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Ju Jeung ryu

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Occupation  Actress
Spouse  Heo Yeong (m. ?–1962)
Hanja  朱曾女
Role  Actress
Hangul  주증녀
Name  Ju Jeung-ryu
Years active  1949–1977
McCune–Reischauer  Chu Chung-ryo

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Born  February 11, 1926 (1926-02-11) Seoul, Korea
Died  September 18, 1980, Seoul, South Korea
Awards  Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Leading Actress, Grand Bell Award for Best Supporting Actress
Movies  The Housemaid, Goryeojang, Prince Yeonsan, Barefooted Youth, Yonggary
Similar People  Kim Ki‑young, Soo‑yong Kim, Shin Sang‑ok, Shin Bong‑seung, Yu Hyun‑mok

Revised Romanization  Ju Jeung-nyeo

Ju Jeung-ryu (February 11, 1926 – 1980) was South Korean actress whose fame peaked in the 1950s and 1960s. She starred in about 400 films. Ju was born in Yonghung, Hamkyongnam-do, nowadays in North Korea. While attending Hamnam Girls' High School, Ju became an ardent play fan. When she became eighteen, she ran away from home and joined in the theater company, Gohyeop. Her first role as an actress was a maid in Muyeongtap (무영탑) written by Yu Chi-jin.

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Filmography

*Note; the whole list is referenced.

Awards

  • 1967 6th Grand Bell Awards : Best Supporting Actress for Full Ship (Manseon)
  • References

    Ju Jeung-ryu Wikipedia


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