Park Yeong-gyu

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Park Yeong-gyu
Born (1953-10-28) 28 October 1953 (age 64)
Daejeon, South Korea
Other names Park Young-gyu
Education Seoul Institute of the Arts - Theater
Occupation Actor
Years active 1985–present
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Bak Yeong-gyu
McCune–Reischauer Pak Yŏngkyu

Park Yeong-gyu (born 28 October 1953) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his roles in Attack the Gas Station, in which he plays the owner of the titular gas station, and Break Out, in which he plays a corrupt politician.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
1985 College Story
The Parting
1987 Lethe's Love Song
1988 Tip Jang-ho
Love's Scribble Gil-soo
1989 Rainbow over Seoul President Pyo
Ae-ran Yoshimura
Gigolo in Shinsa-dong Gigolo Dosa
Flesh Trade
1991 Tomorrow's Rain
1992 The Emperor of Romance Master Noh
1995 No Emergency Exit Rock cafe employee
1999 Attack the Gas Station Gas station owner
2001 The Humanist Father
2002 A.F.R.I.K.A. Gas station owner
Break Out Park Yeong-gab
2003 Season in the Sun Monk Woo-nam
Oh! Brothers President Park (cameo)
Happy Ero Christmas Bang Seok-doo
2004 Dance with Solitude Bae Jung-beom
Ghost House Man crawling out of TV set (cameo)
Flower Shop (short film)
2010 Attack the Gas Station 2 Gas station owner[1]
2012 I Am the King King Taejong
2013 How to Use Guys with Secret Tips Dr. Swarski
Happiness for Sale Lee Jae-geun
2014 The Royal Tailor Ssangdungi yangban (cameo)

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1985 MBC Bestseller Theater
"초록빛 모자"
MBC
1987 Beautiful Affair MBC
1988 Forget Tomorrow Bae Dong-joon MBC
1989 We Don't Know Either Hyun Jin-gyu MBC
당신의 축배 Kim Min-bong MBC
1990 어둔 하늘 어둔 새 Choi Joong-ki MBC
1991 The Woman Sets the Dining Table Kim Sung-chul KBS2
1992 The Chemistry Is Right SBS
Ambitions on Sand SBS
1993 Stormy Season Joo Sung-hyuk MBC
1994 People's Land KBS2
1995 TV Novel "Road" Hwang Jong-gu KBS2
Bold Men Yeong-gyu KBS2
KBS Drama Game
"Birth of a Villainess"
Professor Hwang KBS2
Choi Seung-hee MBC
Journey KBS2
1996 Women of the Road Jeon Dong-woo MBC
1997 Ambition President Ma MBC
Only You Yoon-ki SBS
Beautiful Crime Kim Jin-seob SBS
Feelings Senior Managing Director Oh MBC
1998 Soonpoong Clinic Yeong-gyu SBS
Paper Crane Ji-sung Bu KBS2
1999 Lost One's Way KBS2
Beautiful Secret Uncle KBS2
Love In 3 Colors Lee Sung-chul KBS2
Oh Happy Day Park Yeong-gyu KBS2
Kuk-hee Song Joo-tae MBC
2000 Virtue Jung Han-gu SBS
Mr. Duke Jang In-chul MBC
2001 How Should I Be? Gu Seok-ki MBC
Can't Help Being Born Well Park Yeong-gyu KBS2
2002 Great Ambition Choi Seon-jae SBS
2003 Damo Jo Se-wook MBC
Honest Living Park Yeong-gyu SBS
2004 Emperor of the Sea Seol Pyeong KBS2
2006 Common Single Tae-soo SBS
2009 High Kick Through the Roof Ja-ok's friend, Park Yeong-gyu
(cameo, ep 88)
MBC
2011 Protect the Boss Chairman Cha Bong-man[2] SBS
A Thousand Days' Promise Noh Hong-gil SBS
2012 I Do, I Do Park Kwang-seok MBC
2013 A Hundred Year Legacy Kang Jin MBC
Princess Aurora Oh Wang-sung MBC
2014 Jeong Do-jeon Yi In-im KBS1
My Love from the Star Heo Jun (cameo, ep 11) SBS
The Three Musketeers Kim Ja-jeom tvN
My Lovely Girl Lee Jong-ho SBS
2015 Angry Mom Hong Sang-bok MBC
Falling for Innocence Kang Hyun-chul jTBC
Splendid Politics King Seonjo MBC
The Man in the Mask Jung Do-sung KBS2
Assembly Park Choon-sub KBS2
My Mom Chairman Uhm MBC
2016 Monster Do Choong MBC
2017 Chief Kim Park Hyun Do KBS2

Theater[edit]

Year Title Role
A Doll's House Torvald Helmer
2010 Spamalot King Arthur

Discography[edit]

Year Title Notes
1995 Chameleon Album
2010 "Suffer Patiently Again Today" track from Attack the Gas Station 2 OST
2013 "뚫어" track from A Hundred Year Legacy OST

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1993 29th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actor (Film) The Emperor of Romance Won
1998 SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in Sitcom Soonpoong Clinic Won
1999 20th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Attack the Gas Station Nominated
2000 37th Grand Bell Awards Nominated
SBS Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) in Sitcom Soonpoong Clinic Won
Top Excellence Award, Actor Virtue Nominated
Big Star Award Won
2011 Special Award, Actor in a Drama Special Protect the Boss Won
2014 3rd APAN Star Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Jeong Do-jeon Nominated
KBS Drama Awards Won
SBS Drama Awards Special Award, Actor in a Miniseries My Lovely Girl Nominated
2015 MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama My Mom Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ Song, Woong-ki (29 March 2010). "Director Kim Sang-jin runs out of gas". The Korea Herald. Retrieved 2014-01-24. 
  2. ^ Kwon, Mee-yoo (2 August 2011). "Hot-blooded secretary meets clumsy boss in new SBS drama". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2014-01-24. 

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