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Male - 1971/03/16



Body: 176cm/ 65kg
Hobbies: Singing songs, dancing, and doing Taekwondo

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Debut: MBC 24th TV Actor Contest (1994)
Drama: KBS "Conditions of Love" (2004), KBS "Mooinsidae"(2003)
Filmographies: " My Piano" (2006), "My Scary Girl" (2006), "Blood Rain" (2005)

We uncovered a side to this actor we hadn't seen before~ These days not a week seems to go by when casting calls don't come pouring in... It's actor Park Yong-woo! His polished talent has managed to monopolize the love of audiences once again -

STAR FOCUS cameras caught up with Park Yong-woo right in time for the filming of his upcoming movie, . Park plays the part of a homicide detective, a character much different from his usual, more romantic and lighter roles. This time, there's a lot more action and a lot more "Mr. Tough Guy."

Park Yong-woo endured rigorous physical training for his part and rapidly dropped the weight to play the younger, lean cop. He also tanned his fair skin, giving himself a more rough image.

A lot of expectation is riding on the star, especially after his success as lead actor in last year's, .
The straightforward frankness and confidence of attracted flocks of the younger generation to theaters. The originality of the plot and well-structured composition helped set the stage for Park's acting finesse. This was his claim to fame, his release from "supporting roles."

Selected as one of the most highly anticipated actors of the year, Park Yong-woo! HIS secret lies in his unfaltering path through acting... Most would agree that his success - is well-deserved.

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    Despite being a 2009 film based on the concept of the mobile phone, when smart phones were not the rule yet, "Hand Phone" seems to be even timelier today, since people seem more attached than ever to their phones,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Changing Partners" + DVD Giveaway

    Yoo-na (played by Uhm Jung-hwa) is a generally cranky fashion consultant with a laidback upbeat hotelier husband by the name of Min-jae (played by Park Yong-woo). By chance, they meet a younger couple. Yeong-joon (played by Lee Dong-gun) is a rude businessman with a reputation for accomplishment whereas his wife So-yeo (played by Han Chae-young) works with lighting, and enjoys the small beauties in life. If you thought these couples are mismatched, worry not. Before long the couples themselves also see the irony, and go about the process of "Changing Partners",...More
  • [Guest Film Review] "Ditto"

    Yoon So-eun is a student at Seoul university and is in love with a co-student, Dong-hee. In her efforts to approach him, she shows a fake interest to attend a lesson regarding wireless radios, ending with her, actually owning one. A few days later, she listens to someone trying to communicate and she decides to answer. On the other line of the wireless is another student of the same university, Ji In. The two of them start talking on a regular basis and they end up becoming friends. She talks to him about her love for Dong-hee and Kim  Min-joo, her best friend, and he for a girl who does not leave him alone, Hyeon-ji,...More

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