Kim Ji-hoon (actor born 1981)

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Kim Ji-hoon
Kim Ji-hoon (actor born 1981) 빈폴 '윈터스토리'.jpg
Born (1981-05-09) May 9, 1981 (age 36)
Seoul, South Korea
Other names Kim Ji-hun
Education Ajou University - Psychology
Occupation Actor
Years active 2002-present
Agent Fly Up Entertainment
Korean name
Hangul 김지훈
Revised Romanization Gim Ji-hun
McCune–Reischauer Kim Chi-hun

Kim Ji-hoon (born May 9, 1981) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his romantic comedies on television such as The Golden Age of Daughters-in-Law (2007), Love Marriage (also known as Matchmaker's Lover, 2008), Stars Falling from the Sky (also known as Wish Upon a Star, 2010), and Flower Boys Next Door (2012). In 2010, he also appeared in the film Natalie, and cable mystery series Joseon X-Files.[1][2][3]


Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2002 Loving You Choi Sung-wook KBS2
2003 A Problem at My Younger Brother's House Park Young-goo SBS
2004 MBC Best Theater
"Kang Jang-soo's Love House"
Kang Jang-soo MBC
Land young Kim Gil-sang SBS
2005 Love Hymn Kang Hyuk MBC
Golden Apple Kim Kyung-gu KBS2
Yap (mobile sitcom) Kim Ji-hoon Wiseong DMB
2006 Great Inheritance Choi Shi-wan KBS2
How Much Love Seo Dong-soo MBC
2007 Flowers for My Life Go Eun-tak KBS2
The Golden Age of Daughters-in-Law Lee Bok-su KBS2
2008 Why Did You Come to My House? Jo Gi-dong SBS
Love Marriage Park Hyun-soo KBS2
2009 The Iron Empress Hyeonjong KBS2
2010 Wish Upon a Star Won Kang-ha SBS
Joseon X-Files Kim Hyung-do tvN
2011 Marching Na Yo-han KFN
2013 Flower Boys Next Door Oh Jin-rak tvN
Goddess of Marriage Kang Tae-wook SBS
2014 Jang Bo-ri is Here! Lee Jae-hwa MBC
2015 Drama Special "Funny Woman" Oh Jung-woo KBS2
2016 Sweet Stranger and Me Jo Dong-jin KBS2
First Seven Kisses Special appearance Ep.1 Naver TV Cast
2017 Please Find Her Kim Jung-nam KBS World
Bad Thief, Good Thief Han Jun-hee /
Jang Min-jae


Year Title Role
2010 Natalie Min-woo

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2001 Hotline Mnet VJ
요리조리 팡팡 EBS Host
2008 Sang Sang Plus - Season 2 KBS2 Host
2014 Running Man SBS Guest, episode 218
Saturday Night Live Korea tvN Host, episode 98
2015 Crime Scene - Season 2 jTBC Guest, episodes 2-3, 11
Let's Eat with Friends tvN
Some Guys, Some Girls SBS
2017 Crime Scene (season 3) JTBC Cast member

Music video[edit]

Year Song Title Artist
2002 "Propose" Kangta
2002 "Don't Go Away Ver. 2" Chu Ga Yeoul[4]
2006 "300 Won Coins" Tutti
"Memory" Yurisangja
2007 "Beautiful Woman" Lee Ki-chan
2008 "You Said You Love Me" Sungje
2009 "The Following Car Is Honking" MC the Max


Year Title Role
2010 University of Laughs Playwright[5]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2006 MBC Drama Awards Best New Actor How Much Love Won
2007 KBS Drama Awards Best New Actor The Golden Age of Daughters-in-Law Won
Best Couple Award with Lee Soo-kyung Won
2013 SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Weekend/Daily Drama Goddess of Marriage Won
2014 3rd APAN Star Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Jang Bo-ri is Here! Won
22nd Korea Culture and Entertainment Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Drama Won
MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Won


  1. ^ Kim, Lynn (11 November 2009). "Actor Kim Ji-hoon to hold fan meeting in Japan". 10Asia. Retrieved 2012-11-19. 
  2. ^ Park, Kun-ouc (4 October 2010). "Actor Kim Ji-hoon enters military today". 10Asia. Retrieved 2012-11-19. 
  3. ^ Sunwoo, Carla (12 July 2012). "Kim Ji-hun to be discharged from Army". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved 2012-11-19. 
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  5. ^ 스타 포커스: 김지훈 "잘나서 잘릴 뻔 했죠…하하" [Kim Ji-hoon on his theater debut]. The Dong-a Ilbo (in Korean). 28 May 2010. Retrieved 2012-11-23. 

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