Kim Jin-seong (actor)

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Kim Jin-seong
Born (2001-05-08) May 8, 2001 (age 20)
South Korea
Years active2003–present
Korean name

Kim Jin-seong (born May 8, 2001) is a South Korean actor.



Television series

2003 Age of Warriors Madage
(later Emperor Zhangzong)
2008 The Great King, Sejong young Zhengtong Emperor
Love and Marriageyoung Park Hyun-soo KBS2
Don't Cry My Love Joon MBC
2009 The City Hall Cho-rang SBS
Three Brothers Kim Hyun-sooKBS2
2010 Marry Me, Mary! young Jung In
2011 KBS Drama Special "That Man Is There"young Choi Joon-yong
Original Fairytale Watching on TV "Kid Carrying Bag"Young-taek EBS
My Love By My Side young Lee So-ryongSBS
Gyebaek Buyeo Tae MBC
2012 Take Care of Us, Captain young Kim Yoon-sungSBS
Moon Embracing the Sun child YangmyeongMBC
Dream of the Emperor young Kim Beob-min KBS1
Dr. Jin Jin Soon-youngMBC
2013Happy Noodleyoung Ho-jin Zhejiang TV
Hur Jun, The Original Story Prince ShinseongMBC
2014 Empress Ki Prince Maha
Family Secret Go Eun-ho tvN
2015 In Still Green Days young Lee Young-hoonKBS2
Make a Woman Cry Hwang Jung-hoonMBC
2017 Stranger young Kim Jung-bontvN
Prison Playbook young Yoo Han-yang
The Miracle We Met Im Ho-takKBS2
Mr. Sunshine Hak Do-byungtvN
Heart Surgeons Jin-wooSBS
2019 Special Labor Inspector Gu Min-jaeMBC
2020 Team Bulldog: Off-Duty Investigation Jo Myung-soo OCN
2022 The King of Tears, Lee Bang-won Lee Bang-seok [lower-alpha 1] KBS1
  1. also known as Grand Prince Ui-an, the second son of King Taejo and Queen Sindeok


2010 Hello Ghost Jung-won
2011 Ghastly  [ ko ]Gi-jin

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