Park Byeong-ho

Park Byeong-ho

Born on July 28, 1937, he acted while attending Hanyang University. His film acting began in 1967 with supporting and minor roles in Soil and The Horseman. Afterwards, he appeared in melodramas and historical dramas such as The Princess's Unrequited Love (1967), Longing in Every Heart(1967), To the End of My Life (1968), and Angry Earth (1968). He also tried his hand at film production and produced several films, including the historical drama Rang (1968), but suffered a lot of losses due to poor box office performance. As a Buddhist, he delivers impressive performances in Buddhist films such as Apostasy (1974) and Lotus (1974). Since the 1990s, he has appeared in many TV historical dramas, playing Prince Yangnyeong in Han Myeong-hoe (1994), Ambassador Muhak in Tears of the Dragon (1996), and Jo Young-in in The Age of the Unmanned (2003).
    Known for
    Acting
    Place of birth
    Korea under Japanese Rule
    Birthday
    7/28/1937
Transgression
Transgression
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Cuckoo's Dolls
Cuckoo's Dolls
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Stroller
Stroller
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The Sleep Deeper Than Death
The Sleep Deeper Than Death
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The Night of Full Moon
The Night of Full Moon
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Yeonhwa
Yeonhwa
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Yeonhwa 2
Yeonhwa 2
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One-sided Love of Princess
One-sided Love of Princess
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Remember
Remember
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Nirvana
Nirvana
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Mandala: KBS TV Movie
Mandala: KBS TV Movie
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