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Hwang Jung-min
Hwang in November 2013
Born (1970-09-01) September 1, 1970 (age 53)
EducationSeoul Institute of the Arts – Theater
Years active1994–present
AgentSEM Company
Height182 cm (6 ft 0 in)
Spouse
Kim Mi-hye
(m. 2004)
Children1
Korean name
Hangul
황정민
Hanja
Revised RomanizationHwang Jeong-min
McCune–ReischauerHwang Ch'ŏngmin

Hwang Jung-min (born September 1, 1970) is a South Korean actor. He established himself as a leading man in the romantic drama You Are My Sunshine (2005). One of the highest-grossing actors in South Korea, Hwang has starred in several box office hits such as The Unjust (2010), Dancing Queen (2012), New World (2013), Ode to My Father (2014), Veteran (2015), The Himalayas (2015), A Violent Prosecutor (2016), The Wailing (2016), The Spy Gone North (2018), Deliver Us from Evil (2020), 12.12: The Day (2023).[4][5] His performance in the latter earned him Best Actor at the 60th Baeksang Arts Awards.[6]

Hwang is the second actor in South Korea to be part of the "100 Million Viewer Club" in Chungmuro.[7]

Career[edit]

1995–2004: Beginnings and transition to films[edit]

Hwang Jung-min began his career in musical theatre, making his acting debut in Line 1 in 1995.[8][9][10] He then starred in various musicals and plays in Daehangno such as Jesus Christ Superstar and Cats.

Despite a career on stage, Hwang had difficulty transitioning to film. He went through a long struggle for recognition, with people saying he "didn't have the right face for film." He even considered giving up his dream, but stuck to his conviction about walking the path of acting. Hwang said, "After becoming interested about the stage and how it feels to be that person on stage, I've never thought of anything else. That I never swayed -- that is one thing I can say with confidence."[11]

His big break came when he was cast in Waikiki Brothers, a 2001 film that was a sleeper hit in Korea. In his role as a hopeless drummer, Hwang left a strong impression and earned favorable reviews, with director Yim Soon-rye calling him "an uncut gemstone". Hwang went on to have prominent roles in Road Movie, A Good Lawyer's Wife, Heaven's Soldiers and A Bittersweet Life.[12]

2005–2007: Mainstream breakthrough[edit]

But it was in 2005 that Hwang became a household name, portraying a naive farmer in love with an AIDS-stricken prostitute in the hit melodrama You Are My Sunshine. Hwang explains that he was "moved by the tale of the genuine love between two people. I agreed with the director's idea of showing it as pure love, like an uncut gem, without sloppily adding to it or embellishing it."[13]

When he accepted the best actor award at the Blue Dragon Film Awards for his performance in You Are My Sunshine, many were moved by his now-famous speech: "All I did was add a spoon to a dinner table that had already been prepared by others."[14][15]

He received further acclaim for his roles as an insurance investigator in Black House,[16] a troubled club CEO who falls in love with a woman with a terminal illness in Happiness,[17] a superhero in A Man Who Was Superman[18][19] and a private detective in Private Eye.[20]

Hwang has said that when choosing scripts, he looks at the overall storyline rather than the character itself.[21] He then exerts effort to continuously bring out the character's inner workings. Hwang said, "It is very important that you don't get too absorbed in yourself. You must always remember that there is another person watching the scene. Maintaining objectivity is important." Hwang emphasizes sincerity and empathy in his acting.[15] "The camera doesn't lie. You can never fool the viewer. You have to act with your heart, not your head." It is because of this commitment to emotional truth that Hwang can confidently tell interviewers that he is 100 percent satisfied with his work. During a crisis on set, or when he is either feeling too satisfied or caught up in mannerisms, he takes out notes he made when he first read the screenplay. He said, "I look at the screenplay again and again. That's where all the answers are."[13]

2008–2012: Return to theater, television series and directorial debut[edit]

He made a triumphant return to the stage in the 2008 production of Nine.[22][23] The theater producer said that it took three years to cast the leading role because in Hwang he had found the right actor to rival Antonio Banderas' Broadway performance.[24][25] He has since starred in University of Laughs,[26] The Wedding Singer[27] and Man of La Mancha.[28] Hwang says, "A movie is the art of a director but the play is the art of an actor."[26]

2009's The Accidental Couple was particularly special to Hwang, as it was his first time starring in a television drama in his 14-year acting career.[29][30]

For his role as a blind swordsman in the 2010 period film Blades of Blood, Hwang went to schools for the blind to observe their movements.[31][32] He then starred in The Unjust, a highly acclaimed noir about corruption in the South Korean justice system;[33][34] followed by conspiracy film Moby Dick as a reporter.[35][36]

Hwang then reunited with actress Uhm Jung-hwa (whom he previously starred with in 2005 ensemble romantic comedy All for Love) in the 2012 box office hit Dancing Queen.[37] He returned to TV in the 2012 cable drama Korean Peninsula,[38] but it was less successful.[39]

In late 2012, Hwang made his debut as a theatre director in Stephen Sondheim's musical Assassins, which he also starred in.[40]

2013–present: Acclaim[edit]

Hwang returned his focus to films, starring in noir film New World (2013), where his performance was singled out by The New York Times.[41] He once again worked with Uhm Jung-hwa in the queer film In My End Is My Beginning (which was expanded from a short film in 2009's Five Senses of Eros). Hwang then played a middle-aged fighter in the sports film Fists of Legend, performing all the stunts himself.[42]

In 2014, Hwang starred in romance drama Man in Love. He said that he chose to star in the film to support diversity in the Korean film industry, and because he wanted to show the human side of his character, a terminally ill gangster who falls in love for the first time.[43]

Then later in the year, Hwang headlined Ode to My Father, embodying the Korean everyman against the backdrop of modern history from the 1950s to the present day; the film depicted the Hungnam evacuation during the Korean War, coalmining gastarbeiters in Germany in the 1960s, and the Vietnam War. Ode to My Father became the second highest-grossing film in the history of Korean cinema, with 14.2 million tickets sold.[12][44][45]

He reunited with The Unjust director Ryoo Seung-wan in 2015 for Veteran, playing a hot-tempered police detective tracking an arrogant and heartless chaebol heir.[46] The film was another smash hit, and is currently the 3rd all-time highest-grossing film in Korean cinema history.[47] Hwang then starred in the budget mountaineering film The Himalayas, where he plays renowned Korean mountaineer Um Hong-gil, who became the first person to reach the 16 highest mountain peaks on Earth.[48]

In 2016, he starred alongside Kang Dong-won in the crime comedy A Violent Prosecutor, which became the second highest-grossing film of 2016.[49] This was followed by Na Hong-jin's critically acclaimed horror The Wailing,[50] and noir film Asura: The City of Madness, which premiered at the 41st Toronto Film Festival.[51] Hwang was named Gallup Korea's Films Actor of the Year for 2016.[52]

Hwang then starred in the war film The Battleship Island alongside So Ji-sub and Song Joong-ki.[53] The film marks his second collaboration with director Ryoo Seung-wan following Veteran.[54]

In 2018, he starred in The Spy Gone North, a spy film directed by Yoon Jong-bin.[55][56] He was also cast in the science fiction film Return.[57]

Personal life[edit]

Hwang married musical theatre actress Kim Mi-hye on September 6, 2004.[58][59] They have a son named Hwang Sae-hyun.[60]

His younger brother is music director/composer Hwang Sang-jun.[61]

On average, Hwang stars in three to four films a year. To critics who say that he does too many, Hwang responded, "I believe it is the responsibility of actors to try their best at acting when they come across screenplays that suit them.[43] I breathe only when I act."[15]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1990 The General's Son Bar waiter Bit part [62][63]
1999 Shiri Special Investigation Team Agent Bit part
2001 Waikiki Brothers Kang-soo
2002 YMCA Baseball Team Ryu Kwang-tae
Road Movie Dae-shik
2003 A Good Lawyer's Wife Ju Yeong-jak
2004 The Wolf Returns Go Jeong-sik
2005 This Charming Girl Writer
A Bittersweet Life Baek Dae-sik Special appearance
Heaven's Soldiers Park Jung-woo
You Are My Sunshine Seok-joong
All for Love Na Do-chul
2006 Bloody Tie Do Jin-kwang
Over the Hedge RJ (voice) Korean dub
2007 Black House Jeon Joon-oh
Happiness Young-su
Eleventh Mom Baek-jung
2008 A Man Who Was Superman Lee Hyuk-suk
2009 Private Eye Hong Jin-ho
Five Senses of Eros Min Jae-in Segment: "In My End Is My Beginning"
2010 Blades of Blood Hwang Jeong-hak
The Unjust Choi Cheol-gi
2011 Battlefield Heroes Kim Beob-min Cameo
Moby Dick Lee Bang-woo
2012 Dancing Queen Himself
2013 New World Jung Chung
In My End Is My Beginning Min Jae-in
Fists of Legend Im Deok-kyu
2014 Man in Love Han Tae-il
Ode to My Father Yoon Deok-soo
2015 Veteran Seo Do-cheol
The Himalayas Um Hong-gil
2016 A Violent Prosecutor Byun Jae-wook
The Wailing Il-gwang
Asura: The City of Madness Park Sung-bae
2017 The Battleship Island Lee Kang-ok
2018 The Spy Gone North Park Seok-young
2019 Money Orderer's voice Cameo
2020 Deliver Us From Evil Kim In Nam [64]
2021 Hostage: Missing Celebrity Jeong-min [65]
2022 Hunt Lieutenant Lee Cameo [66]
2023 The Point Men Jung Jae-ho [67]
Kill Boksoon Shinichiro Oda / Kim Kwang-li Special appearance [68]
12.12: The Day Chun Doo-gwang [69]
2024 Mission: Cross Kang Moo [70]
I, the Executioner Seo Do-cheol [71]
TBA Hope Beom-seok [72]

Short film[edit]

Year Title
2003 The End of a Wicked Woman
2010 The Most Beautiful

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role
2009 The Accidental Couple Gu Dong-baek
2012 Korean Peninsula Seo Myung-joon
2020 Hush Han Joon Hyuk

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Ref.
English Korean
2022 Narco-Saints 수리남 Jeon Yo-hwan [73][74][75]

Music video appearances[edit]

Year Song Title Artist Ref.
2005 "On one's way back" (귀로) Na Eol
2016 "What a wonderful cane" (톡탁) Lee Dong-woo [76]
2021 "'Thank U" Yunho [77]
"Noting special with the day" (별거 없던 그 하루로) Im Chang-jung [78]

Stage[edit]

Musical[edit]

Musical play performances
Year Title Role Theater Date Ref.
English Korean
1995 Line 1 지하철 1호선 Cheolsu, Washboard,
Little Bastard,
Minister's Widow
Hakjeon Blue Theater Small Theater May 2 [79]
1995 Dog Poop 개똥이 wheel, earthworm Seoul Arts Center Towol Theater October 17 to November 5 [80][81]
1996 Line 1 (제20회) 서울연극제 ; 지하철 1호선 Cheolsu,
Washboard,
Little Bastard
Pre-school Green Small Theater September 10 [82]
1997 Jesus Christ Superstar 지저스 크라이스트 슈퍼스타 Simone,
a member of the ensor
Sejong Center for the Performing Arts Auditorium December 24 to 28 [83][84]
1998 Blood Brothers 의형제 ugly, man 1, policeman 1, student Pre-school Green Small Theater September 1 [85]
1997 Dog Poop 개똥이 wheel,
earthworm
Cultural Center Grand Theater March 29 to April 9 [86]
1999 Moskito 모스키토 Baek Ga-ri Hakjeon Blue Theater Small Theater May 1 to August 15 [87]
Cats 캣츠 Rum tum tuger
2001 Tommy 토미 Tommy Sejong Center for the Performing Arts November 4 to 11 [88][89]
2001 Line 1 지하철 1호선 Mundi,
Kim Byeong-jang,
ppallaepan,
Office Worker,
Minister's Widow
Hakjeon Blue Theater Small Theater March 15 to 18 [90]
April 27 to June 17 [91][92]
2004 42nd Street 브로드웨이 42번가 Billy Lorre Popcorn House in Jeong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul May 15 to August 1 [93][94]
2008 Nine 나인 Guido Contini LG Arts Center January 22 [95]
2009-2010 The Wedding Singer 웨딩 싱어 Robby Heart Chungmu Art Hall grand theater November 27 to January 31 [96]
2012 Man of La Mancha 맨 오브 라만차 Miguel de Cervantes
Don Quijote
Charlotte Theater Juni 19 to December 31 [97]
2012-2013 Assassins 어쌔신 Charlie Guiteau Doosan Art Center Yeongang Hall November 20 to February 3 [98]
2015–2016 Okepi (Orchestra Pit) 오케피 Commander LG Arts Center December 18 to February 28 [99]

Theater[edit]

Theater play performances
Year Title Role Theater Date Ref.
English Korean
1991 Hamlet 햄릿 Ozrik
1993 Rhinoceros 코뿔소 Waitress Batangol Small Theater January 30 to March 3 [100]
1993 Birthday Party 생일파티 Stage Director Dongsung Art Center Small Theater August 8 to September 5 [101]
1993 Male Impulse 남자충동 Mr. Park Cultural Center grand theater October 3 to 8 [102]
Hoam Art Hall October 10 to November 2 [103]
2008-2009 University of Laughs 웃음의 대학 Writer Dongsung Art Center Dongsung Hall October 24 to November 30 [104]
2018 Richard III 리처드 3세 Richard III Seoul Arts Centre CJ Towol Theatre February 6 to March 4 [105]
2019 Oedipus 오이디푸스 Oedipus Seoul Arts Centre CJ Towol Theatre January 29 to February 24 [106]
Moakdang, Korea Sound Culture Center, Jeonju March 8 to 9 [107]
Guri Art Hall Cosmos Grand Theater March 22 to 23 [108]
GS Caltex Yeulmaru Grand Theater, Yeosu March 29 to 31 [109]
Ulsan Culture and Arts Center Main Performance Hall April 5 to 6 [110]
2021–2022 Richard III 리처드 3세 Richard III Seoul Arts Centre CJ Towol Theatre January 11 to February 13 [111]
2024 Macbeth 맥베스 Machbeth National Theater's Haeoreum Theater July 13th to August 18th [112]

Discography[edit]

Song name Year Album name Notes
"너는 내 운명 Sun Together" You are my destiny (Sun Together) 2005 You Are My Sunshine OST by Hwang Jung-min and Jeon Do-yeon
"A Honeyed Question" 2005 A Bittersweet Life OST by Hwang Jung-min
"누구를 위한 삶인가" Who are you living for? 2006 Bloody Tie OST by Leessang feat. Hwang Jung-min and Ryoo Seung-bum
"We" 2010 single by Jang Dong-gun, Kim Seung-woo, Hwang Jung-min, Gong Hyung-jin, Ji Jin-hee, Lee Ha-na - Actors Choice
No regrets 2013 Legendary Fist Special OST Jeong-min Hwang, Jun-sang Yoo , Do-hyeon Yoon
"Beyond the window, you'll vaguely remember the old days" 2015 Himalaya Special Remake YB , Hwang Jeong-min

Accolades[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award-giving body Category Nominated work(s) Result Ref.
2002 39th Grand Bell Awards Best New Actor Waikiki Brothers Nominated
1st Korean Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Won
3rd Busan Film Critics Awards Best New Actor Road Movie Won
23rd Blue Dragon Film Awards Best New Actor Won
22nd Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best New Actor Won
5th Director's Cut Awards Best New Actor Won
2003 40th Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Nominated
2nd Korean Film Awards Best New Actor Nominated
Best Actor Nominated
2005 42nd Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actor A Bittersweet Life Won
4th Korean Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Won [113]
Best Actor You Are My Sunshine Won [113]
26th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Couple Award (with Jeon Do-yeon) Won
Best Supporting Actor A Bittersweet Life Nominated
Best Actor You Are My Sunshine Won [114]
13th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor Nominated
2006 3rd Max Movie Awards Best Actor Won
29th Golden Cinematography Awards Best Actor Won
42nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Nominated
43rd Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Nominated
7th Busan Film Critics Awards Best Actor Bloody Tie Won
5th Korean Film Awards Best Actor Nominated
2007 28th Blue Dragon Film Awards Popular Star Award Happiness Won [115]
Best Actor Nominated
2008 45th Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Nominated
2nd The Musical Awards Best Actor Nine Nominated
2009 4th Golden Ticket Awards Korea's Top Film Star Won
17th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor Private Eye Nominated
KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries The Accidental Couple Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actor Nominated
2011 15th Fantasia Festival Best Actor (shared with Ryoo Seung-bum) The Unjust Won [116]
2012 49th Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Dancing Queen Nominated
16th Korea Musical Awards Best Actor Man of La Mancha Nominated
2013 Korea Film Actor's Association Awards Top Star Award New World Won [117]
49th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Nominated
50th Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Nominated
Fists of Legend Nominated
34th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor New World Won [118]
22nd Buil Film Awards Best Actor Won [119]
33rd Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best Actor Nominated
2014 9th Max Movie Awards Best Actor Nominated
19th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor Nominated
2015 10th Max Movie Awards Best Actor Ode to My Father Nominated
20th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor Nominated
Jecheon International Music & Film Festival Best Actor Won [120]
52nd Grand Bell Awards Best Actor Won [121]
8th Seoul Senior Citizen Movie Awards Movie in couple Award (with Yunjin Kim) Won
35th Golden Cinema Festival Grand Prize (Daesang) Won [122]
15th Director's Cut Awards Best Actor Won [123]
2nd Korean Film Producers Association Awards Best Actor Won [124]
36th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor Veteran Nominated
2016 11th Max Movie Awards Best Actor The Himalayas Nominated
52nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Veteran Nominated
Grand Prize (Film) Veteran, The Himalayas, A Violent Prosecutor Nominated
25th Buil Film Awards Best Actor Veteran Nominated
Best Supporting Actor The Wailing Nominated
53rd Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated
2017 22nd Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated
1st The Seoul Awards Best Actor (Film) The Battleship Island Nominated
2018 27th Buil Film Awards Best Actor The Spy Gone North Nominated [125]
55th Grand Bell Awards Won [126]
2019 Seoul Institute of the Arts Alumni Association Light of Life Award Hwang Jung-min Won [127]
2021 41st Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor Deliver Us from Evil Nominated [128][129][130]
2022 27th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor Hostage: Missing Celebrity Nominated [131]
2023 Director's Cut Awards Best Actor in Television Narco-Saints Nominated [132]
2024 60th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor – Film 12.12: The Day Won [133][134]
Most Popular Actor Hwang Jung-min Nominated
2024 Asian Film Awards Best Actor 12.12: The Day Nominated [135]
2024 Director's Cut Awards Best Actor (Film) Nominated [136]

State honors[edit]

Name of country, year given, and name of honor
Country Ceremony Year Honor or Award Ref.
South Korea Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards[a] 2023 Presidential Commendation [140]
45th Taxpayers' Day 2011 Presidential Commendation [141]

Listicles[edit]

Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement [142][143]
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Forbes 2014 Korea Power Celebrity 40 25th [144]
2016 14th [145]
Gallup Korea 2005 Gallup Korea's Film Actor of the Year 4th [146]
2014 19th [147]
2015 3rd [148]
2016 1st [149]
2017 4th [150]
2018 8th [151]
2019 9th [152]
2020 4th [153]
2021 6th [154]
2022 5th[b] [155]
2023 4th[c]
The Screen 2019 2009-2019 Top Box Office Powerhouse Actors in Korean Movies 2nd [156]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Honors are given at the Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards, arranged by the Korea Creative Content Agency and hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.[137][138] They are awarded to those who have contributed to the arts and South Korea's pop culture.[139]
  2. ^ Tied with Jung Woo-sung
  3. ^ Tied with Lee Jung-jae

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