Yu In-chon

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Yu.
Yu In-chon
Yoo In-Chon from acrofan.jpg
Korean name
Hangul 유인촌
Hanja 柳仁村
Revised Romanization Yu In-chon
McCune–Reischauer Yu In-ch'on

Yu In-chon (born March 20, 1951 - ) is a South Korean actor and the current Minister of Ministry of Culture and Tourism.[1][2][3] Yu In-chon was born in the city of Jeonju, North Jeolla Province, South Korea in 1951. He graduated with the bacheolor degree in theater and film from Chung-Ang University. Although Yu started his career as a TV actor, his fondness of play led him to found You Theater in the Gangnam area of Seoul, 1999.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

  1. Possible Changes (가능한 변화들 Ganeung-han byeonhwa-deul) (2004)[5]
  2. Wonderful Days (원더풀데이즈 Wondeopeul Daei-jeu) (2003)
  3. Doctor K (닥터K 1999)
  4. Firebird (Bulsae 불새), 1997)
  5. Change (체인지 Che-inji), 1996
  6. Kim's War (김의 전쟁 Gim-ui jeonjaeng), 1992
  7. Honeymoon (밀월 Milwol), 1989
  8. Aje Aje Bara Aje (아제아제 바라아제), 1989
  9. Diary of King Yeonsan (연산일기 Yeonsan-ilgi), 1987
  10. Flower Blooms Even on a Windy Day (Barambuneun nal-e-do kkoch-eun pigo), 1987
  11. 0.917 (영점구일칠 Yeongjeomguchilil), 1987
  12. Agada (아가다 Agada), 1984
  13. Invited People (초대받은 성웅들 Chodaebadeun seongwungdeul), 1984
  14. Reminiscent Flame (불의 회상 Bul-ui hoesang), 1984
  15. Born on February 30th (2wol 30ilsaeng), 1983
  16. Rose Woman (장미부인 Jangmi buin), 1983
  17. The Foolish Woman (바보스러운 여자 Baboseureowun yeoja), 1983
  18. The Lover of a Friend (친구애인 Chingu-ein), 1982
  19. The Tree Blooming with Love (사랑이 꽃피는 나무 Salang-e kkochpineun namu), 1981
  20. A Battle Journal (종군수첩 Jonggun sucheob), 1981
  21. Painful Maturity (아픈 성숙 Nan moleugessne), 1980
  22. Chastity (정조 Jeongjo), 1979

TV dramas[edit]

  1. Jang Huibin (장희빈), 2002
  2. Gobaek (고백), 2002
  3. Sebeonjjae namja (세 번째 남자), 1997
  4. Yeoneo-ga doraol-ttae (연어가 돌아올 때), 1996
  5. Saeya saeya parangsae-ya (새야 새야 파랑새야), 1994
  6. Tokkaebi-ga ganda (도깨비가 간다), 1994
  7. Ilchulbong (일출봉), 1992
  8. Jeongdeun-nim (정든 님), 1992
  9. Yamang-ui sewol (야망의 세월), 1989
  10. Bulsae (불새), 1987
  11. Sarang-gwa jinsil (사랑과 진실), 1984
  12. Jeonwon ilgi (전원일기), 1980

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