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Park Jung Min (Park Jungmin)

Actor Park Jung Min (Park Jungmin) Drama, Profile, Facts, and TMI


Park Jung Min Profile

  • Birth Name: 박정민 (Park Jung Min)
  • Stage Name: Park Jung Min
  • Nationality: South Korean
  • Date of Birth: 1987.03.24
  • Zodiac Sign: Aries
  • Chinese Zodiac: Rabbit
  • Height: 178 cm (5’83)
  • Weight: 78 kg (171.9 lbs)
  • Blood Type: B
  • Agency: SEM Company
  • Personal Social Media: N/A

Park Jung Min Facts & TMI

  • Park Jung Min was born in Chungju, Chungcheongbuk-do. He grew up in Seongnam.
  • His family consists of mother, father, and a younger sister.
  • He graduated from prestigious high school and later enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities, Korea University.
  • He dropped out of Korea University and continue his study in Film and Acting Department, Korea National University of Arts.
  • In 2010, he made an acting debut in director Yoon Sung Hyun director’s Korean Academy of Film Arts graduation project titled ‘Bleak Night’ alongside Lee Je Hoon.
  • The project ‘Bleak Night’ unexpectedly became a hit and earned several film award nominations for  Park Jung Min.
  • After his appearance with Lee Je Hoon in the movie, he maintains a close friendship with the actor until now.
  • He especially received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Song Mong Kyu in director Lee Joon Ik’s movie ‘Dongju: The Portrait of A Poet’ in 2016.
  • He swept the Best New Actor awards from prestigious awards including Baeksang Arts Awards 2016, Korea Film Actors Association Awards 2016, Director’s Cut Awards 2016, and Blue Dragon Film Awards 2016 for his performance in ‘Dongju: The Portrait of A Poet’.
  • He acted as a transgender in the movie ‘Deliver Us From Evil’ which was released in 2020. His performance in the movie earned him a Best Supporting Actor award from Blue Dragon Film Awards 2021 and Baeksang Arts Awards 2021.
  • He made a directorial debut alongside actor and longtime friend Lee Je Hoon, actress Choi Hee Seo, and actor Son Seok Koo in a short film project ‘Unframed: Chief Election’. The movie was invited for screening at Busan International Film Festival 2021.
  • He is also active as a writer. He has published an essays ‘A Useful Person’ in 2016 that immediately became a best seller.
  • Park Jung Min and his friends operated a bookstore called Book, Night, Day from 2019  to 2021.
  • He thinks that his heyday was during his elementary school days.
  • He is widely known as a hard-working actor that has been active since his debut, and is willing to accept various roles.
  • He is a supporting of the baseball team Hanwha Eagles.
  • He wants to be an actor with friendly vibes for viewers.
  • He described his personality as “dark”.
  • He became a columnist at Topclass magazine.
  • He looks quite young for his age.
  • The compliment that he loves to hear the most is “You are handsome”.
  • He is also good at singing.
  • He doesn’t own any social media because he is afraid that he will do “mistakes” if he has one.
  • Park Jung Min got several tattoos on the inner part of his left and right arms after he finished shooting ‘Sunset in My Hometown’.
  • He lost 20 kg for his role in ‘Tazza: One Eyed Jack’.
  • In 2011 he made a drama debut through ‘KBS2 Drama Special: Human Casino’ as Cha Tae Oh.
  • Many fans think that he suits blonde hair color.
  • His fans often make fun of his narrow shoulders, saying that it made him even cuter.
  • Actor Jung Hae In mentioned Park Jung Min as his role model.
  • He was a member of D.P (deserter pursuit) team during his military service.
  • He is under the same agency as veteran actors Hwang Jung Min and Ryu Seung Bum.


‘The End of the World’ as Boy (2007/ Short film)
‘Lovers’ as Ho Young (2009/ Short film)
‘Study Group’ (2010)
‘The Cap of Fools’ as Park Jung Min (2011)
‘Bleak Night’ as Baek Hee Joon/ Becky (2011)
‘Short! Short! Short! 2010: Fantastic Theater’ as I-mae (2011/ Segment: ‘The Famished’)
‘Dancing Queen’ as “Ramyun in package” (2012)
‘Fists of Legend’ as young Im Deok Kyu (2013)
‘The Flu’ as Chul Gyo (2013)
‘Hot Young Bloods’ as Hwang Kyu (2014)
‘Tinker Ticker’ as Lee Hyo Min (2014)
‘Mad Sad Bad’ as Bizen/ Bo Hyun (2014/ Segment: ‘Ghost’)
‘Momo Salon’ as Chang Gyun (2014)
‘Heartbreak Hotel’ as Chen (2015)
‘Office’ as Lee Won Suk (2015)
‘Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet’ as Song Mong Gyu (2016)
‘Pure Love’ as Yong Soo (2016)
‘Horror Stories 3’ as Dong Geun (2016/ Segment: ‘Road Rage’)
‘The King’ as Heo Ki Hoon (2017/ Special appearance)
‘The Artist: Reborn’ as Jae Bum (2017)
‘The King’s Case Note’ as Crown Prince Uikyung (2017/ Special appearance)
‘Keys to the Heart’ as Jin Tae (2018)
‘Psychokinesis’ as Kim Jung Hyun (2018)
‘Sunset in My Hometown’ as Hak Soo (2018)
‘Svaha: The Sixth Finger’ as Na Han (2019)
‘Tazza: One Eyed Jack’ as Do Il Chul (2019)
‘Start-Up’ as Go Taek Il (2019)
‘Time to Hunt’ as Sang Soo (2020)
‘Deliver Us from Evil’ as Yui (2020)
‘Moving On’ (2021/ Narrator, barrier-free version)
‘The Miracle’ as Jun Kyung (2021)
‘Unframed – The Election of the Chief’ (2021/ Watcha short film/ Director, scriptwriter)
‘One Victory’ as Kang Jeong Won (TBA)
‘Smuggler’ (TBA)

TV Series

‘KBS2 Drama Special – Human Casino’ as Cha Tae Oh (KBS2/ 2011)
‘Feast of the Gods’ as Jang Mi So (MBC/ 2012)
‘Golden Time’ as Jang Young Woo (MBC/ 2012)
‘Adolescence Medley’ as Shin Young Bok (KBS2/ 2013)
‘You’re All Surrounded’ as Ji Gook (SBS/ 2014)
‘Righteous Love’ as Jang Ki Tae (tvN/ 2014)
‘Reply 1988’ as Sung Bo Ra’s boyfriend (tvN/ 2015/ Cameo, episode 8–9)
‘Entourage’ as Lee Ho Jin (tvN/ 2016)
‘Mr. Sunshine’ as Ahn Chang Ho (tvN/ 2018/ Cameo, episode 22)
‘Hellbound’ as Bae Young Jae (Netflix/ 2021)


‘Kisaragi Miki-chan’ as Snake (2011–2013)
‘The Escape of G-Code’ as Man (2014)
‘Romeo & Juliet’ as Romeo (2017)

Variety Show

‘KBS 3 Days Documentary’ (KBS2/ 2009)
‘I Am a Movie Director 2’ (CGV Channel/ 2015)
‘Live Talk Show TAXI’ (tvN/ 2017/ Guest)
‘Running Man’ (SBS/ 2017, 2018, 2019/ Guest)
‘Night Line’ (SBS/ 2017/ Guest)
‘Yoo Hee Yeol Sketchbook’ (KBS2/ 2018/ Guest)
‘Hangout with Yoo’ (MBC/ 2019/ Guest)
‘Movie Room’ (JTBC/ 2019/ Guest)
‘I Live Alone’ (MBC/ 2020/ Guest)
‘DoReMi Market’ (tvN/ 2020/ Guest)
‘Yoo Quiz on the Block’ (tvN/ 2021/ Guest)


‘Butterfly’ by SUJUNGSUN (2012)
‘With the Heart to Forget You’ by IU (2018)
‘HERO OST: Byunsan Monologue’ by Park Jung Min, Kim Go Eun, Yankie (2018)
‘I’m Always You’ by Lee Seung Hwan (2019)
‘RECONNECT For the gone’ by Code Kunst, Simon Dominic, Choi Jung Hoon of JANNABI (2020/ also act as MV writer and director)

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