Joo Jin-mo is a well-known South Korean actress and performer who has appeared in TV dramas such as “Fashion 70’s” (2005), “Flowers in Fog” (2013), “Woman with a Suitcase” (2016), “Bad Guys: City of Evil” (2017), and others.
His birthday is August 11th, 1974, and he was born in Seoul, South Korea. He is 47 years old right now. Unfortunately, little information about his family or childhood exists. It’s being looked into.
There is no information regarding his brothers and sisters. Joo was born in South Korea, although his ethnicity is uncertain. Leo is his zodiac sign.
More Facts about Joo Jin-mo
|Age||47 years 7 months|
|Birth Date||September 26, 1974|
|Full Name||Joo Jin-mo|
|Birth Place||Seoul, South Korea|
|Height||5 feet 11 inches (1.80m)|
|Education||University of Incheon|
|Best Match for Marriage||Gemini|
He studied Physical Education at the University of Incheon before dropping out to pursue Film and Art at Chung-Ang University.
Professional Life Career
In terms of his vocation, he had his stage debut in 1997 with the play ‘Taxi Driver.’ He most likely made his big-screen debut in the film ‘Park V. Park,’ but received little notice. In 1999, he also participated in the KBS2 drama ‘Sad Temptation.’ Then, in 1999, he starred in the film ‘Dance Dance.’
His portrayal of a scorned lover in the romance drama drew a lot of attention from both Korean and international viewers. During the year 2000, he also starred in
KBS2’s ‘Look Back in Anger’ and the film ‘Real Fiction,’ which was shot in just 3.5 hours with no retakes. Joo also appeared in the historical drama series ‘Bichunmoo’ from 2004 to 2005. (Dance in the Sky).
He co-starred with Lee Yo-won in SBS’ blockbuster show “Fashion 70’s” in 2005. In 2006, he acted in ‘Puzzle,’ a film about a botched bank robbery. He also appeared in the TV show ‘Queen of the Game.’ He and Park Si-Yeon co-starred in the gangster romance ‘A Love’ in 2007. The next year, he acted in ‘A Frozen Flower,’ a controversial film depicting a love triangle involving a homosexual Goryeo King, his Queen, and the Royal Guard.
Comeback on Television
He made a comeback to television in 2009 with the SBS series “Dream,” in which he played a sports agent for a K-1 fighter. In 2010, he co-starred alongside Son Seung-Yeon in the film ‘A Better Tomorrow.’ During his first fan meeting in Japan in 2011, he performed ‘Like Rain, Like Music’ by late artist Kim Hyun-Sik. In 2012, he made a comeback to the big screen in the film ‘Gabi,’ in which he played a 19th-century con man.
He also acted in the Chinese TV drama ‘Flowers in Fog,’ which was based on a novel by Qiong Yao, in 2013. The filming of the series took place in France. He also starred in ‘Empress Ki,’ a historical drama in which he played a role based on King Chunghye. In 2015, he returned to the stage with a production of Margaret Mitchell’s classic, ‘Gone With the Wind.’ He also participated in the MBC network’s ‘Woman with a Suitcase’ in 2016. He starred in the OCN drama ‘Bad Guys: City of Evil’ in 2017.
Nominations and Awards
For Happy End, he received the 37th Grand Bell Award for Best Supporting Actor. Look Back in Anger earned Joo the KBS Drama Award for Best New Actor. For A Love, he won the 28th Blue Dragon Film Awards for Popular Star Award.
He also won Best Actor (Film) at the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards for A Frozen Flower. For A Better Tomorrow, he won the 3rd Style Icon Awards for Style Icon Award, Movie Actor. In addition, for Empress Ki, he won the MBC Drama Awards for Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Special Project Drama.
Net worth and Salary
When it comes to his salary and net worth, His salary and net worth have been made public.
Rumors and Controversy
Joo hasn’t been linked to any rumors, scandals, or legal issues. He is unaffected by rumors or controversies.
Joo stands at 5 feet 11 inches tall. He also weighs 59 kilograms. The color of Joo’s hair is black, and the color of his eyes is brown.
Joo does not appear to be on any social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.