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Jang's breakout came in early 2001 in Friend, which smashed the box office record set by Shiri to become (at the time) the biggest Korean film of all time.After playing the nice guy in almost all his previous roles, this portrayal of a tough-talking gangster from Busan led him to local stardom.
A large-scale, ambitious pan-Asian collaboration co-starring Japanese actor Joe Odagiri and Chinese actress Fan Bingbing, My Way was the most expensive Korean movie to date (with an estimated budget of ₩28 billion), Jang made his highly anticipated return to television dramas in A Gentleman's Dignity, saying he was drawn to the romantic comedy tale of 40-something-year-old men struggling to grow up and mend and forge lasting relationships.After the series ended, Jang and co-star Kim Min-jong visited refugees in the Republic of the Congo on a mission trip sponsored by UNICEF, UNHCR and World Food Programme.It was televised on SBS documentary program Hope TV.For the next four years, Jang kept a low profile in the Korean entertainment sphere as he worked on his Hollywood debut The Warrior's Way, also starring Kate Bosworth and Geoffrey Rush.The film encountered problems with post-production and distribution, and was only released in 2010.The producer added, “The Jung Hyungdon-Taeyeon couple will drop out not because Jung Hyungdon is in a relationship.
We decided to have them dropped before Jung Hyungdon’s relationship was confirmed.
Jang next starred in No Tears for the Dead, an action thriller directed by Lee Jeong-beom.
He played a Korean-born American hitman who feels conflicted about killing his last target (played by Kim Min-hee).
Meanwhile, he was cast in Typhoon as a modern-day pirate who has been betrayed by both North and South Korea.
Directed by Friend's Kwak Kyung-taek, Typhoon set a new record in 2005 for the highest production budget in Korean film history at million.
The following year he starred in the popular action blockbuster 2009 Lost Memories set in a futuristic Great Japan.