Park In-hwan (actor)

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Park In-hwan
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Park In-hwan in May 2019
Born (1945-01-06) January 6, 1945 (age 74)
EducationChung-Ang University - Theater and Film
Years active1965-present
Korean name
Revised RomanizationBak In-hwan
McCune–ReischauerPak Inhwan

Park In-hwan (born January 6, 1945) is a South Korean actor.



Year Title Role
1990 I Stand Everyday Boss Yook
Well, Let's Look at the Sky Sometimes Young-soo's father
Young-shim Father
1991 Milk Chocolate 1950-1990 Seo Pan-sool
Teenage Coup de grâce
1993 When Adam Opens His Eyes Audio master
1995 Millions in My Account Jeon Dal-soo's father
1997 Baby Sale Sang-joon's father
1998 Two Cops 3 Detective Lee Hyeong-gu's father
The Quiet Family[1] Kang Dae-goo
1999 The Spy Mr. Oh
2000 Weathering the Storms Father
Just Do It! Relative of the family (cameo)
2001 Prison World Cup Director Jang
One Fine Spring Day Sang-woo's father
2002 Oh! LaLa Sisters Kim Il-dong
Sex of Magic Park Sung-bin's father
2004 Two Guys Director Lee (cameo)
2006 Moodori Gu Bong-gi
2007 Happiness Seok-gu (cameo)
2009 Thirst[2] Priest Roh
Fly, Penguin Elder Kwon
The Executioner[3] Prison officer Kim
The Righteous Thief Hong Man-seok
2014 Miss Granny Mr. Park
2016 Unexpected Love
2017 Lucid Dream Seong-pil
2019 The Odd Family: Zombie On Sale Man-deok
Exit Jang-soo

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1965 The Long Voyage Home
1981 1st Republic Lee Seung-yeop MBC
1984 MBC Bestseller Theater
"30-Day Picnic"
1986 MBC Bestseller Theater
"Bird in Flight Again"
Monk MBC
1987 MBC Bestseller Theater
"Rain Shower"
1989 Wang Rung's Kin Pil-yong KBS2
For the Emperor MBC
2nd Republic Kim Yeong-seon MBC
The 5th Column Director Park MBC
The Region of Calm Yoo Jin-san KBS2
1990 My Sister, Mong-sil Mr. Kim MBC
1991 Our Paradise Psychology professor,
Jin-soo and Seung-mi's father
Land of Thirst Boss Choi KBS2
말로만 중산층 Kim Dal-guk MBC
Tingling Fingertips KBS2
Eyes of Dawn Private Gu Bo-da MBC
1992 MBC Best Theater
"The Era of Passion"
Rainbow in Mapo Park Geo-se MBC
1993 January Kim Jin-gu KBS2
Our Hot Song Jae-hee's father SBS
Han River Cuckoo Friend of
Han Sang-pil's parents
Mountain Wind Hong Jeong-gi MBC
Love Is Living SBS
1994 MBC Best Theater
"What Are You Afraid About Turning Fifty"
What Have You Done Yet Dong Ki-ho SBS
1995 Asphalt Man Elder Kang SBS
You Said You Loved Me KBS2
Hopefully the Sky Deok-bae KBS1
1996 Pretty Woman Han Seok-bong KBS2
1.5 Seok-hyun's father MBC
Ganyiyeok Choi Seung-don MBC
First Love KBS2
Im Kkeok-jeong Im Dol-yi SBS
1997 MBC Best Theater
"Crying Crow"
Mr. Ji MBC
Beyond the Horizon Park Du-chil SBS
A Bluebird Has It Director Baek's father KBS2
MBC Best Theater
"Please Stop by the Laundromat"
1998 Homecoming, a Short Story Detective Min KBS1
MBC Best Theater
"Pensive Bodhisattva"
Director Jang MBC
For the Sake of Love Kang Tae-bong MBC
Love on a Jujube Tree KBS1
Legendary Ambition KBS2
Dreaming of Christmas MBC
Advocate Kim Kang-jin MBC
1999 Young Sun Kang Tae-ho SBS
Beautiful Secret KBS2
TV Novel "My Older Sister's Mirror" KBS2
2000 Wang Rung's Land Wang Rung SBS
2001 Orient Theatre Moon Soo-il KBS2
Like Father, Unlike Son Choi Bok-dal KBS2
Sangdo Hong Deuk-joo MBC
2002 Sidestreet People Park Paeng-jo KBS2
To Be with You Choi In-seok KBS1
Confession Boss Choi MBC
My Platoon Leader Master Sergeant Lee MBC
2003 Into the Sun Jeon Joon-oh SBS
Near to You Principal Cha SBS
Land of Wine Lee Jin-pyeong SBS
Good Person Oh Dong-chul MBC
South of the Sun Noh Young-man SBS
Briar Flower Min Dae-sik KBS1
2004 Say You Love Me Seo Pil-sang MBC
My Hidden Love Jung Il-hyun MBC
Hyung (My Older Brother)[4] Ji Sang-tae KBS2
Save the Last Dance for Me Ji Eun-soo's father SBS
Emperor of the Sea Jang Bogo's father (cameo) KBS2
2005 Drama City "Chin Up, Dad!" Byung-ho's father KBS2
Be Strong, Geum-soon! Director Noh MBC
Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy Hwang Gap-soo MBC
5th Republic Jeong Seung-hwa MBC
Tears of Diamond Chairman Jin Sang-jin SBS
A Love to Kill Cha Du-yong KBS2
Drama City "Like a Dream" Jung-yoon's father KBS2
HDTV Literature
"Saya Saya (Bird, Bird)"
Mr. Na KBS2
2006 Famous Princesses Na Yang-pal KBS2
Yeon Gaesomun Yeon Taejo SBS
Lovers Reverend Yoon SBS
2007 Hello! Miss Hwang Man-bok KBS2
War of Money Seo In-chul SBS
The Golden Age of Daughters-in-Law Lee Soo-gil KBS2
First Wives' Club Lee Hwa-sang SBS
Drama City "Ugly You" Park Oh-chul KBS2
2008 My Precious You Jang Il-nam KBS2
2009 Three Brothers[5] Kim Soon-kyung KBS2
Enjoy Life Hong Man-bok MBC
2010 It's Okay, Daddy's Girl[6] Eun Ki-hwan SBS
2011 Believe in Love Kim Soo-bong KBS2
You're So Pretty Go Man-seok MBC
Bravo, My Love! Byun Choon-nam MBC
My One and Only Lee Pil-yong KBS1
2012 The Sons Yoo Won-tae MBC
2013 One Well-Raised Daughter Jang Pan-ro SBS
2014 4 Legendary Witches Park Yi-moon MBC
2016 Come Back Mister Kim Noh-gap SBS
2017 Mad Dog Byun Gook-jin KBS2
2019 Liver or Die[7] Kan Bo-goo KBS2

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
1990 Mysterious World of Quiz Exploration KBS1


Year Title Role Reprised
The Money Bug: Outdoor Play
The Tempest
A Man for All Seasons
A Good Person
The Wandering Troupe
The Cherry Orchard
Porgy and Bess
1994 Guys and Dolls Nathan Detroit
1995 The Fantasticks
1996 Ttaraji's Banquet
1998 Tumen River of Tears
1999 An Inn Without an Address
2001 Fallen Pagoda of Love
2002 Heartbreaking Miari Hill
2005 Song of Katusa
2008 Scent of Love Kang-soo
2009 Rain Falling in Gomoryeong 2010, 2011
2010 Crossing the Bakdaljae Pass in Tears
2011 Tuscany in Seoul Seo Joo-hyuk

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1978 2nd Korea Theatre Festival Best Actor The Tempest Won
1980 MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor Won
1981 18th Dong-A Theatre Awards Best Actor The Cherry Orchard Won
1984 20th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Theater Actor A Good Person Won
1989 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor The Region of Calm Won
1990 MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor My Sister, Mong-sil Won
2000 SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor Wang Rung's Land Won
2006 KBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor Famous Princesses Nominated
2007 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a One-Act/Special/Short Drama Ugly You Won
2010 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Daily Drama Three Brothers Nominated


  1. ^ Baldock, Luke Ryan (23 November 2012). "THN's Korean Cinema Style Week 1: Kim Jee Woon – The Quiet Family". The Hollywood News. Retrieved 2014-11-04.
  2. ^ Baldock, Luke Ryan (15 February 2013). "THN's Korean Cinema Style Week 12: Park Chan Wook – Thirst". The Hollywood News. Retrieved 2014-11-04.
  3. ^ "Review: Film The Executioner". 10Asia. 4 November 2009. Retrieved 2014-11-09.
  4. ^ Suh, Jung-bo (23 September 2004). "In Our Dry and Harsh Lives, It's All About Family". The Dong-a Ilbo. Retrieved 2015-03-27.
  5. ^ Kim, Sun-young (16 June 2010). "Review: TV series Three Brothers - Final episode". 10Asia. Retrieved 2014-11-09.
  6. ^ Choi, Ji-eun (24 November 2010). "Review: SBS TV series I'm Okay! Daddy - 1st Episode". 10Asia. Retrieved 2014-11-04.
  7. ^ ""What's Wrong, Poong-sang" Introduces Extended Cast in Script Reading Stills". Hancinema. 12 November 2018.

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