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Jae hong Ahn


Ahn Jae-hong (born March 31, 1986) is a South Korean actor. He made his professional acting debut in 2009. He is known for his work in both film and television. He gained recognition through his roles in the films The King of Jokgu (2013) and Fabricated City (2017) and in the television series Reply 1988 (2015–2016), Fight for My Way (2017), and Be Melodramatic (2019).


Ahn Jae-hong was born and raised in U-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan, as the youngest of two sons. Since childhood, Ahn liked watching movies and used to rent the latest releases. He applied to study film, but he did not know whether he wanted to pursue acting until college when he started making short films and performing in theater.


 In 2005, he enrolled in the acting program at Konkuk University's Department of Film Studies.  During his second year of college, Ahn was offered the leading role in the college's regular summer performance. He portrayed Jang Deok-bae in director Jang Jin's play Clumsy People. Ahn also continued directing and acting in short films while he was in college.


After graduating, Ahn performed on stage at Daehangno and worked part-time at a movie theater. In his spare time, he wrote down his ideas and directed his own short films. In 2011, he was cast as Sungseon in director Son Na-mook's open-run production of Boeing Boeing, an adaptation of the French play of the same name


That same year, Ahn made his feature film debut with a minor role as a student in the drama film The Day He Arrives, which was written and directed by Hong Sang-soo. In 2012, Ahn starred in The Sunshine Boys, also known as 1999, Visit [ko], which was the first production of Gwanghwamun Cinema. For his performance, Ahn was awarded the Korean Film Directors Guild Award for Best Actor, which he shared with co-stars Kim Chang-hwan and Shim Hee-seop


In 2016, Ahn confirmed that he was dating a non-celebrity who was five years younger than him. They attended the same university and had already been together for two years when their relationship was announced. On September 18, 2019, a source from his agency confirmed that Ahn had broken up with his girlfriend.


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