MC Mong - Acting Career

Acting Career

MC Mong made his first acting debut in the MBC TV sitcom Non-Stop 4 (논스톱 4) where he started to gain acknowledgment and later began his solo music career. In 2005, he starred in the TV mini-series, "Sad Love Song". Though the show was a grand production, the mini-series had low viewership ratings. In 2007, He was a leading actor on Cable channel TVN drama program 'The Greatest Catsby' (Original work by a cartoonist Kang Do-Ha's cartoon The Greatest Catsby). In 2008, he did the Korean dubbing for Ham III, the main character from the American computer-animated science fiction comedy film, Space Chimps.

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