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Biography

Born in Seoul, South Korea on May 9, 1981, Kim Ji Hoon has had a long and varied career in performance. He studied psychology at Ajou University, but his true path has always been in entertaining people. He began his career has a video jockey on the show Hotline in 2001. He also did MC work for the show Cooking Fang Fang that same year. Then, in 2002, with an appearance on the show Loving You, he began to act.

During the end of 2005, he played the part of Kyung Ku on the television series Golden Apple. The show, which ran into the following year, was so popular that it became the most watched show of 2006. He quickly followed up on this burst of success with a lead role on the show Great Inheritance in 2006. In 2007, he starred in The Golden Age of Daughters-in-Law, playing the only son in a five sibling household.

In 2008 he acted in the popular new show Love and Marriage. The fun romantic show was an instant winner with fans. In 2009, he took a slightly smaller role on the historical drama The Iron Empress. In 2010, he acted in two shows and starred in his first movie role, which was for a romantic mystery film called Natalie.

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