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Im Joo-hwan




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Lim Ju-hwan


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Im Ju-hwan

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May 18, 1982 (age 42) (

Movies and TV shows
Ugly Alert, The Con Artists, A Frozen Flower, The Snow Queen, Suicide Forecast

Similar People
Kim Seul‑gie, Jo Jung‑suk, Park Bo‑young, Kang So‑ra, Lim Ju‑eun

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Lim Ju-hwan (Hangul임주환; born May 18, 1982) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his leading roles in the television dramas Tamra, the Island (2009) and Ugly Alert (2013).


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Early life and education

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When he was a senior in high school, Lim joined the theater group called Kwangto, an acronym of Kwangdae Tokkaebi referring to traditional performers and hobgoblins in Korean, where he was first introduced to theatrical performance. Lim then played the role of the pastor in The Good Doctor by Neil Simon and won the prize of best performance in the Fourth Youth Theater Festival in 2000. He also directed the play, Pay Tuition Back, at the school festival. He continues to maintain a good friendship with fellow actor Shin Dong-wook, whom he met at the time.

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After graduating from high school, Lim began his professional career in modeling at The Men, a modeling and acting agency. He also enrolled at Daejin University for his undergraduate and graduate studies in theatre and film.

2004–2008: Beginnings

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Lim made his first professional television debut on Magic, aired on SBS in 2004, and made his film debut in A Millionaire's First Love in 2006, followed by a series of supporting roles, notably in The Snow Queen (2006) and Boys Over Flowers (2009). He received favorable reviews for his performance as a blind painter in episode 10 of Auction House, a 2007 TV series revolving around the art world which aired on MBC.

2009–2010: Rising popularity and breakthrough

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Lim's breakthrough came in his first leading role in the 2009 MBC series Tamra, the Island. Set in Jeju Island, Haenam in South Jeolla Province, it was a hybrid form of TV drama that combined romantic comedy and historical fiction. It portrayed the relationship between Koreans and foreigners in 17th century Joseon. Though it received low ratings, Tamra, the Island gained a cult following. Lim later won New Actor of the Year at the 2009 Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards for his performance.

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To capitalize on his growing fan base in Japan due to Tamra, the Island, Lim made the 2-episode special drama Marriage War of Doenjang-kun and Natto-chan about a Korean man and a Japanese woman who fall in love while working together on a Korea-Japan joint project, but face family opposition to their marriage. The romantic comedy is also known under the alternate title Mister Kimchi and Miss Teriyaki's Wedding War.

2011–2012: Military enlistment

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What's Up, the long-delayed musical campus drama that Lim filmed in 2010, finally aired on cable channel MBN in 2011. It was written by renowned drama scribe Song Ji-na (Sandglass) and is the story of college students learning acting and performance arts in the university's musical theatre department. Lim played the leading role of Jang Je-hun, a cynical outsider who becomes completely immersed in the world of musicals. He followed that with a supporting role as a warm-hearted homeless man with Tourette's syndrome in the film The Suicide Forecast in 2011,

In 2011, Lim enlisted for his mandatory military service. During basic training, he fainted due to heart problems and was hospitalized for 3 months. He then completed his service despite being given the option for an early discharge. Prior to entering military service Lim left his agency Yedang Entertainment.

2013–present: New agency and comeback

After his military discharge he moved to Blossom Entertainment. In 2013, he made his acting comeback in the lead role as a devoted brother in 2013 SBS daily drama Ugly Alert, followed by a villain role in the 2014 film The Con Artists as well as supporting roles in tvN's Oh My Ghostess in 2015, KBS2's Uncontrollably Fond in 2016, and tvN's The Bride of Habaek in 2017.


Three Bold Siblings (TV Series) as
Lee Sang-Joon / Lee Sang Joon
Project Wolf Hunting as
The Spies Who Loved Me (TV Series) as
Derek Hyun
The Game: Towards Zero (TV Series) as
Goo Do Kyung
- Tae Pyung Can See Joon Young's Death (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- A Refrigerator Truck (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Tae Pyung's Choice (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Hyun Woo's Changed Plan (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Joon Young's Plan to Find Hyun Woo (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Tae Pyung Can't See Jun Hee's Death (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Catch the Bombmaker (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- The Letter (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- The Funeral (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Sorry for Leaving You Alone (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Looking for Jun Hee And Hyung Soo (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Turn Yourself In (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Dong Chul's Death Anniversary (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Woo Hyun's Confession (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Is It Homicide or Suicide? (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Sung Woon's Death (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Hyun Woo's Tracking Device (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Hyun Woo's Basement (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Woo Hyun Apologizing to Do Kyung (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Do Kyung's Grief of Losing His Father (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Who Is the Real Culprit? (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Ill-Fated Relationship (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Do Kyung is Arrested (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Tae Pyung's Old Memory (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Warning From a Murderer (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Do Kyung's Past (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Tae Pyung's Concern (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- A Miracle (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Mi Jin's Location (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Tae Pyung Tells the Truth (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Mi Jin's Eyes (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
- Tae Pyung and Joon Young's First Encounter (2020) - Goo Do Kyung
The Great Show (TV Series) as
Kang Joon-Ho
Different Dreams (TV Series) as
Drama Special (TV Series) as
Bae Sang-hee
- The Long Farewell (2018) - Bae Sang-hee
The Bride of Habaek (TV Series) as
Because I Love You as
Uncontrollably Fond (TV Series) as
Choi Ji Tae
- Together (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Conscience (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Fulfill A Promise (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Unpleasant Situation (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Convince (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Farewell (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Exchange (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Hide (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Find Again (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Threats (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Revenge (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Truth (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- No Surrender (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Heartache (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Worried (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Confession (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Begin (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Deadlock (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Memories (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
- Meet (2016) - Choi Ji Tae
Oh My Ghost (TV Series) as
Choi Sung-Jae / Choi Sung-jae
Shine or Go Crazy (TV Series) as
Wang Wook
The Con Artists as
Ji Sil-Jang
Ugly Alert (TV Series) as
Gong Joon-soo
What's Up? (TV Series) as
Jang Jae Hun (as Joo-hwan Im)
The Suicide Forecast as
Kim Yeong-tak (as Joo-hwan Im)
Tempted Again (TV Series) as
Park Gyu
- Episode #1.1 (2009) - Park Gyu
Boys Over Flowers (TV Series) as
So Il Hyun
- Episode #1.21 (2009) - So Il Hyun
- Episode #1.17 (2009) - So Il Hyun
A Frozen Flower as
Do Re Mi Fa So La Si Do as
Yoon Jae-kwang (as Joo-hwan Im)
Single Dad in Love (TV Series) as
Min Hyun-ki
The Snow Queen (TV Series) as
Seo Geon-ho
Arang as
Hyun-ki (young)
Baekmanjangja-ui cheot-sarang as
Mnet Asian Music Awards (TV Series) as
Self - Presenter
- 2017 MAMA in Japan (2017) - Self - Presenter
Running Man (TV Series) as
- Rest Stop Specialty Food Tour (2015) - Self
- Ttangkkeut Auto Camp III (2014) - Self
- Ttangkkeut Auto Camp II (2014) - Self
- Ttangkkeut Auto Camp I (2014) - Self


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