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Jun Noh Min is a renowned actor who was born in Incheon, South Korea on August 28, 1966. His real name is Jeon Jae Ryong. He attended Soonchunhyang University, where he studied English and Literature. However, he soon realized that he would like to pursue a career in acting. In 1997, he began his career when he appeared on the show Wish Upon a Star.

In the early 2000s he had small roles on several different television series. Then, in 2004, he was given a somewhat larger part on the successful show Island Village Teacher. It was not until 2007 , however, that he was able to star as the lead on a series. The series was called Good Woman, Bad Woman, and featured the story of a man who is living double lives with two different women. The following year he again starred on a show, which was called My Ex-Wife Lives Next Door. That same year he took on the role of Min Seung Kook on the extremely popular show Strongest Chil Woo.

Over the next few years, he continued to take large roles on successful or popular shows such as Family’s Honor, Royal Family and Bachelor’s Vegetable Store. In 2012 he appeared in six shows, including the very successful Bridal Mask.

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