Jang Hyuk

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Jang Hyuk
Jang-hyuk in 2017 2.jpg
Born Jung Yong-joon
(1976-12-20) December 20, 1976 (age 41)
Busan, South Korea
Education Seoul Institute of the Arts - Film
Dankook University - Theater and Film
Occupation Actor
Years active 1997–present
Agent SidusHQ
Spouse(s) Kim Yeo-jin (m. 2008)
Children 3
Korean name
Revised Romanization Jang Hyeok
McCune–Reischauer Chang Hyŏk
Birth name
Revised Romanization Jeong Yong-jun
McCune–Reischauer Chŏng Yong-jun

Jang Hyuk (born Jung Yong-joon on December 20, 1976) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his leading roles in the films Volcano High (2001) and Windstruck (2004), and the television dramas Successful Story of a Bright Girl (2002), Thank You (2007), The Slave Hunters (2010), Deep Rooted Tree (2011), Fated to Love You (2014), Shine or Go Crazy (2015), Voice (2017) and Money Flower (2017).


1997–2001: Beginnings and rise to fame[edit]

Jung Yong-joon spent most of his childhood and adolescence in his birthplace, Busan, before making his acting debut in 1997 in the television drama Model under the stage name Jang Hyuk. Besides the teen series School and a minor role in the little-seen film Zzang (The Best), Jang appeared in the music video of "To Mother", the 1999 debut single of popular boyband g.o.d, whom he was housemates with at that time.[1][2] Also in 1999, he played the good-hearted yet aggressive Myung-ha in the series Into the Sunlight. Using the stage name "TJ", he had a brief career as a rapper and acted in several music videos from his rap album TJ Project, which was released in 2000.

Jang's career first began to take off in 2001, when he was cast in the lead role of the special-effects extravaganza Volcano High with actress Shin Min-a. His acting in the eccentric role drew praise from fans and critics.[3]

2002–2004: Mainstream popularity and controversy[edit]

In 2002 he continued to make a name for himself, starring in the sleeper hit Jungle Juice, which made the top of the weekly box-office. His popularity continued to increase when he starred in the hugely popular TV drama Successful Story of a Bright Girl with actress Jang Na-ra. He also took a role in Public Toilet, the HK-Korea co-production by acclaimed Hong Kong director Fruit Chan which won a Special Mention in the Upstream section of the 2002 Venice Film Festival.[3]

Jang continued to appear in high-profile projects; in 2003, Jang starred alongside Lee Na-young in the comedy Please Teach Me English, by director Kim Sung-su and the following year, he starred opposite Jun Ji-hyun in Kwak Jae-yong's Windstruck. Although Windstruck was generally not well received in Korea, it went on to beat Shiri and become one of the best-selling Korean films in Japan.[3]

In late 2004, together with fellow actors Song Seung-heon and Han Jae-suk, Jang was found to have illegally avoided his mandatory military service.[3] Amid widespread public condemnation, Jang apologized to his fans, then began to serve his two-year term.[4][5]

2006–2009: Career revival and international collaborations[edit]

After his discharge from the military in 2006,[6] Jang made his comeback in the drama series Thank You.[7] A heartwarming story about a young single mother (played by Gong Hyo-jin) with an HIV-positive daughter and the cynical doctor who enters their lives, Thank You surprisingly became a modest hit, and with it Jang left the stigma of his draft-dodging scandal behind him.[citation needed]

He then signed up for the international movie production Dance of the Dragon (2008), a love story that mixed ballroom dancing with martial arts action and costarred Singaporean actress Fann Wong.[8][9] He won the Best Actor award at the inaugural West Hollywood International Film Festival for his role.[10][11] Jang also made a cameo in Japanese drama Ryokiteki na Kanojo, a remake of the 2001 Korean film My Sassy Girl. After his earlier guesting on star Tsuyoshi Kusanagi's talk show, the director of the drama reportedly added new scenes for Jang that were not included in the original script.[12] Jang then appeared as the love interest in three music videos of Taiwanese singer Elva Hsiao.[13]

More leading roles in TV dramas followed, including Robber (2008) and Tazza (2008) adapted from the gambling manhwa.[14] In 2009, he appeared in the short film His Concern in the omnibus Five Senses of Eros, the risque thriller Searching for the Elephant and the melodrama Maybe.[15][16]

2010–2013: Critical acclaim and continued success[edit]

In 2010, he received the best reviews of his career for his leading role as the slave hunter ("chuno") Dae-gil in the hit fusion period drama The Slave Hunters.[17][18] His acting coach of 14 years described Jang as being relentless in his analysis of a character.[citation needed] According to Jang, "It is easy to fail if you don't understand the steps one has to take to be famous."[19] He won several acting awards, most significantly the Grand Prize ("Daesang") at the KBS Drama Awards,[20] and a Best Actor nomination at the 2011 International Emmy Awards.[21][22][23]

In the same year, he starred in Fall in Love with Anchor Beauty, the Chinese remake of 2000 Korean drama All About Eve.[24] Fall in Love with Anchor Beauty received high ratings in China during its run.[25]

Back in Korea, Jang played a fund manager-turned-lawyer in 2011's Midas, also starring Lee Min-jung and Kim Hee-ae.[26][27] He next starred in legal thriller The Client (2011) with Ha Jung-woo and Park Hee-soon, saying the film satisfied his wish to portray a more emotionally complex persona. Playing a man accused of murdering his wife, Jang said he had to find "the right balance" "as someone who can appear at times like a criminal or at other times like an innocent man."[28]

Initially reluctant to sign on to period drama Deep Rooted Tree (2011) because he found the role of low-level royal guard Kang Chae-yoon uninteresting in the original novel, Jang changed his mind upon reading that the character had been dramatized and made richer in the TV script. It tells the story of Kang investigating a case involving the serial murders of Jiphyeonjeon scholars in Gyeongbok Palace while King Sejong (played by Han Suk-kyu) is developing the Korean alphabet.[29][30]

In 2013, he headlined Iris II, the sequel to the 2009 spy action series.[31][32][33][34] This was his third acting collaboration with actress Lee Da-hae, after Robber and The Slave Hunters.[35][36] He also returned to the big screen in 2013 blockbuster disaster film The Flu, in which he and Soo Ae played a firefighter and a doctor racing against time to find the cure for a deadly strain of the cold virus.[37][38]

To the surprise of many given his past draft-dodging scandal, he then joined Real Men, a weekly show in which six male celebrities are filmed documentary-style as they enter army boot camp. This was Jang's first regular appearance on a variety/reality show in his 17-year acting career. He said, "I'd like to use this opportunity to reflect on myself through Real Men and to experience army life again."[39] He appeared on Real Men from June 2013 to February 2014.[40] He then wrote a collection of essays on his life experiences titled Jang Hyuk, Hot-Blooded Man, published on August 6, 2013.[41][42]


In 2014, he reunited with Volcano High director Kim Tae-kyun in Innocent Thing, a thriller about a high school girl who becomes obsessed with her married gym teacher.[43][44] He also teamed up again with Successful Story of a Bright Girl costar Jang Na-ra in Fated to Love You, a Korean remake of the similarly-titled 2008 Taiwanese drama.[45][46][47] Shortly after, he and Jang starred together for the third time in Old Farewell, about a boxer who travels into the past and re-encounters his recently deceased wife. It was part of the single-episode anthology Drama Festival, and helmed by one of their directors on Fated.[48]

Jang returned to the milieu of period dramas in 2015 with Shine or Go Crazy, a fictional romance between a cursed Goryeo prince and the last princess of Balhae.[49] The film Empire of Lust followed, in which he played the wily and ambitious Yi Bang-won who launched a coup to become the king of Joseon.[50][51] He was next cast in the Chinese film Inside or Outside, a detective mystery co-starring Simon Yam and Wallace Huo.[52] Jang then played a Joseon innkeeper merchant in The Merchant: Gaekju 2015.[53]

In 2016, Jang was cast in the Chinese historical drama New Sea.[54] Back in Korea, Jang starred in KBS's medical drama Beautiful Mind, playing a genius neurosurgeon.[55] Though the drama was critically praised, the number of episodes were brought down from 16 to 14 because of low viewer ratings.[56]

In 2017, he starred in his first cable drama, crime thriller Voice by OCN, where he played an ex-detective who joined a call center's team to track his wife's killer.[57][58] Voice became a hit and its ratings broke OCN's dramas records when it was aired in Korea.[59] His movie Ordinary Person opposite Son Hyun-joo premiered in March 2017, where he acted as a manipulative National Planning Security chief.[60][61] He also starred in weekend drama Money Flower,[62] earning much acclaim and a Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor nomination for his role as a revenge-seeking lawyer.[63]

In 2018, Jang will star in the action film Swordsman.[64] He returned to the small screen with SBS' romantic comedy drama Wok of Love, playing a former gangster turned restaurant owner;[65] and MBC's action melodrama Bad Papa, playing a former champion boxer who chose to become a bad man in order to become a good father.[66]

Personal life[edit]

Jang began dating his girlfriend, Kim Yeo-jin, in 2002. They met at a fitness club, where Kim was his Pilates instructor. The couple's marriage was registered in January 2008, and the ceremony was held in June.[67] His close friends, singer Kim Jong-kook and actor Cha Tae-hyun, participated in the wedding ceremony.[citation needed] The couple have two sons and a daughter, born in February 2008, November 2009 and April 2015 respectively.[68][69]

Jang has practiced Jeet Kune Do for more than 10 years and is a former professional Taekwondo athlete.[citation needed]



Year Title Role Notes
1998 Zzang Im Se-bin
2001 Volcano High Kim Kyung-soo
2002 Jungle Juice Ki-tae
Public Toilet Kim Seon-bak
2003 Please Teach Me English Park Moon-soo
2004 Windstruck Go Myung-woo
S Diary Im Chan cameo
2008 Dance of the Dragon Kwon Tae-san Korea-Singapore-USA collaboration
2009 Five Senses of Eros Jung Min-soo segment: "His Concern"
Maybe Eun-seol
Searching for the Elephant Hyun-woo
2011 The Client Han Chul-min
2013 The Flu Kang Ji-goo
2014 Innocent Thing Kim Joon-ki
2015 Empire of Lust Prince Yi Bang-won
2016 Inside or Outside Woo-geom (Ou Jian) Korea-China collaboration
2017 Because I Love You Fortune teller cameo
Ordinary Person Choi Gyu-nam
2018 The Swordsman Tae-yul

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1997 Model Joon-ho SBS
1999 School Kang Woo-hyuk KBS2
Into the Sunlight Han Myung-ha MBC
2000 Wang Rung's Land Bong-pil SBS
2002 Successful Story of a Bright Girl Han Gi-tae
The Great Ambition Park Jae-young
2007 Thank You Min Gi-seo MBC
2008 Robber Kwon Oh-joon SBS
Ryokiteki na Kanojo Hallyu star "Jang Hyuk" (cameo, ep.1) TBS
Tazza Kim Go-ni SBS
2010 The Slave Hunters Lee Dae-gil KBS2
Fall in Love with Anchor Beauty Chen Yi Po ZJSTV
2011 Midas Kim Do-hyun SBS
Deep Rooted Tree Kang Chae-yoon/Ddol-bok
2013 Iris II: New Generation Jung Yoo-gun KBS2
2014 Fated to Love You Lee Gun MBC
Drama Festival "Old Farewell" Kang Soo-hyuk
Love Cells Neighbor (cameo) Naver TV Cast
2015 Shine or Go Crazy Wang So MBC
The Producers Jang Hyun-sung (cameo, ep.3) KBS2
The Merchant: Gaekju 2015 Chun Bong-sam
2016 Beautiful Mind Lee Young-oh
2017 Voice Moo Jin-hyuk OCN
Hit the Top (cameo, ep.2) KBS2
Money Flower Kang Pil-joo / Jang Eun-cheon MBC
2018 Wok of Love Doo Chil-sung SBS
Bad Papa Yoo Ji-chul MBC
TBA New Sea Zhao Guo Sheng JSTV

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2013 Real Men MBC Cast member (until 2014)
2015 Ding Ge Long Dong Qiang CCTV Chuanju member
The Friends in Croatia Kstar Main cast
2017 Dragon Club – Childish Bromance KBS2 Main cast

Music video[edit]

Year Song Title Artist
1997 "Will You Understand (이해할께)" [70] Cho Kyu Man
1997 "A Request" Lee Seung-hwan
1999 "To Mother" g.o.d
2000 "God Bless TJ" TJ Project
"TJ's Love Story"
"Take the Life of You"
"Hey Girl" [71]
"Love of Sun and Moon"
2001 "A Better Day" jtL
2006 "그저 흐르는 대로" UTO
2008 "Impulse" Elva Hsiao
"The Loneliness of Two People"
"Is There Love?" Kim Yong-jin (ko)
2017 "Hot Sugar" 뜨거운 설탕 Turbo (터보)


Album information Track listing
T.J Project[72]
Track listing
  1. God Bless TJ (feat. g.o.d)
  2. Hey Girl
  3. Take the Life of You
  4. Devil's Heart
  5. 비(햇살 눈부신 날의 비)
  6. 돈(Money)
  7. The Message
  8. 니 소원이 내 손안에 있어
  9. 일월지애(上)
  10. 일월지애(下)
  11. 나쁜 습관
  12. 혁이의 사랑이야기
  13. 아침의 향기
  14. Since 1976
  15. 바이러스


Year Title Publisher ISBN
2013 Jang Hyuk, Hot-Blooded Man Paper Book ISBN 9788997148325

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2000 SBS Drama Awards Best New Actor Wang Rung's Land Won
2002 SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Special Planning Drama Daemang Nominated
Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Successful Story of a Bright Girl Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actor Successful Story of a Bright Girl,
Top 10 Stars Won
2007 MBC Drama Awards[73] Excellence Award, Actor Thank You Nominated
Golden Acting Award, Actor in a Miniseries Won
2008 3rd Asia Model Festival Awards BBF Popular Star Award N/A Won
2nd West Hollywood International Film Festival Best Actor Dance of the Dragon Won
SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Special Planning Drama Tazza Won
Top 10 Stars Won
2010 46th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Television) The Slave Hunters Nominated
5th Seoul International Drama Awards[74] Outstanding Korean Actor Won
3rd Korea Drama Awards[75] Best Actor Won
17th Han Il Culture Awards Acting Award, Cultural Diplomacy category N/A Won
2nd Jewelry Awards Ruby Award N/A Won
5th A-Awards Passion Award N/A Won
23rd Grimae Awards Best Actor The Slave Hunters Won
KBS Drama Awards[20] Grand Prize (Daesang) Won
Top Excellence Award, Actor Nominated
Best Couple Award with Lee Da-hae Won
2011 International Emmy Awards Best Actor Nominated
23rd Korea PD Awards Best Performer, TV Actor category Won
SBS Drama Awards[76] Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Special Planning Drama Midas, Deep Rooted Tree Won
Top 10 Stars Won
2012 46th Taxpayer's Day Presidential Commendation N/A Won
2013 MBC Entertainment Awards Popularity Award in a Variety Show Real Men Won
KBS Drama Awards[77] Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length Drama Iris II Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actor Nominated
2014 3rd APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Fated to Love You Nominated
7th Herald Donga Lifestyle Awards[78] Best Dressed of the Year N/A Won
MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Fated to Love You Won
Best Couple Award with Jang Na-ra Won
Best Actor in a Drama Short Old Farewell Nominated
2015 4th APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Shine or Go Crazy, The Merchant: Gaekju 2015 Nominated
MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Special Project Drama Shine or Go Crazy Nominated
29th KBS Drama Awards[79] Best Couple Award (with Han Chae-ah) The Merchant: Gaekju 2015 Won
Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length Drama Won
Top Excellence Award, Actor Nominated
2016 30th KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Beautiful Mind Nominated
2017 2017 Korean Film Shining Star Awards[80] Drama Star Award Voice Won
MBC Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Money Flower Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Weekend Drama Won
Popularity Award, Actor Nominated
2018 54th Baeksang Arts Awards[81] Best Actor (Television) Nominated
Most Popular Actor Nominated


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