|Education||Chung-Ang University – Theatre and Film|
|Revised Romanization||Bak In-hwan|
Park In-hwan (born January 6, 1945) is a South Korean actor.
|1990||I Stand Everyday||Boss Yook|
|Well, Let's Look at the Sky Sometimes||Young-soo's father|
|1991||Milk Chocolate 1950-1990||Seo Pan-sool|
|Teenage Coup de grâce|
|1993||When Adam Opens His Eyes||Audio master|
|1995||Millions in My Account||Jeon Dal-soo's father|
|1997||Baby Sale||Sang-joon's father|
|1998||Two Cops 3||Detective Lee Hyeong-gu's father|
|The Quiet Family||Kang Dae-goo|
|1999||The Spy||Mr. Oh|
|2000||Weathering the Storms||Father|
|Just Do It!||Relative of the family (cameo)|
|2001||Prison World Cup||Director Jang|
|One Fine Spring Day||Sang-woo's father|
|2002||Oh! LaLa Sisters||Kim Il-dong|
|Sex of Magic||Park Sung-bin's father|
|2004||Two Guys||Director Lee (cameo)|
|Fly, Penguin||Elder Kwon|
|The Executioner||Prison officer Kim|
|The Righteous Thief||Hong Man-seok|
|2014||Miss Granny||Mr. Park|
|2019||The Odd Family: Zombie on Sale||Man-deok|
|1965||The Long Voyage Home|
|1981||1st Republic||Lee Seung-yeop||MBC|
|1984||MBC Bestseller Theater|
|1986||MBC Bestseller Theater|
"Bird in Flight Again"
|1987||MBC Bestseller Theater|
|1989||Wang Rung's Kin||Pil-yong||KBS2|
|For the Emperor||MBC|
|2nd Republic||Kim Yeong-seon|
|The 5th Column||Director Park|
|The Region of Calm||Yoo Jin-san||KBS2|
|1990||My Sister, Mong-sil||Mr. Kim||MBC|
|1991||Our Paradise||Psychology professor, |
Jin-soo and Seung-mi's father
|Land of Thirst||Boss Choi||KBS2|
|말로만 중산층||Kim Dal-guk||MBC|
|Eyes of Dawn||Private Gu Bo-da||MBC|
|1992||MBC Best Theater|
"The Era of Passion"
|Rainbow in Mapo||Park Geo-se|
|Our Hot Song||Jae-hee's father||SBS|
|Han River Cuckoo||Friend of |
Han Sang-pil's parents
|Mountain Wind||Hong Jeong-gi||MBC|
|Love Is Living||SBS|
|1994||MBC Best Theater|
"What Are You Afraid About Turning Fifty"
|What Have You Done Yet||Dong Ki-ho||SBS|
|1995||Asphalt Man||Elder Kang|
|You Said You Loved Me||KBS2|
|Hopefully the Sky||Deok-bae||KBS1|
|1996||Pretty Woman||Han Seok-bong||KBS2|
|Im Kkeok-jeong||Im Dol-yi||SBS|
|1997||MBC Best Theater|
|Beyond the Horizon||Park Du-chil||SBS|
|A Bluebird Has It||Director Baek's father||KBS2|
|MBC Best Theater|
"Please Stop by the Laundromat"
|1998||Homecoming, a Short Story||Detective Min||KBS1|
|MBC Best Theater|
|For the Sake of Love||Kang Tae-bong||MBC|
|Love on a Jujube Tree||KBS1|
|Dreaming of Christmas||MBC|
|1999||Young Sun||Kang Tae-ho||SBS|
|TV Novel "My Older Sister's Mirror"|
|2000||Wang Rung's Land||Wang Rung||SBS|
|2001||Orient Theatre||Moon Soo-il||KBS2|
|Like Father, Unlike Son||Choi Bok-dal|
|2002||Sidestreet People||Park Paeng-jo||KBS2|
|To Be with You||Choi In-seok||KBS1|
|My Platoon Leader||Master Sergeant Lee|
|2003||Into the Sun||Jeon Joon-oh||SBS|
|Near to You||Principal Cha|
|Land of Wine||Lee Jin-pyeong|
|Good Person||Oh Dong-chul||MBC|
|South of the Sun||Noh Young-man||SBS|
|Briar Flower||Min Dae-sik||KBS1|
|2004||Say You Love Me||Seo Pil-sang||MBC|
|My Hidden Love||Jung Il-hyun|
|Hyung (My Older Brother)||Ji Sang-tae||KBS2|
|Save the Last Dance for Me||Ji Eun-soo's father||SBS|
|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 Noh||MBC|
|Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy||Hwang Gap-soo|
|5th Republic||Jeong Seung-hwa|
|Tears of Diamond||Chairman Jin Sang-jin||SBS|
|A Love to Kill||Cha Du-yong||KBS2|
|Drama City "Like a Dream"||Jung-yoon's father|
"Saya Saya (Bird, Bird)"
|2006||Famous Princesses||Na Yang-pal|
|Yeon Gaesomun||Yeon Taejo||SBS|
|2007||Hello! Miss||Hwang Man-bok||KBS2|
|War of Money||Seo In-chul||SBS|
|The Golden Age of Daughters-in-Law||Lee Soo-gil||KBS2|
|First Wives' Club||Lee Hwa-sang||SBS|
|Drama City "Ugly You"||Park Oh-chul||KBS2|
|2008||My Precious You||Jang Il-nam|
|2009||Three Brothers||Kim Soon-kyung|
|Enjoy Life||Hong Man-bok||MBC|
|2010||It's Okay, Daddy's Girl||Eun Ki-hwan||SBS|
|2011||Believe in Love||Kim Soo-bong||KBS2|
|You're So Pretty||Go Man-seok||MBC|
|Bravo, My Love!||Byun Choon-nam|
|My One and Only||Lee Pil-yong||KBS1|
|2012||The Sons||Yoo Won-tae||MBC|
|2013||One Well-Raised Daughter||Jang Pan-ro||SBS|
|2014||4 Legendary Witches||Park Yi-moon||MBC|
|2016||Come Back Mister||Kim Noh-gap||SBS|
|2017||Mad Dog||Byun Gook-jin||KBS2|
|2019||Liver or Die||Kan Bo-goo|
|2020||Brilliant Heritage||Boo Young-bae||KBS1|
|School 2021||Gong Young-soo||KBS2|
|2022||It's Beautiful Now||Lee Kyeong-cheol|
|1990||Mysterious World of Quiz Exploration||KBS1|
|The Money Bug: Outdoor Play|
|A Man for All Seasons|
|A Good Person|
|The Wandering Troupe|
|The Cherry Orchard|
|Porgy and Bess|
|1994||Guys and Dolls||Nathan Detroit|
|1998||Tumen River of Tears|
|1999||An Inn Without an Address|
|2001||Fallen Pagoda of Love|
|2002||Heartbreaking Miari Hill|
|2005||Song of Katusa|
|2008||Scent of Love||Kang-soo|
|2009||Rain Falling in Gomoryeong||2010, 2011|
|2010||Crossing the Bakdaljae Pass in Tears|
|2011||Tuscany in Seoul||Seo Joo-hyuk|
|1978||2nd Korea Theatre Festival||Best Actor||The Tempest||Won|
|1980||MBC Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor||Won|
|1981||18th Dong-A Theatre Awards||Best Actor||The Cherry Orchard||Won|
|1984||20th Baeksang Arts Awards||Best Theater Actor||A Good Person||Won|
|1989||KBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor||The Region of Calm||Won|
|1990||MBC Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor||My Sister, Mong-sil||Won|
|2000||SBS Drama Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actor||Wang Rung's Land||Won|
|2006||KBS Drama Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actor||Famous Princesses||Nominated|
|2007||KBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor in a One-Act/Special/Short Drama||Ugly You||Won|
|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|
|South Korea||2021||Order of Cultural Merit|
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