Get Closer With Jo Jung-suk (Profile, Girlfriend, Drama List, Movies, Ideal Type, and Plastic Surgery)

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Jo Jung-suk, the Korean Actor

Sacrificing his college study to debut as a musical actor due to his family’s financial crisis, Jo Jung-suk is currently known as the 30s South Korean actor whose acting skills cannot be underestimated by the viewers. His strong presence was already assured, even when he was still taking supporting roles, be it in television series, films, or musical theater shows which have been the medium he has grown in as an actor. The achievements of Jo Jung-su  include notable awards such as Best New Actor at the 4th Korea Musical Awards in 2008, New Icon at the 5th Style Icon Awards in 2012, Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama at the KBS Drama Awards in 2013, and a Cultural Minister Award at the 7th Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards, which confirm his ability to take the fictional characters written by the scriptwriter and turn them into solid characters with whom the viewers are able to relate. In this article, Channel-Korea will explain to you all about Jo Jung-suk, including his full profile; a list of his television dramas, movies, theater shows, and variety shows; his songs list; his ideal type; his supposed wife and girlfriend; his plastic surgery; and his fashion sense. So, keep reading!

Jo Jung-suk’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Jo Jung Suk

Date of Birth: Seoul, South Korea, 26 December 1980

Age: 39 (Korean age) / 38 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

Chinese Astrology: Monkey

Nationality: South Korean

Height: 175 cm

Weight: 64 kg

Blood Type: B

Education: Seoul Institute of the Arts, with a major in Department of Theater (dropped out)

Siblings: 3 (one older sister and two older brothers)

Talent Agency: Culture Depot Co., Ltd, JS Company

List of Jo Jung-suk’s Dramas, Movies, and TV Shows

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As was explained previously, Jo Jung-suk worked his way up from the bottom by participating in musical theater and accepting roles as supporting characters. Soon after he started working, he was mostly known as a musical actor (one of his famous works is Hedwig). Then, in 2011 he ventured into the television world by starring in MBN’s drama What’s Up, while his popularity skyrocketed thanks to Architecture 101 and The King 2 Hearts, earning him offers to star in other dramas, films, and product commercials. In this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of television series, films, theater shows, and variety shows that Jo Jung-suk has starred in.

2004 – Theater Show The Nutcracker

2005 – Theater Show Nunsense A-Men (as Sister Mary Leo)

2005-2006 – Theater Show Grease (as Roger)

2005-2006 – Theater Show Kingdom of the Wind (as Ho-dong)

2006 – Theater Show Le Passe-Muraille (as Newsvendor)

2006 – Theater Show You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Main Role as Charlie Brown)

2006-2007 – Theater Show Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Main Role as Hedwig)

2007 – Theater Show All Shook Up (as Chad)

2007 – Theater Show First Love (as Hae-soo)

2007 – Theater Show Pump Boys and Dinettes (as Jim)

2007-2008 – Theater Show Le Passe Muraille (as Newsvendor)

2008 – Theater Show Evil Dead (as Ash)

2008 – Theater Show Organ in My Heart (as Kang Dong-soo)

2008 – Theater Show Janggeum the Great (as Jo Gwang-jo)

2008 – Theater Show Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Main Role as Hedwig)

2009 – The Island (Main Role as John)

2009-2010 – Theater Show Spring Awakening (Main Role as Moritz)

2010 – SBS Running Man (as Guest on episode 215 and 327)

2010-2011 – Theater Show True West (as Austin)

2011 – Theater Show Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Main Role as Hedwig)

2011 – Theater Show The Vagina Monologues

2011 – MBN What’s Up (Main Role as Kim Byung-gun)

2012 – Theater Show Cult Holrangjeok Show

2012 – MBC The King 2 Hearts (Main Role as Eun Shi-kyung)

2012 – Architecture 101 (Supporting Role as Nabdeukki)

2012 – Almost Che (Supporting Role as Hwang Young-min / Kang Moon-mo)

2012 – Time for Taiwan (as Main Role)

2013 – The Face Reader (Main Role as Paeng-heon, Nae-kyung’s brother-in-law)

2013 – KBS2 You Are the Best, Lee Soon-shin (Main Role as Shin Joon-ho)

2014 – The Fatal Encounter (Main Role as Sal-soo)

2014 – Theater Show Blood Brothers (as Mickey)

2014 – My Love, My Bride (Main Role as Young-min)

2015 – tvN Oh My Ghost (Main Role as Kang Sun-woo)

2015 – The Exclusive: Beat the Devil’s Tattoo (Main Role as Reporter Heo Moo-hyuk)

2016 – Time Renegade (Main Role as Ji-hwan in 1983)

2016 – Theater Show Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Main Role as Hedwig)

2016 – tvN Youth Over Flowers: Iceland (as Regular Cast Member)

2016 – SBS Jealousy Incarnate / Don’t Dare to Dream (Main Role as Lee Hwa-shin)

2016 – SBS Legend of the Blue Sea (Guest Role as Yoo Jeong-hoon / Merman)

2016 – My Annoying Brother (Main Role as Go Doo-shik)

2017-2018 – MBC Two Cops (Main Role as Cha Dong-tak / Gong Soo-chang)

2018 – The Drug King (Main Role as Kim In-goo)

2004 – Theater Show Amadeus (Main Role as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

2018 – Hit and Run Unit / Hit and Run Investigation Team (Main Role as Jung Jae-cheol)

2019 – EXIT (Main Role as Yong-nam)