Ha Jung-woo’s Profile: Age, Height, Father, Family, and Movies List

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Ha Jung-woo, the Korean Actor

Playing in several theater shows in the late 00s before making his official debut on television, Ha Jung Woo is presently known as a talented actor who is respected for taking multifaceted characters in his acting projects, be it films or dramas, and participating as the director, scriptwriter, and producer for his own creative projects. Notable awards such as Best New Actor at the 25th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards in 2005, Best Actor at the 16th Chunsa Film Art Awards in 2007, Producer’s Choice Award at the 16th Puchon International Award in 2011, and Most Promising Talent at the 9th Osaka Asian Film Festival are the proof of how Ha Jung Woo has to be considered one of the greatest actors in South Korea. Thus, in this article, Channel-Korea will explain to you all about Ha Jung Woo, starting from his personal profile, his movies and drama list, his father., his wife, and his painting works. So, stay tuned!

Ha Jung-woo’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Kim Sung Hoon

Stage Name: Ha Jung Woo

Date of Birth: Seoul, South Korea, 11 March 1978

Occupation: Actor, screenwriter, film director, film producer, and painter

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

Zodiac Sign: Pisces

Chinese Astrology: Horse

Nationality: South Korean

Height: 184 cm

Education: Chung Ang University, School of Performing Arts and Media, majoring in Department of Theater

Siblings: 1 (younger brother actor Kim Young Hoon, otherwise known as Cha Hyun Woo)

Talent agency: Fantagio (2002-2016) and Artist Company (2017-present)

List of Ha Jung-woo’s TV Shows and Movies

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As was explained previously, Ha Jung Woo is popular for his versatile roles as he has starred in a dozen different genres in every project, mostly movies, that he partook in. Not only in films and television dramas, Ha Jung Woo starred in music videos and theater shows as well, proving his worth as an actor who is able to act in every kind of cinematic work. Thus, in this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of television series, movies, theater show, and music videos that Ha Jung Woo has acted in.

2000 – Be Strong, Geum-soon! (Theater show)

2001 – Carmen (Theater show)

2001 – The Good Doctor (Theater show)

2002 – The Glass Menagerie (Theater show)

2002 – Waiting for Godot (Theater show)

2002 – SBS Honest Living (as Ha Jung-woo)

2003 – Madeleine (as Joon-ho)

2003 – Othello (Theater show)

2003-2004 – KBS Age of Warriors (as Lee Ji-kwang)

2004 – Superstar Mr. Gam (as Kim Yoo-weol)

2005 – SBS Lovers in Prague (as Ahn Dong-nam)

2005 – She’s on Duty (as Detective Jo)

2005 – The Unforgiven (as Yoo Tae-jeong)

2006 – Time (as Ji-woo)

2006 – The Fox Family (as Son fox)

2007 – MBC H.I.T (as Kim Jae-yoon)

2007 – Never Forever (as Kim Ji-ha)

2007 – Breath (as Yeon’s husband)

2007 – Model of Big Mama’s Betrayal Music Video

2008 – Forever the Moment (as Blind date man)

2008 – The Chaser (as Je Yeong-min)

2008 – Beastie Boys (as Jae-hyun)

2008 – Our School’s E.T.(as Handsome Doctor)

2008 – My Dear Enemy (as Jo Byung-woon)

2008 – Like You Know It All (as Sculptor or Cheon-soo’s neighbor)

2009 – Boat (as Hyung-gu)

2009 – Take Off (as Cha Heon-tae or Bob)

2010 – Parallel Life (as Jang Soo-young)

2010 – The Yellow Sea (as Gu-nam)

2011 – Come Rain, Come Shine (as Other man)

2011 – The Client (as Kang Sung-hee)

2011 – Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time (as Choi Hyung-bae)

2012 – Love Fiction (as Goo Joo-wol or Detective Ma Dong-wook)

2012 – 577 Project (as Himself)

2012 – Behind the Camera (as Himself)

2013 – Fasten Your Seatbelt (as Director and Screenwriter of the film)

2013 – The Berlin File (as Pyo Jong-seong)

2013 – The Terror Live (as Yoon Young-hwa)

2014 – Kundo: Age of the Rampant (as Dolmuchi or Dolchi)

2015 – Chronicle of a Blood Merchant (as Director, Producer, and Screenwriter of the film)

2015 – Assasination (as Hawaii Pistol)

2015 – Chronicle of a Blood Merchant (as Heo Sam-gwan)

2016 – The Handmaiden (as Count Fuijiwara)

2016 – The Tunnel (as Jung-soo)

2016 – tvN Entourage (Cameo on episode 1 as Himself)

2017 – Single Rider (as Producer of the film)

2017 – Suh Suh Pyoung, Slowly and Peacefully (as Narrator)

2017 – Along With the Gods: The Two Worlds (as Gang-rim)

2017 – 1987: When the Day Comes Take Point (as Ahab)

2018 – Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days (as Gang-rim)