Friday, June 9, 2017

Jang Keun Suk's Human Time Supporting Actors - 2017-06-0

Now that we’ve delved into the careers of the director and lead characters in Human Time, this part of our series on Human Time looks at the careers of the supporting cast. While many actors among the supporting cast members have significant resumes in the acting profession, others are relatively new to the field. This list of the supporting cast is by no means complete as there may well be other actors in the film of which we’re unaware.

Tae Hang Ho

Tae Hang Ho is perhaps the most experienced member of the supporting cast. While he built his early career through plays, Tae Hang-ho broadened his acting spectrum on both the small and the big screens.

Born in 1983, Human Time will be Tae Hang Ho’s fourth movie. He debuted in 2011 in the drama Poseidon and has gone on to perform in some of Korea’s most well known dramas, such as Inspiring Generation, It’s Okay, That’s Love, Legendary Witch, Pinocchio, Oh My Ghostess (guest role), Six Flying Dragons (guest role), Entertainer, Uncontrollably Fond, Love in the Moonlight, and Missing Nine.

His first film, in 2012, was Codename: Jackal, a comedy which starred Kim Jae Joong. In the film, Kim stars as a popular singer who is kidnapped and tries to kill him in some bold but strange ways. However, the police arrive to spoil the killer’s plan. His next two movies, Man on the Edge and My Paparotti, were filmed in 2013.

Since then, he’s focused his talents on dramas and a single TV movie, Kang Koo’s Story, starring Lee Dong Wook. He is a recognizable character in all his performances and always provides a charismatic performance.

Ahn Ji-Hye

Ahn Ji-Hye, born in 1989, played a supporting role in Kim Ki Duk’s film, The Net, alongside Ryu Seung Bum. Regardless, she is best known to North American audiences for her performance in the film In Her Place, for which she garnered a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Actress at the 3rd Canadian Screen Awards in 2015, and a Wildflower Film Award nomination for Best New Actress at the 3rd Wildflower Film Awards in 2016.  Aside from The Net, she has three other film to her credit and five dramas, including Six Flying Dragons and To the Beautiful You. She is also another graduate of Hanyang University Theater & Film School.

Park Min-Ji

Born in 1989, Park graduated from Buram High School and attended Hanyang University. Initially, she attained notice in the Fashion magazines Ceci Model Contest 2003. From there, she went on to debut in film Jenny & Juno, playing the female lead, Jenny. Since then she performed in seven other films, including Jang Keun Suk’s film DoReMiFaSoLaTiDo as Shin Na-ri. In addition, she’s acted in 13 dramas, including the hit dramas The Great Seer, When a Man Falls in Love and Cheese in the Trap. 

Park Se-in


Park Se-in is a relative new comer to acting with just three movies to her credit: The Boys Who Cried Wolf, The Silenced, and Green Chair 2013 - Love Conceptually 2013.

The Silenced, a dark thriller, is probably her greatest or best known film in which she played a supporting cast member. Filmed in 2015, the plot deals with a girl who transfer to a boarding school in Keijyo (old name of Seoul). Joo-Ran learns of another student with the same name and she tries to figure out the hidden secret of the boarding school. 

Sung Ki Yoon 

Born 1971, Sung Ki Yoon is relatively new to the film industry, although he's recently performed on state including the play, Chicago. Nevertheless his skill as an actor landed him a supporting role as a gang boss in the film Daddy Back, and in the 2016 hit dramas Descendants of the Sun and The Good Wife.

Son Feya

Son Feya is new to acting. She is a graduate of the Shanghai East China Normal University and studied at the Korean University, Korean Wave Industry Course, as well as the Department of Broadcasting, Children’s Studies, at Dongduk Women’s University in Seoul. In addition, she’s the CEO of her own Chinese educational company and the Representative Director of the International Master of Education for Chinese Studies at Ewha Womans University. Human Time will be her first acting job. Nevertheless, she stated that she’s extremely excited to be working on this film with “her favorite director.”

Ahn Philip

Ahn Philip is the son of world famous actor Ahn Sung Ki. Born in 1991, he will make his debut in Human Time, alongside his father.


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