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Hirofumi Arai

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Kanji  新井 浩文
Romanization  Arai Hirofumi
McCune–Reischauer  Pak Kyong'sik

Hangul  박경식
Name  Hirofumi Arai
Hanja  朴慶植
Role  Actor
Hirofumi Arai
TV shows  You Taught Me All the Precious Things, Going My Home, Pride, Season of the Sun
Movies  100 Yen Love, Blue Spring, The Eternal Zero, Beyond Outrage, Helter Skelter
Similar People  Kenji Furuya, Shota Sometani, Fumi Nikaido, Sakura Ando, Ryo Katsuji
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Revised Romanization  Bak Gyeong-sik

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Hirofumi Arai (新井 浩文, Arai Hirofumi, born on January 18, 1979 in Hirosaki, Aomori Prefecture), is a third-generation Zainichi Korean actor.

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Career

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Arai made his screen debut in Isao Yukisada's Go in 2001 when he was 19 years old. His next film role was the emotionally disturbed senior high school student Aoki in Toshiaki Toyoda's Blue Spring, which won him the Best New Actor award at the 17th Takasaki Film Festival.

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In 2011, Arai co-starred as Detective Kazuhiko Soga in a one-off TV crime thriller Douki with co-stars Ryuhei Matsuda as Detective Ryota Udagawa and Chiaki Kuriyama as Michiru Soga.

The June 2012 issue of Switch, a Japanese arts and media magazine, features a special segment on top ten manga that teaches love and passion, chosen by Japanese actors, artists and musicians including Arai, who chose Bakuman while explaining: '"You should up your girl power by learning how to behave like a heroine."'

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Arai is represented by Anore Inc, a talent agency founded in 1996 by actor Tadanobu Asano, Asano's father Yukihisa Sato and Asano's musician brother Kujun Sato.

Personal

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Arai's birth name is Kyung-Sik Park (박경식). He had stated in a number of Japanese interviews that he has a continual interest in being involved with films that explore Korean-Japanese issues.

Tokyograph announced in 2007 that Arai entered a "serious relationship" with singer Miu Sakamoto, the eldest daughter of noted musician Ryuichi Sakamoto and singer-songwriter Akiko Yano, after meeting during a television talk show in 2006.

Television

  • Penance (2012)
  • Going My Home (2012)
  • Hitori Shizuka Ep.2 (2012)
  • Secret Honeymoon (2012)
  • Makyo Onsen: Hito o sagashite (2012)
  • Kuroi Junin no Kuroki Hitomi (Ep. Kuroi Hakui no Onna) (2012)
  • The Locked Room Murders Ep.5 (2012)
  • Kaitakusha-tachi (2012)
  • Shokuzai Last ep. (2012)
  • Hakuba no Ōji-sama Junai Tekireiki (2013)
  • Taberudake (2013)
  • Radio (2013)
  • Shoten'in Michiru no Mi no ue Banashi (2013)
  • Mahoro Ekimae Bangaichi Ep.5 (2013)
  • Nobunaga Concerto (2014)
  • 64: Rokuyon (2015)
  • I'm Home (2015)
  • Do Konjo Gaeru (2015)
  • Ichiban Densha ga Hashitta (2015)
  • Shitamachi Rocket (2015), Keiji Tomiyama
  • Aka Medaka (2015)
  • Sanada Maru (2016), Katō Kiyomasa
  • Indigo no Koibito (2016), Kenji Harada
  • Busujima Yuriko no Sekirara Nikki (2016, Shōta Ozu
  • Totto TV (2016), Rokusuke Ei
  • Haikei, Minpaku-sama (2016), Kanta Yamashita
  • Kidnap Tour (2016)
  • Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories (2016)
  • Shukatsu Kazoku: Kitto, Umaku Iku (2017), Kota Kunihara
  • References

    Hirofumi Arai Wikipedia


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