Kim Yong-gun

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Kim Yong-gun
Born (1946-05-08) May 8, 1946 (age 71)
Gyeongseong, Korea USA Military Government
Other names Kim Yong-geon
Education Yonsei University College of Medicine - 2nd Year Premed
Occupation Actor
Years active 1967-present
Relatives Ha Jung-woo (son)
Cha Hyun-woo (son)
Korean name
Hangul 김용건
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gim Yong-geon
McCune–Reischauer Kim Yong-gŏn

Kim Yong-gun (born May 8, 1946) is a South Korean actor. His sons Ha Jung-woo and Cha Hyun-woo are also actors.[1][2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
1969 Myeongdong Wanderer
1975 A Man Causing a Typhoon
1984 Gone Too Far
1989 25 Dollar People
1991 Milk Chocolate 1950-1990 Sung So-ah
Madame Tantra Shin Gyo-su
1992 Walking All the Way to Heaven Jung-man
1997 Poison
2003 Show Show Show Yoon-hee's father
The First Amendment of Korea Oh Man-bong
Love: Impossible Government administration director
Mr. Butterfly
Please Teach Me English Na Young-ju's father
2004 100 Days with Mr. Arrogant Ahn Hyung-jun's father
2005 Princess Aurora Na Jae-geun
2006 Marrying the Mafia III Jang Jeong-jong
200 Pounds Beauty Record company CEO Choi
2009 Take Off Chairman of the organizing committee
2012 Code Name: Jackal Angela's husband
2013 Born to Sing CEO Hong
Mr. Go Owner of the Doosan Bears

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1971 Twelve Months in a Year MBC
1972 Stepmother MBC
1975 Bride's Diary MBC
1980 Who Are You MBC
Lifetime in the Country Kim Yong-jin MBC
1981 Tiger Teacher Joo-hee's father MBC
1st Republic Yun Chi-young MBC
1983 25th Hour Ambition MBC
1984 500 Years of Joseon: The Ume Tree
in the Midst of the Snow
No Sasin MBC
1985 500 Years of Joseon: The Imjin War Yi Hang-bok MBC
1986 500 Years of Joseon: The Hoechun Gate Yi Hang-bok MBC
1987 Album of Life Shin Hyung-wook MBC
Beautiful Secret Love Affair MBC
1989 500 Years of Joseon: Pa Mun King Jeongjo MBC
Great Challenge MBC
절반의 실패 (episode 8: "재혼") KBS2
1990 Rose of Betrayal Kim Sung-joon MBC
500 Years of Joseon: Daewongun Inoue Kaoru MBC
1991 Magpie Daughter-in-law Min-gook MBC
A Thief's Wife KBS2
1992 Yesterday's Green Grass Young-hwan KBS1
Reunion SBS
Wind in the Forest PR director KBS2
4-Day Love Yoo-jin's father MBC
1993 호박은 넝쿨째 오지 않는다 Jeon Jong-soo MBC
Sisters Kim Yong-joo MBC
1994 Man on the Roof KBS1
Police Son Byung-do KBS2
The Moon of Seoul Gigolo teacher Park MBC
MBC Best Theater "Man Making Jogaetang" Heo Man-pyung MBC
1995 Creating a Song MBC
Hopefully the Sky KBS1
TV Novel: Road Won-young KBS2
Bold Men KBS2
Inside the Mysterious Mirror Managing director Hwang SBS
The Season of Puberty Jae-kyung's father MBC
1996 Daughter-in-law's Three Kingdoms Haejangguk restaurant kitchen assistant KBS2
Mom's Out of Town Park Sung-il KBS2
Three Guys and Three Girls Woo Yong-gun MBC
1997 Palace of Dreams SBS
Third Man Yoo Seung-tae MBC
Somehow Today Is KBS2
Legend of Heroes Chairman Kang MBC
Wedding Dress Ha-na's father KBS2
1998 As We Live Our Lives Second son-in-law KBS1
1999 Promise Company president Jung SBS
Into the Sunlight Jung Young-gun MBC
Roses and Bean Sprouts Son Dae-shik MBC
You Don't Know My Mind Bae Dal-gun MBC
2000 Wang Rung's Land SBS
Legends of Love SBS
Three Friends Old bachelor Kim Yong-gun (cameo) MBC
More Than Words Can Say Kim Chang-dae KBS1
2001 Delicious Proposal Jang Tae-kwang MBC
Hong Guk-young Woo Dong-ji MBC
Four Sisters Dr. Min Yoon-taek MBC
Sangdo Mo Ga-bi MBC
Why Women? Eldest son of 1st Ha son KBS2
2002 Romance Lee Young-kyu MBC
Trio Choi Cheol-gon MBC
2003 Summer Scent Yoo Min-woo's father KBS2
Swan Lake Choi Beon-chang MBC
Breathless Kim Bong-soo MBC
Twenty Years Sang-hyuk's father SBS
She's Cool! Jang Sung-taek KBS2
2004 Dal-rae's House Kim Yong-gun KBS2
Precious Family Woo Mi-yeon's father KBS2
2005 Let's Get Married Hong Na-young's father MBC
5th Republic Kim Young-sam MBC
2006 Cloud Stairs Dr. Yoon KBS2
2007 Moon Hee Yoo Hyun-joong MBC
Heart of Destiny Seo Joon-kyu MBC
2008 Mom's Dead Upset Kim Jin-gyu KBS2
I Love You Na Young-hee's father SBS
Night after Night Jang Oh-sung MBC
Temptation of Wife Goo Young-soo SBS
Dad's Dead Upset Kim Jin-gyu tvN
2009 My Too Perfect Sons Oh Young-dal KBS2
Swallow the Sun Yoo Kang-hyun SBS
2010 A Man Called God Kang Tae-ho MBC
Golden Fish Han Kyung-san MBC
Smile, Mom Shin Ki-bong SBS
Queen of Reversals Hwang Tae-hee's father MBC
2011 Iron Daughters-in-Law Moon Se-jin MBC
Ojakgyo Family Cha Hyun-jae KBS2
Lights and Shadows General manager Yoo Sung-joon MBC
2012 Arang and the Magistrate Lord Choi MBC
The Sons Han Byung-gook MBC
2013 Master's Sun Joo Joong-won's father SBS
Drama Festival "Swine Escape" Yeongeuijeong MBC
Thrice Married Woman Kim Myung-ye SBS
2014 Secret Love Affair Seo Pil-won jTBC
Doctor Stranger Hong Chan-sung SBS
What's With This Family Moon Tae-oh KBS2
Fated to Love You Jeon Ji-yeon's chaebol father
(cameo, episode 20)
MBC
2015 The Invincible Lady Cha Oh Dong-pal MBC
Kill Me, Heal Me Cha Geon-ho MBC
2016 Marriage Contract Han Seong-gook MBC
Cinderella and Four Knights CEO Kang tvN
2017 The Liar and His Lover Chairman of Who Entertainment (cameo, episode 7) tvN

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network
1994 TV 청년내각 MBC
1996 금촌댁네 사람들 KBS2
2013–present I Live Alone MBC

Music video[edit]

Year Song Title Artist
2000 "Love Is Not for Someone"
Tae Jin-ah
2006 "Black Glasses"
Eru
2007 "Because We Are Two"

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work
2001 MBC Drama Awards Special Award
2008 KBS Drama Awards Best Supporting Actor
Mom's Dead Upset
Best Couple Award with Jang Mi-hee
2013 MBC Entertainment Awards Congeniality Award
I Live Alone

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kang, Hye-in (28 August 2012). "Ha Jung Woo reveals a photo with his father". StarN News. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  2. ^ "Ha Jung Woo Reveals Family Matters". KP Culture. 7 August 2009. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 

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