Joo Won

Jun Won Moon


  • First Name: Jun Won
  • Family Name: Moon
  • Native name: 주원
  • Also Known as: 문준원;Mun Jun Won;Ju Won
  • Nationality: South Korean
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: September 30, 1987
  • Age: 32

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Jun Won Moon

Joo Won

  • Name: Joo Won
  • Native name: 주원
  • Given name: Moon Jun Won
  • Also Known as: 문준원;Mun Jun Won;Ju Won
  • Nationality: South Korean
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: September 30, 1987
  • Age: 32
Joo Won is a South Korean actor. He is best known for starring in "King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo", "Ojakgyo Family", "Bridal Mask", "Good Doctor", "Naeil's Cantabile" and "Yong Pal". After debuting as a musical actor in 2006, Joo Won appeared in "Altar Boyz", "Singles", "Grease", "Sinsangnam", "Spring Awakening", and most recently the Korean version of "Ghost the Musical".
Joo Won caught the attention of the writer of the KBS2 drama King of "King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo" and landed his first role on the small screen. Since then, Joo Won went on to star in "Ojakgyo Brothers", with "Bridal Mask" propelling his rise in popularity.
Just as Joo Won began filming for "Bridal Mask" in March 2012, he also joined the popular variety show "2 Days & 1 Night" as a regular cast member. Through the show, he has revealed himself as an avid "A Pink" fan and a man who gets stressed out by quizzes. However, due to his increasingly busy schedule, he had to leave the program after 1 year and 7 months on the show.
In the spring of 2013, he starred in the MBC drama "7th Grade Civil Servant" with co-star Choi Kang Hee. In May 2013, Joo Won was offered his most challenging role to date - the role of Park Shi On, an autistic savant who becomes a pediatric surgeon for the KBS2 television series "Good Doctor". He claimed four awards for his excellent portrayal of the character, and the show successfully raised awareness about how autistic individuals can contribute to society. Joo Won returned to the small screen in the fall of 2014 with "Cantabile Tomorrow", the Korean adaptation of "Nodame Cantabile", playing a cynical and eccentric musician.
Joo Won has also been cast in several films since his debut on the small screen: "S.I.U.", "Don't Click", "Steal My Heart", "Fashion King", and "Passion Heaven".
Because of his musical background, Joo Won has also participated in the production of several well-received OST for dramas that he had acted in.
Year Title # Role Rating
2020 Love Express
Chinese Drama, 2020, 30 eps
Cheon Xi (Main Role)
Cheon Xi
Main Role
2020 Alice
Korean Drama, 2020, 0 eps
Park Jin Kyum (Main Role)
Park Jin Kyum
Main Role
2017 My Sassy Girl
Korean Drama, 2017, 32 eps
Gyun Woo (Main Role)
Gyun Woo
Main Role
2016 Clocking Out
Korean Drama, 2016, 4 eps
Seo Ki Woong (Main Role)
Seo Ki Woong
Main Role
2015 Yong Pal
Korean Drama, 2015, 18 eps
Yong Pal / Kim Tae Hyun (Main Role)
Yong Pal / Kim Tae Hyun
Main Role
2014 Naeil's Cantabile
Korean Drama, 2014, 16 eps
Cha Yoo Jin (Main Role)
Cha Yoo Jin
Main Role
2013 Good Doctor
Korean Drama, 2013, 20 eps
Park Shi On (Main Role)
Park Shi On
Main Role
2013 7th Grade Civil Servant
Korean Drama, 2013, 20 eps
Han Gil Ro / Han Pil Hoon (Main Role)
Han Gil Ro / Han Pil Hoon
Main Role
2012 The Bridal Mask
Korean Drama, 2012, 28 eps
Lee Kang To / Sato Hiroshi / Lee Young (Main Role)
Lee Kang To / Sato Hiroshi / Lee Young
Main Role
2011 Ojakgyo Brothers
Korean Drama, 2011, 58 eps
Hwang Tae Hee (Main Role)
Hwang Tae Hee
Main Role
2010 King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo
Korean Drama, 2010, 30 eps
Goo Ma Jun (Main Role)
Goo Ma Jun
Main Role
Year Title Role Rating
2016 Sweet Sixteen
Chinese Movie, 2016,
Qu Wei Ran (Support Role)
Qu Wei Ran
Support Role
2015 Fatal Intuition
Korean Movie, 2015,
Jang Woo (Main Role)
Jang Woo
Main Role
2014 Fashion King
Korean Movie, 2014,
Woo Gi Myeong (Main Role)
Woo Gi Myeong
Main Role
2013 Catch Me
Korean Movie, 2013,
Lee Ho Tae (Main Role)
Lee Ho Tae
Main Role
2012 Don't Click
Korean Movie, 2012,
Joon Hyuk (Support Role)
Joon Hyuk
Support Role
2011 Special Investigation Unit
Korean Movie, 2011,
Kim Ho Ryong (Main Role)
Kim Ho Ryong
Main Role
TV Show
Year Title # Role Rating
2013 A Song For You 1
Korean TV Show, 2013, 16 eps
(Ep.15) (Guest)
2013 Witch Hunt
Korean TV Show, 2013, 123 eps
(Ep.19) (Guest Role)
Guest Role
2012 2 Days & 1 Night: Season 2
Korean TV Show, 2012, 89 eps
(Ep. 1-85) (Regular Member)
(Ep. 1-85)
Regular Member
2010 Running Man
Korean TV Show, 2010, 500 eps
(Ep. 206) (Guest)
(Ep. 206)
2007 Happy Together: Season 3
Korean TV Show, 2007, 557 eps
(Ep. 166, 236, 310, 370) (Guest)
(Ep. 166, 236, 310, 370)
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