September 23, 1972) debuted in 1994 in the basketball-themed TV drama The Last Match, and quickly became the nation's most popular and talked-about star.
After acting in three more television dramas and two lesser-known films (including Born To Kill with Jung Woo-sung), she made a permanent mark in the film industry with her performance in Hur Jin-ho's modern-day classic Christmas in August (1998).
However despite (or perhaps because of) her long absence, she remains the undisputedly most popular actress of the last decade.
In October 2005 she was married to a professor from Yonsei University, and at the time she re-affirmed that she will not return to acting.
The above names are indexed according to the Korean alphabet.
Two years later he would win the Best Child Actor Award at the 1960 San Francisco International Film Festival for Teenagers' Rebellion, another film by Kim.Interview excerpts: What kind of film would you most like to make? August 17, 1964) began his career in the early 1990's as a dubbing artist, before being cast in the TV drama Moon Over Seoul."Something provocative and urban, with a decadent feel to it. Something like Beatrice Dalle in Betty Blue, perhaps. By the late 90s he had become one of the most popular actors in Korea, starring in a series of both highly acclaimed and extremely popular films including Lee Chang-dong's debut film Green Fish, the groundbreaking gangster comedy No.In Tell Me Something, her star power combined with Han Seok-kyu to create one of the most highly anticipated works in Korean film history (though most viewers ultimately expressed disappointment at the film's convoluted narrative).The following year she appeared in Korea's first Dogme film Interview, which would end up being her last appearance.