|Spouse(s)||Kim Woo Rim|
|Revised Romanization||Jeong Gyeo-un|
Jung Gyu-woon made acting his debut in 2004 with the mobile drama Five Stars. He first gained notice in 2008 when he took two contrasting roles — as a crazy young executive in Bitter Sweet Life and a calm and patient boyfriend who suffers for love in Women of the Sun.
His popularity grew with the 2009 melodramas Again, My Love, and Loving You a Thousand Times; the latter became the first Korean drama exported to Bulgaria. In 2010 to 2011, Jung began to get cast in leading roles, which included a judo athlete training for the Olympics in Dr. Champ, a cop working in the violent crimes division in forensic medical series Sign, and a man who falls for a maid in Romance Town.
Jung received the best reviews of his career yet for his portrayal of a corporate spy in 2012's History of a Salaryman. This was followed by the family drama Wonderful Mama (2013), the time travel thriller God's Gift - 14 Days (2014), and the makeover romantic comedy Birth of a Beauty (2014).
In April 2017, Jung confirmed to be in a romantic relationship with a non-celebrity. According to Jung's agency, he will be marrying for the second time on September 30, 2017. His fiancé is revealed to be a music student who majored in classical piano. The couple has been dating for one year before deciding to marry.
|2004||Five Stars||mobile drama|
|2005||Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy||Lee Ho-joon||SBS|
|2006||Dr. Kkang||Detective Bae||MBC|
|MBC Best Theater "그 남자의 질투"||MBC|
|2007||Blissful Woman||Choi Joon-ho||KBS2|
|Bitter Sweet Life||Kang Sung-goo||MBC|
|Women of the Sun||Cha Dong-woo||KBS2|
|2009||Again, My Love||Lee Min-soo||KBS2|
|Loving You a Thousand Times||Baek Kang-ho||SBS|
|Hometown Legends "The Grudge Island"||Nam Sang-hun||KBS2|
|2010||Dr. Champ||Park Ji-heon||SBS|
|Romance Town||Kang Gun-woo||KBS2|
|2012||History of a Salaryman||Choi Hang-woo||SBS|
|Take Care of Us, Captain||Top star (cameo)||SBS|
|I Need Romance 2012||Kim Han-sub (cameo)||tvN|
|Horse Doctor||Crown Prince Sohyeon (cameo)||MBC|
|2013||Love in Memory||SNS|
|Wonderful Mama||Jang Hoon-nam||SBS|
|After School: Lucky or Not||(cameo, episodes 4, 12)||Nate Hoppin/BTV/T-store|
|2014||God's Gift - 14 Days||Hyun Woo-jin||SBS|
|Wife Scandal - The Wind Rises||The wife's lover
(episode 2: "Foolish Love")
|Birth of a Beauty||Lee Kang-joon||SBS|
|2015||To Be Continued||Taxi driver (cameo)||MBC Every 1|
|Oh My Venus||Im Woo-shik||KBS2|
|2017||You Are Too Much||Park Hyun-joon||MBC|
|2012||The Reflection (short film)||Ja-woon|
|The Spies||Assistant manager Woo|
|2014||The Legacy||Han Jung-do|
|2015||The Cat Funeral||Hyun-suk|
|2016||The Uninvited – A Welcome Guest||Ji-hoon|
|The Disappearance: Missing Wife||Jo Tae-shik|
|SBS Gayo Daejeon - The Color of K-POP||SBS|
|2015||Real Men Season 2||MBC||Season 2 member|
|2018||Same Bed, Different Dreams 2: You Are My Destiny||SBS||Cast Members Episode 81-present|
|2009||"Goodbye My Love"||8Eight|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2008||KBS Drama Awards||Best New Actor||Women of the Sun||Won|
|2009||45th Baeksang Arts Awards||Best New Actor (TV)||Nominated|
|Andre Kim Best Star Awards||Star Award||N/A||Won|
|SBS Drama Awards||New Star Award||Loving You a Thousand Times||Won|
|Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama||Nominated|
|KBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length Drama||Again, My Love||Nominated|
|2010||SBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor in a Special Planning Drama||Dr. Champ||Nominated|
|2011||SBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor in a Drama Special||Sign, Dr. Champ||Won|
|KBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length Drama||Romance Town||Nominated|
|2012||SBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries||History of a Salaryman||Nominated|
|2013||SBS Drama Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Weekend/Daily Drama||Wonderful Mama||Nominated|
|2014||SBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries||God's Gift - 14 Days||Nominated|
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