Choi Cheol-ho

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Choi Cheol-ho
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Choi Cheol-ho at OCN press conference for Hero in March 2012
Born (1970-03-02) 2 March 1970 (age 47)
Seoul, South Korea
Years active 1990-present
Agent Office Zero
Spouse(s) Kim Hye-sook (m. 2005)
Korean name
Hangul 최철호
Revised Romanization Choe Cheol-ho
McCune–Reischauer Ch'oe Chŏl-ho

Choi Cheol-ho (Hangul최철호; born 2 March 1970) is a South Korean actor. He rose to fame after appearing in the hit drama Queen of Housewives (also known as My Wife is a Superwoman, 2009).[1] Other notable roles include King Seonjo in The Immortal Lee Soon-shin (2004), Geolsa Biu in Dae Jo Yeong (2006) and King Gyeongjong in Empress Cheonchu (also known as The Iron Empress, 2009).

Personal life[edit]

He married Kim Hye-sook on 7 August 2005. Kim was the Chungnam representative at the 2004 Miss Korea pageant.[2] They have one son, Choi Min-joon.[3]

Choi was investigated for drunkenly assaulting an aspiring actress on 8 July 2010, with the incident caught on CCTV.[4]


Television series[edit]


  • The Most Beautiful Picnic in The World (unreleased, filmed in 2010)
  • Solace (2006)
  • Who's Got the Tape (2004)
  • Summertime (2001)
  • General Hospital the Movie: A Thousand Days (2000)
  • The Butcher's Wife (1999)
  • Calla (1999)
  • Tie a Yellow Ribbon (1998)
  • The Quiet Family (1998)
  • The Contact (1997)
  • Confession (2015)



  1. ^ Ko, Kyoung-seok (29 April 2009). '내조의 여왕' 최철호 "내 생애 최고의 순간을 보내고 있다"(인터뷰). 10Asia (in Korean). Retrieved 2014-02-25. 
  2. ^ 최철호부부 ‘케이크도 자르고 러브샷도 하고’. Newsen (in Korean). 7 August 2005. Retrieved 2014-02-25. 
  3. ^ ‘폭행 물의’ 최철호 근황 공개…아내 “사건 4일 후 아이 초음파 검사“ 눈물. Sports Dong-A (in Korean). 9 June 2011. Retrieved 2014-02-25. 
  4. ^ Lee, Hyo-won (12 July 2010). "Choi admits assault, will leave TV role". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2014-02-25. 
  5. ^ Sunwoo, Carla (17 August 2012). "Choi Cheol-ho to work alongside Kim Hyun-joong". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved 2014-02-25. 
  6. ^ Sang-hee, Han (19 January 2010). "New Romantic Drama Aiming to Top Period Piece". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2011-04-08. 

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