Ha Jung Woo

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Ha Jung Woo Profile and Bio:

Ha Jung Woo is an actor, director, and screenwriter from Korea. He was born on March 11, 1979 in Korea. His real name is Kim Sung Hoon (Kim Seong Hun).

Full Name: Ha Jung Woo
Profession: Actor, director, and screenwriter
Age: 43
Date of Birth: 11-Mar-79
Birth Place: Korea
Country: Korea
Star Sign: Pisces
Height: 6 ft 0 in
Weight: 75 kg


Ha Jung Woo (Ha Jeong Wu) was born in 1979, on Sunday the 11th of March.


He is currently 43 years old.

Birthplace and Residence:

Ha’s place of birth is Korea and he also lives in Korea.

Height, Weight, and Blood type:

Ha Jung Woo’s actual height is 6 feet and his weight is 75 kg.

Height in Meter: 1.84
Height in Feet and inches: 6′ 0″
Weight in Kg: 75
Weight in Pound (lbs): 165.4
Blood Type: A

Zodiac Sign:

Zodiac Sign: Pisces
Zodiac Element: Passive
Zodiac Energy: Water
Opposite Zodiac Sign: Virgo
Zodiac Sign Gemstone: Amethyst  
Birth Flower: Bottlebrush
Chinese Zodiac: Goat

Ha Jung Woo’s Ideal Type:

Ha Jung Woo’s ideal type of personality is calm, gentle, sympathetic.


Education: N/A
University: JoongAng University
High school / School: N/A

Family and Relationship:

Father is Actor Kim Yong Gun, younger brother is Actor Cha Hyun Woo.

Father’s Name: Kim Yong Gun
Mother’s Name: N/A
Spouse Name: N/A
Relationship Status: Unknown

Net Worth and Salary:

From various websites and interviews, we can get an idea about the income and net worth of Ha Jung Woo. As of 2022, Ha Jung Woo’s estimated net worth is 1 Million to 5 Million dollars. He has been able to acquire this net income and property due to being in the actor, screenwriter and director profession.

Net worth in 2022 $1 Million – $5 Million (approx.)
Salary in 2022 Not Available
Source of Wealth: actor, screenwriter, director
Estimated Wealth Verification Status: Unverified

Trivia and Facts:

Ha Jung Woo’s star sign is Pisces and his birth flower is Bottlebrush.
His talent agency name is Artist Company.
As per his birth year 1979, he belongs to the Gen X generation.


The Tunnel (2016)
Agasshi (2015)
Chronicle of a Blood Merchant (2015)
Assassination (2015)
Kundo: Age of the Rampant (2014)
No Cops with Wedding Rings (2013)
The Berlin File (2013)
Behind the Camera (2013)
Nameless Gangster War against Crime: Golden Age of the Bad Guys (2012)
Love Fiction (2012)
The Client (2011)
Come Rain Come Shine (2011) cameo
Yellow Sea The Murderer (2010)
No Boys, No Cry (2009)
Parallel Life (2010) cameo
Take Off (2009)
You Don’t Even Know Jal-al-ji-do Mot-ham-yeon-seo (2009)
Beastie Boys The Moonlight of Seoul (2008)
My Dear Enemy Meotjin Halu (2008)
The Chaser (2008)
Our School E.T. (2008) cameo
Forever the Moment (2008)
Never Forever (2007)
Breath (2007)
The Fox Family (2006)
Time (2006)
The Unforgiven (2005)
She’s on Duty (2005)
Superstar Mr. Gam (2004)
Madeleine (2002) debut

TV Series:

No TV series acting information was found.

TV Shows:

Entourage (tvN, 2016) cameo
H.I.T (MBC, 2007)
Lovers in Prague (SBS, 2005)
Age of Warriors (KBS1, 2003)
Honest Living (SBS, 2002)


3rd Asia Artist Awards: Fabulous Award – Television / Film (Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds)
3rd Asia Artist Awards: Best Artist Award – Television / Film
3rd Asia Artist Awards: Artist of the Year – Television / Film
2nd Seoul Awards: Best Actor (Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds)
16th Florence Korea Film Fest: Cultural Award
52nd Taxpayers’ Day: Presidential Commendation
7th Marie Claire Film Awards: Pioneer Award (Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds)
22nd Chunsa Film Art Awards: Best Actor (The Tunnel)
35th Hawaii International Film Festival: Renaissance Award
20th Chunsa Film Art Awards: Best Actor (Kundo: Age of the Rampant)
34th Golden Cinema Film Festival: Grand Prize (Daesang) for Acting (The Terror Live)
9th Osaka Asian Film Festival: Most Promising Talent (Fasten Your Seatbelt)
8th A-Awards (organized by Audi Korea and Arena Homme +): Charismatic Award
14th Busan Film Critics Awards: Best Actor (The Terror Live)
49th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Actor (The Berlin File)
33rd Blue Dragon Film Awards: Popular Star Award (Nameless Gangster)
3rd Korean Popular Culture & Arts Awards: Prime Minister Award
4th Pierson Movie Festival: Best Actor (Nameless Gangster)
5th Style Icon Awards: Top 10 Style Icon
16th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival: Producer’s Choice Award
31st Korean Association of Film Critics Awards: Best Actor (The Yellow Sea)
47th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Actor (The Yellow Sea)
2011 5th Asian Film Awards: Best Actor (The Yellow Sea)
46th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Actor (Take Off)
7th Max Movie Awards: Best Actor (Take Off)
30th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Popular Star Award (Take Off)
5th University Film Festival of Korea: Best Actor (Take Off)
18th Buil Film Awards: Best Actor (My Dear Enemy)
10th Pusan Film Critics Awards: Best Actor (My Dear Enemy)
17th Chunsa Film Art Awards: Ensemble Acting Award (Take Off cast)
3rd Mnet 20’s Choice Awards: Hot Movie Star – Male (Take Off)
31st Golden Cinematography Awards: Best Actor (The Chaser)
11th Director’s Cut Awards: Best Actor (The Chaser, My Dear Enemy)
3rd A-Awards (organized by Audi Korea and Arena Homme +): Man of the Year (Intelligence category)
9th Korea Visual Arts Festival (Korea Broadcasting Camera Directors Association): Photogenic Award (The Chaser)
4th Premiere Rising Star Awards: Best Actor (The Chaser)
16th Chunsa Film Art Awards: Best Actor: (The Chaser)
27th Oporto International Film Festival: Best Actor (Time)
2nd Pyeongtaek Film Festival: New Currents Best New Actor (The Unforgiven, Time)
8th Director’s Cut Awards: Best New Actor (The Unforgiven)
25th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards: Best New Actor (The Unforgiven)

Is Ha Jung Woo Still Alive?

He is still alive.

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