| Actor, politician|
Jeong Young-ae (m. 1975)
| January 27, 1950 (age 65) (1950-01-27) Sangjang-myeon, Samcheok, Gangwon Province, South Korea|
Korea University (1998), Seoul Institute of the Arts (1969–1974)
Grand Bell Award for Best Supporting Actor
Gunman in Joseon, Le Grand Chef 2: Kimchi B, King Sejong the Great, Princess Aurora, Summer - Whisper
Lee Myung‑se, Kang Woo‑suk, Im Kwon‑taek, Park Chul‑soo, Bae Chang‑Ho
Choi Nam-mi, Choi Na-rae
Choi Jong-won Wikipedia
Choi Jong-won (born January 27, 1950) is a South Korean actor and politician. Choi began his acting career in theater, then made his screen debut in 1978 and became known as a veteran actor of stage, film and television of over forty years. He won Best Supporting Actor at the Grand Bell Awards in 1995 for the Joseon-era period drama The Eternal Empire.
Choi entered politics in 2004, when he ran and lost in the 17th National Assembly elections as an Uri Party candidate. He ran again in the by-elections on July 28, 2010 under the Democratic Party, where he won as the lawmaker representing Gangwon Province (Taebaek, Jeongseon, Yeongwol, and Pyeongchang) in the 18th National Assembly. On September 16, 2010, Choi was elected as the head of DP's Gangwon provincial chapter.