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Ha Jeong-woo is a Actor, Director and Scriptwriter Sud coréen born on 11 march 1978 at Seoul (Coree du sud)

Ha Jeong-woo

Ha Jeong-woo
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Birth name Kim Sung-hoon
Nationality Coree du sud
Birth 11 march 1978 (41 years) at Seoul (Coree du sud)
Awards Asian Film Award for Best Actor

Ha Jung-woo (born Kim Sung-hoon on March 11, 1978) is a South Korean actor and film director. Ha studied theater at Chung-Ang University, and after several years of minor and supporting parts, he was cast in his first starring role in the low-budget indie The Unforgiven (2005), directed by his friend Yoon Jong-bin. This was followed by Kim Ki-duk's Time (2006), and Never Forever (2007) with Vera Farmiga. But his breakthrough role to stardom was in Na Hong-jin's serial killer film The Chaser (2008). Known to attract both critical acclaim and commercial success, Ha quickly became the most in-demand leading actor of his generation in Korean cinema, showcasing his versatility in road movie My Dear Enemy (2008), sports film Take Off (2009), crime drama The Yellow Sea (2010), gangster saga Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time (2012), romantic comedy Love Fiction (2012), spy thriller The Berlin File (2013), and action thriller The Terror Live (2013). He made his directorial debut through the comedy film Fasten Your Seatbelt (2013), followed by Chronicle of a Blood Merchant (2015).

Biography

Ha dated fashion model Gu Eun-ae from August 2008 to January 2012.

Usually with

Yoon Jong-bin
Yoon Jong-bin
(5 films)
Kim Ki-duk
Kim Ki-duk
(2 films)
Jo Jin-woong
Jo Jin-woong
(6 films)
Kim Sung-kyun
Kim Sung-kyun
(4 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Ha Jeong-woo (30 films)

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Actor

Along With the Gods : Les Deux Mondes, 2h19
Directed by Kim Yong-hwa
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Drama, Fantastic, Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Actors Ha Jeong-woo, Cha Tae-hyun, Ju Ji-hoon, Kim Hyang-gi, Lee Jung-jae, Kim Dong-wook
Roles Gang Lim
Rating73% 3.651023.651023.651023.651023.65102
Après la mort d'une personne, un ange escorte le défunt dans l'au-delà où il doit être jugé sept fois durant 49 jours pour prouver qu'il a mené une vie humaine innocente et avoir le droit de se réincarner. Les anges ont l’interdiction absolue de se mêler des affaires humaines.
1987: When the Day Comes, 2h9
Directed by Jang Joon-hwan
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Drama, Thriller, Historical
Actors Kim Yoon-seok, Ha Jeong-woo, Yoo Hae-jin, Kim Tae-ri, Lee Hee-joon, Ko Chang-seok
Roles Prosecutor Choi Hwan
Rating77% 3.8953253.8953253.8953253.8953253.895325
En 1987, durant les manifestations démocratiques de juin, l'étudiant et militant pro-démocratie Park Jong-chul est arrêté par la police puis torturé à mort. La police et le gouvernement tentent ensuite d'étouffer son cas mais des médias et d'autres étudiants se mobilisent pour faire éclater la vérité.
Mademoiselle, 2h24
Directed by Park Chan-wook
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Drama, Thriller, Romance, Erotic thriller
Themes Medical-themed films, Psychologie, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about psychiatry, Erotic thriller films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Kim Tae-ri, Kim Min-hee, Ha Jeong-woo, Jo Jin-woong, Kim Hae-sook, Moon So-ri
Roles Count Fujiwara
Rating81% 4.0512754.0512754.0512754.0512754.051275
En Corée occupée par les Japonais, un escroc opérant sous le nom du « comte Fujiwara » projette de séduire une héritière japonaise nommée Mademoiselle Hideko, puis de l'épouser et de l'enfermer dans un asile pour lui voler son héritage. Il engage une voleuse nommée Sook-hee vivant dans une famille d'escrocs afin qu'elle devienne la camériste de Hideko et sa confidente pour encourager cette dernière à épouser le « comte ».
Tunnel
Tunnel (2016)
, 2h6
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Thriller
Actors Ha Jeong-woo, Bae Doona, Oh Dal-soo

Alors qu'il rentre chez lui en voiture, un homme est accidentellement enseveli sous un tunnel. Alors qu'une tentative de sauvetage d'envergure nationale se met en place, suivie et commentée par les médias, les politiques et les citoyens, l'homme joue sa vie avec le peu de moyens à sa disposition. Survivra-t-il ?
Chronicle of a Blood Merchant, 2h3
Directed by Ha Jeong-woo
Genres Drama, Historical, Romance
Actors Ha Jeong-woo, Ha Ji-won, Yoon Eun-hye, Jang Gwang, Nam Da-reum, Jung Man-sik
Roles Heo Sam-gwan
Rating66% 3.3388953.3388953.3388953.3388953.338895
Set in a village right after the Korean War, poor but good-hearted Heo Sam-gwan sets out to win the most beautiful girl in the village, Heo Ok-ran, by selling his blood to earn money. Years later, the two are happily married with three children, but their family undergoes a crisis when Sam-gwan's eldest son doesn't resemble him and rumors spread about the boy's paternity.
Assassination, 2h20
Directed by Choi Dong-hoon
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Historical
Actors Jeon Ji-hyeon, Lee Jung-jae, Ha Jeong-woo, Oh Dal-soo, Jo Jin-woong, Lee Geung-young
Roles Hawaii Pistol
Rating72% 3.647093.647093.647093.647093.64709
Set in the 1930s during Japan's colonial rule of Korea, many Korean resistance activists are based in Manchuria, northeastern China while hiding from Japanese authorities. In 1933, orders are given to assassinate Kawaguchi Mamoru, the governor of the Japanese garrison in Gyeongseong, and Kang In-gook, a pro-Japanese Korean business tycoon. For this covert mission, Yeom Seok-jin, an agent of the provisional Korean government who had broken out of prison in 1911, is tasked to do the same for three people and bring them to Shanghai: topnotch sniper Ahn Ok-yun, who's in a Manchurian jail for shooting her superior; Chu Sang-ok (nicknamed "Big Gun"), one of the last graduates of the Independence Military School and in prison after stealing guns from Chiang Kai-shek's army then selling them; and Chu's cellmate Hwang Deok-sam, an explosives specialist imprisoned for selling faulty product. The squad arrives in Gyeongseong, not knowing that one of them is secretly working for the Japanese and has hired freelance assassin Hawaii Pistol and his sidekick Old Man to kill members of the team.
Kundo: Age of the Rampant, 2h17
Directed by Yoon Jong-bin
Genres Drama, Action, Historical, Crime
Actors Ha Jeong-woo, Kang Dong-won, Lee Geung-young, Lee Sung-min, Jo Jin-woong, Ma Dong-seok
Roles Dol Moo Chi
Rating67% 3.398943.398943.398943.398943.39894
The year is 1862. The late Joseon dynasty was a period of social and economic unrest in Korea, and it was also a time of great tyranny. Due to continuous natural disasters and poor harvests, poverty, hunger and death are rampant. The aristocracy rule the country and, concerned only with their own wealth, they exploit and persecute the poor.
The Berlin File, 2h
Directed by Ryoo Seung-wan
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Spy
Themes Spy films
Actors Ha Jeong-woo, Jeon Ji-hyeon, Han Suk-kyu, Lee Geung-young, Kwak Do-won, Pasquale Aleardi
Roles Pyo Jong-seong
Rating66% 3.3007453.3007453.3007453.3007453.300745
After a tense illegal arms deal in a Berlin hotel involving North Korean spy Pyo Jong-seong (Ha Jung-woo), a Russian broker, and a Middle Eastern terrorist goes wrong when disrupted by unknown assailants, Pyo narrowly escapes but encounters morass of conflicting evidence that may reveal why he was set up.
The Terror Live, 1h38
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Thriller, Action, Crime
Themes Films about writers, La fin du monde, Films about journalists, Films about terrorism, Disaster films
Actors Ha Jeong-woo, Lee Geung-young, Lee David, Kim Dae-myung
Roles Yoon Young-hwa
Rating71% 3.597973.597973.597973.597973.59797
Yoon Young-hwa (Ha Jung-woo) was once a top news anchor, but gets demoted due to an unsavory incident. Pulled from primetime TV news and recently divorced, he is now the jaded and bitter host of a current affairs radio program. One day during his morning show, Yoon receives a peculiar phone call threatening to blow up the Mapo Bridge, a major bridge that crosses the Han River and connects Mapo District and Yeouido, Seoul's main business and investment banking district; it is also just outside Yoon's studio building. At first, Yoon takes it as a joke or prank call and tells the terrorist to proceed. He watches in shock as the caller follows through on the threat and detonates explosives that cause Mapo Bridge to collapse, killing innocent people and trapping others.
Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time, 2h13
Directed by Yoon Jong-bin
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Thriller, Mob film, Crime
Themes Gangster films
Actors Choi Min-sik, Ha Jeong-woo, Jo Jin-woong, Jo Jin-woong, Jo Yeong-wook, Kwak Do-won
Roles Choi Hyeong-bae
Rating70% 3.546553.546553.546553.546553.54655
South Korea, 13 October 1990. Following President Roh Tae-woo's declaration of a crackdown on organized crime, Busan businessman Choi Ik-hyun (Choi Min-sik) is arrested for embezzling billions of won from hotel construction companies, and is also charged with intimidation, kidnapping and assault. Busan public prosecutor Jo Beom-seok (Kwak Do-won) is in charge of the investigation, and especially the murder of hotel owner Heo Sam-shik (Kwon Tae-won) by mobster Kim Pan-ho (Cho Jin-woong), with whom Ik-hyun allegedly was connected. Back in March 1982, Choi was a Busan customs officer who, along with colleagues, was already taking bribes and pilfering goods. After discovering 10 kilograms of hiropon (crystal meth) in a warehouse one night, he and colleague Mr. Jang (Kim Jong-soo) approach a friend of Jang's, gangster Choi Hyung-bae (Ha Jung-woo), to sell it to Japan's yakuza, with whom Hyung-bae has ties. Ik-hyun discovers that the younger Hyung-bae is also a member of the same Choi family clan from Gyeongju and the two form a close relationship. Ik-hyun leaves his customs job and becomes a full-time businessman, with Hyung-bae taking care of the underworld side and Ik-hyun protecting him with his high-level contacts. In the mid-'80s the two forcibly take over a nightclub run by Miss Yeo (Kim Hye-eun) that is on the turf of Pan-ho. Following his humiliation, Pan-ho has the club raided by the police and Hyung-bae arrested, though Ik-hyun gets Hyung-bae released by using the Choi clan connection with Seoul public prosecutor Choi Joo-dong (Kim Eung-soo). In May 1987, Ik-hyun and Hyung-bae take their business to the next level, formally linking up with Japan's yakuza and having a connection with a hotel-casino, the Daedong, that is also on Pan-ho's turf. Pan-ho threatens a gang war with Hyung-bae, and Ik-hyun is forced to decide where his loyalties and self-survival lie.
Love Fiction, 2h1
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes Films about writers
Actors Ha Jeong-woo, Gong Hyo-jin, Ji Jin-hee, Lee Byung-joon, Jo Hee-bong, Yoo In-na
Roles Goo Joo-wol / Detective Ma Dong-wook
Rating62% 3.1030853.1030853.1030853.1030853.103085
Goo Joo-wol (Ha Jung-woo) is a novelist (and part-time bartender) suffering writer's block and he has not been able to write anything for the past couple of years. A hopeless romantic, he looks to find artistic inspiration in every woman he meets, but ends up only with despair and heartache. One day, his publisher asks him to come along to a book fair in Germany for a change of pace. There he meets Hee-jin (Gong Hyo-jin), a film distributor who is there to survey the European film market at an event in Berlin. Unsurprisingly, he falls in love instantly, and upon returning to Seoul, he writes her a love letter displaying his odd sense of humor, which convinces her to go out on a date with him. As their relationship progresses, Joo-wol writes a bestselling pulp noir serial with a main character loosely based on Hee-jin. However, with this newfound popularity he begins to discover more than he would like to know about his girlfriend’s complicated history with men.
Come Rain, Come Shine, 1h45
Directed by Lee Yoon-ki
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Hyun Bin, Im Soo-jeong, Kim Hye-ok, Ha Jeong-woo, Kim Ji-soo
Roles Other Man
Rating62% 3.14963.14963.14963.14963.1496
The film opens with a 9-minute long take of a married couple riding in a car together. After several minutes of small talk, the woman (Im Soo-jung) tells the man (Hyun Bin) that she's leaving him for another man. The rest of the film takes place in the couple's home during a rainstorm on their last day together, as the husband helps his wife pack. Various quiet, introspective scenes show them doing things such as making coffee, smoking a cigarette, and reminiscing over nostalgic items. While eating together, the woman asks the man why he isn't angry with her, saying that he has a right to be. The man says that he knows she doesn't change her mind when she decides on something and feels that he is partially to blame for their rift. She then accuses the man of being selfish for acting as "the perfect man" during their breakup. Their conversation is interrupted by the meowing of a lost kitten outside. They bring it inside, but it escapes and hides elsewhere in the house. Soon, their neighbors come looking for the kitten and are invited inside. Strained conversation ensues, and the neighbors inform the couple that the rain has flooded the roads, preventing travel to Seoul. The husband answers a phone call from his wife's new lover and passes it to her. She tells him she'll have to put off leaving until the next day due to the flooding. He asks her, "Is there anything holding you back?" To which she doesn't answer. The neighbors leave without the kitten, telling the couple to call them when it comes out. Now unable to go to their planned dinner reservation, the couple prepares dinner together. The man begins sniffling while cutting onions, and goes to the bathroom to wash his eyes, silently standing while letting the faucet run. The film ends with the kitten coming out of hiding and the woman telling it that everything is going to be okay.
The Client
The Client (2011)
, 2h3
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Ha Jeong-woo, Jang Hyuk, Park Hee-soon, Sung Dong-il, Yoo Da-in, Kim Sung-ryung
Roles Kang Seong-Hee
Rating68% 3.444223.444223.444223.444223.44422
On his wedding anniversary, Han Chul-min (Jang Hyuk) drives into his apartment complex parking lot and sees a large crowd gathered by the entryway into his apartment. He enters holding a bouquet of flowers for his wife, instead he finds police officers scattered about collecting evidence. In his bedroom there is a large pool of blood dripping onto the floor from the bed, and his wife is nowhere to be seen. Han is then handcuffed, arrested and taken into police custody for her murder.
The Yellow Sea, 2h21
Directed by Na Hong-jin
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Crime
Actors Ha Jeong-woo, Kim Yoon-seok, Jo Sung-ha, Kwak Do-won, Lee Hee-joon, Jung Man-sik
Roles Kim Gu-nam
Rating72% 3.6498853.6498853.6498853.6498853.649885
In northeastern Chinese city of Yanji in Yanbian Prefecture, Gu-nam (Ha Jung-woo), an ethnic Korean, or Joseonjok, toils away as a taxi driver. When not working, he is often found at gambling halls. Gu-nam is now in serious debt. His wife left to work in South Korea and promised to send money back. He has yet to hear from her and is tormented by nightmares of her having an extra-marital affair. To make matters worse, Gu-nam is fired from his job and debt collectors take most of his severance pay.
Boat
Boat (2009)
, 1h55
Genres Drama, Crime
Actors Ha Jeong-woo, Satoshi Tsumabuki, Cha Soo-yeon, Eri Tokunaga, Jung In-gi, Morio Agata
Roles Hyung Gu
Rating60% 3.0106753.0106753.0106753.0106753.010675
Hyung-gu, a young smuggler, was raised by his boss Bo-kyeong after his mother left him when he was six years old. Hyung-gu's boss asks him to work with a Japanese man named Toru; Toru needs the money to support his younger sister. Hyung-gu and Toru are forced to live on Hyung-gu's boat and kidnap a Korean woman named Ji-su, which leads to trouble.