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• Other people with the same Korean name (김승우) : Kim Seung-woo-I ( Male, Director Scriptwriter )
Twenty Again - Movie
Twenty Again - Movie
(Movie, 2015)
두 번째 스물

Movie director Min-gu (영화감독 민구)

Chasing
Chasing
(Movie, 2015)
잡아야 산다

Kim Seung-joo (김승주)

Staff
• Adaptation/Dramatization

Midnight Diner
Midnight Diner
(Drama, 2015)
심야식당

Master (마스터)

IRIS 2
IRIS 2
(Drama, 2013)
아이리스 2

Park Cheol-yeong (박철영)

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  • [Interview] Kim Nam-joo as a mother, a woman and an actress

    2018/04/07, Source
    Kim Nam-joo, who came back with the JTBC drama "Misty" for the first time in 7 years, played Ko Hye-ran, a woman who desires success and for that, she puts three men who love her in danger. Her voluptuous and charismatic image created a character none like seen before and proved that even actresses in their late 40s can play leading roles in K-drama. "Misty" started with 3.5% but ended up with 8.5% in the end. Kim Nam-joo is a favorite amongst many women. She's a former Miss Korea who debuted as an actress in 1994. She acknowledged coolly that she wasn't a natural beauty nor an innocent beauty when romantic comedies were a trend back then. She married actor Kim Seung-woo in 2005 and starred in several dramas like "My Wife is a Superwoman", "Queen of Reversals", "My Husband Got a Family" and more. She is a strong career woman and a mother who has a teenage daughter and a younger son. "My dream is to be a good mother but I won't act out one". Kim Nam-joo said people tell her 'it's time you act a mother' many times. "It was a small ambition of mine to change the minds of people who think actresses who grow old have no roles to play except for a mother. I used to be afraid to get married because I didn't think I could continue working but seeing those 90s stars come back now, I think I did a good think to get married. I want to be able to do everything as a mother, a woman and as an actress,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Chasing"

    2017/08/12
    Jeong-taek (played by Kim Jung-tae) is a disheveled cop who doesn't project authority. He's trying to collar corporate criminal Seung-joo (played by Kim Seung-woo), who is much cooler and much more obviously competent. Eventually they both get thrown through the ringer as Won-tae (played by Hyuk) and his gang of teenage hoodlums make fools of them both, prompting an epic chase throughout Seoul,...More
  • [Guest Film Review] "71-Into the Fire"

    2017/05/20
    John H. Lee, whose blockbuster filmmaker status was established in 2004, with "A Moment to Remember" and found its apogee last year, with "Operation Chromite" presents another movie that aims at commercial success and achieves it on every aspect,...More

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