Bong Tae-gyu

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Bong.
Bong Tae-gyu
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Born (1981-05-19) 19 May 1981 (age 35)
Education Myongji University
Theater and Film
Occupation Actor
Years active 2000–present
Korean name
Hangul 봉태규
Revised Romanization Bong Tae-gyu
McCune–Reischauer Pong T‘aekyu

Bong Tae-gyu (born 19 May 1981) is a South Korean actor.[1][2]


Year Title Role
2000 Tears Jang
2002 Jungle Juice Tang-gae
Saving My Hubby
Conduct Zero Soo-dong
2003 Rooftop Room Cat (TV) Nam Jung-woo
A Good Lawyer's Wife Shin Ji-woon
Nonstop 4 (TV)
2004 Au Revoir, UFO Sang-gyu
The Twenty's Law (Twentidentity short film)
Miss Kim's Million Dollar Quest (TV) Kim Bong-gyu
Arahan cameo
Han River Ballad (TV) Choi Kang-soo
2005 The President's Last Bang cameo
When Romance Meets Destiny Yu Gwang-tae
2006 Ssunday Seoul Do-yeon
See You After School Namgoong Dal
Family Ties Kyung-suk
How the Lack of Love Affects Two Men Dong-hyun
2007 If in Love...Like Them (TV)
Two Faces of My Girlfriend Gu-chang
2008 A Tale of Legendary Libido Byeon Gang-soe
Working Mom (TV) Park Jae-seong
2010 Personal Taste (TV) Lee Won-ho (cameo)
2012 The Beat Goes On Seo Chang-dae
Drama Special: Don't Worry, I'm a Ghost (TV) Moon-gi
2013 Happiness for Sale Kang-ho
Hwasin – Controller of the Heart (TV) Himself
2015 Drama Special: Trains Don't Stop at Noryangjin Station Mo Hee-joon


Year Title Role
2009-2010 University of Laughs[1] Playwright
Falling for Eve[3] Adam

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2003 24th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actor A Good Lawyer's Wife Nominated
6th Director's Cut Awards Best New Actor Won
2004 41st Grand Bell Awards Best New Actor Nominated
2008 SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Drama Special Working Mom Nominated
Producer's Award Won
2012 KBS Drama Awards Best Actor in a Special/One-Act Drama Don't Worry, I'm a Ghost Nominated
2015 KBS Drama Awards Best Actor in a Special/One-Act Drama Trains Don't Stop at Noryangjin Station Won


  1. ^ a b Choi, Min-woo (20 July 2011). "After hiatus, actor Bong hits the stage". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved 18 November 2012. 
  2. ^ Oh, Mi-jung (20 March 2012). "Interview: Bong Tae Gyu was Humbled by The Beat Goes On". enewsWorld. Retrieved 18 November 2012. 
  3. ^ "Highlights: Theater". The Korea Herald. 2 September 2011. Retrieved 18 November 2012. 

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