Kim So-eun Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More
Kim So-eun is a South Korean actress who was born on September 6, 1989. She rose to prominence in the popular television drama Boys Over Flowers in 2009. Since then, she has appeared in several films, including Happiness in the Wind (2010), A Thousand Kisses (2011-12), Liar Game (2014), Scholar Who Walks the Night (2015), Our Gap-soon (2016-17), and Evergreen (2018).
Acting career: first films and rising popularity, 2004-2009
Kim So-eun made her acting debut as a junior high school student in the 2004 film Two Guys. She went on to play minor roles in television and film, including Sisters of the Sea and The Show Must Go On (in which she played Song Kang-daughter). ho's
Kim rose to prominence in 2009 as the heroine's best friend in the hit drama Boys Over Flowers. Kim received acclaim the same year for her portrayal of Chae Shi-childhood ra's counterpart Hwangbo Soo in the period epic Empress Cheonchu, for which she learned to ride a horse and shoot with a bow and arrow. Kim went on to play an older woman in her mid-20s in the romantic comedy series He Who Can't Marry, a remake of the Japanese drama Kekkon Dekinai Otoko.
2010-2012: Transition of leadership roles
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She appeared in the ten-episode Chinese drama Secret Angel (Chinese: ), which aired on the portal website Sohu.com in 2012. She made a comeback on Korean television with the cable drama Happy Ending. She also appeared in Music and Lyrics, a reality show in which an actress and a male musician are paired together to collaborate on a song as lyricist and composer, respectively. The song "Love is Sad," written by Kim and Lee Junho (of boyband 2PM), was released as a single and featured on the soundtrack of Feast of the Gods.
Kim starred in After School: Lucky or Not (in the Korean title, bokbulbok refers to a game of chance, literally meaning "Luck, No Luck"), opposite the 5 members of actor-idol group 5urprise, which was distributed via SK Telecom's online and mobile portals, after playing Princess Sukhwi in the period epic Horse Doctor (also known as The King's Doctor, 2012-2013).
She and Victoria Song (f(x) member) were also chosen to host Glitter, a variety show about the lives of fashionable twenty-somethings.
2014–present: Return to television viewing
Kim appeared in the 2014 horror film Mourning Grave as a ghost girl who befriends Kang Ha-neul, a ghost-seeing high school boy. This was followed by a leading role in Liar Game, a Korean drama adaptation of Shinobu Kaitani's titular Japanese manga. Kim also appeared on the fourth season of the reality show We Got Married, where she was paired with Song Jae-rim in a "virtual" marriage, which increased their popularity as a couple and as individuals.
In 2015, Kim starred in the webtoon adaptation Scholar Who Walks the Night, playing dual roles as a nobleman's daughter and a vampire's past love. She was set to begin her career in China with the Korean-Chinese co-production film Sky Lantern (also known as Lover of Days Past), in which she co-stars with Taiwanese singer-actor Aaron Yan. She co-starred in the web drama Falling for Challenge with Xiumin the same year.
Kim signed with Will Entertainment, a new management company, in 2016. She played the title character in the family drama Our Gap-soon from 2016 to 2017.
Kim co-starred in the KBS Drama Special You're Closer Than You Think with actor Lee Sang-yeob in 2017. The same year, Kim confirmed her return to the big screen with the romance fantasy film Are you in love?, in which she co-starred with Sung Hoon.
Kim co-starred in the romance comedy series That Man Oh Soo with CNBLUE's Lee Jong-hyun in 2018.
Kim signed with new agency Ascendio Reserve in August 2021.
Kim trained professionally as a national athletic skier as a child. After being scouted as a professional model in a junior advanced skiing and snowboarding competition in Pyeongchang, Gangwon-do in 2003, her training was put on indefinite hold. She stayed involved in the sport, appearing in instructional videos for Hongcheon's Vivaldi ski resort in 2012.
Kim has appeared in magazines such as Allure Korea, High Cut, Vogue Korea, InStyle Korea, Elle Girl Korea, Harper's Bazaar, CeCi, L'Officiel, Esquire Korea, and Nylon Korea, as well as endorsed products.
She was a goodwill ambassador for the 2009 Korea International Youth Film Festival, the 2009 University Fashion Week, the 2011 Jeonju International Film Festival, the Golden Cinema Festival in 2013 and 2014, and the 2014 Green Film Festival.
|Year||English Title||Korean Title||Role||Notes|
|2004||Two Guys||투가이즈||bit part|
|2006||Family Matters||모두들, 괜찮아요?|
|Fly, Daddy, Fly||플라이대디||Jang Da-mi|
|2007||The Show Must Go On||우아한 세계||Hee-soo|
|Someone Behind You||두 사람이다||Kim Ga-yeon|
|2020||Are We In Love?||사랑하고 있습니까||So-jung|
|2022||The Distributors||유포자들||Im Seon-ae||Television film|
|Year||English Title||Korean Title||Role|
|2005||Sisters of the Sea||자매바다||young Song Jung-hee|
|Sad Love Story||슬픈연가||young Park Hye-in|
|2006||Drama City "First Love"||드라마 시티||Jung-hee|
|2007||Chosun Police season 1||별순검||Soo-hee|
(guest, episode 9)
|2009||Empress Cheonchu||천추태후||young Hwangbo Soo|
|Boys Over Flowers||꽃보다 남자||Chu Ga-eul|
|He Who Can't Marry||결혼 못하는 남자||Jeong Yoo-jin|
|2010||Happiness in the Wind||바람 불어 좋은날||Kwon Oh-bok|
|2011||A Thousand Kisses||천번의 입맞춤||Woo Joo-mi|
|2012||Happy Ending||해피엔딩||Kim Eun-ha|
|Horse Doctor||마의||Princess Sukhwi|
|2014||Liar Game||라이어 게임||Nam Da-jung|
|2015||The Scholar Who Walks the Night||밤을 걷는 선비||Choi Hye-ryung / Lee Myung-hee|
|2016–2017||Our Gap-soon||우리 갑순이||Shin Gap-soon|
|2017||Drama Special - You're Closer Than I Think||당신은 생각보다 가까이에 있다||Hong Tae-ra|
|2018||Evergreen||그남자 오수||Seo Yoo-ri|
|2020||Lonely Enough to Love [id]||연애는 귀찮지만 외로운 건 싫어!||Lee Na-Eun|
|2021||Monthly Magazine Home||월간 집||Cutie Pie (Cameo Ep-8,9)|
|2022–2023||Three Bold Siblings||삼남매가 용감하게||Kim So-rim|
|2022||Drama Special – The Distributors||드라마 스페셜 :유포자들||Im Seon-ae|
|Year||English Title||Korean Title||Role||Network|
|2012||Secret Angel||시크릿 엔젤||Angel L||Sohu.com|
|2013||After School: Lucky or Not||방과 후 복불복||Kim So-eun||Nate Hoppin,|
|2015||Falling for Challenge||도전에 반하다||Ban Ha-na||Samsung group web drama|
|2016||Thumping Spike 2||두근두근 스파이크 2||Han Da-woon||Sohu TV|
|Year||English Title||Korean Title||Role||Notes|
|2012||Music and Lyrics||그 여자 작사 그 남자 작곡||with Lee Junho|
|2013||Glitter||글리터 글리터||MC||with Victoria Song|
|2014-2015||We Got Married Season 4||우리 결혼했어요 시즌4||Cast Member||with Song Jae-rim|
|2017||Battle Trip||배틀트립||Contestant||Episode 59–60; with Jo Bo-ah|
|2019||Wednesday Food Talk||수요미식회||Panelist||(Episode 204 - Present)|
|Year||Song Title||Korean Title||Artist||Co-star|
|2005||"Let's Separate"||헤어지자고||Yoon Gun|
|"Bye Bye Bye"||Monday Kiz||Monday Kiz|
|2009||"Bodyguard"||보디가드||SHINee||Kim Bum, Boom|
|"Goodbye My Love"||잘가요 내사랑||8Eight||Jeong Jinwoon, Jung Gyu-woon|
|2012||"First Love's Melody"||첫사랑의 멜로디||Acoustic Collabo||Lee Hyun-woo|
|2013||"Spring Expectation"||봄에게 바라는 것||The Position|
Awards and nominations
|2009||Mnet 20's Choice Awards||Hot New Star||Boys Over Flowers||Nominated|
|Arirang TV 1000th Episode Poll||Best Couple Award (with Kim Bum)||Boys Over Flowers||Won|
|KBS Drama Awards||Best New Actress||Boys Over Flowers,|
He Who Can't Marry,
|2010||KBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actress in a Daily Drama||Happiness in the Wind||Nominated|
|2011||MBC Drama Awards||Best New Actress||A Thousand Kisses||Nominated|
|2012||MBC Drama Awards||Best New Actress||Horse Doctor||Won|
|2014||Korean Wave Awards||Popular Culture Award||—||Won|
|MBC Entertainment Awards||New Star of the Year||We Got Married||Won|
|Best Female Newcomer||Nominated|
|Best Couple Award (with Song Jae-rim)||Won|
|2016||SBS Drama Awards||Special Acting Award, Actress in a Serial Drama||Our Gap-soon||Won|
|Best Couple Award with Song Jae-rim||Nominated|
|2022||KBS Drama Awards||Best Actress in Drama Special/TV Cinema||The Distributors||Nominated|
|Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama||Three Bold Siblings||Nominated|
|Best Couple Award with Kim Seung-soo||Won|
Kim So-Eun Biography
|Date of Birth||6-Sep-1989|
|Age in 2023||34|
|Height||In Centimeters: 163 cm.|
In Meters: 1.63 m.
In Feet Inches: 5'4"
|Weight||In KG: Not known|
In Pound: Not known
|Marital Status||Yet to update|
Some FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) about Kim So-Eun.
- What is the Net Worth of Kim So-Eun?
The Net Worth of Kim So-Eun is $1.5 Million.
- What is the Height of Kim So-Eun?
The height of Kim So-Eun is 1.63.
- Where is the birthplace of Kim So-Eun?
The birthplace of Kim So-Eun is Namyangju
- What is the Date of Birth of Kim So-Eun?
The birthday of Kim So-Eun is on 6-Sep-1989.
- Is Kim So-Eun Married?
The marital status of Kim So-Eun is: Yet to update.