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Heo Jang kang

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Occupation  Actor
Parents  Kwang-il Heo
Hanja  許長姜
Role  Actor

Hangul  허장강
Name  Heo Jang-kang
Years active  1969–1975
McCune–Reischauer  Ho Chang-kang
Children  Heo Joon-ho, Gi-ho Heo
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Born  May 9, 1925Seoul, Korea
Died  September 21, 1975, Jung District, Seoul, South Korea
Spouse  Kim Ok-shim (m. 1962–1975)
Movies  Piagol, Seong Chun‑hyang, My Mother and Her Guest, Break the Chain!, Confession of an Actress
Similar People  Choi Moo‑ryong, Heo Joon‑ho, Shin Sang‑ok, Shin Seong‑il, Soo‑yong Kim

Revised Romanization  Heo Jang-gang

Heo Jang-gang (May 9, 1925 – September 21, 1975) was a South Korean actor, one of the representative actors in the 1960s and 1970s. He mainly took supporting roles such as villains or comical characters. He died of a heart attack after playing football in 1975.


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His sons Heo Gi-ho and Heo Joon-ho also became actors.


*Note; the whole list is referenced.

Awards and nominations

  • 1966 the 4th Blue Dragon Film Awards : Best Supporting Actor for A Hero without Serial Number (Gunbeon-eobsneun Yongsa)
  • 1972 the 8th Baeksang Arts Awards : Best Actor for Bun-Rye's story (Bunlyegi)
  • 1974 the 13th Grand Bell Awards : Best Supporting Actor for A flowery bier(Kkochsang-yeo)
  • 1975 the 14th Grand Bell Awards : Special Achievement Award
  • References

    Heo Jang-kang Wikipedia