Cha Seung-won

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Cha Seung-won
Cha Seung-won on September 24, 2012.jpg
Cha in September 2012
Born (1970-06-07) June 7, 1970 (age 52)
Seoul, South Korea
  • Actor
  • model
AgentYG Entertainment
Height1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Lee Soo-jin
(m. 1992)
Korean name
Revised RomanizationCha Seung-won
McCune–ReischauerCh'a Sŭngwŏn

Cha Seung-won (born June 7, 1970) is a South Korean actor, who began his career as an in-demand fashion model in the 1990s. Cha achieved stardom through the hit comedy films Kick the Moon (2001), Jail Breakers (2002), My Teacher, Mr. Kim (2003), and Ghost House (2004). After proving his versatility in other genres, notably in the period thriller Blood Rain (2005) and the melodrama My Son (2007), Cha's popularity continued with the television series Bodyguard (2003), City Hall (2009), The Greatest Love (2011), Hwayugi (2017), One Ordinary Day (2021), and Our Blues (2022).


Cha dropped out of Sungkyunkwan University,[1] and began a successful career as a fashion model in 1988.[2] He was cast in the TV sitcom New York Story, which would eventually pave the way for his debut in film.[3]

In June 2010

Although his debut film Holiday In Seoul (1997) and many of his subsequent roles did not establish him as a major star, he attracted attention in 2000 for his performance as an arsonist in the firefighting film Libera Me. The following summer, the runaway success of Kim Sang-jin's comedy Kick the Moon (over 4.3 million tickets sold) secured his place in the industry as a leading actor with strong star appeal.[3] Since then, Cha has become one of the few surefire box office draws in the country. In a 2005 survey of influential movie producers, he was ranked among the top ten most bankable stars.[4]

In early 2003, Cha took on a slightly more serious role as a corrupt schoolteacher who is transferred to a country school in the film My Teacher, Mr. Kim. The film grossed over 2.4 million admissions and drew Cha additional praise for his acting abilities (he would later team up again with director Jang Gyu-seong for 2007 comedy Small Town Rivals[5]). His next role, in Ghost House, reunited him with director Kim Sang-jin in a successful comedy about a man who buys a dream home, only to discover it is haunted by a young female ghost.[3]

In 2005 Cha put aside the comic roles he had become known for and appeared in the grisly period thriller Blood Rain.[6][7] The film's unexpectedly robust commercial success confirmed Cha's popularity among Korean audiences.[3] He further proved his versatility in Jang Jin's Murder, Take One (also known as The Big Scene).[8][9][10]

Cha starred in his first melodrama Over the Border (2006), about a North Korean defector.[11][12][13] He then reunited with Jang Jin in My Son (2007), and he said his experience as a father helped a lot in learning the character.[14] Stylish crime thrillers Eye for an Eye (2008),[15] and Secret (2009) followed.[16][17][18][19]

Cha returned to television in 2009, in the political fairytale City Hall penned by writer Kim Eun-sook.[20][21][22] 2010 was a busy year for him,[23][24] with Cha appearing in two films, the Lee Joon-ik-helmed period actioner Blades of Blood,[25] and Korean War film 71: Into the Fire,[26][27][28] followed by spy series Athena: Goddess of War.[29][30][31][32]

In 2011 his character in the hit romantic comedy series The Greatest Love, arrogant top star "Dokko Jin," became a mini pop culture phenomenon, giving rise to numerous commercial deals and parodies, as well as awards for Cha.[33][34][35]

Cha made his theater debut in 2012 in the stage play Bring Me My Chariot Fire alongside Japanese actors Tsuyoshi Kusanagi, Ryōko Hirosue, Teruyuki Kagawa, and Korean veteran actor Kim Eung-soo. Set in the historically turbulent early 1900s, the plot focuses on the friendship of artists from Korea and Japan who work together to preserve traditional Korean arts.[36][37][38]

In 2014, Cha signed with the talent agency YG Entertainment,[39][40] then starred in the police series You're All Surrounded.[41] This was followed by his third team-up with director Jang Jin in the comedy noir film Man on High Heels, which subverted Cha's "macho" image by having him play a transgender homicide detective.[42][43]

In 2015, Cha appeared in Three Meals a Day: Gochang Village, a cable reality show set on the remote Manjae Island for which he earned the nickname "Chajumma" (from the word ajumma) because of his versatile cooking skills despite the minimal amount of ingredients and implements.[44][45] He was then cast as Prince Gwanghae in the period drama Splendid Politics, which focused on power struggles for the throne amid the backdrop of the Joseon Dynasty.[46][47] Cha next plays cartographer and geologist Kim Jeong-ho in Kang Woo-suk's period epic Gosanja, Daedongyeojido, adapted from Park Bum-shin's novel The Map Maker.[48]

In 2017, Cha was cast in tvN's fantasy romantic comedy drama A Korean Odyssey by the Hong sisters.[49] Cha the starred in the family comedy-drama film Cheer Up, Mr. Lee in 2019[50] and the disaster film Sinkhole in 2021.[51]

Later in 2021, he starred alongside Kim Soo-hyun in the Coupang Play's television series One Ordinary Day, based on the British television series Criminal Justice.[52] In 2022, he appeared in the tvN drama Our Blues.[53]

Personal life[edit]

Cha and his wife Lee Soo-jin are biological parents to daughter Cha Ye-ni (born 2003, christened as Rachel). In July 2014, a man claiming to be the birth father of Cha and Lee's son Cha No-ah (born 1989, christened as Noah)[54] filed (and quickly dropped) a ₩100 million defamation lawsuit against Cha, which led to the actor admitting that No-ah is Lee's son from her previous marriage, and that when he and Lee got married, Cha legally adopted No-ah, who was then three years old. Cha had previously falsified his marriage date as 1989 to match No-ah's age, apologizing for the white lie since their son did not know his paternity.[55][56]



Year Title Role Notes
1997 Holiday in Seoul Leg model's boyfriend
1998 If the Sun Rises in the West Ji-min
1999 Ghost in Love Na Han-su
Attack the Gas Station Bit part
Fin de Siecle Sang-woo
2000 Black Honeymoon Kim Joon-ho
Libera Me Yeo Hee-su
2001 Kick the Moon Choi Ki-woong
2002 Break Out Yang Cheol-gon
Jail Breakers Choi Mu-seok
2003 My Teacher, Mr. Kim Kim Bong-doo
2004 Ghost House Park Pil-gi
Lovely Rivals Kim Bong-doo Cameo
2005 Blood Rain Lee Won-gyoo
Murder, Take One Choi Yeon-gi
2006 Over the Border Kim Sun-ho
2007 Small Town Rivals Jo Choon-sam
My Son Lee Kang-shik
2008 Eye for an Eye Ahn Hyun-min
2009 Secret Kim Seong-yeol
2010 Blades of Blood Lee Mong-hak
71: Into the Fire Park Moo-rang
2012 The Suck Up Project: Mr. XXX-Kisser Cha Seung-won Cameo
2014 Man on High Heels Yoon Ji-wook
2015 Minions Narrator Voice, Korean dubbed[57]
2016 The Map Against The World Kim Jeong-ho
2018 Believer Brian Lee Special appearance[58]
2019 Cheer Up, Mr. Lee Chul-soo
2021 Night in Paradise Executive Ma Screening in Korea in 2020.
It premiered on Netflix in 2021.
Sinkhole Jeong Man-soo [59]
TBA Believer 2 Brian Lee Netflix Film[60]

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role
1997 New York Story
1998 Song of the Wind
Woman vs. Woman
Run Barefoot
Shy Lovers Im Sung-bom
Angel's Kiss Jang Tae-ju
1999 Roses and Bean Sprouts Choi Gyu-dae
Sunday Best "Someone Is Watching Me"
Woman on Top Seung-il
Love Story "Message"
2003 Bodyguard Hong Kyung-tak
2009 City Hall Jo Gook
2010 Athena: Goddess of War Son Hyuk
2011 The Greatest Love Dokko Jin
2014 You're All Surrounded Seo Pan-seok
2015 Splendid Politics Prince Gwanghae
2017 A Korean Odyssey Woo Hwi-chul
2021 One Ordinary Day Shin Jung-han[61]
2022 Our Blues Choi Han-soo[62]

Variety shows[edit]

Year Title Role
1998 Lee Seung-yeon's Say Say Say Co-host
GO! Our Heaven Host
Kim Hye-soo Plus You Co-host
Music Camp MC
2006 Cha Seung-won's Health Club (Sunday Sunday Night) Cast member
2015 Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village 1
Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village 2
2016 Three Meals a Day: Gochang Village
2019 Korean Hostel in Spain[63]
2020 Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village 5
2021 Hangout with Yoo Guest

Music video appearances[edit]

Year Song title Artist
1998 "Even if the World Fools You" Kim Jang-hoon
"Poison" Uhm Jung-hwa
2000 "I am a Man" Kim Jang-hoon
2001 "I Love You" Position
2002 "In My Heart" 4U
2003 Project X [64]
2008 "Rain Shower" Kim Jang-hoon
2011 "Cry Cry" T-ara
2012 "Lovey Dovey"
"I'm Sorry" Lena Park
2017 "Beautiful" Wanna One


Year Title Role
2012 Bring Me My Chariot of Fire Lee Soon-woo

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
1995 Model Line Best Dressed Award Won
Korea Model Association Model of the Year Won
Korea Fashion Photographers Association Won
12th Best Dressed Awards Best Dressed, Model category Won
1996 Korea Fashion Association Male Model of the Year Won
1997 Model Center's Adieu Fashion Festival Grand Prize (Daesang) in Fashion Won
1999 16th Korea Best Dresser Swan Awards Best Dressed Won
2000 37th Grand Bell Awards Best New Actor A Century's End Nominated
21st Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Libera Me Nominated
2001 38th Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Nominated
22nd Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor Kick the Moon Nominated
2002 25th Golden Cinematography Awards Popularity Award Won
2003 39th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Jail Breakers Won
40th Grand Bell Awards Best Actor My Teacher, Mr. Kim Nominated
24th Blue Dragon Film Awards Nominated
16th Grimae Awards Bodyguard Won
KBS Drama Awards Popularity Award Won
Top Excellence Award, Actor Won
Korea Advertisers Association Good Model Award Won
2004 40th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (TV) Bodyguard Nominated
2006 42nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Blood Rain Nominated
2007 TVCF Awards Best CF Model for 2006 Won
15th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor My Son Won [65]
Korea Fashion & Design Awards Fashion Icon Award Won
2008 1st Korea Jewelry Awards Sapphire Award Won
2009 SBS Drama Awards Top 10 Stars City Hall Won [66]
Excellence Award, Actor in a Drama Special Won
2010 5th Asia Model Festival Awards Asia Special Award, Film category Won
2011 1st Hong Kong Cable TV Awards Best Actor City Hall Nominated
5th Mnet 20's Choice Awards Hot Male Body (Best Six-Pack) Won [67]
Hot Drama Star - Male The Greatest Love Won
4th Style Icon Awards Style Icon of the Year Won [68]
9th Korea Lifestyle Awards Best Dressed of the Year - Male Won [69]
4th Korea Drama Awards Best Actor The Greatest Love Nominated
38th Korea Broadcasting Awards Won [70]
24th Grimae Awards Won [71]
SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Special Planning Drama Athena: Goddess of War Nominated
MBC Drama Awards Best Couple Award with Gong Hyo-jin The Greatest Love Won [72]
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Won
2012 48th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (TV) Nominated
2014 SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Drama Special You're All Surrounded Nominated
2015 10th Asia Model Festival Awards Asia Star Award Won
8th Korea Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Splendid Politics Nominated
4th APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Nominated
MBC Drama Awards Top 10 Stars Award Won
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Special Project Drama Nominated
Grand Prize (Daesang) Nominated
2017 Elle Style Awards Super Icon (Male) Won [73]
8th Korean Popular Culture Awards Presidential Recommendation Won [74]
2021 26th Chunsa Film Art Awards 2021 Best Supporting Actor Night in Paradise Nominated [75]
30th Buil Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [76]
41st Golden Cinematography Awards Cinematographers’ Choice Popularity Award Sinkhole Won [77]
2022 2022 Broadcast Advertising Festival CF Star Award Won [78]


Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Forbes 2012 Korea Power Celebrity 25th [79]
2016 11th [80]


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