Jang Yong: Full Profile and Facts

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The Korean Actor, Jang Yong

Stepping into the world of showbiz in 1971, Jang Yong is deemed to be one of the veteran actors of South Korea. Jang Yong’s status as an experienced actor has been proven as he has received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his acting in the Drama Our Gab Soon on SAF, at the SBS Drama Awards in 2016. In addition, Jang Yong has starred in popular Dramas as the elder family character of the heroes and heroines’ story, such as in Full House, You Are My Destiny, Miss Korea, Miss Ripley, and Our Gab Soon. In this article, Channel-Korea will explain all about Jang Yong, including his full profile and a list of his television dramas and movies. So, keep reading!

Jang Yong’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Jang Yong

Date of Birth: Seoul, South Korea, 8 April 1945

Age: 74 (Korean age) / 73 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Aries

Chinese Astrology: Rooster

Nationality: South Korean

Height: 168 cm

Education: Seoul Institute of the Arts, Hanyang University with a major in the Department of Theater and Film

Children: 2 (a son and a daughter)

Jang Yong’s TV Show and Movie List

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As has been explained in brief, Jang Yong is a veteran actor who is experienced in taking roles in television series and movies. He has starred in more than 30 Dramas, many of them successful and explosively popular in South Korea and overseas, proving that Jang Yong still has what it takes to be a skilful actor. In this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of television series and movies that Jang Yong has starred in.

1974 – TBC Prime Minister Kim Hong-jip

1975 – TBC Sleuth

1981 – KBS2 Maechon Yarok

1981 – KBS2 I’m In Love Right Now

1983 – KBS1 Established

1983 – KBS2 Sleuth

1984 – KBS1 Daughter’s Smile

1984 – KBS1 When Spring Comes

1984 – KBS1 Daughter I Like More

1985 – KBS2 Criminal

1986 – KBS2 Separation Then Love

1986 – KBS2 Honey, I’m Sorry

1987 – KBS2 TV Literature: Sansan Station

1987 – KBS2 TV Literature: The Art of War

1989 – KBS1 Carousel

1990 – KBS2 While You Were Dreaming

1992 – SBS It Is a Good Match

1993 – KBS2 Drama Game: Always Like a Movie

1993 – KBS2 Drama Game: Outing of Forty Two

1994 – SBS Goodbye

1994 – EBS Blue Heart Always

1995 – KBS2 West Palace

1995 – MBC Best Theater Hospice Ahjumma

1995 – KBS1 String

1995 – KBS2 Men of Bath House

1996 – KBS2 Love Blooming in the Classroom II

1996 – EBS Emotion Generation

1997 – KBS2 Between The Love

1997 – MBC The Reason I Live

1997 – SBS 70-Minute Drama Professor and Masseur

1997 – SBS Because I Love You

1997 – Threesome

1998 – SBS Romance

1998 – KBS2 Crush

1998 – MBC See and See Again

1999 – KBS2 Ad Madness

1999 – KBS2 Love In 3 Colors

1999 – MBC You Don’t Know My Mind

2000 – MBC Truth

2000 – KBS2 The Full Sun

2001 – KBS2 Flower Garden

2001 – SBS Well Known Woman

2001 – KBS1 This is Love

2001 – Indian Summer

2002 – MBC Sunlight Upon Me

2002 – MBC Hyun-jung, I Love You

2002 – SBS Like a Flowing River

2002 – MBC Trio

2002 – Saving My Hubby

2003 – KBS1 Yellow Handkerchief

2003 – MBC Rooftop Room Cat / Cat on the Roof

2003 – SBS Perfect Love

2003 – MBC Dami

2003 – SBS A Problem at My Younger Brother’s House (as Park Chun-bo)

2004 – KBS2 More Beautiful Than a Flower

2004 – KBS2 Terms of Endearment (as Na Min-deuk)

2004 – KBS2 Full House (as Young-jae’s father)

2004 – KBS2 Oh Feel Young / Oh! Phil Seung Boong Soon Young (as Mr. Lee)

2004 – MBC Tropical Nights in December / December Fever

2005 – KBS2 My Rosy Life / War of Roses (as Mr. Maeng)

2005 – KBS2 A Farewell to Sorrow

2005 – MBC Be Strong, Geum-soon!

2005 – SBS Spring Days (as Ko Hyeong-jin)

2006 – MBC Miracle

2006 – MBC Love Truly

2006  – KBS2 Goodbye Solo (as Ki Joo-mi)

2007 – MBC Auction House

2007 – MBC Winter Bird

2007 – MBC Air City (as Lee Jae-moo)

2007 – SBS Dear Lover

2007 – MBC Thank You (as Cameo)

2007 – KBS2 A Happy Woman

2008 – MBC My Life’s Golden Age

2008 – MBC All About My Family

2008 – KBS2 You Are My Destiny (as Kim Dae-jin)

2009 – SBS Cain and Abel (as Lee Jong-min)

2009 – KBS1 The Road Home (as Yoo Yong-joon)

2010 – KBS2 Please Marry Me

2010 – SBS Three Sisters (as Kim Won-tae)

2010 – MBC Pasta (as Seo Jong-goo)

2011 – KBS2 The Thorn Birds (as Cameo)

2011 – MBC Twinkle Twinkle (as Han Ji-woong)

2011 – SBS Paradise Ranch (as Han Seok-sang)

2011 – MBC Miss Ripley (as Song In-soo)

2011 – KBS2 Poseidon (as Yoo Young-gook)

2011 – jTBC Insu, The Queen Mother (as Han Hwak)

2012 – KBS2 My Husband Got a Family (as Bang Jang-soo)

2012 – MBC Golden Time (as Kang Dae-je, Jae-in’s grandfather)

2012 – SBS My Lover, Madame Butterfly (as Kim Byung-ho)

2013 – KBS2 Ad Genius Lee Tae-baek (as BK Company President, Baek)

2013-2014 – KBS2 Wang’s Family (as Wang Bong)

2013 – MBC Miss Korea (as Oh Joong-ko)

2015 – MBC Queen’s Flower / Flower of the Queen (as Park Tae-soo)

2016 – KBS2 Five Enough (as Lee Shin-wook)

2016-2017 – SBS Our Gap-soon (as Shin Joong-nyeon)

2017 – tvN Avengers Social Club (as Lee Jae-kook)

2018 – MBC Let’s Look at the Sunset Holding Hands / Let’s Hold Hands Tightly and Watch The Sunset (as Nam Jin-tae)