Park Joong Hoon

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Park Joong Hoon Profile and Bio:

Park Joong Hoon is an actor and film director from Korea. He was born on March 22, 1966 in Seoul, South Korea.

Full Name: Park Joong Hoon
Profession: Actor and film director
Age: 57
Date of Birth: 22-Mar-66
Birth Place: Seoul, South Korea
Country: Korea
Star Sign: Aries
Height: 5 ft 10 in
Weight: 68 kg


Park Joong Hoon (Bak Jung Hun) was born in 1966, on Tuesday the 22nd of March.


He is currently 57 years old.

Birthplace and Residence:

Park’s place of birth is Seoul, South Korea and he currently lives in Korea.

Height, Weight, and Blood type:

Park Joong Hoon’s actual height is 5 feet 10 inches and his weight is 68 kg.

Height in Meter: 1.78
Height in Feet and inches: 5′ 10″
Weight in Kg: 68
Weight in Pound (lbs): 150
Blood Type: Not known

Zodiac Sign:

Zodiac Sign: Aries
Zodiac Element: Assertive
Zodiac Energy: Fire
Opposite Zodiac Sign: Libra
Zodiac Sign Gemstone: Bloodstone  
Birth Flower: Bottlebrush
Chinese Zodiac: Horse

Park Joong Hoon’s Ideal Type:

Park Joong Hoon’s ideal type of personality is animated, active, energetic.


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

Family and Relationship:

Wife, 1 Son, 2 daughters.

Father’s Name: N/A
Mother’s Name: N/A
Spouse Name: N/A
Relationship Status: Married

Net Worth and Salary:

From various websites and interviews, we can get an idea about the income and net worth of Park Joong Hoon. As of 2023, Park Joong Hoon’s estimated net worth is 1 Million to 2 Million dollars. He has been able to acquire this net income and property due to being in the actor, film director profession.

Net worth in 2023 $1 Million – $2 Million (approx.)
Salary in 2023 Not Available
Source of Wealth: actor, film director
Estimated Wealth Verification Status: Unverified

Trivia and Facts:

Park Joong Hoon’s star sign is Aries and his birth flower is Bottlebrush.
His talent agency name is Zen Stars.
His religion is Protestant.
As per his birth year 1966, he belongs to the Gen X generation.


Top Star (2013) (as director)
Officer of the Year (2011)
Hanji (2011)
My Dear Desperado (2010)
Tidal Wave (2009)
Radio Star (2006)
Les Formidables (2006)
Heaven’s Soldiers (2004)
Two Guys (2004)
Hwang San Bul (2003)
The Truth About Charlie (2002)
Red Nameplate (2002)
Say Yes (2001)
A Masterpiece in my Life (2000)
Nowhere to Hide (1999)
American Dragons (1998)
Karma (1997)
Wanted (1997)
Hallelujah (1997)
Do the Right Thing (1997)
Change (1996)
Final Blow (1996)
Two Cops 2 (1996)
Million in My Account (1995)
A Man Who Wags His Tail (1995)
Gunman (1995)
How to Top My Wife (1994)
Rules of the Game (1994)
Two Cops (1993)
The Young Man (1993) cameo
My Love, My Bride (1990)
Lovers in Woomukbaemi (1990)
They are Also Like Us (1990)
Don Quixote, My Lover (1989)
Ae-ran (1989) cameo
Sunshine at Present (1988)
Chilsu and Mansu (1988)
Bioman (1988)
Don Quixote on Asphalt (1987)
Tohwa (1987)
Youth Sketch of Mimi and Cheolsu (1987)
Cambo (1985)

TV Series:

No TV series acting information was found.

TV Shows:

Bad Guys: City of Evil (OCN, 2017)
Three Friends (MBC, 2000)
Faraway Ssongba River (SBS, 1993)


2006 27th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Best Actor (Radio Star)
2000 2nd Deauville Asian Film Festival: Best Actor (Nowhere to Hide)
2000 36th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Actor (Nowhere to Hide)
2000 20th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards: Best Actor (Nowhere to Hide)
1999 20th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Best Supporting Actor (Nowhere to Hide)
1998 34th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Actor (Hallelujah)
1996 32nd Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Actor (Million in My Account)
1995 16th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Most Popular Actor (Million in My Account)
1994 15th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Best Actor (Rules of the Game)
1993 SBS Drama Awards: Best Actor – Drama (Faraway Ssongba River)
1993 32nd Grand Bell Awards: Best Actor (Two Cops)
1993 32nd Grand Bell Awards: Most Popular Actor (with Ahn Sung Ki (안성기)) (Two Cops)
1990 36th Asia Pacific Film Festival: Best Actor (My Love, My Bride)
1990 26th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Actor (Lovers in Woomukbaemi)
1990 10th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards: Best Actor (Lovers in Woomukbaemi)
1989 9th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards: Best Actor (Chilsu and Mansu)
1987 23rd Baeksang Arts Awards: Best New Actor (Youth Sketch of Mimi and Cheolsu)

Is Park Joong Hoon Still Alive?

He is still alive.

Social Profile:

Wikipedia Profile

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