Choi Moo Seong has been an in-demand supporting player ever since his feature film debut in 2002. Starting relatively late at 34, his first role was in “Birth of a Man”. Three years later, he appeared in the Hong Sang Soo indie “Tale of Cinema”, and since then has featured in an average of three films per year. Some of the versatile performer’s most memorable roles were as a priest in the drama “Maundy Thursday” (2006), in the thriller “Seven Days” (2007), and as a dangerous hunter in the Jeonju Cinema Project “Snow Paths”, which debuted at the Jeonju International Film Festival in 2016. Since 2011, he has also become an active presence on televisions screens, appearing in the casts of around two TV dramas per year. His credits there have included the hits “The Princess’ Man” (2011) and “Reply 1988” (2015).