Jo Hee Bong is a popular South Korean actor who has had a prolific career as a supporting actor in theater, films and television dramas. Born on August 23, 1971, he began acting as part of the theater troupe Bipa in 1997. Some of his popular recent credits include the television dramas “Three Days” (2014), “Yoo Na’s Street” (2014), “She’s So Lovable” (2014), “Six Flying Dragons” (2015), “Love in the Moonlight” (2016), “Naked Fireman” (2017) and “Tunnel” (2017). Jo Hee Bong also served as the live moderator for “Crossroads of Youth” (1934), Korea’s oldest surviving silent film, at many national and international film festivals in collaboration with director Kim Tae Yong.
- Aug 29, 1971 (age 47)
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