All About Actor Park Won-sang: Profile, Movies, and Drama List

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Park Won-sang, The Korean Actor

It was quite impressive that despite his debut starting in television, Park Won-sang still took offers to act in theater productions in order to sharpen his acting skills. After appearing in several theater productions, the actor was offered roles in lots of movies. Even though he was only cast in supporting roles in most of his projects, the figure of Park Won-sang slowly but surely became known to the public. Some of his major projects where he played a lead role are Waikiki Brothers, Chosun Police, Miracle in Cell No. 7, and W – Two Worlds.

In this article, Channel-Korea will tell you all about Park Won-sang, including his full profile, the list of his television dramas, movies, and theater shows, and his wife and family. So, keep reading!

Park Won-sang’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Park Won Sang

Date of Birth: Seoul, South Korea, 20 January 1970

Zodiac Sign: Aquarius

Chinese Astrology: Dog

Nationality: South Korean

Education: Soongsil University, with a major in German Language and Literature

Talent Agency: Entourage Production

Park Won-sang’s Age, Height, and Weight

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As has been noted in his personal profile earlier, Park Won-sang was born in 1970. According to the Korean Age System, in 2018 Park Won-sang is 49 years old, making him 48 according to the International Age System.

Besides Park Won-sang, there are other well-known Korean actors and actresses who were born in 1970 as well, such as Yoo Hae-jin, Kim Hye-soo, Kam Woo-sung, Kim Mi-hye, Lee Beom-soo, Kim Boo-yeong, Ko Chang-seok, Lee Mi-eun, and Ryu Seung-yong.

Park Won-sang is considered a tall and fit man, as his height is 176 cm, whereas his weight is 73 kg.

List of Park Won-sang’s Movies and TV Shows

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As has been explained previously, Park Won-sang is an actor who can play a wide variety of roles from the serious to the comedic, or even the psychopathic ones. He’s starred many hit dramas that have been known by the younger generation of K-Dramas addicts, such as Dream High, Miracle in Cell No. 7, W – Two Worlds, and Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo, hence his face often looks familiar, though his name is often unknown. In this section, Channel-Korea has compiled the list of television series, films, and theater shows that Park Won-sang has starred in.

1996 – Three Friends (Supporting Role as the Violent corporal)

2000 – Kilimanjaro (Supporting Role as Gwang-han)

2000 – Short film Why Do I Want to Be a Boxing Referee? (Supporting Role as Hyuk-shin)

2001 – Waikiki Brothers (Main Role as Jung-seok)

2001 – The Last Witness (Supporting Role as Organ trafficking man)

2002 – Jungle Juice (Supporting Role as Detective Lee)

2002 – Marriage Is a Crazy Thing (Supporting Role as Kyu-jin)

2002 – Theater show The Virtuous Burglar         

2002 – Theater show Reunification Express        

2002 – Theater show On Fate                                   

2002 – Theater show Mister Peace                          

2003 – Theater show Magic Shop                            

2003 – Theater show Bieonso

2003 – The Uninvited (Supporting Role as Park Moon-sub)

2003 – Happy Ero Christmas (Supporting Role as Henchman 1)

2003 – Short film Raindrop Prelude (Supporting Role as Dad)

2004 – A Smile (Supporting Role as Min-soo)

2004 – The Big Swindle (Supporting Role as Gigolo)

2004 – R-Point (Supporting Role as Sergeant Ma Won-kyun)

2004 – Theater show The Happy Family

2004 – Spider Forest (Supporting Role as Driver Moon)

2005 – Red Eye (Supporting Role as Jung-ho)

2005 – Mom’s Way (Supporting Role as Eldest son-in-law)

2005 – Innocent Steps (Supporting Role as Ma Sang-doo)

2005 – Hello, Brother (Supporting Role as Hani’s father)

2005 – Short film Tea & Poison (Supporting Role as Young-min)

2006 – The Art of Fighting (Supporting Role as Section chief Ahn)

2006 – Theater show Sad Play (Supporting Role as Jang Man-ho)

2006 – Bewitching Attraction (Supporting Role as PD Kim Young-ho)

2007 – Paradise Murdered (Supporting Role as Sang-gu)

2007 – Mr. Lee vs. Mr. Lee (Supporting Role as Detective agency contractor)

2007 – May 18 (Supporting Role as Yong-dae)

2007 – Rainbow Eyes (Supporting Role as Detective Kim)

2007 – KBS2 Drama City: Ssamdalg Misugi (Supporting Role as Han Kyung-tae)

2008 – MBC Dramanet Chosun Police – Season 2 (Main Role as Ji Dae-han)

2008 – Forever the Moment (Guest Role as Gyu-cheol, Mi-sook’s husband)

2008 – Little Prince (Supporting Role as Yong Joon-soo)

2008 – The Guard Post (Guest Role as Beokgu general )

2008 – Girl Scout (Supporting Role as Min Hong-gi)

2008 – Nowhere to Turn (Guest Role as Instrument store clerk)

2008 – Theater show A Story of Old Thieves (Main Role as The Old Thief)

2009 – The Seagull (Supporting Role as Ilya Afanasyevich Shamrayev)

2009 – Short! Short! Short! 2009: Show Me the Money (as Main Role during the segment: “Anxiety”)

2009 – Fly, Penguin (Supporting Role as Seung-yoon’s father)

2009 – Secret (Supporting Role as Detective Choi)

2010 – A Little Pond (Supporting Role as Refugee)

2010 – My Dear Desperado (Supporting Role as Jong-seo)

2010 – Ghost (Be With Me) (Supporting Role as Hanja teacher on segment: “Tarot 1: Ghost Boy”)

2010 – Rolling Home with a Bull (Guest Role as Man at highway rest stop)

2010 – Villain and Widow (Guest Role as Ham Ki-soo)

2010 – Try to Remember (Guest Role as Na Gyeon-jo)

2010 – OCN Yaksha (Supporting Role as Park Po)

2010 – Theater show Bieonso

2010 – Theater show Yang Deok-won Story (as Theatre director)

2010 – Theater show Macbeth, Objection!         

2011 – Theater show A Story of Old Thieves (Main Role as the Old Thief)

2011 – KBS2 Dream High (Supporting Role as President Yoon)

2011 – SBS Warrior Baek Dong-soo (Supporting Role as Jang Dae-pyo)

2011 – KBS2 Drama Special:  Behind the Scenes of the Seokyeong Sports Council Reform (Main Role as Jo Pil-sang)

2011 – KBS2 Drama Special Series: For My Son (Main Role as Pil-gyu)

2011 – Funny Neighbors (Main Role as Park Jong-ho)

2012 – OCN Hero (Supporting Role as Kwon Hyuk-gyu)

2012 – KBS2 Drama Special: My Wife’s First Love (Main Role as Myung-chul)

2013 – tvN Nine (as Guest Role)

2013 – KBS2 Shark (Supporting Role as Byun Bang-jin)

2013 – MBC Medical Top Team (Supporting Role as Jo Joon-hyuk)

2013 – Champ (Supporting Role as Horse trainer Kim)

2012 – Unbowed (Main Role as Lawyer Park Jun)

2012 – Two Moons (Guest Role as PD Jung )

2012 – Gaiji Keisatsu (Supporting Role as North Korean defector source)

2012 – National Security / Namyeong-dong 1985  (Main Role as Kim Jong-tae)

2012 – Theater show Seoul Notes 

2012 – Theater show Noises Off (Supporting Role as Frederick Fellowes (Philip Brent)

2013 – Miracle in Cell No. 7 (Main Role as Choi Chun-ho)

2013 – South Bound (Guest Role as Lawyer Yoon Seong-joo )

2013 – My Dear Girl, Jin-young (Supporting Role as Hwang Tae-il)

2014 – Tabloid Truth (Supporting Role as Oh Bon-seok)

2014 – The Stone (Main Role as In-geol)

2014 – Whistle Blower (Main Role as Lee Sung-ho)

2014 – KBS2 Golden Cross (Supporting Role as Im Kyung-jae)

2014 – KBS2 Big Man (Guest Role as the Homicide detective)

2014 – OCN Reset (Main Role as Chief investigator Han)

2014 – KBS2 Healer (Supporting Role as Jang Byung-se)

2015 – MBC Splendid Politics (Supporting Role as Jang Bong-soo)

2015 – jTBC Last (Supporting Role as Ryu Jong-gu)

2015 – The Throne (Supporting Role as Hong Bong-han, Hong Hyek-yeong’s father)

2015 – tvN Bubble Gum (Supporting Role as Jo Dong-il)

2016 – KBS2 My Lawyer, Mr. Jo (Supporting Role as Bae Dae-soo)

2016 – jTBC Fantastic (Guest Role as Himself on episode 3)

2016 – MBC WTwo Worlds (Supporting Role as Han Cheol-ho)

2016 – MBC Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo (Supporting Role as Joon-hyeong’s Therapist)

2017 – tvN Argon (Supporting Role as Shin Cheol)

2017 – KBS Queen for Seven Days (Supporting Role as Park Won-jong)

2017 – SBS Falsify (Supporting Role as Im Ji-tae)

2017 – jTBC Untouchable  (Supporting Role as Go Soo-chang)

2017 – Warriors of the Dawn (Supporting Role as Jo-seung)

2017 – The Prison (Supporting Role as Section Chief Jung)

2018 – Little Forest (Guest Role as Mailman)

2018 – SBS Switch: Change the World (Supporting Role as Yang Ji-soong)

2018 – tvN Familiar Wife (Supporting Role as Byeon Sang-woo)

Park Won-sang’s Wife and Family

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Unfortunately, there is no detailed information regarding Park Won-sang’s wife and family, as he keeps it private from the public. Thus, we have to respect the actor’s decision to not dig further regarding his private matter, don’t you think so, dear readers?