Jongman Kim

Jongman Kim

Jenny Stricklin Talent Agency, JMK Production
Actor, Producer and Screenwriter

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
September 2015
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About Jongman

Jongman Kim has been a professional actor for many years working with top Directors and box office Korean super stars Won Bin, Suck-Kyu Han, Seung-Won Cha, Ha-Geun Sin.  (Korean Oscar winners).   A highly recognized character actor he brings a unique quality to every role.   After working in New York for a few years he currently works as a producer, screenwriter, actor and lives in Los Angeles.



  • Bloody Hands

    Bloody Hands (2016)
    Film by Jaden Hwang (Action) Actor Leo (Klement Tinaj) a former fighter walks into a restaurant with his bloody hands, searching for his detective wife Jessica who has been missing and he believes was taken by the same members she was assigned by detective (Orlando Brown) to go after. Leo hits rock bottom and gives up his dreams until a women Lucia gives him a reason to fight again. Written by George McGrath

  • The Head of the Mouse

    The Head of the Mouse (2015)
    Film by Aditya J. Patwardhan (Drama and Fantasy) Actor In the Republic of Sacristan, seven families rule. The patriarch of the Vallorca family has just passed away leaving the question who will be the next head of the Vallorca family.


    In TRANSITION (2015)
    Film (short) by Dave Mack III (Drama) Actor

  • The Loyalist

    The Loyalist (2015)
    Film (short) by Minji Kang (Drama and Family) Actor A North Korean general checks in on his daughter at a Swiss boarding school to test her loyalty to her motherland.

  • Murray Hill

    Murray Hill (2013)
    Film (short) by Juhee Kwon (Comedy and Drama) Actor Suddenly pouring rain discourages June-young from traveling somewhere far from Manhattan. She ends up getting off the train at outskirts of New York, Murray Hill, a Korean community. After spending sometime alone wandering around, June-young meets her friend, Sung-eun, who seems concerned about June-young's problems. Written by DEFAULT FILMS

  • Wan-deuk-i

    Wan-deuk-i (2011)
    Film by Han Lee (Drama and Sport) Actor 17-year-old Wan-Deuk comes from a poor family and his grades in school are equally poor. He is a rebellious and troubled student, but he never loses in fights. Wan-Deuk then meets teacher Dong-Joo. At first, Dong-Joo and Wan-Deuk are like enemies, but Wan-Deuk grows to like him. Meanwhile, Dong-Joo cares for and seems to understand Wan-Deuk. Wan-Deuk takes up kick-boxing and through the sport grows as a person and also develops a dream. Written by Stanislav S, Sochi, Russia

  • Noon-e-neun noon I-e-neun i

    Noon-e-neun noon I-e-neun i (2008)
    Film by Kyung-Taek Kwak (Action and Crime) Actor The devious brain behind a heist draws a top police detective, on the eve of his retirement, into an elaborate plot of robbery and revenge.

  • Uri hyeong

    Uri hyeong (2004)
    Film by Kwon-tae Ahn (Drama) Actor The younger brother, Jong-hyeon (Won Bin) is a good-looking, class-A fighter. The older brother, Seong-hyeon (Shin Ha-gyun) is unbelievably tender and pure, a class-A student. They've been fighting, nearly non-stop for 17 years. Trouble began when their mother (Kim Hae-suk) favored Seong-hyeon over his younger brother. Round 2 began when both brothers fell for the same girl, the most beautiful girl in the neighborhood, Mi-ryeong (Lee Bo-yeong). When the long-simmering emotions finally explode and a huge fight breaks out, Seong-hyeon tells his younger brother something he had never been able to say before: "Jong-hyeon, would you call me hyeong just once? I've never heard it before from you..." "Hyeong" - the word that younger Korea brothers call their older brothers. And yet Jong-hyeon has never said it to his brother. Written by CJ Entertainment


  • (MFA)New York Film Academy(Los Angeles,CA)

  • The Acting Studio(NYC, NY)

  • (MFA)Sung-Geun-Kwan University(Seoul,Korea)

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