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Biography

Chun Ho Jin was born on September 9, 1960. He studied chemistry at the Korean Inha University. However, after college, it became apparent to him that he should continue the career he had actually started as a young boy. This career was acting. He first acted in 1971 on the show Chief Inspector. Six years later, he appeared in his first movie, which was called 3 Stars, in 1977.

After he restarted his acting career, he performed in dozens of television shows in the 1980s and 1990s. These shows included Auntie Ok, Splendid Holiday and Legends of Love. He also performed in many movies during this time. He appeared in films such as Iron Wind, The Season of Percussion and A Soldier’s Journal.

In 2000s, he continued his talented acting career. He began appearing on television shows and in movies that became huge hits with audiences. In 2004 he acted in the popular film Temptation of Wolves. 2006 saw him playing a detective in the movie Vampire Cop Ricky. In 2007 he acted as Hyo Jang on the show Goong S, a continuation of the very popular Goong show. Two years later he had a part on the show Smile, You. In 2012 he did five shows and a movie, proving that his career is still going strong.

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