- Kim Mu-saeng
Kim Mu-saeng Born March 16, 1943 Died April 16, 2005(aged 62) Other names Kim Moo-saeng Occupation Actor Years active 1963–2004 Spouse Kim Ui-sook Korean name Hangul 김무생 Hanja 金茂生 Revised Romanization Kim Mu-saeng McCune–Reischauer Kim Mu-saeng
Kim Mu-saeng (16 March 1943 – 16 April 2005) was a South Korean actor.
Kim studied at Dongguk University in Seoul, and began his career as a voice actor for Tongyang Broadcasting Company (now KBS) in 1963. He made his on-screen acting debut in 1969, and went on to make over 100 appearances in film and television, his final role being in the television drama series Save the Last Dance for Me, which ended on 2 January 2005. In 2004, Kim appeared in a television commercial with his youngest son Kim Joo-hyuk, who is also an actor.
Year Title Role 1969 Temporary Government in Shanghai 1973 Special Force 1976 Great Cause 1977 Only You 1979 The Trappings of Youth 1981 The First Republic (TV) 1985 A Deep, Deep Place For Women, It's All or Nothing The Imjin War (TV) Yi Sun-sin 1986 Son of God You Cannot Outdo Others Susana's Experience 1988 Fishing for Love 1989 The Second Republic (TV) 1993 The Third Republic (TV) 1995 Jang Hee-bin (TV) 1996 Tears of the Dragon (TV) Lee Sung-gye 1997 Wedding Dress (TV) Grandfather 1998 Heart of Lies (TV) Lee Pil-ho Barefoot of Youth (TV) Jang Myung-suk 1999 Trap of Youth (TV) Chairman Noh Hoe-jang 2000 SWAT Police (TV) Kim Hoe-jang Il Mare 2001 Mina (TV) Life is Beautiful (TV) Chairman Yu 2002 The Dawn of the Empire (TV) Wang-kyu Man of the Sun, Lee Je-ma (TV) Choong Won-kong 2003 Rooftop Room Cat (TV) Lee Pil-deuk 2004 Who's Got the Tape? Tae-shik's father Into the Storm (TV) Sweet Sixties Jo Jin-bong Save the Last Dance for Me (TV) Chairman Kang
Notes and references
- ^ a b "TV Actor Kim Moo-saeng Dies at 62". HanCinema, 17 April 2005; originally published by The Korea Times. Retrieved on 23 February 2008.
- ^ Lee Young-jong & Choi Jie-ho. "Tension yields to family ties at reunions of divided kin". JoongAng Daily, 11 July 2004. Retrieved on 23 February 2008.
- ^ "전도연, 2005 SBS 연기대상 '대상' 수상" (in Korean). Chosun Ilbo. 2006-01-01. http://www.chosun.com/se/news/200601/200601010006.html. Retrieved 2008-02-23. "SBS가 올해 공로상으로 故 김무생씨를 추모했고 아들 김주혁은 상을 대리 수상하며 눈물을 흘렸다."
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