Jo Jung-suk

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Jo Jung-suk
Jo Jung-suk in May 2019.jpg
Jo in June 2019
Born (1980-12-26) December 26, 1980 (age 40)
Seoul, South Korea
Other namesCho Jung-seok
EducationSeoul Institute of the Arts – Theater
OccupationActor
Years active2004–present
AgentCulture Depot
JS Company[1]
JAM Entertainment[2]
Spouse(s)
(m. 2018)
Children1
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationJo Jeong-seok
McCune–ReischauerCho Chŏngsŏk

Jo Jung-suk (born December 26, 1980) is a South Korean actor.[3] He began his career in theater, starring in Spring Awakening, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, and the stage adaptation of The Harmonium in My Memory, among many other musicals and plays.

After nearly a decade on the stage, Jo made his film debut as a comedic supporting actor in the 2012 box office hit Architecture 101, which became his breakout role. His versatility was further showcased by the television series The King 2 Hearts (2012), You're the Best, Lee Soon-shin (2013), Oh My Ghost (2015), Don't Dare to Dream (2016), Hospital Playlist (2020), as well as films The Face Reader (2013), My Love, My Bride (2014), My Annoying Brother (2016), Exit (2019).

Career[edit]

Jo Jung-suk had always wanted to be on stage. He was admitted into the Theater department of Seoul Institute of the Arts on student loan, but after his father died in 2000, Jo's widowed mother became fully dependent on him. He was granted an exemption from military service due to family circumstances, and he quit school before graduating so he could start earning money by doing musicals. He made his professional acting debut in The Nutcracker in 2004.[4]

Jo then became active and well known in musical theatre, acting in a total of 25 musicals during the first nine years of his career,[5] including Organ in My Heart (musical adaptation of The Harmonium in My Memory),[6] Janggeum the Great (musical adaptation of Jewel in the Palace),[7][8] and Korean productions of Hedwig and the Angry Inch,[9] Grease, The Island,[10][11] and Spring Awakening.[12][13]

In 2011 he landed his first television role on cable series What's Up as an awkward but talented music student.[14] But 2012 would be his breakout year, starring in two high-profile projects. In his big screen debut, he played a supporting role in box office hit Architecture 101.[15] As the young hero's best friend Nab-ddeuk, Jo's performance brimmed with personality and comic timing, and he won Best New Actor at the Blue Dragon Film Awards,[16] as well as received nominations from the Grand Bell Awards and Buil Film Awards. He was once again a scene stealer in his third onscreen role as earnest soldier Eun Shi-kyung in the drama series The King 2 Hearts.[17] Jo's display of versatility and screen presence in those projects caused a surge in mainstream popularity for the actor, resulting in close to twenty offers for films and TV series, not to mention commercials.[18][19]

He next starred in big-screen comedy Almost Che, loosely based on a real-life incident from 1985, in which student activists forcibly occupied the US Cultural Center in Seoul and had a standoff with the police.[20][21] After filming the period drama Song Kang-ho-starred The Face Reader (for which he later won Best Supporting Actor at the Grand Bell Awards),[22] Jo returned to television in his first onscreen leading role in the 2013 family drama You're the Best, Lee Soon-shin.[23]

Jo appeared in two films in 2014: the period thriller The Fatal Encounter, where he played an assassin targeting King Jeongjo,[24][25] and the romantic comedy My Love, My Bride, a remake of the same-titled 1990 hit in which he and Shin Min-ah played a newly married couple.[26][27][28]

In 2015, Jo played an arrogant star chef who falls for his kitchen assistant who's been possessed by a virgin ghost in Oh My Ghost, which was a commercial and critical hit.[29][30] He also headlined The Exclusive: Beat the Devil's Tattoo, in which he played a TV news reporter who gets a scoop,[31][32] followed by the time-hopping thriller Time Renegade.[33]

In 2016, Jo played an announcer in SBS's romantic comedy Don't Dare to Dream who falls for a weather announcer (played by Gong Hyo-jin).[34] The series was a hit and led to increased popularity for Jo, who then became one of the most in-demand actors in the industry.[35] He then headlined the comedy-drama film My Annoying Brother alongside Park Shin-hye and Do Kyung-soo of Exo.[36] The film topped box office charts and earned positive reviews for Jo, who was praised for his comedic timing and chemistry with co-star Do.[37]

In 2017, Jo was cast in the gangster thriller The Drug King, directed by Woo Min-ho.[38] The same year, he made his small-screen comeback in MBC's fantasy comedy drama Two Cops.[39][40]

In 2018, Jo was cast in the action thriller film Hit-and-Run Squad in which he took a role as an antagonist,[41] as well as the disaster action film Exit.[42]

In 2019, Jo starred in the historical drama Nokdu Flower.[43][44]

In 2020, Jo starred in the medical drama Hospital Playlist, as one of the main roles, as an assistant professor of general surgery.[45]

Personal life[edit]

Jo has been in a relationship with singer Gummy since 2013.[46]

In June 2018, it was announced that Jo would marry Gummy in fall.[47] On October 8, 2018, news broke that the couple got married privately.[48] On January 6, 2020, Gummy's agency confirmed that she was 7 weeks pregnant with the couple's first child.[49] On August 6, 2020 Jo Jung Seok and wife Gummy welcomed their first daughter.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2012 Architecture 101 Nabddeuki
Almost Che Hwang Young-min / Kang Moon-mo
2013 The Face Reader Paeng-heon
2014 The Fatal Encounter Sal-soo
My Love, My Bride Young-min
2015 The Exclusive: Beat the Devil's Tattoo Heo Moo-hyuk
2016 Time Renegade Ji-hwan
My Annoying Brother Go Doo-shik
2018 Intimate Strangers Yeon-woo (voice)
The Drug King Kim In-goo
2019 Hit-and-Run Squad Jung Jae-cheol
Exit Yong-nam
TBA Nation of Happiness [50]

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
2011 What's Up Kim Byung-gun MBN
2012 The King 2 Hearts Eun Shi-kyung MBC
2013 You Are the Best! Shin Joon-ho KBS2
2015 Oh My Ghost Kang Sun-woo tvN
2016 Don't Dare to Dream Lee Hwa-shin SBS
Legend of the Blue Sea Yoo Jeong-hoon Cameo (Ep. 7–8)[51]
2017–2018 Two Cops Cha Dong-tak / Gong Su-chang MBC
2018 Familiar Wife Kang Sun-woo tvN Cameo (Ep. 15)[52]
2019 Nokdu Flower Baek Yi-kang SBS
2020 Hospital Playlist Lee Ik-joon tvN

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2016 Youth Over Flowers (Iceland) tvN Cast member[53]

Theater[edit]

Year Title Role
2004 The Nutcracker
2005 Nunsense A-Men Sister Mary Leo
2005–2006 Grease Roger
2006 Kingdom of the Wind Ho-dong
Le Passe-Muraille Newsvendor
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Charlie Brown
2006–2007 Hedwig and the Angry Inch Hedwig
2007 All Shook Up Chad
First Love Hae-soo
Pump Boys and Dinettes Jim
2007–2008 Le Passe-Muraille Newsvendor
2008 Evil Dead Ash
Organ in My Heart Kang Dong-soo
Janggeum the Great Jo Gwang-jo
Hedwig and the Angry Inch Hedwig
2009 The Island John
2009–2010 Spring Awakening Moritz
2010–2011 True West Austin
2011 Hedwig and the Angry Inch Hedwig
The Vagina Monologues
2012 Cult Holrangjeok Show
2014 Blood Brothers Mickey
2016 Hedwig and the Angry Inch Hedwig
2018 Amadeus[54] Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Discography[edit]

Year Song title Peak chart positions Sales
(DL)
Album
KOR
[55]
2006 "Sugar Daddy"
"Angry Inch"
- - Hedwig and the Angry Inch
cast recording
2007 "첫사랑"
"멋진키스"
"아버지가 좋아요"
"너의 바다는"
"하지만 나는 안가"
"해수의 바다"
"아직 늦지 않았어"
"사랑해 언제까지나"
- - First Love cast recording
2008 "내 마음의 풍금"
"나의 사랑 수정(Love Thema)"
"웃는이유"
"나비의 꿈"
"아가씨"
"봄이다 그치"
"커피향"
"응급처치"
"소풍"
"때려쳐"
"왜"
"홍연이 안 왔어요"
"Springtime"
- - Organ in My Heart cast recording
2011 "Tear Me Down"
"Wig in a Box"
- - Hedwig and the Angry Inch
cast recording
2012 "푸른옷소매" - - Almost Che OST
"Might Gonna"
"이루어진다"
"With You"
- - What's Up? Japanese edition OST
2013 "완전 사랑해요
(I Completely Love You)"
- - You're the Best, Lee Soon-shin OST
2014 나의 사랑 나의 신부 - 커플송

My Love, My Bride - Couple Song ft Shin Min-a

- - My Love, My Bride OST
2015 "Gimme a Chocolate" - - Gimme a Chocolate single
2016 "Don't Worry" ft. D.O. 100 KOR: 19,498 My Annoying Brother OST
2020 "Aloha" (아로하) 1 N/A Hospital Playlist OST

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2008 14th Korea Musical Awards Best New Actor Organ in My Heart Won [56]
2009 3rd The Musical Awards Best Actor Janggeum the Great Nominated
15th Korea Musical Awards Best Supporting Actor Spring Awakening Won [57]
2010 4th The Musical Awards Won [58]
2012 6th Mnet 20's Choice Awards 20's Booming Actor Architecture 101, The King 2 Hearts Won [59]
21st Buil Film Awards Best New Actor Architecture 101 Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Nominated
49th Grand Bell Awards Nominated
Best New Actor Nominated
33rd Blue Dragon Film Awards Won
20th Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards Won [60]
5th Style Icon Awards New Icon N/A Won [61]
5th Korea Drama Awards Best New Actor The King 2 Hearts Nominated
MBC Drama Awards Nominated
2013 49th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actor (TV) Nominated [62]
4th KOFRA Film Awards Best New Actor Architecture 101 Won [63]
50th Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actor The Face Reader Won [64]
33rd Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Won [65]
34th Blue Dragon Film Awards Nominated
13th Korea World Youth Film Festival Best New Actor Won [66]
KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama You're the Best, Lee Soon-shin Won [67]
Best Couple Award with IU Won
2014 9th Max Movie Awards Best Supporting Actor The Face Reader Nominated
14th Korea World Youth Film Festival Popularity Award My Love, My Bride Won [68]
2015 8th Korea Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor Oh My Ghost Nominated
4th APAN Star Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Nominated
2016 tvN10 Awards Romantic Comedy King Nominated [69]
Two Star Award Won
Best Kiss Award with Park Bo-young 6th place
7th Korean Popular Culture & Arts Awards Cultural Minister Award N/A Won [70]
36th Korea Film Actors Association Korea's Top Star My Annoying Brother Won [71][72]
SBS Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Don't Dare to Dream Nominated [73]
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Romantic Comedy Drama Won
Top 10 Stars Award Won
2017 53rd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (TV) Nominated
MBC Drama Awards
Grand Prize (Daesang) Two Cops Nominated [74]
Drama of the Year Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Monday-Tuesday Drama Won
2018 6th APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Nominated [75]
2019 12th Korea Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Nokdu Flower Nominated [76]
40th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actor Exit Nominated
SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-Length Drama Nokdu Flower Won [77]
2020 25th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actor Exit Nominated [78]
56th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actor (Film) Nominated [79][80]
Korea First Brand award Male Commercial Model N/A Won
18th Brand of the Year Awards 2020 Best Actor of the Year Hospital Playlist Won [81]
Best OST of the Year ("Aloha") Won
7th APAN Star Awards Popular Star Award, Actor Nominated [82]
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Nominated [83]
22nd Mnet Asian Music Awards Best OST ("Aloha") Nominated [84]
Song of the Year ("Aloha") Nominated
2020 Melon Music Awards Best OST ("Aloha") Won [85]
Hot Trend Award Nominated
3th Genie Music Awards Best Ost ("Aloha") Won
Woman Sense 2020 Drama Award Best Actor Won
5th Asia Artist Awards 2020 Popularity Award (Actor) N/A Nominated [86]
2021 35th Golden Disc Awards Best Ost ("Aloha") Hospital Playlist Won [87]
30th Seoul Music Award Best Ost ("Aloha") Won [88]

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