Hwang Seok-jeong

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Hwang Seok-jeong
Born (1971-02-02) February 2, 1971 (age 47)
Busan, South Korea
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present
Korean name
Hangul 황석정
Hanja 黃石正
Revised Romanization Hwang Seok-jeong
McCune–Reischauer Hwang Sǒkchŏng

Hwang Seok-jeong (born February 2, 1971) is a South Korean actress. She has mostly played supporting roles in films and television series, notably Secret Love (2013), Misaeng: Incomplete Life (2014) and She Was Pretty (2015).[1][2][3]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2001 Take Care of My Cat Village chief ajumma/Female beggar
2002 Jungle Juice Seagull 1
2004 Twentidentity
The Last Wolf Track coach
Dance with the Wind Nurse Hee-sun
Ghost House Super hostess
A Bad Son (short film)
2005 Mr. Housewife Housewife Yang Sung-ja
2006 Lost in Love Hye-jung
Les Formidables Detective Hwang
How the Lack of Love Affects Two Men Super woman
2007 The Perfect Couple Female writer
2008 Crazy Waiting Korean history teacher
My Love Yurie San Do-jeok's woman/
Miss Korea contestant/
Miss Korea moderator
Hello, Schoolgirl Professor Ha
2009 Going to Mars
2010 The Yellow Sea Dollar dealer
2011 Funny Neighbors Ok Ok-ja
2012 The Suck Up Project: Mr. XXX-Kisser Ajumma at insurance office
A Company Man Cafe owner
Family Cinema Owner's wife
2013 48M Ri Soon-bok
Dead And Yeon-moo
The Fake Young-sun's mother
2014 Yoon-hee Myung-ja
The Satellite Girl and Milk Cow Witch of the North (voice)
My Brilliant Life Hallelujah 1
Shining Modern History Sooni's mom (voice)
2015 Crown Princess Hong
2016 Unforgettable Gae-deok's mother
2018 Keys to the Heart Department Head Kang
Your Name is Rose

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2007 Two Outs in the Ninth Inning Jang Choo-ja MBC
S Clinic Gae Jak-doo Super Action
2008 Erotic Actress's Murder Case Teacher Park OCN
2009 Raw Family Tutta Family Ma-tu EBS
2010 Secret Garden Korean dry sauna owner SBS
2011 Drama Special "For Her Son" Myung-hwa KBS2
Love Roser Ma-ri GTV
2012 Innocent Man Neighbor Ajumma (cameo) KBS2
2013 Queen of the Office Han Beom-man KBS2
Secret Love Sandra Hwang KBS2
2014 Wonderful Days Choi Jae-sook KBS2
The Night Watchman's Journal Dangkol Eomi MBC
Discovery of Love Restaurant owner KBS2
Misaeng: Incomplete Life Kim Sun-joo tvN
Legendary Witches Oh Man-bok's wife MBC
Schoolgirl Detectives Lee Yeo-joo jTBC
2015 Persevere, Goo Hae-ra Writer Eom Mnet
Falling for Innocence Patient's mother (guest) jTBC
Let's Eat 2 Kim Mi-ran tvN[4]
Save the Family Seorim Hospital cook KBS1
Mask Hwang Mal-ja SBS
The Time We Were Not in Love Airline passenger with dog
(guest, episode 3)
SBS
She Was Pretty Kim Ra-ra MBC
2016 Cheese in the Trap Professor Kang tvN
My Lawyer, Mr. Jo Hwang Ae-ra KBS2
W Webtoon writer (cameo) MBC
Guardian: The Lonely and Great God Ghost tvN
2017 Ruby Ruby Love Dan Ho-bak
The Rebel Wol Ha-mae MBC
Temperature of Love Park Eun-sung SBS
Because This Is My First Life Writer Hwang tvN
2018 The Miracle We Met Lim Do-hee KBS2
Your Honor[5] Lee Ha-yeon SBS

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2014 Kang Yong-suk's Gosohan 19 tvN
2015 Red Handbag KBS W
Mom Is Watching jTBC Cast member
2018 King of Mask Singer MBC Contestant as "Tower Bridge" (Episodes 151)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2015 4th APAN Star Awards Best Supporting Actress
She Was Pretty
Nominated
34th MBC Drama Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bae, Sun-young (22 November 2013). "신스틸러의 발견, '비밀' 황석정 '한예종 대모'의 신화 (인터뷰)". TenAsia (in Korean). Retrieved 10 August 2015.
  2. ^ "황석정 "사는 '꼬라지' 보여줄 게 없는데 반응에 놀라"". Yonhap (in Korean). 10 May 2015. Retrieved 10 August 2015.
  3. ^ Go, Seung-hee (27 May 2015). "인터뷰: 황석정, "대세? 먼지바람을 일으키기 보단 그저 저벅저벅"". The Korea Herald (in Korean). Retrieved 10 August 2015.
  4. ^ Hong, Soo Jung (23 January 2015). "Let′s Eat 2 Confirms Cast with B2ST′s Yoon Du Jun, Seo Hyun Jin and More". eNewsWorld. Retrieved 10 May 2016.
  5. ^ "'친애하는 판사님께' 윤시윤X이유영, 화기애애 대본리딩 첫 공개". Sports Chosun (in Korean). June 26, 2018. Retrieved July 14, 2018.

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