Kim So Yeon,Kim So-Yeon,Kim SoYeon
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FemaleCast1980-11-02167cmSouth Korea
Kim So-yeon, a South Korean actress, was born in November 2, 1980 and graduated from Dongguk University in 2006. Debuted in 1994, she was awarded Best Young Actress with the movie Sir Dinosaur. In 1997, she was cast in Yesterday and nominated Best New Actress by the 18th Blue Dragon Awards with the movie, Change. The next year, she starred in the movie Soonpoong Clinic and won the Excellence Award at the SBS Drama Awards. In April, 2000, the starring of Young-Mi Huh in All About Eve helped her winning the Excellence Award at the MBC Drama Awards. In the same year, she starred in Mother and Sister in November. She started to participate in the shooting of Chinese drama since 2003, which included the romantic drama Fly like butterflies, the historical drama Huizhou Merchants in Qing Dynasty, and Seven Swords directed by Xu Ke, the well-known Chinese director. Produced in 2005, Autumn Shower was her last appearance on the screen until 2008, the year she came back to the stage and took Best Supporting Role at the special issue of SBS Drama Awards with Gourmet. Her brilliant performance of the role Kim Seon Hwa in IRIS won her the nomination of Best Actress, Top Popularity at the Baeksang Art Awards, KBS Excellent Performance Award and won her the Top Popularity Award in the Drama Awards. She was also the leading role in Prosecutor Princess and Doctor Champ in 2010. In the next year, she acted in the TV series Coffee, The Great Seer and was honored Asian Special Award at the 6th Asian Model Awards. In 2013, She was honored as Excellent Actress by APAN Drama Star Awards with Two Weeks. In the following three years, she starred in I Need Romance 3 (2014), Falling for Innocence (2015) and Happy Home (2016) respectively and won the Best Actress in the Long TV Series section of the 5th "APAN Star Awards and Star of the Year and Excellence award in the 9th K-Drama Star Awards. In June 9th, 2017, Kim So-yeon married Lee Sang Woo.
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