Cha Tae Hyun Profile
- Birth Name : 차태현 (Cha Tae Hyun)
- Stage Name : 차태현 (Cha Tae Hyun)
- Nationality : Korea Selatan
- Date of Birth : March 25th, 1976
- Zodiac Sign : Aries
- Chinese Zodiac : Dragon
- Height : 175 cm
- Weight : 65 kg
- Blood Type : A
- Agency : Blossom Entertainment
- Debut : 1995 (KBS Super Talent Contest)
- Social Media : N/A
- Fandom : Agape
- Official Color : Blue
Cha Tae Hyun Facts & TMI
- Cha Tae Hyun was born in Gangnam-Gu.
- Besides as an actor, he is also active as announcer, radio announcer, PD (Program Director), singer, and entertainer.
- He graduated from Seoul Ilwon Elementary School, Middle School Middle School, and Seocho High School.
- Tae Hyun then entered 2 universities, Seoul Institute of the Arts for Broadcasting Entertainment and Kyonggi University, majoring in Multimedia Imaging.
- He was exempted from military service due to a shoulder injury.
- Tae Hyun is one of the South Korean actors who has his official fandom and color.
- Cha Tae Hyun’s MBTI personality type is ISTJ.
- He likes to watch movies and sing.
- His nicknames are Cha Tae-bal, Cha Hee-bin, Lukaku, Taehyun Bel, MC Happer.
- Actually, Cha Tae Hyun has suffered from panic disorder.
- Cha Tae Hyun became the co-founder of his current agency, Blossom Entertainment.
- Tae Hyun’s father, Cha Jae Wan is a former director for sound effects at KBS television station.
- And his mother is a former voice over.
- While his older brother, Cha Ji Hyeon also worked in the sound effects field before becoming a movie producer.
- Cha Tae Hyun married Choi Seok Eun who is a songwriter.
- Choi Seok Eun is also known as Tae Hyun’s first and only girlfriend since high school.
- That’s why Cha Tae Hyun is known and labeled as a loyal man to his wife.
- He is one of the Korean actors who does not smoke.
- He even had a hard time doing the smoking scene on the drama “Hello Ghost” (2010).
- Cha Tae Hyun, Kim Jong Kook (Running Man), actor Jang Hyuk, and singer Hong Kyung Min are best friends from the same year of birth.
- On May 28th, 2016, Cha Tae Hyun and Hong Kyung Min formed a duo group named “Hongcha” (means “Black Tea”). We could see that it takes from their surname.
- Hong Kyung Min also made a special appearance on “Unexpected Business” to support his good friend.
- When he participated in the KBS Super Talent audition contest, Tae Hyun got a silver medal.
- Tae Hyun’s remarkable works are My Sassy Girl (2001 drama), Hello Ghost (2010 drama), Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds (2017 movie), 2 Days & 1 Night, and Unexpected Business (both are variety shows).
- In 2001, Tae Hyun’s title track “I Love You” from his first album won the 1st place on MBC Music Camp for 2 weeks in a row.
- Again, in the middle of June 2003, his title track “Again to Me” from the 2nd album also won the 1st place on the same music program.
- As a singer, Tae Hyun often collaborates with other musicians such as “Brave Brother” (Kang Dong Chul) and “Koyote”.
- He also once joined the “Two Yoo Project Sugar Man” project by Yoo Jae Suk and musician Yoo Hee Yeol.
- Since the movie “Scandal Makers” (2008), Tae Hyun was becoming close to actress Park Bo Young. Even Bo Young sometimes calls Tae Hyun as “father”.
- Hit The Top (2017) was the first movie directed by Tae Hyun where he also performed as one of the main roles.
- Cha Tae Hyun becomes identical with one of Korean famous Program Directors (PD) Yoo Ho Jin, who directs Unexpected Business, Hometown Flex, Where on Earth??, and 2 Days & 1 Night Season 3.
- In 2010, Cha Tae Hyun’s name was listed on the “Korea Power Celebrity by Forbes” list and ranked 37th.
- Puppy (TBA)
- Along With the Gods: The Two Worlds (2017) as Kim Ja-hong
- Because I Love You (2017) as Lee Hyeong
- My New Sassy Girl (2016) as Gyun-woo
- Slow Video (2014) as Yeo Jang-boo
- The Con Artists (2014) as technician (cameo)
- Tazza: The Hidden Card (2014) as Radio DJ (cameo)
- Steal My Heart (2013) as cameo
- The Grand Heist (2012) as Lee Deok-mu
- Never Ending Story (2012) as cameo
- Champ (2011) as Seung-ho
- Sunny (2011) as cameo
- Hello Ghost (2010) as Kang Sang-man
- Triangle (2009) as cameo
- Maybe (Rabbit and Lizard) (2009) as Yeong-nam (cameo)
- Scandal Makers (2008) as Nam Hyun-soo
- My Mighty Princess (2008) as Pigeon man (cameo)
- BABO (2008) as Seung-ryong
- Horton Hears a Who! (animation film – 2008) as dubber (voice of Horton the Elephant)
- Highway Star (2007) as Bong Dal-ho / Bong Pil
- My Girl and I (2005) as Kim Su-ho
- Sad Movie (2005) as Jung Ha-suk
- Two Guys (2004) as Kim Hoon
- Windstruck (2004) as cameo
- Who’s Got the Tape? (2004) as Jap-beom (cameo)
- Happy Ero Christmas (2003) as Sung Byung-ki
- Crazy First Love (2003) as Son Tae-il
- Lovers’ Concerto (2002) as Lee Ji-hwan
- My Sassy Girl (2001) as Gyun-woo
- Hallelujah (1997)
- Moving (TBA)
- Police University (KBS2 / 2021) as Yoo Dong-man
- Birthcare Center (tvN / 2020) as Cha Tae-hyun (cameo)
- Team Bulldog: Off-Duty Investigation (OCN / 2020) as Jin Gang-ho
- Matrimonial Chaos (KBS2 / 2018) as Cho Suk-moo
- Hit the Top (KBS2 / 2017) as Lee Gwang-jae (also as the director)
- Legend of the Blue Sea (SBS / 2016) as cameo
- Love in the Moonlight (KBS2 / 2016) as worker (cameo)
- The Producers (KBS2 / 2015) as Ra Joon-mo
- Drama Festival “4teen” (MBC / 2014) as adult Young-hoon (cameo)
- Jeon Woo-chi (KBS2 / 2012) as Jeon Woo-chi
- My Husband Got a Family (KBS2 / 2012) as Tae-bong (cameo)
- Lights and Shadows (MBC / 2011) as cameo
- General Hospital 2 (MBC / 2008) as Choi Jin-sang
- Flowers for My Life (KBS2 / 2007) as Yoon Ho-sang
- First Love of a Royal Prince (MBC / 2004) as Choi Gun-hee
- Juliet’s Man (SBS / 2000) as Jang Gi-poong
- Into the Sunlight (MBC / 1999) as Kang In-ha
- I’m Still Loving You (MBC / 1999) as Park Young-jae
- Happy Together (SBS / 1999) as Ha Shin-yeop
- Sunflower (MBC / 1998) as Dr. Heo Jae-bong
- Shy Lovers (MBC / 1998) as Hwang In-soo
- Ready Go! (MBC / 1997) as Park Chan-ki
- First Love (KBS2 / 1997) as friend of Chan-woo
- Daughter-in-law’s Three Kingdoms (KBS2 / 1996)
- Looking Into Each Other’s Eyes and Loving Each Other (KBS2 / 1996)
- Papa (KBS2 / 1996) as Jang Jung-moon
- Our Sunny Days of Youth (KBS2 / 1995)
- Unexpected Business 2 (2022) as host with Jo In Sung
- Wild Idol (2021) as panelist
- National Bang Bang Cook Cook (2021) as member
- Unexpected Business (2021) as host with Jo In Sung
- Hometown Flex (2020) as host
- Where on Earth?? (2018) as member
- Radio Star (2018-2019) as host
- Dragon Club – Childish Bromance (2017) as member
- Gura Chacha Time Slip – New Boy (2016)
- 2 Days & 1 Night (2012-2019) as member
- Campus Song Festival (2007, 2003, 2002) as host
- Mnet KM Music Festival (2001-2003) as host
- Happy Saturday (1998) as host
- Family Camp (1998) as host
- Mr. Radio (2007-2008) as DJ
- FM Popular Music with Cha Tae-hyun (1999-2000) as DJ
- Again by TURBO feat. Yoo Jae Suk (2015)
- I Need You by g.o.d (2001)
- Takedown by Cha Tae Hyun & Hong Kyung Min (OST Team Bulldog: Off-Duty Investigation / 2020)
- Archive People by Cha Tae Hyun, Hong Kyung Min, & Samuel (2019)
- Near Parting (OST Matrimonial Chaos / 2018)
- Bygone Days (OST Because I Love You / 2016)
- Cheer Up Song by Cha Tae Hyun & Hong Kyung Min (2016)
- Happiness (OST Champ / 2011)
- With You (OST Hello Ghost / 2010)
- Because I Love You (OST Scandal Makers / 2008)
- Wind Wind Wind (OST Highway Star / 2007)
- Ichaseon Bridge (OST Highway Star / 2007)
- Don’t Let Go of My Hand (OST Sad Movie / 2005)
- Forget Me (OST Sad Movie / 2005)
- The Book, 2nd Album (2003) dengan total 14 lagu
- Photograph (OST Lovers’ Concerto / 2002)
- I Don’t Know (OST Lovers’ Concerto / 2002)
- Accident, 1st Album (2001) dengan total 15 lagu
- Ethos #301, Motor Cycle, Where Are We Going, dan Cabbage Worm (OST Juliet’s Man / 2000)
- KBS Drama Awards – Best Couple Award & Top Excellence Award, Actor (Matrimonial Chaos)
- 18th MBC Entertainment Awards – Excellence Award, Music/Talk Category (Male) (Radio Star)
- 18th Korea World Youth Film Festival – Popular Actor Award
- KBS Drama Awards – Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length Drama & Best Couple Award (The Producers)
- KBS Entertainment Awards – Top Excellence Award (2 Days & 1 Night)
- KBS Entertainment Awards – Top Entertainer Award (2 Days & 1 Night)
- 6th Max Movie Awards – Best Actor (Scandal Makers)
- 45th Grand Bell Awards – Overseas Popularity Award (BABO)
- KBS Entertainment Awards – Best Radio DJ (Mr. Radio)
- Savings Day – Presidential Citation
- 24th Blue Dragon Film Awards – Popular Star Award (Crazy First Love)
- 23rd Blue Dragon Film Awards – Popular Star Award (Lovers’ Concerto)
- 25th Golden Cinematography Awards – Best New Actor (My Sassy Girl)
- 39th Grand Bell Awards – Popularity Award (My Sassy Girl)
- 22nd Blue Dragon Film Awards – Best New Actor (My Sassy Girl)
- SBS Drama Awards – SBSi Award, Popularity Award, & Big Star Award (Juliet’s Man)
- 35th Baeksang Arts Awards – Best New Actor (TV) (Sunflower)
- SBS Drama Awards – Best New Actor (Happy Together)
- MBC Drama Awards – Best New Actor (I’m Still Loving You)
- KBS Super Talent Contest – Silver Medal