|Chun Ho-jin Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 8 in|
|Date of Birth||September 9, 1960|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Chun Ho-jin is a South Korean actor who is well-known for his appearance as a Section Chief Oh in I Saw the Devil, Yi Seong Gye in Six Flying Dragons, President Hwang in A Dirty Carnival, and as Seo Tae-soo in My Golden Life.
Busan, South Korea
Ho-jin pursued a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Inha University. However, he decided to drop out instead and went on to pursue his passion for acting.
- Father – Chun Gyu-deok (Professional Wrestler)
Ho-jin is represented by J,Wide-Company.
5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
70 kg or 154.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
He has South Korean ancestry.
Salt & Pepper
- Snub nose
- Broad jawline
Chun Ho-jin Facts
- He was brought up in South Korea.
- His father is one of the first generations of professional wrestlers in South Korea.
- Ho-jin made his first TV show appearance as a guest in Chief Inspector 1983. Later, in 1986, Chun was cast in his debut feature film titled Street of Desire.
- His musical theatre credits include the likes of La Cage aux Folles (2012), Jesus Christ Superstar (1997-1998, 1984-1985), and Evita (1983).
- He published his first book titled Woodworking DIY in 2009.
- Through his years of acting, Ho-jin has been cast in a number of films and shows such as The Chase, Lucid Dream, Midnight Ballad for Ghost Theater, Blood Rain, 2009 Lost Memories, Beyond Evil, The Road: The Tragedy of One, and Double Agent.
- Ho-jin has won several awards over the years including a KBS Drama Award and a 28th Baeksang Arts Award.
- In the year 2020, Chun was presented with the “Presidential Commendation”.
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