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Oh Jung-se

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Nationality Coree du sud
Birth 26 february 1977 (43 years)

Oh Jung-se (born February 26, 1977) is a South Korean actor. Oh began his career in theater, and has since appeared in many onscreen supporting roles over the years, notably in Petty Romance (2010), Couples (2011), As One (2012), A Millionaire On the Run (2012), and Running Man (2013). But his performance in the 2013 romantic comedy How to Use Guys with Secret Tips earned him special attention from critics and viewers. This led to Oh being cast in his first leading role in the 2013 film The Hero.

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Jung In-gi
Jung In-gi
(7 films)
Yeon Sang-ho
Yeon Sang-ho
(2 films)
Nam Na-yeong
Nam Na-yeong
(5 films)
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Park Gok-ji
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Filmography of Oh Jung-se (30 films)

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Sunshine Love, 1h19
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Fantasy, Romance
Actors Jo Eun-ji, Oh Jung-se
Roles Han Gil-ho

Han Gil-ho wants to become a public servant, but so far has failed the civil service exam. His real interest is writing a kung-fu comic book which he has titled I'm a Public Official, featuring a crime-fighting bureaucrat and his two nerdy friends (based on himself and his slacker friends Min-gu and Park). Gil-ho then meets Kim Jung-sook, when he tags along to a meeting where she berates Min-gu into taking responsibility for her pregnant best friend Seung-hee. Gil-ho and Jung-sook realize that they knew each other years ago in college, when she was geeky and similarly hot-tempered and Gil-ho couldn't stand her. After unexpectedly sleeping together after a party, the two begin dating and eventually move in together, with Jung-sook having a regular job as a manager at a water-purifying company. Gil-ho gets an offer from a comic book publisher, but his lack of ambition and inability to commit to anything start to take their toll on their relationship.
Broken (2014)
, 2h2
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action
Themes Films about sexuality, Rape in fiction, Rape and revenge films
Actors Jung Jae-young, Lee Sung-min, Seo Jun-young, Oh Jung-se, Kim Dae-myung, Lee Joo-seung
Roles Voice on the radio (cameo)
Rating66% 3.347533.347533.347533.347533.34753
Widower Lee Sang-hyeon lives a quiet life with his 15-year-old daughter Su-jin. But one day she is abducted and raped, and her corpse is found at a derelict public bathhouse. Sang-hyeon is left helpless in the face of his daughter's death, with nothing left to cling on to but his feelings of anger and despair. The investigation into his daughter's death is progressing slowly, so restless and unable to sit quiet any longer, he decides to take matters into his own hands. Sang-hyeon receives an anonymous text message with information on the culprit, including an address where the sender claims Sang-hyeon would find electronic evidence of the crime; when he gets there, he sees a man, Kim Cheol-yong laughing as he watches a video showing Su-jin's rape and murder. Sang-hyeon accidentally kills Cheol-yong in a fit of rage, and upon learning that Cheol-yong had an accomplice, becomes hellbent on finding the second rapist/murderer. Upon examining Cheol-yong's murder scene, Jang Eok-gwan, the detective who leads the investigation into Su-jin's murder, realizes that Sang-hyeon was the killer and sets out on his trail.
Tazza: The Hidden Card, 2h27
Directed by Kang Hyeong-cheol
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Drama, Comedy, Crime
Actors T.O.P, Shin Se-kyung, Kim Yoon-seok, Jung Yun-seok, Yoo Hae-jin, Kwak Do-won
Roles Director Seo
Rating68% 3.400763.400763.400763.400763.40076
Dae-gil, a young man with a natural-born talent in gambling, makes a dazzling debut as a gambler, which leads to a reunion with his first love, Mi-na. However, in the world of card sharks and con artists, a web of conspiracy and betrayal makes Dae-gil the scapegoat of a deal gone wrong and he is forced to go on the run. He plans his revenge and prepares for one big, fateful game, as Mi-na helps him every step of the way.
Man on High Heels, 2h4
Directed by Jang Jin
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Drama, Action, Crime
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Transgender in film, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Cha Seung-won, Oh Jung-se, Esom, Go Kyung-pyo, Kim Eung-soo, Park Sung-woong
Roles Heo Gon
Rating66% 3.307483.307483.307483.307483.30748
Yoon Ji-wook is a hard-as-nails homicide detective known for his undisputed ability to nab violent criminals. He is revered as a legend in the police force and at the same time feared among the mafia for his brutality in cracking down on crime. Yet, beneath his cool, macho appearance lies a secret that he must hide from the world he lives in. Ji-wook has wanted to become a woman ever since his teenage years. He tries to suppress this inner desire, but in vain. Ji-wook finally reaches the point where he makes up his mind to live as a woman, and decides to take the plunge and get a sex change operation. However, before he has a chance to do so, unexpected crises arise and interfere with his plans. A gang that suffered from the cold, hard steel of Ji-wook's handcuffs are dead set on getting their revenge against him. Ji-wook resigns and tries to go about making his dream a reality, but people close to him get sucked into the revenge plot he finds himself at the center of. When some of those people get killed and a girl named Jang-mi falls into danger, he realizes that he can't stand idly by any longer.
Red Carpet
Red Carpet (2014)
, 1h57
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Films about television, Films about pornography
Actors Yoon Kye-sang, Ko Joon-hee, Oh Jung-se, Shin Ji-soo, Nam Yeon-woo, Sung Ji-ru
Roles Jo Jin-hwan
Rating62% 3.10143.10143.10143.10143.1014
Jung-woo is a film director of adult films. He entered the film industry because of his love for cinema, but found himself stuck doing erotic movies for 10 years. Jung-woo dreams of directing an actual commercial film, one that will become a box office hit. So he and his assistant director Jin-hwan lure top actress Eun-soo into one of their productions. Eun-soo began acting 20 years ago, and is determined to finally shed her image as a former child actress.
Running Man, 2h7
Genres Thriller, Comedy, Action
Actors Shin Ha-kyun, Lee Min-ho, Kim Sang-ho, Jo Eun-ji, Oh Jung-se, Joo Hyun
Roles Jang Do-sik, computer geek
Rating63% 3.1989753.1989753.1989753.1989753.198975
Jong-woo is an immature father to a son only 18 years younger than himself. He earns a living by working at an auto repair garage during the day and driving a cab at night. His long-standing dream is to buy a small home to live in. One day, a passenger is found dead in his cab. Overnight, he becomes the prime suspect in a high-profile murder case and is forced to become a fugitive as he's chased by the police, reporters, and unidentified men.
How to Use Guys with Secret Tips, 1h56
Genres Romantic comedy
Actors Lee Si-young, Park Yeong-gyu, Oh Jung-se, Ahn Yong-joon, Lee Won-jong, Kim Jung-tae
Roles Lee Seung-jae
Rating64% 3.247233.247233.247233.247233.24723
For the past five years, Choi Bo-na (Lee Si-young) has been overworked and underpaid as a second assistant director for TV commercials. Sorely lacking social skills, self-confidence, fashion sense, and aesthetic polish, she is casually disregarded by her work colleagues and knows that her career is going nowhere. One night, she hits rock bottom. Stranded on a beach in the middle of nowhere after a grueling outdoor shoot, she comes across an eccentric middle-aged man selling inspirational videos. He urges her to buy his masterwork, "A Manual on How to Use Men," telling her that it will change her life and give her the skills she need to find success and happiness. She initially had doubts but buys the video eventually. After reluctantly following the step-by-step instructions of self-styled guru Dr. Swarski (Park Yeong-gyu), Bo-na's life takes a drastic turn. She begins to experience professional success and men start flocking to her (including top hallyu star, Lee Seung-jae (Oh Jung-se), who initially treated Bo-na with indifference).
The Fake
The Fake (2013)
, 1h41
Directed by Yeon Sang-ho
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime, Animation
Themes Films about religion
Actors Yang Ik-june, Oh Jung-se, Kwon Hae-hyo, Park Hee-von, Lee Min-ji
Roles Sung Chul-woo
Rating67% 3.3852953.3852953.3852953.3852953.385295
With their municipality scheduled to be flooded to make way for the construction of a new dam, the devout denizens of a rural village have placed their faith in Choi Gyeong-seok, a church elder who promises to relocate the flock. Choi tells the villagers they will build a church and a new housing development where they will all be able to live together after the town is completely submerged. He also says that only 144,000 people can go to heaven, and that church offerings are mandatory if one wants to "secure their spot." Even the town's much-revered Reverend Sung, a young and good-looking minister who seemingly has the ability to heal the sick, approves of Choi's plans. Behind his guise of devotion, however, Choi is a practiced con man posing as a representative of a fake religion; his true aim is to defraud the villagers of their resettlement compensation. The only obstacle to the scheme is Kim Min-chul, a skeptical outcast who accidentally discovers evidence of Choi's past misdeeds and suddenly finds himself becoming the center of resistance against the church institution.
As One
As One (2012)
, 2h7
Genres Drama, Biography
Themes Sports films
Actors Ha Ji-won, Bae Doona, Han Ye-ri, Oh Jung-se, Choi Yoon-young, Lee Jong-suk
Roles Oh Doo-man
Rating69% 3.4968253.4968253.4968253.4968253.496825
Beijing, 11th Asian Games, autumn 1990. In the women's table tennis competition, North Korea's Ri Bun-hui (Bae Doona) faces off against South Korea's Hyun Jung-hwa (Ha Ji-won); Bun-hui loses, but Jung-hwa is beaten by China's Deng Yaping (Kim Jae-hwa), who takes the gold. Six months later, in Busan, Jung-hwa is finishing her preparation for the 41st World Table Tennis Championships, to be held in Chiba, Japan; aside from caring for her father in the hospital, she is under huge local pressure to win a gold medal this time. Just prior to leaving, it is announced that, following a North-South Summit, the North and South Korean teams will compete as a single unit for the first time, under a newly designed Korean Unification Flag and with a North Korean, Jo Nam-poong (Kim Eung-soo), as its chief trainer. In Chiba, quarrels and fights break out between the two, mutually suspicious sides, exacerbated by young Northern hothead Choi Kyung-sub (Lee Jong-suk) and Southern joker Oh Doo-man (Oh Jung-se). Jung-hwa shares a room with fellow player Choi Yeon-jung (Choi Yoon-young), who fancies Kyung-sub. Bun-hui rooms with Yu Sun-bok (Han Ye-ri) who suffers badly from competition nerves. During the trials for the women's team, Sun-bok performs poorly and steps down in favor of Jung-hwa for the good of the team. Now paired together, Jung-hwa and Bun-hui settle their differences as the players finally start to bond. As they train for 46 days, game-by-game, the two find a budding friendship. But as the finals versus the Chinese team looms, the Koreans' unity is threatened from another direction. When political winds change again and just as suddenly an announcement is made to disband team Korea, the two young women must prove to their people and the world that teamwork can outshine the dark shadows of a painful history.
Over My Dead Body, 1h50
Genres Drama, Comedy, Action, Crime
Actors Lee Beom-soo, Ryoo Seung-bum, Kim Ok-bin, Kim Ok-vin, Yoo Da-in, Ko Chang-seok
Roles Myung-kwan
Rating61% 3.0634253.0634253.0634253.0634253.063425
Baek Hyun-chul (Lee Beom-soo) is a biotech scientist researching the cure for skin cancer. Deciding to shut the lab and sell Hyun-chul's work overseas, the head of the pharmaceutical conglomerate, Kim Taek-soo, sends Steve Jung and his gang to force the lab to shut down and take the research. Hyun-chul's colleague Han Jin-soo protests the decision, and is later involved in a hit-and-run accident and falls into a vegetative state.
The King of Pigs, 1h37
Directed by Yeon Sang-ho
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Drama, Thriller, Animation
Themes Films about education, Films about school violence
Actors Yang Ik-june, Kim Kkobbi, Oh Jung-se, Park Hee-von
Roles Hwang Kyung-min
Rating66% 3.3382853.3382853.3382853.3382853.338285
After his business goes bankrupt, thirty-something Kyung-min (Oh Jung-se) kills his wife impulsively. Hiding his anger, he seeks out his former middle school classmate Jong-suk (Yang Ik-june). Jong-suk now works as a ghostwriter for an autobiography, but he dreams of writing his own novel. For the first time in 15 years they meet. Kyung-min and Jong-suk both hide their own current situations and begin to talk about their middle school days.
Quick (2011)
, 1h55
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Thriller, Comedy, Action, Crime
Themes Transport films, Road movies
Actors Lee Min-Ki, Kang Ye-won, Kim In-kwon, Yu Seung-Mok, Ko Chang-seok, Yoon Je-moon
Roles Park Dal-yong
Rating58% 2.905042.905042.905042.905042.90504
Seoul, 2004. A group of bikers are joy-riding through the streets and while their leader the teenage Han Ki-su (Lee Min-ki) is tearfully berated by girlfriend Chun-shim (Kang Ye-won) for scorning her. The biker Kim Myung-shik (Kim In-kwon) is attracted to Chun-shim watches dolefully. Following some heavy traffic, Ki-su executes a perfect bike jump over it.
The Unjust
The Unjust (2010)
, 1h59
Directed by Ryoo Seung-wan
Origin Coree du sud
Genres Thriller, Crime
Themes Serial killer films
Actors Hwang Jeong-min, Ryoo Seung-bum, Yoo Hae-jin, Ma Dong-seok, Chun Ho-jin, Lee Sung-min
Rating66% 3.34473.34473.34473.34473.3447
After the rape and murder of five elementary schoolgirls, the police have still failed to apprehend the serial killer. After one suspect, Yu Min-cheol (Kim Seung-hun), is shot dead — but with no conclusive proof he was guilty — the country's president becomes involved and adds to the pressure on the police to solve the case. Choi Cheol-gi (Hwang Jung-min), a brilliant but sidelined detective at the Metropolitan Investigation Services who has just brought down corrupt property developer Kim Yang-su (Jo Yeong-jin), is suddenly taken off the case and Kim, thanks to his powerful connections, is released and his case closed. Choi is assigned instead to the serial murders and finally promised a promotion if he can get the police force off the hook by bringing the case to a satisfying conclusion. Choi re-examines the whole case and, with the help of Kim's opportunistic rival, Jang Seok-gu (Yoo Hae-jin), decides to stitch up one of the other suspects as the killer. He chooses Lee Dong-seok (Woo Don-gi), a school bus driver with a retarded wife (Lee Mi-do) and young daughter (Park Ha-yeong) who has a past criminal record that includes child molestation. However, Choi and his team are secretly monitored by Joo Yang (Ryoo Seung-bum), a Seoul District public prosecutor in the pocket of Kim, who is looking for payback on Choi for bringing him down and losing a construction project to Jang. One evening, however, Kim is stabbed to death while playing golf with Joo, and Joo receives embarrassing photos of himself and Kim together. Suspecting that Choi has fitted up Lee in the serial-murder case, Joo makes his suspicions known to his superiors but cannot present any hard evidence. After Joo is again made to look stupid when Lee mysteriously hangs himself in his holding cell, he launches a blitzkrieg investigation into Choi's whole career and family, and a deadly war breaks out between them, with Jang playing both sides off against each other.
Petty Romance, 1h58
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romantic comedy
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films
Actors Choi Kang-hee, Lee Sun-kyun, Oh Jung-se, Ryu Hyun-kyung, Jo Eun-ji, Lee Won-jong
Roles Hae-ryong
Rating63% 3.1977853.1977853.1977853.1977853.197785
Seoul, the present day. In need of money to redeem a treasured family portrait, struggling manhwa artist Jeong Bae takes part in a publishing company's competition for an adult manga with a prize of ₩130 million (US$100,000). Advised that his big weakness is his story-writing, Jeong Bae advertises for a professional writer and ends up hiring the self-important Han Da-rim, with whom he agrees to split the prize money 50-50 if they win. Unknown to Jeong Bae, Da-rim recently lost her job as a sex columnist at magazine Hot Girl — edited by her friend Ma Kyung-sun — where she compensated for her lack of experience with men by copying material from the Kama Sutra to the Kinsey Reports. For the manhwa competition, Da-rim comes up with the idea of a female assassin, Ma Mi-so, who keeps her male victims captive for erotic kicks; without telling Jeong Bae, she models the victim on her twin brother, womanising Han Jong-soo, who shares a flat with her and cannot wait for her to move out. She finally does, which leads Jeong Bae's friend (and fellow competitor) Hae-ryong, who has secretly bugged his flat, to believe they're having an affair. However, from her unrealistic sex scenes, Jeong Bae gradually comes to suspect that Da-rim has never actually "done it", and then realizes she's developed a crush on him.