Kim Hee-sun - biography

Actor from South Korea

Kim Hee-sun Kim Hee-sun (born February 25, 1977) is a South Korean actress from Seoul who has been acting in Korean TV dramas and films for over a decade. Kim debuted on TV as a year 11 student and later majored in Drama at Chung-Ang University. Since then she has acted in many TV dramas, becoming well known in South Korea. In recent years, Kim has also gradually built up a career in film, beginning in 1997 with Repechage opposite Jang Dong-gun. Director Lee Kwang-hoon subsequently put her in his next film, Ghost in Love in 1999. Kim's most high-profile role to date has been in the big-budget martial arts fantasy Bichunmoo, shot in China and released in the summer of 2000. She played the daughter of a Mongolian general in love with her childhood sweetheart. Although criticised for her acting in the film, it gave her more local and international exposure than any of her other films. The film cemented her position as one of Korea's leading actress not only in her home country, but also in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and throughout South-east Asia. In late 2001, Kim took on a completely different kind of role, cutting her hair short and starring as an animator in Wanee and Junah. Although  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1977-02-25
Place of birth
Seoul
Nationality
South Korea
Profession
Actor

Performances

Year Performance Character
2011 The Warring States
2005 The Myth
2000 Out Live
1998 Ghost in Love Jin Chae-byul
1997 Payback Eun-Hye
1997 Love Repechage

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