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Male - 1918/07/13~1968/12/01

Actor Producer


Kim Seung-ho-I is the father of Kim Hee-ra.

• Other people with the same Korean name (김승호) : Kim Seung-ho ( Male, Cinematographer ), Kim Seung-ho-II (2001/06/02, Male, Actor )
The General's Mustache
The General's Mustache
(Movie, 1968)
장군의 수염

Detective Park (박형사)

Five Marines
Five Marines
(Movie, 1961)
5인의 해병

Lieutenant colonel Oh Seong-man (오성만 중령)

A Dream of Fortune
A Dream of Fortune
(Movie, 1961)

Son Chang-soo, girls' school teacher (손창수, 여학교 교원)

A Bonanza
A Bonanza
(Movie, 1961)

Jang Woon-chil (Sageum of Silla])

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