Profile and Facts about “Pinocchio” Actor Jung In-gi

Jung In-gi

The Senior Actor Jung In-gi

Jung In-gi is a South Korean actor who marks more than 15 year of acting this year. He made his acting debut around 1990, and became famous after his appearance on screen as a dead man in “The Fox with Nine Tails” in 1994. Jung In-gi often appears in independent films and shows with various acting activities. He’s known for playing a supportive role in popular television series and dramas such as Secret Garden (2010), Flower Boy Ramen Shop (2011), Pinocchio (2014), Who Are You: School 2015 (2015), Hospital Ship (2017) and many more. Here is Jung In-gi’s profile and facts that you should know about this veteran actor!

Jung In-gi’s Profile

Real Name : Jung In-gi (정인기)

Birth : South Korea, September 12, 1966

Zodiac : Virgo

Height : 183 cm

Weight : 79 kg

Talent Agency : Two2 Company

Official Site :


Jung In-gi

Television Series / Dramas

  • 2007 – When Spring Comes (aired on KBS2/role as Detective Moon), Drama City “무공족구외전” (aired on KBS2/role as Chang-soo)
  • 2008 – Painter of the Wind (aired on SBS/role as Hong Guk-yeong), Worlds Within (aired on KBS2/role as Cinematographer)
  • 2010 – Dong Yi (aired on MBC/role as Kim Hwan), Secret Garden (aired on SBS/role as Gil Ik-seon. Ra-im’s father)
  • 2011 – The Duo (aired on MBC/role as Soe-dol), Flower Boy Ramen Shop (aired on tvN/role as Yang Chul-dong)
  • 2012 – Late Blossom (aired on SBS Plus/role as Kim In-sub), The King of Dramas (aired on SBS/role as Gu Young-mok), Cheongdam-dong Alice (aired on SBS/role as Han Deuk-ki)
  • 2013 – 7th Grade Civil Servant (aired on MBC/role as Kim Sung-joon), Shark (aired on KBS2/role as Han Young-man), Adolescence Medley (aired on KBS2/role as Choi Jung-woo’s father), Two Weeks (aired on MBC/role as Yang Taek-nam), Drama Special “Yeon-woo’s Summer” (aired on KBS2/role as Lee Moo-woong)
  • 2014 – Gap Dong (aired on tvN/role as Cha Do-hyeok), Doctor Stranger (aired on SBS/role as Kim Tae-sool), Drama Special “The Girl Who Became a Photo” (aired on KBS2/role as Park Chul-ho), Pinocchio (aired on SBS/Ki Ho-sang)
  • 2015 – A Girl Who See Smells (aired on SBS/role as Oh Jae-pyo), Who Are You: School 2015 (aired on KBS2/role as Park Joon-hyung), Remember (aired on SBS/role as In-ah’s father)
  • 2016 – 38 Revenue Collection Unit (aired on OCN/role as Sa Jae-sung), Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo (aired on MBC/role as Jung Joon-hyung’s father)
  • 2017 – Queen of Mystery (aired on MBC/role as Jang Woo-sup), Manhole (aired on KBS2), Hospital Ship (aired on MBC/role as Kwak-sung), Drama Special “If We Were a Season” (aired on KBS2/role as Yoon Gi-hyeon)
Jung In-gi Drama


  • 1994 – The Fox With Nine Tails
  • 1995 – A Single Spark (role as Young-soo’s junior colleague)
  • 1997 – Downfall
  • 1999 – The Uprising (role as Kang Hee-yong)
  • 2001 – Killing Pig (short film) (role as Adult Ma-eul), Young-ja (short film) (role as Dae-choon)
  • 2002 – Lovers’ Concerto (role as Taxi Driver), Addicted (role as Caregiver)
  • 2003 – His Truth Is Marching On (short film) (role as Pastor/Detective Jung), Oh! Happy Day (role as Section Chief Park), Singles (role as Chef), Detective Office – Please, Find Myself (short film), Lost & Found (short film), Another Paradise (short film) (role as Cha Bong-deok)
  • 2004 – Sara Jeanne’ (role as Bartender), Mokpo, Gangster’s Paradise (role as Boxing Gym Director), Samaritan Girl (role as Gi-soo), Hypnotized (role as Min-seok’s team leader), The Scarlet Letter (role as Detective Ahn), Twentidentity (segment: Race) (role as Senior Colleague), A Grand Day Out (short film) (role as Man at Flea Market)
  • 2005 – The President’s Last Bang (role as Deputy Shin), Crying First (role as Doctor), The Twins (role as Photographer), Innocent Steps (role as  Manager), Monkey in the Pool (short film) (role as Gu Won-chul/Chugeumjabu), Reading or Feeding, About a Bad Boy (short film), Love is a Crazy Thing (role as Section chief Jung)
  • 2006 – Forbidden Quest (role as Colleague), Shin Sung-il Lost (role as Man in Pizza Shop), For Horowitz (role as Ji-soo’s older brother), Don’t Look Back (role as Man having an affair), The Host (role as Doctor at isolation hospital), Illegal Parking (short film), Maundy Thursday (role as Jung Min-seok), Tazza: The High Rollers (role as Warehouse Security Guard), Traces of Love (role as Prosecutor), Solace (role as Shim In-ku’s friend), The Blue Monday (short film) (role as Workplace Boss)
  • 2007 – Herb (role as Train Station Ticket Seller), The Perfect Couple (role as Newspaper Boss), The Show Must Go On (role as Police Chief), The Railroad (role as Locomotive engineer (cameo)), Black House (role as Detective Oh), May 18 (role as Jin-chul), Attack on the Pin-Up Boys (role as Judo Team Coach), Someone Behind You (role as Detective Jo), The Worst Guy Ever (role as Writer), Bravo My Life (role as Man on Bench), Sunshower (short film) (role as Man), M (role as Doctor), Our Town (role as Lieutenant 2)
  • 2008 – Hellcats (role as Cafe Owner), The Chaser (role as Detective Lee Gil-woo), Vacant Room (short film) (role as Dad), Lioness(es) (short film) (role as Sung-chil), Natasha (short film) (role as Hyun-jung’s ex-husband), Super Salon Twilight Zone (short film) (role as Shaving Man), My New Partner (role as Team Leader), Crossing (role as Sang-cheol), Eye for an Eye (role as Hwang Min-cheol), The Divine Weapon (role as Sa-chan), A Light Sleep (role as Yeol-rin’s father)
  • 2009 – Breathless (role as Basement Dad), One Step More to the Sea (role as Jung-ah’s husband), The Guy Who Wanna Survive (short film), Deaf Fish and Moon (short film), Boat, The Pit and the Pendulum (role as Taxi Driver), Yoga (role as Kang Hee-jeong), LaLa Sunshine (role as Im Seon-jong), Searching for the Elephant (role as Detective), White Night (role as Kang Jae-doo), Secret (role as Squad Leader Kang), Jeon Woo-chi: The Taoist Wizard (role as Director)
  • 2010 – Secret Reunion (role as Kim Seong-hak), Secret Love (role as Father Choi), House Family (short film), My Dear Desperado (role as ex-Lieutenant Park), The Decisive Moment (short film), Helping Hand (short film), No Doubt (role as Detective Baek Yong-kwon), Passerby #3 (role as Passerby 1), Broken Night (short film) (role as Kyung-pyo)
  • 2011 – Detective K: Secret of the Virtuous Widow (role as Magistrate), Midnight Express (short film), The Front Line (role as Lee Sang-eok), Link (role as National Forensic Service Director), Sector 7 (role as Cha Hae-joon’s father), The Recorder Exam (sort film) (role as Father), Ordinary Days (segment: “AMONG”) (role as Hyo-ri’s dad), The King of Pigs (role as Publisher (voice)), Sunday Punch (role as Governor Park)
  • 2012 – Wonderful Radio (role as Shin Jin-ah’s father), Howling (role as Coroner), Over My Dead Body (role as Han Jin-soo), Two Weddings and a Funeral (role as Taxi Driver (cameo)), Deranged (role as Sales Office Manager), The Neighbor (role as Kim Hong-jung), Modern Family (segment: “Circle Line”) (role as Sang-woo), The Tower (role as Section Head Cha)
  • 2013 – Jury (short film) (role as Director Jung), Mr. Go (role as Gong In-gu), Dinner (short film) (role as Sung-min), The Spy: Undercover Operation (role as CEO Yeom), If You Were Me 6 (segment: “Ice River”) (role as Company President), Steel Cold Winter (role as Hae-won’s Father), The Five (role as Cheol-min), Homo Coreanicus (short film)
  • 2014 – Miss Granny (role as Ban Hyun-chul’s Doctor Friend), The Legacy (role as Han Jae-woong), Haemoo (role as Oh-nam), Night Flight (role as Gi-woong’s father)
  • 2015 – The Treacherous (role as Head of Sungkyunkwan), The Long Way Home (role as Sergeant Kim), Light My Fire (short film), Collective Invention (role as Dong-sik)
  • 2016 – Spirits’ Homecoming (role as Jung-min’s father), Will You Be There? (role as Yoon (special appearance)), Pandora (role as Fire Marshall)
  • 2017 – The Outlaws (role as Chief of Police (special appearance)), The King (role as High Rank Prosecutor), Biting Fly (role as Kang Man-sik), The Star Next Door (role as Representative Yoo (special appearance)), 1987: When the Day Comes (role as Priest Kim Seung-hoon (special appearance))