Park In-hwan (actor)

Last updated
Park In-hwan
190515 baginhwan.jpg
Park in May 2019
Born (1945-01-06) January 6, 1945 (age 77)
Education Chung-Ang University – Theatre and Film
Years active1965–present
Korean name
Revised Romanization Bak In-hwan
McCune–Reischauer Pak Inhwan

Park In-hwan (born January 6, 1945) is a South Korean actor.




1990I Stand EverydayBoss Yook
Well, Let's Look at the Sky SometimesYoung-soo's father
1991Milk Chocolate 1950-1990Seo Pan-sool
Teenage Coup de grâce
1993When Adam Opens His EyesAudio master
1995Millions in My AccountJeon Dal-soo's father
1997Baby SaleSang-joon's father
1998Two Cops 3Detective Lee Hyeong-gu's father
The Quiet Family [1] Kang Dae-goo
1999The SpyMr. Oh
2000Weathering the StormsFather
Just Do It!Relative of the family (cameo)
2001Prison World CupDirector Jang
One Fine Spring Day Sang-woo's father
2002Oh! LaLa SistersKim Il-dong
Sex of MagicPark Sung-bin's father
2004 Two Guys Director Lee (cameo)
2006MoodoriGu Bong-gi
2007 Happiness Seok-gu (cameo)
2009 Thirst [2] Priest Roh
Fly, PenguinElder Kwon
The Executioner [3] Prison officer Kim
The Righteous ThiefHong Man-seok
2014 Miss Granny Mr. Park
2017 Lucid Dream Seong-pil
2019 The Odd Family: Zombie on Sale Man-deok
Exit Jang-soo
2022 Kingmaker Kang In-san
TBAUnexpected Love

Television series

1965The Long Voyage Home
19811st RepublicLee Seung-yeop MBC
1984MBC Bestseller Theater
"30-Day Picnic"
1986MBC Bestseller Theater
"Bird in Flight Again"
1987MBC Bestseller Theater
"Rain Shower"
1989Wang Rung's KinPil-yong KBS2
For the Emperor MBC
2nd RepublicKim Yeong-seon
The 5th ColumnDirector Park
The Region of CalmYoo Jin-sanKBS2
1990My Sister, Mong-silMr. Kim MBC
1991Our ParadisePsychology professor,
Jin-soo and Seung-mi's father
Land of ThirstBoss ChoiKBS2
말로만 중산층Kim Dal-guk MBC
Tingling FingertipsKBS2
Eyes of Dawn Private Gu Bo-da MBC
1992MBC Best Theater
"The Era of Passion"
Rainbow in MapoPark Geo-se
1993JanuaryKim Jin-guKBS2
Our Hot SongJae-hee's father SBS
Han River CuckooFriend of
Han Sang-pil's parents
Mountain WindHong Jeong-gi MBC
Love Is LivingSBS
1994MBC Best Theater
"What Are You Afraid About Turning Fifty"
What Have You Done YetDong Ki-hoSBS
1995 Asphalt Man Elder Kang
You Said You Loved MeKBS2
Hopefully the SkyDeok-bae KBS1
1996Pretty WomanHan Seok-bongKBS2
1.5Seok-hyun's fatherMBC
GanyiyeokChoi Seung-don
First Love KBS2
Im Kkeok-jeongIm Dol-yiSBS
1997MBC Best Theater
"Crying Crow"
Beyond the HorizonPark Du-chilSBS
A Bluebird Has ItDirector Baek's fatherKBS2
MBC Best Theater
"Please Stop by the Laundromat"
1998Homecoming, a Short StoryDetective MinKBS1
MBC Best Theater
"Pensive Bodhisattva"
Director JangMBC
For the Sake of LoveKang Tae-bongMBC
Love on a Jujube TreeKBS1
Legendary AmbitionKBS2
Dreaming of Christmas MBC
AdvocateKim Kang-jin
1999Young SunKang Tae-hoSBS
Beautiful SecretKBS2
TV Novel "My Older Sister's Mirror"
2000Wang Rung's LandWang RungSBS
2001Orient TheatreMoon Soo-ilKBS2
Like Father, Unlike SonChoi Bok-dal
Sangdo Hong Deuk-joo MBC
2002Sidestreet PeoplePark Paeng-joKBS2
To Be with YouChoi In-seokKBS1
ConfessionBoss Choi MBC
My Platoon LeaderMaster Sergeant Lee
2003Into the SunJeon Joon-ohSBS
Near to YouPrincipal Cha
Land of Wine Lee Jin-pyeong
Good PersonOh Dong-chulMBC
South of the SunNoh Young-manSBS
Briar FlowerMin Dae-sikKBS1
2004Say You Love MeSeo Pil-sang MBC
My Hidden LoveJung Il-hyun
Hyung (My Older Brother) [4] Ji Sang-taeKBS2
Save the Last Dance for Me Ji Eun-soo's fatherSBS
Emperor of the Sea Jang Bogo's father (cameo)KBS2
2005 Drama City "Chin Up, Dad!"Byung-ho's father
Be Strong, Geum-soon! Director NohMBC
Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy Hwang Gap-soo
5th Republic Jeong Seung-hwa
Tears of DiamondChairman Jin Sang-jinSBS
A Love to Kill Cha Du-yongKBS2
Drama City "Like a Dream"Jung-yoon's father
HDTV Literature
"Saya Saya (Bird, Bird)"
Mr. Na
2006Famous PrincessesNa Yang-pal
Yeon Gaesomun Yeon Taejo SBS
Lovers Reverend Yoon
2007 Hello! Miss Hwang Man-bokKBS2
War of Money Seo In-chulSBS
The Golden Age of Daughters-in-Law Lee Soo-gilKBS2
First Wives' Club Lee Hwa-sangSBS
Drama City "Ugly You"Park Oh-chulKBS2
2008 My Precious You Jang Il-nam
2009 Three Brothers [5] Kim Soon-kyung
Enjoy LifeHong Man-bok MBC
2010 It's Okay, Daddy's Girl [6] Eun Ki-hwanSBS
2011Believe in LoveKim Soo-bongKBS2
You're So PrettyGo Man-seok MBC
Bravo, My Love! Byun Choon-nam
My One and OnlyLee Pil-yongKBS1
2012The SonsYoo Won-tae MBC
2013 One Well-Raised Daughter Jang Pan-roSBS
2014 4 Legendary Witches Park Yi-moon MBC
2016 Come Back Mister Kim Noh-gapSBS
2017 Mad Dog Byun Gook-jinKBS2
2019 Liver or Die [7] Kan Bo-goo
2020 Brilliant Heritage Boo Young-baeKBS1
2021 Navillera Shim Deok-chul tvN
Lost Chang-sook [8] JTBC
School 2021 Gong Young-soo [9] KBS2
2022 It's Beautiful Now Lee Kyeong-cheol [10]

Variety show

1990Mysterious World of Quiz Exploration KBS1


The Money Bug: Outdoor Play
The Tempest
A Man for All Seasons
A Good Person
The Wandering Troupe
The Cherry Orchard
Porgy and Bess
1994 Guys and Dolls Nathan Detroit
1995 The Fantasticks
1996Ttaraji's Banquet
1998Tumen River of Tears
1999An Inn Without an Address
2001Fallen Pagoda of Love
2002Heartbreaking Miari Hill
2005Song of Katusa
2008Scent of LoveKang-soo
2009Rain Falling in Gomoryeong2010, 2011
2010Crossing the Bakdaljae Pass in Tears
2011Tuscany in SeoulSeo Joo-hyuk

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryNominated workResult
19782nd Korea Theatre FestivalBest Actor The Tempest Won
1980 MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, ActorWon
198118th Dong-A Theatre Awards Best Actor The Cherry Orchard Won
198420th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Theater ActorA Good PersonWon
1989 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, ActorThe Region of CalmWon
1990 MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, ActorMy Sister, Mong-silWon
2000 SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, ActorWang Rung's LandWon
2006 KBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, ActorFamous PrincessesNominated
2007 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a One-Act/Special/Short DramaUgly YouWon
2010 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Daily Drama Three Brothers Nominated
2020 KBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor Brilliant Heritage Won

State honors

Name of country, year given, and name of honor
South Korea [note 1] 2021Order of Cultural Merit [14]


  1. Honors are given at the Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards, arranged by the Korea Creative Content Agency and hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. [11] [12] They are awarded to those who have contributed to the arts and South Korea's pop culture. [13]

Related Research Articles

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Han Ji-min</span> South Korean actress (born 1982)

Han Ji-min is a South Korean actress. After minor roles in All In and Dae Jang Geum, Han had her breakout role in revenge series Resurrection in 2005. This was followed by leading roles in period dramas Capital Scandal and Yi San, contemporary dramas Cain and Abel and Padam Padam, romantic dramas Rooftop Prince, Familiar Wife, and The Light in Your Eyes, as well as drama film Miss Baek. In 2022, Han starred in an omnibus-format series Our Blues.

The Order of Cultural Merit is one of South Korea's orders of merit. It is awarded by the President of South Korea for "outstanding meritorious services in the fields of culture and art in the interest of promoting the national culture and national development."

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Park Sung-woong</span> South Korean actor

Park Sung-woong is a South Korean actor. Following his acting debut in No. 3 in 1997, Park has starred in several movies and television series, notably as a gangster in New World (2013) and a serial killer in The Deal (2015).

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Chun Ho-jin</span> South Korean actor

Chun Ho-jin is a South Korean actor.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Han Ye-ri</span> South Korean actress

Han Ye-ri is a South Korean actress.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Lee Sang-yeob</span> South Korean actor

Lee Sang-yeob is a South Korean actor. He is best known for starring in the sitcom Living Among the Rich (2011–12), the melodrama The Innocent Man (2012), the period drama Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love (2013), and the fantasy drama While You Were Sleeping (2017). Lee was cast in his first leading role in the weekend drama A Little Love Never Hurts (2013). He recently gained immense recognition for portraying the role of Yoon Gyu-jin in the weekend drama Once Again (2020).

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Oh Jung-se</span> South Korean actor

Oh Jung-se is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his roles in the television series Missing 9 (2017), When the Camellia Blooms (2019), Hot Stove League (2019), and It's Okay to Not Be Okay (2020) as well as the film Swing Kids (2018). He won Baeksang Arts Award for Best Supporting Actor – Television two years in row in 2020 and 2021.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Ra Mi-ran</span> South Korean actress

Ra Mi-ran is a South Korean actress and television personality.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Shin Goo</span> South Korean actor

Shin Goo is a South Korean actor.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Kim Hwan-hee</span> South Korean actress

Kim Hwan-hee is a South Korean actress. She began her career as a child actress in 2008, and has been active ever since. She has starred in television dramas such as Invincible Lee Pyung Kang (2009), Believe in Love (2010), My One and Only (2010), and You Are the Best! (2013), as well as the films Born to Sing (2013) and The Wailing (2016).

Jung Eun-pyo is a South Korean actor. He is active in both stage and screen since 1990, notably in the film Kilimanjaro and the television dramas Moon Embracing the Sun and God's Gift - 14 Days.

<i>KBS Drama Special</i> KBS television short dramas

KBS Drama Special is a South Korean anthology series created and broadcast by KBS2, with each episode having a different story, cast, director and scriptwriter. The format is based on its predecessor Drama City and MBC's Best Theater.

Heo Jung-eun is a South Korean actress. She first drew public attention with her performances in hit dramas, My Lawyer, Mr. Jo (2016) and Love in the Moonlight (2016). At age nine, she took on her first leading role in television as Geum-bi, a girl who has childhood Niemann–Pick disease in My Fair Lady (2016).

Kim Soo-jin is a South Korean actress. She made her big screen debut in 2001, when she appeared in Wanee & Junah. She appeared in a number of hit dramas including School 2017 (2017), Misty (2018), and Watcher (2019).

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Lee Jung-eun (actress)</span> South Korean actress

Lee Jung-eun is a South Korean actress. She is best known internationally for her role as the housekeeper Moon-gwang in film Parasite, which won four Academy Awards and became the first non-English language film to win the award for Best Picture.

<i>Revolutionary Sisters</i> 2021 South Korean television series

Revolutionary Sisters is a 2021 South Korean television series starring Yoon Joo-Sang, Hong Eun-Hee, Jeon Hye-bin, Kim Kyung-nam, Go Won-hee and Lee Bo-hee. Directed by Lee Jin-seo, the weekend drama revolves around Lee sisters, who are suspected of murder of their mother during divorce proceedings of their parents. It premiered on KBS2 on March 13, 2021, and aired on every Saturday and Sunday from 19:55 (KST) till September 18.

<i>School 2021</i> 2021 South Korean television series

School 2021 is a South Korean television series directed by Kim Min-tae and starring Kim Yo-han, Cho Yi-hyun, Choo Young-woo and Hwang Bo-reum-byeol. It is the eighth installment of KBS2's School franchise. The series tells the story of 18 youths, who choose a path rather than an entrance examination. It depicts their growing period of dreams, friendship, and excitement as they struggle through the undefined boundaries. It was premiered on KBS2 on November 24, 2021 and aired every Wednesday and Thursday at 21:30 (KST) till January 13, 2022.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Lee Sang-yi (actor)</span> South Korean actor

Lee Sang-yi is a South Korean actor, musical actor and singer. He is best known for his roles in Once Again (2020), Youth of May (2021), and Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha (2021). As a singer, he is best known for being a member of the vocal group MSG Wannabe.

<i>Lost</i> (South Korean TV series) 2021 South Korean television series

Lost is a 2021 South Korean television series starring Jeon Do-yeon, Ryu Jun-yeol, Park Byung-eun and Kim Hyo-jin. Labelled as "JTBC's Tenth Anniversary Special Project", it aired from September 4 to October 24, 2021 on Saturdays and Sundays at 22:30 (KST) time slot. It is also available for streaming on iQIYI.

Jung Hee-tae is a South Korean actor. He is known for his roles in My Mind's Flower Rain (2016), My Father Is Strange (2017) and 2018 drama series Radio Romance. He has appeared in about 75 TV series, theatrical plays and films including 2021 film Sweet & Sour. In 2021, he also appeared in TV series Navillera and is appearing in Artificial City.


  1. Baldock, Luke Ryan (23 November 2012). "THN's Korean Cinema Style Week 1: Kim Jee Woon – The Quiet Family". The Hollywood News. Retrieved 2014-11-04.
  2. Baldock, Luke Ryan (15 February 2013). "THN's Korean Cinema Style Week 12: Park Chan Wook – Thirst". The Hollywood News. Retrieved 2014-11-04.
  3. "Review: Film The Executioner". 10Asia. 4 November 2009. Retrieved 2014-11-09.
  4. Suh, Jung-bo (23 September 2004). "In Our Dry and Harsh Lives, It's All About Family". The Dong-a Ilbo . Retrieved 2015-03-27.
  5. Kim, Sun-young (16 June 2010). "Review: TV series Three Brothers - Final episode". 10Asia. Retrieved 2014-11-09.
  6. Choi, Ji-eun (24 November 2010). "Review: SBS TV series I'm Okay! Daddy - 1st Episode". 10Asia. Retrieved 2014-11-04.
  7. ""What's Wrong, Poong-sang" Introduces Extended Cast in Script Reading Stills". Hancinema. 12 November 2018.
  8. Han Jung-won (April 21, 2021). "'인간실격' 측 "박인환 출연" 전도연X류준열 만난다(공식)". Newsen (in Korean). Retrieved April 21, 2021.
  9. Lee Kyung-ho (July 25, 2021). "[단독]박인환, KBS '학교2021' 합류..김요한 할아버지 된다" [[Exclusive] Park In-hwan joins KBS 'School 2021'.. Kim Yo-han becomes grandfather]. Star News (in Korean). Retrieved July 25, 2021 via Naver.
  10. Lee Jae-eun (December 31, 2021). "KBS2 '현재는 아름다워' 캐스팅 공개 [공식]" [KBS2 'It's Beautiful Now' Casting Release [Official]]. Sports Trend (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved January 2, 2021.
  11. Hicap, Jonathan (October 18, 2018). "BTS, Red Velvet win at Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards". Manila Bulletin . Archived from the original on October 18, 2018. Retrieved June 18, 2021.
  12. Yeo, Yer-im (October 25, 2018). "BTS gets award upon their return home". Yonhap News Agency . Archived from the original on November 7, 2018. Retrieved June 18, 2021 via Korea JoongAng Daily.
  13. Lee, Sang-won (October 25, 2016). "Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards announces winners". The Korea Herald . Archived from the original on September 29, 2018. Retrieved June 18, 2021.
  14. Jo Eun-mi (October 28, 2021). "'2021년 대한민국 대중문화예술상' 오늘(28일) 개최..윤여정, 금관문화훈장 수훈" [‘2021 Republic of Korea Popular Culture and Arts Award’ held today (28th)..Yeojeong Yoon, awarded with the Order of Cultural Merit] (in Korean). Herald POP. Retrieved October 28, 2021 via Naver.