Birth Place Matching "Pusan, South Korea" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Actor | Lost
Daniel Dae Kim has made a career of creating multifaceted and stereotype-breaking roles as an actor, director and now, producer. Prior to his seven-season portrayal of Chin Ho Kelly on "Hawaii Five-0," Kim was best known for his role as Jin Soo Kwon on the hit TV series "Lost," for which he shared ...
2. Tae-hee Kim
Actress | Joong-cheon
Tae-hee Kim was born on March 29, 1980 in Pusan, South Korea as Kim Tae-Hae. She is an actress, known for Demon Empire (2006), Venus and Mars (2007) and Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love (2013). She has been married to Rain since January 19, 2017. They have one child.
3. Sean Baek
Actor | Killjoys
Started his acting career in theatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, after graduating from York University's Theatre program with an Honours degree.
While continuing to develop as an actor and building a body of work in Theatre, Film, TV, Commercials, and Voice, he was selected from a national search ...
4. Hyuk Jang
Hyuk Jang was born on December 20, 1976 in Pusan, South Korea as Yong-Joon Jung. He is an actor, known for Windstruck (2004), Chuno (2010) and Empire of Lust (2015). He has been married to Yeo-Jin Kim since June 2, 2008. They have three children.
Actor | Deurim hai
Taecyeon is the main rapper of South Korean boy band, 2PM. Taecyeon started his career as a musician, actor, MC, and CEO. He starred in Dream High, Who Are You, and Cinderella's Stepsister. Taecyeon was born in Busan, South Korea but moved to Bedford, Massachusetts at the age of ten. He originally ...
Producer | Song of the Sea
Claus Toksvig Kjaer is a Danish Animation Producer. He studied English Literature at Aarhus University but changed course and went to pursue Classical Drawing and Animation at The Animation Workshop in Viborg. After graduation he worked on a number of short films before joining Cartoon Saloon in ...
16. Masami Shimojô
Masami Shimojô was born on August 26, 1915 in Pusan, Korea, Japan. He was an actor, known for Otoko wa tsurai yo: Torajiro kurenai no hana (1995), Tora-san's Rise and Fall (1975) and Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982). He died on July 25, 2004 in Tokyo, Japan.