Watch Ha Jung Woo In as He Promotes his New Movie ‘Tunnel’ on Section TV
Hyo Jin Lee, Aug. 8, 2016, 9:05 a.m.
South Korean actor Ha Jung Woo recently made an appearance on MBC’s Section TV where he promoted his latest project, ‘Tunnel’. Ha Jung Woo was asked why he doesn't actively use social media. The actor answered, "I don't feel the need for it. I'm thinking of starting to use it when I'm 50 years old, though. My father also got a late start."
When the topic of marriage was broached, Ha Jung Woo admitted that he is at the marrying age, commenting vaguely, "It is time." The reported probed him further, bringing up the past remark the actor made a year ago that he will marry when he is 38 years old. The actor, who is still 38 internationally, said, "I'm still 38 years old. So my past statement still stands."
Ha Jung Woo is a South Korean actor and film director. Ha studied theater at Chung-Ang University, and after several years of minor and supporting parts, he was cast in his first starring role in the low-budget indie The Unforgiven (2005), directed by his friend Yoon Jong-bin. This was followed by Kim Ki-duk's Time (2006), and Never Forever (2007) with Vera Farmiga. But his breakthrough role to stardom was in Na Hong-jin's serial killer film The Chaser (2008).
Known to attract both critical acclaim and commercial success, Ha quickly became the most in-demand leading actor of his generation in Korean cinema, showcasing his versatility in road movie My Dear Enemy (2008), sports film Take Off (2009), crime drama The Yellow Sea (2010), gangster saga Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time (2012), romantic comedy Love Fiction (2012), spy thriller The Berlin File (2013), and action thriller The Terror Live (2013). He made his directorial debut through the comedy film Fasten Your Seatbelt (2013), followed by Chronicle of a Blood Merchant(2015).