In March 2015
November 7, 1977 |
Seoul, South Korea
(Sociology and English Literature)
|Agent||S.M. Culture & Contents|
|Revised Romanization||Jeon Hyeon-mu|
Jun Hyun-moo (born November 7, 1977) is a South Korean host and television personality.
- Hidden Singer (jTBC, 2012–2015)
- I Live Alone (MBC, 2013–present)
- K-pop Star (SBS, 2013-present)
- Crime Scene (jTBC, 2014)
- Non-Summit (jTBC, 2014–present)
- Brave Writers (E Channel, 2014–present)
- Problematic Men (TvN, 2015–present)
- Happy Together (KBS, 2015–present)
- Old House, New House (jTBC, 2015–present)
- Fantastic Duo (SBS, 2016)
- Trick & True (KBS, 2016–present)
- Phantom Singer (jTBC, 2016–present)
- 2009 KBS Entertainment Awards: Best Newcomer in a Variety Show
- 2011 KBS Entertainment Awards: Top Entertainer Award (Qualifications of Men)
- 2013 MBC Entertainment Awards: Excellence Award in Radio (Good Morning FM)
- 2014 20th Korean Entertainment Art Awards: Best Radio Host (Good Morning FM)
- 2014 22nd Korea Culture and Entertainment Awards: Grand Prize (Daesang) for MC
- 2014 MBC Entertainment Awards: Excellence Award in a Variety Show (I Live Alone)
- 2015 51st Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Male Variety Performer (Non-Summit, I Live Alone)
- 2016 KBS Entertainment Awards : Excellence Awards (Talk Show)
- 2016 SBS Entertainment Awards : Excellence Awards (Talk Show) 
- 2016 MBC Entertainment Awards : Special Award (Variety)
- Shin, Nara (2012-09-07). "전현무, 12일 KBS 퇴사일 결정 '진짜 안녕'".
- Lee, Sun-min (1 August 2014). "Jun Hyun-moo emcees a fan's wedding". Korea JoongAng Daily.
- "Two Days and One Night awarded with grand prize at KBS Entertainment Awards". 10Asia. 26 December 2011.
- "Dad, Where Are You Going wins the Daesang at the 2013 MBC Entertainment Awards + other winners!". Allkpop. 29 December 2013.
- "Winners of The 2014 MBC Entertainment Awards". Soompi. 29 December 2014.
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