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Biography

Yoon Je Moon is a Korean actor. He often works in film and theater and has also recently delved into television acting. He was born on March 9, 1970. He studied Theater at Seoul Institute of the Arts. Then, in 1999, he began his professional acting career with a role in the theater production Ode to Youth.

In 2000, he took on his first filmed role, which was in the short movie Golden Laughter. For the next few years, he continued to appear in several short films and carious theater productions. Then, in 2004, he got one of the main roles in the film Antarctic Journal. In 2007, after a string of small parts, he again starred in a movie, this time the film The Show Must Go On.

In 2008, he made his television debut with the show General Hospital 2. The following year he played an important character on the popular show IRIS. In 2009, he also starred in the horror film Chaw. Then, after focusing on movies for a bit, he went back to television acting in 2011, when he had large parts on two popular shows, including the show Tree with Deep Roots. 2012 saw him in two new movies and as one of the main characters on the show King 2 Hearts.

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