Eric Mun

에릭
Eric, Eric Moon, Moon Jeong Hyuk
Korea
Eric Mun

About

Eric Mun is the stage name of Mun Jung Hyuk, a Korean American singer and actor active in South Korea. Born on February 16, 1979, in Seoul, he moved with his family to Los Angeles, California, when he was in middle school. Eric Mun returned to Korea in 1996 to become a music trainee and debuted as the leader and lead rapper of the K-pop boy group Shinhwa in 1998. He made his acting debut in the 2003 television drama “Breathless” and then shot to fame with the 2004 drama “Phoenix.” He has since starred in “Super Rookie” (2005), “Que Sera Sera” (2007), “Strongest Chil Woo” (2008), “Spy Myung Wol” (2011) and “Discovery of Love” (2014). Eric Mun gave up his U.S. citizenship in 2003 and was the first Shinhwa member to serve his mandatory Korean military service from 2008 to 2010. In 2014, Eric Mun and longtime manager Lee Jong Hyun established the E&J Entertainment, a management agency to oversee Eric Mun’s activities. He also is co-CEO of Shinhwa Company with Lee Min Woo.

Born
Feb 16, 1979 (age 36)
Blood Type
B
Star Sign
Aquarius
Height
180 cm
Weight
71 kg
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Works6

Discovery of Love
EN 100% Korea
Strongest Chil Woo
EN 100% Korea
Que Sera Sera
EN 0% Korea
Super Rookie
EN 100% Korea

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