Baek Il-seob

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Baek Il-seob
Baek Il-Seob from acrofan.jpg
Born (1944-06-10) June 10, 1944 (age 73)
Yeosu, South Jeolla Province, South Korea
Education Myongji University
English Literature
Occupation Actor
Years active 1965-present
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Baek Il-seop
McCune–Reischauer Paek Il-sŏp

Baek Il-seob (Hangul백일섭; born June 10, 1944) is a South Korean film and television actor.[1] In recent years he appeared in the family dramas Mom's Dead Upset,[2] My Too Perfect Sons and Ojakgyo Brothers.

In 2007 Baek landed in the news after he made remarks at a GNP rally denouncing candidate Lee Hoi-chang's late entry into the presidential race.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

  • Salut d'Amour (2015) (cameo)
  • My Brilliant Life (2014)
  • Scout (2007)
  • Underground Rendezvous (2007) (cameo)
  • Sorrow Even Up in Heaven (2007)
  • Magang Hotel (2007)
  • Hot for Teacher (2006)
  • Lump Sugar (2006) (cameo)
  • Hanbando (2006)
  • Oh! My God (2006)
  • Marrying the Mafia II (2005) (cameo)
  • My Boyfriend Is Type B (2005)
  • Everybody Has Secrets (2004)
  • Spy Girl (2004)
  • My Tutor Friend (2003)
  • No Blood No Tears (2002)
  • Without You (2002)
  • Girl, 18 Years Old (1993)
  • Marijuana (1990)
  • A Burning Rose (1990)
  • Sexual Compatibility (1988)
  • Madame (1987)
  • Mom Is Away (1987)
  • Just Once (1987)
  • Seven Slaps on the Face (1987)
  • Seoul Likes Women (1987)
  • Osaka Godfather (1986)
  • Heungnam City That I Saw Last (1984)
  • My Life is Mine (1983)
  • Hotel at 00:00 (1983)
  • The Sparrow and the Scarecrow (1983)
  • Pyongyang Head Butt (1983)
  • Jongro Blues (1982)
  • Hwa-sun (1982)
  • The Hero, Pal Bul-chul (1982)
  • Man Who Couldn't Be Persuaded (1980)
  • Dull Servant, Pal Bul-chul (1980)
  • The Woman Who Laughed Three Times (1980)
  • The Deaf Worker (1980)
  • Male Housemaid (1980)
  • The Man Who Stops Storms (1979)
  • Eul-hwa (1979)
  • A Letter from Heaven (1979)
  • Miss O's Apartment (1979)
  • Byung-tae and Young-ja (1979)
  • Romance Gray (1979)
  • Wanderer (1978)
  • Once Upon a Long Time Ago (1978)
  • I Love Only You (1978)
  • Woman Walking on Asphalt (1978)
  • The Virgin's Castle (1977)
  • Even I Don't Know My Mind (1977)
  • A Dangerous Woman (1976)
  • Cuckoo's Dolls (1976)
  • Wang Sib Ri, My Hometown (1976)
  • Pebbles (1975)
  • Cattle (1975)
  • The Fool Yong-chil (1975)
  • The Road to Sampo (1975)
  • The Executioner (1975)
  • A Triangular Trap (1975)
  • A True Story of Kim Du-han (1974)
  • Dalrae (1974)
  • The Han River (1974)
  • She Spoke in Death (1974)
  • A Season of Blooming Love (1974)
  • Cheongnyeo (1974)
  • Gypsy in My Mind (1974)
  • My Daddy and I (1974)
  • Black Butterfly (1974)
  • Heavenly Homecoming to the Stars (1974)
  • Reminiscences (1974)
  • Heavenly Wind (1973)
  • Luck (1974)
  • Testimony (1974)
  • A Match (1973)
  • Homecoming (1973)
  • Highway of Youth (1973)
  • Youth in Barefoot (1973)
  • Tto-sun and Gab-sun (1973)
  • Leaving Myeongdong (1973)
  • A Couple's Shift (1973)
  • Resentment of Daughter-in-law (1972)
  • Gap-dol and Gap-sun (1972)
  • The Last Flight to Pyongyang (1972)
  • Bachelor in Trouble (1971)
  • A Sworn Brother (1971)
  • Jang, the Knife (1970)
  • Minbi and Magic Sword (1970)
  • Wang-geon, the Great (1970)
  • Swordsmen From Eight Provinces (1970)
  • Female Soldiers from All the Provinces (1970)
  • The Harbormaster Returns (1970)
  • The Woman Who Wanted an Apartment (1970)
  • The Last Song of Hope (1970)
  • A Girl on Myeongdong Street (1970)
  • White Rose (1969)
  • A Native of Myeongdong (1969)
  • Mrs. Wonnim (1969)
  • Barber of Jangmaru Village (1969)
  • Jumper Q (1969)
  • The Third Zone (1969)
  • Girls (1969)
  • Dead Woman (1969)
  • Love and Hate (1969)
  • Three Musketeers (1969)
  • The World of Men (1969)
  • Private Kim (1969)
  • Childish Daughter-in-law (1968)
  • A Wandering Swordsman and 108 Bars of Gold (1968)
  • Revenge (1968)
  • Incoherent Answer (1968)
  • Mr. Gu at Sajik Village (1968)
  • Sam-hyeon-yuk-gak (1968)
  • The General's Mustache (1968)
  • United Front (1967)
  • Dolmuji (1967)

Television drama[edit]

  • Drama Festival "The Marvelous Sunshine Funeral Home for the Elderly" (MBC / 2013)
  • Can't Take It Anymore (jTBC / 2013)
  • Goddess of Marriage (SBS / 2013)
  • Cheer Up, Mr. Kim! (KBS1 / 2012)
  • I Remember You (SBS / 2012)
  • Lights and Shadows (MBC / 2011)
  • Ojakgyo Brothers (KBS2 / 2011)
  • Believe in Love (KBS2 / 2011) (cameo)
  • Flames of Desire (MBC / 2010)
  • The Scarlet Letter (MBC / 2010)
  • All About Marriage (KBS2 / 2010)
  • A Man Called God (MBC / 2010)
  • Doenjang-gun and Natto-jjang's Marriage War (MBC / 2010)
  • The Woman Who Still Wants to Marry (MBC / 2010)
  • Father's House (SBS / 2009)
  • My Too Perfect Sons (KBS2 / 2009)
  • La Dolce Vita (MBC / 2008)
  • Mom's Dead Upset (KBS2 / 2008)
  • Bad Woman, Good Woman (MBC / 2007)
  • My Love (SBS / 2006)
  • Love Can't Wait (MBC / 2006)
  • Special of My Life (MBC / 2006)
  • Taereung National Village (MBC / 2005)
  • Let's Go to the Beach (SBS / 2005)
  • Father of the Sea (MBC / 2004)
  • My Lovely Family (KBS1 / 2004)
  • Pretty Woman (MBC / 2004)
  • Wedding Gift (KBS2 / 2003)
  • Bodyguard (KBS2 / 2003)
  • Golden Pond (SBS / 2002)
  • Golden Wagon (MBC / 2002)
  • Glass Slippers (SBS / 2002)
  • Fox and Cotton Candy (MBC / 2001)
  • Mina (KBS2 / 2001)
  • Legend (SBS / 2001)
  • Love on a Jujube Tree (KBS1 / 2001-2007)
  • Wrath of an Angel (SBS / 2000)
  • Nonstop (MBC / 2000)
  • Fireworks (SBS / 2000)
  • KAIST (SBS / 2000)
  • I'm Still Loving You (MBC / 1999)
  • You're One-of-a-Kind (MBC / 1999)
  • My Love By My Side (KBS1 / 1998)
  • Seven Brides (SBS / 1998)
  • Six Children (MBC / 1998-2000)
  • Three Women (KBS2 / 1997)
  • Bride's Room (KBS2 / 1997)
  • Miari No. 1 (SBS / 1997)
  • OK Ranch (SBS / 1997)
  • Golden Feather (MBC / 1997)
  • Salted Mackerel (MBC / 1996)
  • The Fourth Republic (MBC / 1995)
  • The Liverish Man (KBS2 / 1995)
  • Do You Remember Love (MBC / 1995)
  • Way of Living: Woman (SBS / 1994)
  • I Want to Be Happy (SBS / 1994)
  • The Lonely Man (KBS2 / 1994)
  • Good Morning, Yeongdong! (KBS2 / 1993)
  • Never on Sunday (KBS2 / 1993-1995)
  • The Third Republic (MBC / 1993)
  • Sons and Daughters (MBC / 1992)
  • Yoo Shim Cho (SBS / 1991)
  • 절반의 실패 (KBS2 / 1989)
  • 꼬치미 (KBS2 / 1987)
  • 큰 형수 (KBS2 / 1987)
  • 형사 25시 (KBS2 / 1986)
  • My Happy Home (KBS2 / 1985)
  • Now in Pyongyang (KBS2 / 1983)
  • The Foundation (KBS1 / 1983)
  • Wind Flower (KBS2 / 1982)
  • 포도대장 (KBS2 / 1981)
  • Daemyeong (KBS1 / 1981)
  • 바람돌이 장영실 (TBC / 1980)
  • 길 (MBC / 1970)
  • 태양의 연인 (MBC / 1968)

Variety show[edit]

Book[edit]

  • 살맛나는 임플란트 이야기 (2011; revised in 2012)

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lee, Ji-young. "Grandpas' Flowery Youth". Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2014-09-21. 
  2. ^ Kwon, Mee-yoo (29 January 2008). "3 New Weekend Dramas to Air". The Korea Times. Archived from the original on 2014-02-24. Retrieved 2013-02-18. 
  3. ^ "Famous Actor Threatens Lee Hoi-chang With Beating". The Chosun Ilbo. 15 November 2007. Retrieved 2013-02-18. 
  4. ^ Lee, Sun-min (24 May 2013). "New hiking reality show gets a name". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved 2013-05-25. 
  5. ^ "Senior actors lead TV show, defying youth-centered industry". The Korea Herald. 12 June 2013. Retrieved 2013-06-12. 
  6. ^ Jin, Eun-soo (1 August 2013). "Unpredictable seniors entertain Flower H4 viewers". The Korea Herald. Retrieved 2014-09-21. 

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