Jang Young-nam

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Jang Young-nam
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Born (1973-11-25) November 25, 1973 (age 49)
Education Seoul Institute of the Arts - Theater
Occupation Actress
Years active1995-present
Lee Ho-ung
(m. 2011)
Korean name
Revised Romanization Jang Yeong-nam
McCune–Reischauer Chang Yŏngnam

Jang Young-nam (born November 25, 1973) is a South Korean actress. She began her career as an acclaimed actress in theater, then transitioned to supporting roles on television and film, notably in works by director Jang Jin. [2] A member of Jang Jin's Division 장진사단, she regularly appears in his films and theater company productions. She became one of the original cast members of the live sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live Korea when Jang Jin brought the American show to South Korea. In addition, she was a member of the Korean theater troupe Mokhwa Repertory Company.


She is known for her skill in both comedic and dramatic roles and her ability to easily transition between different genres and mediums such as theater, television and films. Some notable supporting film roles include A Werewolf Boy and Hello Ghost . She has also made memorable cameos in dramas, Pinocchio and Moon Embracing the Sun. In 2013, she played her first onscreen leading role in the revenge crime thriller Azooma, [3] [4] which won her the Best Actress Award from the Director's Guild at the 17th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF).

Personal life

In December 2011, she married a theater director and film university professor Lee Ho-ung who is seven years younger. [5] She and her husband have a son born in 2014.



1997Push! Push!
2003RunawayJung-sook Short film
2004 Someone Special Woman in accident
2005Murder, Take OneYoo Jin-ju
Love Is a Crazy Thing Eun-joo
2006 Righteous Ties Yang Yeo-il
2007 My Son Corrections officer
Hansel and Gretel Soo-jung ("mother")
2009 My Girlfriend Is an Agent Team leader Hong
Possessed Su-kyeong
Goodbye Mom Editor
Good Morning President President Cha Ji-wook's staff adviser 2
2010 Harmony Section chief Bang
The Quiz Show Scandal Jang Pal-nyeo
Finding Mr. Destiny Gi-joon's older sister Cameo
Hello Ghost Crying ghost
2011 Pained Kye-jung
Hindsight Culinary school instructor
Mr. Idol Lee Mi-ri
2012 The Neighbor Ha Tae-seon
A Werewolf Boy Sun-yi's mother
2013 Azooma Yoon Young-nam
Friend: The Great Legacy Choi Sung-hoon's mother Cameo
2014You Are My VampireNam-geol's mother Cameo
Ode to My Father Deok-soo's mother
2015 The Classified File Eun-joo's aunt
2016 Remember You Kim Young-hee
Love, Lies San-wol
2017 RV: Resurrected Victims Seo Hee-jung
Confidential Assignment Park So-yeon
The King's Case Note Soo-bin
Snowy Road Jong-boon's mother
2018 What a Man Wants Dam-deok
The Negotiation Manager Han
Miss Baek Jung Myeong-sook
2019 Innocent Witness Hyun-jung
Metamorphosis Choe Myeong-Ju
2020 Night in Paradise Tae Goo's sister Cameo
It premieres on Netflix in 2021.
And So Again Today[Wife] {My Wife Got Fat}Short Film
My Wife Got FatWifeShort Film
2021 Seo Bok Dr. Im Se-eun TVING Film
2022 Project Wolf Hunting Myeong-ju [6] [7]
Hero Lady Kim Ah-ryeoSpecial appearance [8]
2023 Cobweb [9]
4:00 PMHyeon-suk [10]
TBA4:44 Seconds [11]

TV movies

2015 I'm After You Nam Kyung-hee

Television series

2003MBC Best Theater
"Leaving Pippi Longstocking"
one act-drama
2004Span Drama
"The Last Day of My Life"
2006 Drama City
"The Stars Shine Brightly"
Kim Yeon-yione act-drama
2007 Dal-ja's Spring Uhm Ki-joong's wife
Drama City
"Ssamdalg Misugi"
one act-drama
2008 One Mom and Three Dads Noh Hee-sook, editor at
comics publishing company
Bitter Sweet Life Sung-sook
Women of the Sun Lee Eun-bi, TV writer
Love Marriage
Chosun Police Season 2Cho Seol
Don't Cry My Love Oh Jung-rim
2009 Hero Jin Do-hee
2010 I Am Legend Oh Seung-hye
Daemul Wang Joong-ki, electoral specialist
2011I Believe in LoveKim Eui-sookCameo
Vampire Prosecutor Yoon Ji-heeCameo (episodes 4,8,11)
Glory Jane Yeo Eun-joo
2012 Moon Embracing the Sun Shaman AriCameo (episode 1)
I Love Lee Tae-ri Oh Mi-ja
Dr. Jin Noblewoman JoCameo (episodes 7–8)
Horse Doctor Baek Kwang-hyun's motherCameo (episode 1)
The Birth of a Family Ma Jin-hee
2013 7th Grade Civil Servant Jang Young-soon
Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love Court lady Cheon
Goddess of Marriage Kwon Eun-hee
2014 Pinocchio Ki Ha-myung's mother
2015Persevere, Goo Hae-raKang-soon
Miss Mamma Mia Lee Mi-ryun
Hogu's Love Pickpocket momCameo (episodes 2, 6)
Snowy RoadChoi Jong-boon's mother
Flower of Queen Choi Hye-jin
Glamorous Temptation Kang Il-ran
2016 Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo Coach Choi Sung-eun
2017 My Sassy Girl Gyun-woo's Mother
The King in Love Princess Wonsung
2018 Lovely Horribly Kim Ok-hee
The Smile Has Left Your Eyes Tak So-jung [12]
2019 The Crowned Clown Queen Dowager [13]
My Country Seo Seol
2020 Nobody Knows Jeong So-yeon
Find Me in Your Memory Choi Hee-sang
It's Okay to Not Be Okay Park Haeng-ja
2021 The Devil Judge Cha Kyung-hee
The Veil Do Jin-sook [14]
Drama Special – F20Goo Ae-ran [15]
2022 Cheer Up Sung Chun-yang [16]
2023 Crash Course in Romance Jang Seo-jin [17]
The Heavenly Idol King Yeomra [18]
Delightfully Deceitful Seo Gye-suk

Web series

2019IN SEOULSong Young-ju

Variety show

2011 Saturday Night Live Korea Season 1Cast member [19]
2012 Saturday Night Live Korea Season 2 [20]


1995 Romeo and Juliet Juliet
1996Love with a Fox
The Threepenny Opera
1997Dongbaek Agasshi"Lady Camellia"
1998The Wandering Troupe
Birds Don't Use the Crosswalk
1999코소보 그리고 유랑
Bujayuchin"Intimacy Between Father and Son"
Chun-pung's Wife
Love with a Fox
One Morning with Snow and Rain
Lost River
Chun-pung's Wife
2001Dressing Room
Romeo and Juliet
2002Centipede and Earthworm
Regrets of Gwanghae
Welcome to Dongmakgol
Romeo and Juliet
2003Train for Xian
Proof Catherine
Return to Hamlet Ophelia
The Hunchback Richard III
Taxi Driver
2005 Princess Bari
The Vagina Monologues
Who Shaved My Sister's Head?Yi-geum
Kyung-sook, Kyung-sook's FatherKyung-sook
Chinjeong Eomma"My Mom"Daughter
Clumsy People Yoo Hwa-yi
2008 Port Rachel Keats
2009 The Seagull Nina
2009-2010Don't Be Too SurprisedDaughter-in-law
2010Gyungnam Changnyung-gun Gilgok-myun"Oberösterreich"
2011Sanbul [21] [22] "Forest Fire"Sawol
2021–2022Richard IIIQueen Elizabeth [23]

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryNominated workResult
200137th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress in TheaterDressing RoomWon
200238th Dong-A Theatre Awards Best Actress Romeo and Juliet Won
2005 The Dong-a Ilbo Top Actress of the Next GenerationWon
2009Korea Theater AwardsBest ActressDon't Be Too SurprisedWon
46th Dong-A Theatre Awards Won
30th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress My Girlfriend Is an Agent Nominated
201119th Today's Young Artist AwardsRecipientWon
48th Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actress Hello Ghost Nominated
32nd Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2012 33rd Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress The Neighbor Nominated
17th Busan International Film Festival - Director's Guild of Korea [24] Best Actress Azooma Won
2013Irvine International Film Festival [25] [26] Won
50th Grand Bell Awards Nominated
Best Supporting Actress A Werewolf Boy Won
22nd Buil Film Awards Won
34th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2nd APAN Star Awards Acting Award, Actress Goddess of Marriage
Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love
The Birth of a Family
SBS Drama Awards [27] Special Acting Award, Actress in a Weekend/Daily Drama Goddess of Marriage Won
2015 35th MBC Drama Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Special Project Drama Flower of Queen, Glamorous Temptation Nominated
36th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress The Classified File Nominated
2016 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Supporting ActressNominated
2016 Scene Stealer Festival Bonsang Award [28] Won
36th MBC Drama Awards Golden Acting Award, Actress in a Miniseries Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo Nominated
2017 37th MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actress in a Monday-Tuesday Drama The King in Love Nominated
2019 40th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress MetamorphosisNominated
8th Korea Best Star Award (Korean Film Actors Association)Best Supporting ActressWon
2020 39th MBC Drama Awards Find Me in Your Memory Nominated
28th SBS Drama Awards [29] Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Genre/Action Drama Nobody Knows Nominated
2021 57th Baeksang Arts Awards [30] [31] Best Supporting Actress (TV) It's Okay to Not Be Okay Nominated
40th MBC Drama Awards [32] Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries The Veil Won
35th KBS Drama Awards [33] Best Actress in Drama Special/TV Cinema Drama Special – F20Nominated

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