Jang Ki-bum: Full Profile and Facts

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The Korean Actor Jang Ki-bum

Starting his career in the cinema industry in 2002, Jang Ki-bum has tried a variety of roles in television series and films. He has been nominated once for Best New Actor for his role in the film Glove for the 48th Grand Bell Awards in 2011. Jang Ki-bum has proven that his worth exceeds other regular Korean actors. In this article, Channel-Korea will explain all about Jang Ki-bum, including his full profile and a list of his films, dramas, and music video. So, stay tuned!

Jang Ki-bum’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Jang Ki-bum

Date of Birth: May 22, 1990, in Seoul, South Korea

Age: 29 (Korean age) / 28 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Gemini

Chinese Astrology: Horse

Nationality: South Korean

Height: 180 cm

Weight: 70 kg

Blood Type: O

Education: Dankook University, Majoring in Theater and Film

Talent Agency: Humane Entertainment

Jang Ki-bum’s TV Shows and Movies

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As explained previously, Jang Ki-bum has starred in dramas and films since 2002, either as the supporting role or as the main role. In each of his projects, Jang Ki-bum always does his best and establishes his reputation as an actor. In this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of movies, television series, and music video that Jang Ki-bum has acted in.

2002 – KBS2’s Zoo People

2002 – KBS2’s Beautiful May (as Kang Woo-hyun)

2002 – KBS2’s Devil’s Temptation

2003 – KBS2’s The Bicycle Thief

2003 – EBS’s Girls’ Summer Vacation

2003 – EBS’s Curse of the Mask (as Hwang Jin-wook)

2003 – EBS’s Kkangsooni (as Min Joon-hee)

2004 – EBS’s There’s Light at the Tip of My Fingernail

2004 – MBC’s The Age of Heroes

2004 – SBS’s Love and Ambition

2005 – Diary of June (as Nobleman)

2006 – EBS’s Jump 2

2006 – EBS’s Secret Campus (as Jang Ki-bum)

2007 – SBS’s My Husband’s Woman (as Heo Joon-goo)

2008 – KBS2’s Jungle Fish (as Han Dong-hee)

2008 – Music video for Yuri’s “Oh Heart, Please”

2009 – The Righteous Thief (as Hong Chan-hyeok)

2011 – Glove (as Cha Myeong-jae)