In 1999, Ji appeared in the music video for Jo Sung-bin's "Like a Third-rate Movie," and he made his acting debut in 2000 with the television drama Female Secretary.
In the next few years, he continued his television career with Juliet's Man (2000), Four Sisters (2001), and the Korean-Japanese co-production Afternoon After the Passing Rain (2002) with Ryoko Yonekura.
Kim Woo Bin (born Kim Hyun Joong) is a South Korean actor and model.
Kim Woo Bin debuted as a runway model in 2009 and has since appeared in prêt-à-porter and Seoul Fashion Week collections until the present.
Two years later he would win the Best Child Actor Award at the 1960 San Francisco International Film Festival for Teenagers' Rebellion, another film by Kim.
His oldest surviving feature is Kim's masterpiece The Housemaid (1960), which continues to amaze audiences to the present day.
Ji made his big screen debut in 2002, playing a detective in the thriller H.
The above names are indexed according to the Korean alphabet.In 2009, So attempted to break into the Japanese and Chinese markets.In I am GHOST, an action drama that aired in 24 five-minute episodes on Japan's mobile-exclusive broadcaster Bee TV, he played a mysterious killer on the run with a high school girl.Korean names are generally not transcribed according to one agreed-upon system.Therefore you may find the same person's name spelled in different ways, for example "Jang Jin-young" vs. The letter "iung" is silent and is followed by a vowel; note that the name "Lee" is actually pronounced "ee" or "yi" in Korean.
Kim Woo Bin originally debuted under the name Kim Hyun Joong, but changed it at the end of 2011 and began acting under his new stage name in the sitcom Vampire Idol.