Down (as Friend 1)

1983 – Human Market, Small Devil – An Autobiography of a Twenty two year old

1988 – Sunshine at Present (as Friend)

1991 – Who Saw the Dragon Claws? / Who Saw the Dragon’s Toenail?

1992 – Myeongja, Akiko, Sonya

1995 – My Old Sweetheart

1998 – Timeless Bottomless Bad Movie (as Traveling Performer)

1998 – The Quiet Family (as Lonely Man)

1999 – Short Film Judgement (as Morgue Employee)

1999 – A Great Chinese Restaurant (as Man in his forties)

1999 – Nowhere to Hide (as Chief of Criminal Unit)

2000 – Kilimanjaro (as Suit)

2000 – Flying Warriors (as Kwakjung)

2000 – Die Bad (Cameo as Auto Repair Boss)

2000 – Joint Security Area (as General Pyo)

2000 – Asako in Ruby Shoes (as Lee Woo-in’s brother-in-law)

2000 – Short Film Red Heart (as Park Je-myung)

2000 – Short Film A Woman Off Her Uniform (as Man)

2001 – Bungee Jumping of Their Own (as Director of Student Affairs)

2001 – Friend (as Mustache)

2001 – Sorum (as Writer Lee)

2001 – Say Yes (as Manager)

2001 – My Boss, My Hero (as Sang Chun-man)

2001 – Short Film Driving Mrs. Park

2001 – Chow Yun-fat Boy Meets Brownie Girl (as Yong-baek)

2002 – Public Enemy (as Song Haeng-ki)

2002 – Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (as Driver Pang)

2002 – Bride Wooryung

2002 – Boss X-File (as Ganbu Prosecutor)

2002 – Baby Alone (as Du-chil / Yang Geun)

2002 – Saving My Hubby (as Han Joo-tae’s father)

2002 – Sex Is Zero (as Obgyn Doctor)

2002 – Short Film Every Angel Dreams of Being a Janitor (as Shoe Shiner)

2003 – Dying Puppy (as Truck Driver)

2003 – The First Amendment of Korea (Cameo as Commisioner Byun)

2003 – Short Film Taxidriver Catches Taxi (as Taxi Driver Park Dong-sik)

2003 – Save the Green Planet! (as Squad Leader Lee)

2003 – Tube (as Jungbu Chief of Police)

2003 – Wild Card (as Squad Leader Kim)

2003 – Wonderful Days (as Noah)

2003 – Sword in the Moon (as Officer Jang)

2003 – Into the Mirror (as Jeong Il-sung)

2003 – The Crescent Moon (as Uncle)

2003 – SBS All In (as Bae Sang-doo)

2003 – KBS2 Drama City: The Reason I Want to Get Married (as Hagwon Administrator)

2003 – MBC Good Person (as Detective Park)

2004 – Mokpo the Harbor / Mokpo, Gangster’s Paradise (Cameo as Jo Tae-beom)

2004 – Mr. Hong / Mr. Handy (as Chairman Yoon)

2004 – Foolish Game (as Director Kim)

2004 – Liar (as Lietenant Detective)

2004 – Clementine (as Hwang Jong-chul)

2004 – Short Film Our Teatime

2004 – Short Film A Happy Day

2004 – Dead Friend (as Detective)

2004 – R-Point (as Captain Park)

2004 – KBS1 Immortal Admiral Yi Sun Shin (as Yoon Hwan-shi)

2004 – KBS2 Drama City: Mr.Camel’s Disappearance (as Father)

2005 – KBS2 Rebirth / Resurrection (as Jung Sang-kuk)

2005 – Crying Fist (as Sang-hwan’s father)

2005 – Never Belongs to Me (Cameo as Catholic Priest)

2005-2006 – MBC Sweet Spy (as Bodyguard)

2006 – SBS Alone in Love (as Lee Dae-hoon)

2006 – The Romance (Squad Leader Hwang)

2006 – Ad-Lib Night (as Myung-eun’s father)

2006 – Pruning the Grapevine (as Father Moon)

2007 – MBC Merry Mary (as Hwang Do-chul)

2007 – SBS Lobbyist (as Park Joon-gil)

2007 – Super Action KPSI: Season 1 (as Team Leader Park Won-oh)

2007 – KBS2 Drama City: In the Name of the Father (as Gap-soo)

2008 – Night and Day (as Teacher Jang)

2008 – His Last Gift (Cameo as Section Chief)

2008 – Viva Love! (as Mr. Ha (father))

2008 – My Dear Enemy (Cameo as Sa-hon’s biker friend)

2008 – Heartbreak Library (as Hong-soo)

2008 – MBC Get Up (as Dean of Student Affairs)

2008 – MBC Who Are You? (as Cha Chul-soo)

2008 – MBC Night After Night (as No Jung-pil)

2008 – Super Action KPSI: Season 2 (as Team Leader Park Won-oh)

2009 – KBS2 The Partner (as Ji Nam-cheol)

2009 – Where is Ronny (Cameo as Choong-sik)

2009 – Short Film Mom’s Vacation

2009 – Lifting King Kong (Cameo as Former National Weightlifting Coach, Director Baek)

2010 – HaHaHa (as Boss of TongYeong’s Local History Museum)

2010 – Vegetarian (as Ji-hye’s father)

2010 – Good Night Sleep For the Bad (Cameo as Pornography Buyer)

2010 – SBS You Don’t Know Women (as President Park)

2010 –  Theatre Show사나이 와타나베… 완전히 삐지 (as Watanabe)

2011 – The Day He Arrives (as Producer)

2011 – MBC Heartstrings (as University President)

2011 – MBC Me Too, Flower! (as Policeman)

2011 – KBS2 Drama Special: Men Cry

2012-2013 – tvN Glass Mask (as Shin Gi-tae)

2012-2013 – Theatre Show Letters to My Parents (as Bong-gu)

2012 – KBS2 Drama Special: Do You Know Taekwondo? (as Teacher Lim)

2012 – Iron Bag Mr. Woo Soo (as Wang, the Chinese Restaurant Owner)

2012 – KBS Drama Special: Romance on a Railway / Mellow in May (as Train Engineer / Lee Ki-kwan)

2013 – Nobody’s Daughter Hae Won (as Mountain Climber)

2013 – Dear Dolphin (as Dolphin Trainer)

2013 – Montage (as Ear Doctor Han)

2013 – Hide and Seek (Cameo as Sung-soo’s stepfather)

2013 – Norigae (as Hyeon Sung-bong)

2013 – Rough Play (Cameo as Theater Director)

2013 – Steel Cold Winter (Cameo as Young-jun’s father)

2013 – Friend, The Great Legacy (as Hyung-doo)

2013 – The Suspect (as Coroner)

2014 – Apostle (Cameo as Executive of Security Department)

2014 – Haemoo (as Fishing Vessel Owner)

2014 – Hill of Freedom (as Byung-joo)

2014 – A Hard Day (Cameo as Company President Kim)

2014 – KBS2 Golden Cross (as Jung Gyu-jik)

2014 – OCN Reset (as Department Head Choi)

2015 – tvN The Superman Age (as Director)

2015 – Empire of Lust (as Jo Joon)

2015 – The Deal (as Chief Choi)

2015 – Coin Locker Girl (Cameo as Man In Suit (Visiting Mother))

2015 – The Threacherous (as Butcher Kim)

2015 – Right Now, Wrong Then (as Kim Won-ho)

2015 – Office (as Detectiive Squad Chief)

2015 – Theatre Show Song of Water (as Watanabe)

2015 – KBS2 The Producers (as Park Choon-bong)

2015 – KBS2 Drama Special: Stay Still (as Kim Jong-sub)

2016 – MBC Lucky Romance (as Je Mool-po)

2016 – Hiya

2016 – Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River (as Yeogak Owner)

2017 – Misbehavior (as Jae-ha’s father)

2017 – The Battleship Island (as Ahn)

2017 – The End of April (as Real Estate Office Boss)

2017 – Merry Christmas Mr. Mo (as Mo Geum-san)

2018 – Grass (as Chang-soo)