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Jeon Hae-rim (Hangul: 전해림; born 28 June 1978), better known by her stage name Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
(Hangul: 하지원) is a South Korean actress. She is best known for the historical dramas Damo (2003), Hwang Jini (2006), Empress Ki (2013), as well as the melodrama Something Happened in Bali
Something Happened in Bali
(2004), the romantic comedy series Secret Garden (2010) and the medical romantic series Hospital Ship (2017). Ha has starred in several films and television series, and is one of South Korea's most sought after and critically acclaimed actresses,[1][2][3] particularly known for her versatility in pulling off roles in various genres such as action, comedy, horror, drama, and sports.[4][5][6][7][8][9]

Contents

1 Early life and education 2 Career

2.1 1996–2002: Beginnings and rising popularity 2.2 2003–2005: Mainstream success 2.3 2006–2009: Critical acclaim 2.4 2010–2016: International popularity 2.5 2017–present: TV comeback and Manhunt

3 Other activities

3.1 Music 3.2 Fashion, books and film

4 Management 5 Filmography 6 Discography

6.1 Albums 6.2 Digital singles

7 Bibliography 8 Awards and nominations

8.1 Other recognition

9 Social activities

9.1 Ambassadorship 9.2 Charity

10 References 11 External links

Early life and education[edit] Jeon Hae-rim was scouted by an agency when she was a senior high school student. The actress stated, "Ever since I was a little kid, I dreamed of becoming an actress. When I was a senior in high school, an agency contacted me after seeing my picture at a photography studio." She later graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Film and Television (BFTV) in Dankook University. In 2012, the actress revealed that she had failed over 100 auditions before her debut, "I passed my college entrance and written exams and was accepted to the department of theater and film. Before my debut, I auditioned for 100 or so projects but didn’t get the roles."[10] Jeon candidly revealed that she adopted "Ha Ji-won" as her stage name as a favor for her previous manager as it was the name of his first love. "When I was about to debut, the first love of my manager's name was Ha Ji-won. I think he wanted to at least use the name of his love that was not fulfilled. The first time I heard the name Ha Ji-won, I thought it was pretty and also bold."[11] Career[edit] 1996–2002: Beginnings and rising popularity[edit] Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
made her TV debut in the 1996 teen drama, New Generation Report: Adults Don’t Understand Us. She continued playing supporting roles in dramas, Dragon's Tears and Dangerous Lullaby in 1998 and 1999 respectively. But it was through the popular high school drama School 2, in which she played the role of a troubled teen, that she started to gain fame as an actress.[12][13]

In January 2007

In 2000, Ha made her film debut in the thriller, Truth Game, alongside Ahn Sung-ki, where she was chosen for the role from a pool of 1,500 prospective candidates.[14][15] For her portrayal of a bipolar character, Ha was awarded Best New Actress
Actress
at the 37th Grand Bell Awards and 1st Busan Film Critics Awards. The same year, she starred in Ahn Byeong-ki's horror movie Nightmare, and sci-fi romance film Ditto, which won her the Best Supporting Actress
Actress
award at the 21st Blue Dragon Film Awards.[16] Later, Ha reunited with Ditto co-star Kim Ha-neul in the drama, Secret, playing an antagonist role.[17] The drama earned her Best Rookie Actress
Actress
recognition at the MBC Drama Awards and 37th Baeksang Arts Awards[18] In 2001, Ha had her first leading role in Beautiful Life, where she played the role of a chaebol hotelier's daughter, opposite Kim Rae-won.[19] This was followed by another starring role in Days in the Sun opposite Ji Sung.[20] The following year, in 2002, Ha reunited with director Ahn Byeong-ki in horror movie, Phone. The film was a huge success in Korea and was also a hit in Italy,[21] officially dubbing her as "Asia's Horror Princess".[13][9] Following Phone in the same year was Yoon Je-kyoon's American Pie-inspired movie, Sex Is Zero, co-starring Im Chang-jung. The movie was the 3rd most popular Korean movie in 2002 and ranked 5th among all films released in that year,[22] winning Ha the Popularity Award at the 39th Baeksang Arts Awards. 2003–2005: Mainstream success[edit] In 2003, Ha starred in her first historical drama, Damo.[23] Damo was highly popular among viewers in their 20s and 30s and turned into a cultural phenomenon.[24] Ha's performance as a lowly police detective was highly praised and she was given the Top Excellence award at the MBC Drama Awards.

In November 2009

In 2004, she starred in the heavy melodrama, What Happened in Bali, alongside Jo In-sung
Jo In-sung
and So Ji-sub. What Happened in Bali
What Happened in Bali
was a huge success, with its final episode reaching a peak rating of 39.7%,[25] and won Ha the coveted Best Actress
Actress
recognition at the 40th Baeksang Arts Awards. Ha also appeared in two films, internet fiction themed movie, 100 Days with Mr. Arrogant
100 Days with Mr. Arrogant
opposite Kim Jae-won[26] and romantic comedy, Love, So Divine
Love, So Divine
with Kwon Sang-woo.[23][27] However, both films were not as successful with audiences.[28] Ha then played the role of the female protagonist in Daddy-Long-Legs, which was inspired by the novel of the same title written by Jean Webster.[23] She also starred in Lee Myung-se's martial arts film, Duelist, opposite Kang Dong-won.[29] The movie also had her reunited with Korea's National Actor, Ahn Sung-ki, whom she had previously worked with in Truth Game. At the 26th Blue Dragon Awards where Ha won the Popularity Award, she quoted Director Lee's line, "An actor never stops learning." which she said she had always been applying in her life as an actress. 2006–2009: Critical acclaim[edit] In 2006, Ha starred in Hwang Jini, a period drama based on the real-life history of the character of Hwang Jini, who lived in 16th-century Joseon
Joseon
and is considered the most famous gisaeng in the Korean history.[30][31] The series was a huge ratings success,[32] giving rise to a boom in gisaeng-themed entertainment—musicals, TV dramas, films, even cartoons.[33][34] Ha's performance won her the Grand Prize (Daesang) at the 2006 KBS Drama Awards.[35]

In July 2011

In 2007, Ha challenged herself in the role of a female boxer in the comedy film, Miracle on 1st Street.[36] Coming from the team behind Sex Is Zero, the movie ended up as the 5th most popular movie in that year.[37] She then took on the role of a pianist in Miracle of a Giving Fool, which was based on a popular webcomic and won her the Popularity Award at the 44th Baeksang Arts Awards.[38] In 2009, Ha worked with Director Yoon Je-kyoon for the third time in the blockbuster disaster film Haeundae. The movie was funded by CJ Entertainment with a budget estimated at US$10–15 million, one of the largest for a Korean production.[39] Haeundae was met with both critical and commercial success. It was the 4th highest-grossing film in South Korea
South Korea
then, giving Ha the honor of "The 10 Million Movie Actress" for bringing the glory of more than 10 million audiences.[40] She then starred in Park Jin-pyo's melodrama Closer to Heaven.[41] Ha's heartfelt performance in the film won her the Best Actress
Actress
Award at the 30th Blue Dragon Film Awards and 46th Baeksang Arts Awards.[42][43] 2010–2016: International popularity[edit] After taking a 4-year break from dramas, Ha made a very successful comeback through the 2010 hit drama, Secret Garden, written by famous writer Kim Eun-sook.[44] She played the role of a stunt woman, who magically switches bodies with a wealthy CEO character (played by Hyun Bin). Proven to be a commercial success, the drama series brought in high domestic ratings and garnered much interest regarding its fashion, catchphrases and music.[45][46] Ha was awarded the prestige Best Actress
Actress
at the Grimae Awards. Ha then starred in science fiction 3D movie, Sector 7. Although the film failed to do well in South Korea, it was a hit in China, garnering over 20 million yuan in China
China
after just one week, beating previous records set by 200 Pounds Beauty
200 Pounds Beauty
at 16 million yuan.[47] Ha had spent eight hours a day swimming and training with weights to get in shape for the role, obtained a scuba diving certificate and motor license in a week to "immerse" herself in character.[48]

In January 2015

In 2012, Ha starred in alternate history drama The King 2 Hearts opposite Lee Seung-gi, playing the role of a North Korean Special Forces Officer who married a South Korean crown prince as a political strategy.[49] It was also revealed that Ha had studied the North Korean dialect to make her portrayal of the character more realistic and genuine.[50] Ha then acted in sports film As One, playing the role of a South Korean table tennis player.[51] It was reported that Hyun Jung-hwa, whom Ha portrayed in the film, picked her as the first choice to portray the role.[52] As Ha had simultaneously portrayed a North and South Korean character on the small and big screen,[53] she was dubbed as "The Flower of Reunification" for crossing boundaries of the two nation.[54][55] In 2013, Ha was awarded her second Daesang award for her performance in the hit historical drama Empress Ki.[56][57] The drama achieved high viewership ratings throughout its run on MBC,[58] and was also well-received overseas; particularly in Taiwan, where the drama reached a peak rating of 5.35%, making it the second Korean drama to surpass the 5 percent mark in ratings.[59] Ha, together with Kang Ye-won and Son Ga-in
Son Ga-in
of Brown Eyed Girls, then starred in the Charlie's Angels-inspired action fusion saeguk, The Huntresses.[60][61] In 2015, Ha was cast by Ha Jung-woo
Ha Jung-woo
to play his character's wife in his self-directed movie, Chronicle of a Blood Merchant, a film adaption of the bestselling 1995 Chinese novel of the same title written by Yu Hua.[62] Following that, Ha, alongside actor Lee Jin-wook starred in the Korean remake of the 2011 hit Taiwanese drama In Time with You, titled The Time We Were Not in Love.[63] She reportedly earned a salary of 50 million won or approximately US$43,000 per episode of the drama, making her one of the highest paid actresses in South Korean television.[64] However, in contrast to her previous dramas, The Time We Were Not in Love
The Time We Were Not in Love
received low ratings and Ha's performance was called into question.[65][66] In 2016, Ha starred in the South Korea- China
China
co-production film, Life Risking Romance, alongside Taiwanese actor Chen Bolin.[67][68] 2017–present: TV comeback and Manhunt[edit] After her overseas productions and two years after her last television appearance in South Korea, Ha returned to the small screen with MBC's medical drama Hospital Ship, which started airing in August 2017.[69] She also starred in Manhunt, an international co-production by Hong Kong director John Woo.[70][71] Other activities[edit] Music[edit] Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
made an appearance in the music video of Wax's debut song, Mother's Diary in 2000. Soon after, she performed Wax's song, Oppa on stage.[72] Ha released her debut album Home Run in 2003. The eponymous single from the album Home Run, featuring singer Psy, was later used as the OST for her movie Reversal of Fortune.[73] After an eight-year hiatus on stage, Ha performed with her labelmates AA for their debut at the K-pop Super Concert in 2011.[74] On June 13, 2014, Ha released a digital single, Now In This Place, for the fans who had been supportive of her drama Empress Ki. The lyrics of the song was written by the scriptwriter of Empress Ki, Jung Kyung Soon; and composed and produced by popular music producer Jae Chong (also known as Jung Jae-yoon).[75] In June 2015, Ha released a self-written song, You Are Zoe, featuring ZE:A's Heechul. She personally wrote the song while working on OnStyle's Go Go with Sister in Grasse, France. The track was composed by singer The Film.[76] Fashion, books and film[edit] In 2012, Ha gave a lecture on movie production in China
China
as part of CJ CGV’s cultural exchange program Toto’s Workroom.[77] As part of her contract with fashion label Crocodile Lady, Ha launched her own "Secret Jeans" line and designed a handbag for the brand which was sold for 179,200 won ($157).[78] The same year, she published her first book “This Moment”.[79] Management[edit] In 2013, Ha was reported to be leaving Wellmade STARM, her agency for 10 years. She declined all the calls sent by other agencies with giant contracts and decided to establish her own one-person agency Haewadal Entertainment (lit. Sun and Moon Entertainment) instead.[80] Also in the same year, Ha signed with United Talent Agency, one of the largest talent agencies in the world, for her Hollywood
Hollywood
venture.[81][82] After establishing her own agency, Haewadal Entertainment, Ha simultaneously signed a contract with BM+ Entertainment to manage her activities abroad.[83] In the same year, Ha signed with Invincible Plan to manage her Chinese ventures.[84] Filmography[edit] Main article: Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
filmography Discography[edit] Albums[edit]

Year Title

2003 Home Run

Digital singles[edit]

Year Song Title Ref.

2014 Now In This Place

2015 You Are Zoe (Ha Ji Won Feat. Heechul Of ZE:A)

Bibliography[edit]

Year Title Type Ref.

2012 At This Moment Memoir [79]

2015 Ha Ji-won's Secret Photo Book [85]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.

2000 37th Grand Bell Awards Best New Actress Truth Game Won

1st Busan Film Critics Awards Won

21st Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Ditto Won [16]

2000 MBC Drama Awards Best New Actress Secret Won

2001 37th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress
Actress
(TV) Won [18]

24th Golden Cinematography Awards Popularity Award Truth Game Won

2002 3rd Korea Visual Arts Festival Photogenic Award Sex Is Zero Won

2003 39th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress
Actress
(Film) Won

2003 MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Damo Won

Popularity Award Won

Best Couple Award (with Lee Seo-jin) Won

2004 40th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress
Actress
(TV) What Happened in Bali Won

2004 SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Won

Top 10 Stars Won

2005 26th Blue Dragon Film Awards Popularity Award Duelist Won [86]

2006 2006 KBS Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Hwang Jini Won [35]

Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated

Netizen Popularity Award Won [87]

Best Couple Award (with Jang Keun-suk) Won

2007 34th Korean Broadcasting Awards Best Actress Won

BNT 32nd Golden Chest International TV Festival Won

43rd Paeksang Arts Awards Best Actress
Actress
(TV) Nominated

2008 44th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress
Actress
(Film) Miracle of a Giving Fool Won

3rd Asia Model Festival Awards Popular Star Award N/A Won

2009 2nd Style Icon Asia Actress
Actress
of the Year N/A Won [88]

Fun Fearless Female N/A Won

3rd Mnet 20's Choice Awards HOT Movie Star (Female) Haeundae Won

5th Korean University Films Festival Best Actress Won [89]

30th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actress Closer to Heaven Won [90][42]

Popularity Award Won

2010 46th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress
Actress
(Film) Won [43]

2010 SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Drama Special Secret Garden Won [91]

Top 10 Stars Won

Netizen Popularity Award Won

Best Couple Award (with Hyun Bin) Won

2011 47th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress
Actress
(TV) Nominated

6th Seoul
Seoul
International Drama Awards Outstanding Korean Actress Nominated

4th Korea Drama Awards Best Actress Nominated

24th Grimae Awards Best Actress Won

2012 16th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival Producer's Choice N/A Won [92]

6th Mnet 20's Choice Awards 20's Drama Actress The King 2 Hearts Nominated

7th Seoul
Seoul
International Drama Awards Best Actress[93] Nominated

Outstanding Korean Actress Nominated

1st K-Drama Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated

2012 MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Miniseries Nominated

Best Couple Award (with Lee Seung-gi) Nominated

2013 49th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress
Actress
(Film) As One Nominated

2013 MBC Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Empress Ki Won [57]

Top Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Special
Special
Project Drama Nominated

PD Award Won [94]

Popularity Award, Actress Won

2014 9th Seoul
Seoul
International Drama Awards Best Actress Nominated

2015 2015 SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Miniseries The Time We Were Not in Love Nominated

Netizen Popularity Award Nominated

Best Couple Award (with Lee Jin-wook) Nominated

2016 8th Style Icon Asia Style Icon N/A Won [95]

2017 2017 MBC Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Hospital Ship Nominated

Top Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Miniseries Won [96]

Popularity Award, Actress Nominated

Other recognition[edit]

Year Award Category

2008 Korean Popular Culture & Arts Award Prime Minister's Award

Ministry of Health, Welfare and Family Affairs - Family Month Event

2011 48th Korea Savings Day Prime Minister's Award for Savings[97]

2012 Samsung Sparking Night Lady 9 Award (Shining Lady of 2012)

Social activities[edit] Ambassadorship[edit]

Year Event Title Country

2002 Puchon Film Festival PiFan Lady[98] South Korea

2008–present

New Zealand's Cultural Ambassador to Korea[99][100][101] New Zealand

2012 2012 Summer Olympics Honorary Coach[102] South Korea

2014 National Tax Service Promotional Ambassador (with Gong Yoo)[103]

2014

Cartier Muse[104] South Korea, Taiwan

2014–present Operation Smile Smile International Ambassador[105] Worldwide

2015–present Hanbok
Hanbok
Day Hanbok
Hanbok
Ambassador[106] South Korea

2015–present Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards Piaget Altiplano Ambassador[107] Taiwan

2016–present Korea Brand & Entertainment Expo 2016 Honorary Ambassador (with Winner)[108] China

Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
is the first Asian woman and second Asian after Jackie Chan to be named promotional ambassador for Operation Smile.[109]

Charity[edit] Ha does charity work with her fans on a regular basis.[110] such as delivering coal to Bangbae-dong,[111] Although organ donation was not common in South Korea
South Korea
at that time in January 2005, Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
made the pledge to donate her cornea through the Organ Donation Center of Love. The actress shared, "When I was in crisis of becoming blind in May of 2004 because of damaged cornea in my left eye while filming, but one prisoner sent me a letter expressing his willing to donate his own cornea to me, I was very thankful and greatly touched. I want to be of help to the visually impaired. It's shocking and pitiful that we import cornea from other countries."[112] Ha has also played an active role in helping underprivileged and disabled children, running a donation project named Smile Again Foundation with Gangnam-gu Family Welfare Center. The project was supplemented by Ha Ji-won's fan club members while she went the extra mile to ensure the sustainability of the project.[113] Ha was conferred the Prime Minister's Award for the '2008 Family Month Event', in recognition of her consistent and active hard work in contributing to programs for poor and handicapped families.[114] In 2012, Ha donated the proceeds from her first book, At This Moment, to charity. The recipients of the book earnings, children's aid group Choi Kyung Joo Foundation and Yonsei University Hospital, announced their decision to set up a scholarship for prospective arts students and to subsidize treatment for deaf and blind children respectively. Sponsored by Ha, the organization has set up a "Hartist" (Ha + artist) scholarship to sponsor students who dream of careers in art.[115] Together with fellow actor Song Joong-ki, Ha attended Medical Korea 2013 Sharing Medical Treatment Commemorative Event, an event hosted by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, promoting greater international co-operation for medical technology and positive medical tourism. During the event, both actors spent time with recovering children and received an award for their previous efforts in promoting the sharing of medical services.[116] In 2015, Ha, fashion icon Ko So-young, and figure skater Yuna Kim designed bags in cooperation with the Italian luxury brand Fendi. The bags were offered via Seoul
Seoul
Peekaboo Project auction to raise funds for the charity. As Operation Smile's Ambassador, Ha decided to donate the proceeds from the bag she designed to Operation Smile, a NGO that performs cleft lip and cleft palate surgery and delivers postoperative and ongoing medical therapies to children in low and middle income countries.[117] In 2016, Ha donated W100 million (US$W1,039) to help victims of ferry disaster.[118] References[edit]

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Ha Ji-won
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Ha Ji-won
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Ha Ji-won
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Ha Ji-won
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Ha Ji-won
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Ha Ji-won
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Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
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Ha Ji-won
Says Working with John Woo
John Woo
a 'Dream Come True'". The Chosun Ilbo. 13 June 2016.  ^ "하지원, '오빠' 동영상에 민망 "그 순간 내가 아니었다". Daum (in Korean).  ^ "하지원, 과거 가수 시절 싸이 곡 '홈런' 활동 '숨겨진 인연 발각'". The JoongAng Ilbo
JoongAng Ilbo
(in Korean). Archived from the original on 3 July 2013.  ^ "[T포토] 더블에이 우상 '하지원과 손 꼭 잡고'". TV Report (in Korean).  ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
to release song for fans". The Korea Herald. 13 June 2014.  ^ "Ha Ji Won to Release Self-Written Song Featuring ZE:A's Heechul". Soompi.  ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
to lecture on film in China". Korea Joongang Daily. 8 August 2012.  ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
launches namesake bag". Korea JoongAng Daily. 31 August 2012.  ^ a b " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
thrills fans with first book". Korea JoongAng Daily. 6 November 2012.  ^ "Ha Ji Won Sets Up Her Own Agency". Korea.com. Archived from the original on 12 April 2015.  ^ "Korean stars grace Hollywood
Hollywood
movies". The Korea Times. 6 April 2014.  ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
to Shoot for Hollywood
Hollywood
with Major US Agency". 10Asia. 13 August 2013.  ^ "Ha Ji Won Signs Contract with BM+ Entertainment". Soompi.  ^ (in Chinese) 河智苑签中国公司 携手陈柏霖进军华语圈 Sina. 27 June 2015. Retrieved 2015-06-27 ^ "Ha Ji Won's first photo book 'HAJIWON's SECRET' sells out completely in Japan". KPop Fighting. Retrieved 2015-12-05.  ^ "`Sympathy for Lady Vengeance` wins Best Picture Award". KBS World. 30 November 2005.  ^ "2006 KBS Drama Awards". KBS (in Korean).  ^ "Style Icon Awards shines 2009 with edginess". 10Asia. 13 November 2009. Archived from the original on 23 June 2017. CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link) ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
Wins 1st Best Actress
Actress
Award". The Korea Times. 1 December 2009.  ^ Lee, Hyo-won (3 December 2009). "Closer to Heaven Couple Win Best Acting Nods". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2016-04-13.  ^ "Ko Hyun-jung wins grand prize at SBS Drama Awards". 10Asia. 3 January 2011.  ^ "Ha Ji-won, Ha Jung-woo
Ha Jung-woo
at PiFan 2012 opening ceremony". 10Asia. 20 July 2012.  ^ "신하균-하지원, '드라마어워즈' 연기자상 수상 불발". osen.  ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
Receives Top Honor at 2013 MBC Drama Awards". 10Asia. 31 December 2013.  ^ "G-Dragon, Park Bo-gum, Girls' Generation and Song Joong-ki
Song Joong-ki
picked as style icons". Kpop Herald. 13 March 2016.  ^ "Winners of the 2017 MBC Drama Awards". Hancinema. 30 December 2017.  ^ "Lee Seung-gi, Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
Among Top Savers This Year". The Chosun Ilbo. 26 October 2011.  ^ "World Cup Fever Hits Puchon Film Festival". The Chosun Ilbo. 13 June 2002.  ^ " New Zealand
New Zealand
to Hold Cultural Presentation in Seoul
Seoul
Next Year". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2015-12-05.  ^ "Ambassador Rata meets with Ha Ji-won, New Zealand's Cultural Ambassador to Korea". New Zealand
New Zealand
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Retrieved 2015-12-05.  ^ "Ha Ji-Won receives an appreciation plaque from the New Zealand foreign minister". Innolife.com. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. Retrieved 5 December 2015.  ^ "Ha Ji Won is a special guest coach for young athletes". Korea.com. Archived from the original on 30 September 2011. Retrieved 13 April 2013.  ^ "Actors Commended for Serving as Exemplary Taxpayers". The Chosun Ilbo. Retrieved 2015-12-05.  ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
dazzles as Cartier muse". Allkpop. Retrieved 2016-06-28.  ^ "Ha Ji-won, the new NGO promotional ambassador". Hancinema. Retrieved 2015-12-05.  ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
Promotes Hanbok". The Chosun Ilbo. 22 October 2015.  ^ "Satoshi Tsumabuki and Ha Ji-Won present The 52nd Golden Horse Awards". Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards. Retrieved 2015-12-05.  ^ "Actress, boy band to promote hallyu in China". The Korea Herald. 14 April 2016.  ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
named honorary ambassador of children's charity". The Korea Herald. 12 November 2014.  ^ "Ha Ji Won celebrates her 34th birthday with her fans". Allkpop.  ^ "Ha Ji Won Delivering the Coal for Villagers". Korean Drama Choa.  ^ "Ha Ji Won Commits To Cornea
Cornea
Donation "Such a Pure Heart"". KpopStarz.  ^ " Actress
Actress
Helps Poor, Handicapped Kids". The Korea Times.  ^ "Ha Ji-won, Prime Minister Award for Ministry for Health, Welfare, and Family Affairs". Hancinema.  ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
donates all book proceeds". Korea Joongang Daily.  ^ "Jaseng participates in International Medical Tour Expo "Medical Korea 2013"". Jaseng. 11 April 2013.  ^ "Actresses design handbags for charity sale". Korea JoongAng Daily. 27 October 2015.  ^ " Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
Makes Big Pledge to Help Victims of Ferry Disaster". The Chosun Ilbo. 22 April 2014. 

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Awards for Ha Ji-won

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Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Actress

Hwang Jung-seun (1963) Moon Jung-suk (1964) Um Aing-ran (1965) Moon Jung-suk (1966) Ju Jeung-ryu (1967) Nam Jeong-im (1969) Kim Ji-mee (1970) Youn Yuh-jung (1971) Yoon Jeong-hee (1972) Yoon Jeong-hee (1973) Won Mi-kyung (1990) Chang Mi-hee
Chang Mi-hee
(1991) Kang Soo-yeon (1992) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(1993) Choi Myung-gil
Choi Myung-gil
(1994) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
and Bang Eun-jin (1995) Shim Hye-jin (1996) Shin Eun-kyung (1997) Shim Eun-ha (1998) Jeon Do-yeon
Jeon Do-yeon
(1999) Lee Mi-yeon (2000) Jang Jin-young
Jang Jin-young
(2001) Kim Yoon-jin
Kim Yoon-jin
(2002) Jang Jin-young
Jang Jin-young
(2003) Lee Na-young
Lee Na-young
(2004) Lee Young-ae
Lee Young-ae
(2005) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(2006) Jeon Do-yeon
Jeon Do-yeon
(2007) Son Ye-jin
Son Ye-jin
(2008) Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
(2009) Yoon Jeong-hee and Soo Ae
Soo Ae
(2010) Kim Ha-neul
Kim Ha-neul
(2011) Im Soo-jung
Im Soo-jung
(2012) Han Hyo-joo
Han Hyo-joo
(2013) Chun Woo-hee
Chun Woo-hee
(2014) Lee Jung-hyun
Lee Jung-hyun
(2015) Kim Min-hee (2016) Na Moon-hee (2017)

v t e

Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Supporting Actress

Choi Ji-hee (1963) Hwang Jung-seun (1964) Hwang Jung-seun (1965) Jo Mi-ryeong (1966) Han Eun-jin (1967) Hwang Jung-seun (1969) Sa Mi-ja (1970) Jeon Gye-hyeon (1971) Ahn In-sook (1972) Choi Jeong-min (1973) Son Suk (1990) Kim Bo-yeon (1991) Lee Hye-young (1992) Kim Hye-sun (1993) Jung Kyung-soon (1994) Song Ok-sook (1995) Jo Eun-sook (1996) Jung Kyung-soon (1997) Yoo Hye-jung (1998) Lee Mi-yeon (1999) Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
(2000) Oh Ji-hye (2001) Song Yoon-ah
Song Yoon-ah
(2002) Kang Hye-jung (2003) Yum Jung-ah
Yum Jung-ah
(2004) Kang Hye-jung (2005) Jung Yu-mi (2006) Na Moon-hee (2007) Kim Ji-young (2008) Kim Hae-sook (2009) Youn Yuh-jung (2010) Kim Soo-mi (2011) Moon Jeong-hee
Moon Jeong-hee
(2012) Ra Mi-ran
Ra Mi-ran
(2013) Kim Young-ae (2014) Jeon Hye-jin (2015) Park So-dam
Park So-dam
(2016) Kim So-jin (2017)

Baeksang Arts Award for Best Actress
Actress
– Film

1960s

- (1965)* Moon Jung-suk (1966) Moon Jung-suk (1967) Moon Hee
Moon Hee
(1968) Kim Ji-mee (1969)

1970s

Yoon Jeong-hee (1970) Yoon Jeong-hee (1971) Ko Eun-ah (1972) Yoon Jeong-hee (1973) Kim Ji-mee (1974) - (1975)** Kim Ja-ok
Kim Ja-ok
(1976) Tae Hyun-sil (1977) Kim Yun-gyeong and Yoon Mi-ra (1978) Kim Ja-ok
Kim Ja-ok
(1979)

1980s

Yu Ji-in (1980) Jeong Yun-hui (1981) Jeong Yun-hui (1982) Jung Young-sook (1983) Won Mi-kyung (1984) Lee Mi-sook
Lee Mi-sook
(1985) Lee Bo-hee
Lee Bo-hee
(1986) Kim Ji-mee (1987) Lee Bo-hee
Lee Bo-hee
(1988) Lee Hye-young (1989)

1990s

Chang Mi-hee
Chang Mi-hee
(1990) Lee Hye-sook (1991) Kang Soo-yeon (1992) Bae Jong-ok
Bae Jong-ok
(1993) Choi Jin-sil
Choi Jin-sil
(1994) Choi Myung-gil
Choi Myung-gil
(1995) Shim Hye-jin (1996) Shim Hye-jin (1997) Shim Eun-ha (1998) Jeon Do-yeon
Jeon Do-yeon
(1999)

2000s

Kang Soo-yeon (2000) Jeon Do-yeon
Jeon Do-yeon
(2001) Bae Doona
Bae Doona
(2002) Uhm Jung-hwa
Uhm Jung-hwa
(2003) Kim Ha-neul
Kim Ha-neul
(2004) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(2005) Lee Young-ae
Lee Young-ae
(2006) Yum Jung-ah
Yum Jung-ah
(2007) Kim Min-hee (2008) Son Ye-jin
Son Ye-jin
(2009)

2010s

Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
(2010) Tang Wei
Tang Wei
(2011) Uhm Jung-hwa
Uhm Jung-hwa
(2012) Kim Min-hee (2013) Shim Eun-kyung
Shim Eun-kyung
(2014) Yum Jung-ah
Yum Jung-ah
(2015) Jeon Do-yeon
Jeon Do-yeon
(2016) Son Ye-jin
Son Ye-jin
(2017)

* category named Best Performance; ** no winner

Baeksang Arts Award for Best Actress
Actress
– Television

1970s

Yeo Woon-kay (1974) Kim Ja-ok, Ahn In-sook and Jung Hye-sun (1975) Kim Hye-ja and Hong Se-mi (1976) Kang Boo-ja
Kang Boo-ja
and Kim Yoon-gyeong (1977) Kang Hyo-shil and Kim Hye-ja (1978) Kim Hye-ja, Jung Hye-sun and Kim Young-ok (1979)

1980s

Kim Min-ja (1980) Chang Mi-hee
Chang Mi-hee
and Kim Young-ran (1981) Hwang Jung-ah and Kim Young-ae (1982) Lee Kyung-jin (1983) Jung Hye-sun (1984) Jung Ae-ri (1985) Kim Yong-rim (1986) Han Hye-sook (1987) Kim Chung (1988) Park Won-sook and Kim Hye-ja (1989)

1990s

Go Doo-shim
Go Doo-shim
(1990) Lee Hwi-hyang and Ha Hee-ra (1991) Chae Shi-ra
Chae Shi-ra
(1992) Go Doo-shim
Go Doo-shim
and Kim Hee-ae
Kim Hee-ae
(1993) Jung Hye-sun (1994) Kim Yoon-gyeong (1995) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(1996) Kim Young-ae (1997) Hwang Shin-hye (1998) Shim Eun-ha (1999)

2000s

Kim Young-ae (2000) Won Mi-kyung (2001) Jeon In-hwa
Jeon In-hwa
(2002) Kim Hee-ae
Kim Hee-ae
(2003) Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
(2004) Kim Jung-eun
Kim Jung-eun
(2005) Choi Jin-sil
Choi Jin-sil
(2006) Son Ye-jin
Son Ye-jin
(2007) Yoon Eun-hye
Yoon Eun-hye
(2008) Moon Geun-young
Moon Geun-young
(2009)

2010s

Kim Nam-joo
Kim Nam-joo
(2010) Han Hyo-joo
Han Hyo-joo
(2011) Gong Hyo-jin
Gong Hyo-jin
(2012) Kim Hee-ae
Kim Hee-ae
(2013) Lee Bo-young
Lee Bo-young
(2014) Song Yoon-ah
Song Yoon-ah
(2015) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(2016) Seo Hyun-jin
Seo Hyun-jin
(2017)

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