Cho Jun-ho (judoka)
|Full name||Cho Jun Ho|
|Born||December 16, 1988|
Busan, South Korea
Cho Jun-Ho (Korean: 조준호, Korean pronunciation: [tɕo.dʑun.ɦo]; born 16 December 1988 in Busan) is a South Korean judoka. He won a bronze medal in the 66 kg event at the 2012 Summer Olympics. He currently coaches the Korean National Women's Judo team.
In addition to his judo career, Cho has also made numerous appearances on the Korean television sports variety show Cool Kiz on the Block as a coach. His appearances on the show made news headlines and he became highly searched on Korean search rankings after airings of the show due to his unexpected humour and wit.
Cho's family consists of his mother, father, and two brothers, all of whom have made guest appearances on the Korean television sports variety show Cool Kiz on the Block. They were nicknamed "the Judo Family" due to the whole family being highly involved in different aspects of the sport. Cho's identical twin brother, Cho Jun-hyun, was also a member of the Korean national judo team. His youngest brother is on the Korean judo national reserve team.
Samsung Middle School
Busan Sport High School
|Invincible Youth season 2||KBS2||Guest (Episode 38 with National Judo Champions)|
|2014||Quiz to Change the World||MBC||Guest|
|2015–2016||Our Neighborhood Arts and Physical Education||KBS2||Judo coach (Episodes 125–130, 132–143, 168, 170)|
|2017||I Live Alone||MBC||Guest (Episode 194)|
|2 Days & 1 Night||KBS2||Guest (Season 3 Episode 178)|
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