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Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(Hangul: 김혜수; born September 5, 1970) is a South Korean actress. She is best known for her roles in the films Tazza: The High Rollers (2006), The Thieves
The Thieves
(2012), Coin Locker Girl (2015), and Familyhood
Familyhood
(2016), as well as the television series Signal (2016).

Contents

1 Career 2 Personal life 3 Filmography

3.1 Film 3.2 Television series

4 Discography 5 Awards and nominations 6 References 7 External links

Career[edit] Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
debuted in the 1986 film Ggambo when she was a first year high school student.[2] Over two decades she amassed a sizeable filmography of leading and supporting roles, notably in the TV dramas Did We Really Love?
Did We Really Love?
with Bae Yong-joon
Bae Yong-joon
and Revenge and Passion with Ahn Jae-wook, as well as the films First Love (1993) and Tie a Yellow Ribbon (1998). In the 2000s, Kim started to appear more on the silver screen, appearing in movies such as Kick the Moon, YMCA Baseball Team
YMCA Baseball Team
and Three.[3] But it was when she reinvented her image as a glamorous and confident femme fatale in films Hypnotized (2004),[4] The Red Shoes (2005)[5][6] and Tazza: The High Rollers (2006) that she gained acting recognition and entered the Korean film industry A-list.[3][7] Various film roles followed, such as a housewife who secretly dates a college student in A Good Day to Have an Affair;[8] an unaffected aunt in Shim’s Family;[9] a prostitute in Eleventh Mom[10] and a bar singer in Modern Boy (2008).[11] She considers her collaboration with Han Suk-kyu in 2010's Villain and Widow
Villain and Widow
as one of the highlights of her acting career.[12][13] In 2009, Kim returned to television with Style, which is set in the fashion industry.[14][15][16][17] She followed that with the mystery melodrama Home Sweet Home in 2010.[18][19][20] A frequent host of film awards ceremonies and TV variety shows, Kim was signed on as the host of MBC current affairs show W.[21] The production team said that in a bid to make changes in the program as it marked its fifth anniversary, they found that Kim was interested in environmental and other global issues and an avid watcher of documentaries about them.[22] W with Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
premiered in July 2010, but was cancelled in October 2010, with Kim criticizing the network's decision.[20] She reunited with Tazza director Choi Dong-hoon
Choi Dong-hoon
in The Thieves. Set among the casinos of Macau, the star-studded heist film became the all-time second highest grosser in Korean cinema history.[23][24][25] This was followed with a supporting role in Han Jae-rim's historical film The Face Reader.[26] In 2013, she headlined the romantic comedy The Queen of Office
The Queen of Office
(also known as Goddess of the Workplace), an adaptation of 2007 Japanese drama Haken no Hinkaku ("Pride of the Temp").[27][28] Kim next starred in Coin Locker Girl
Coin Locker Girl
(also known as Chinatown) in 2015, a rare female-driven noir film. She said she didn't mind looking unattractive for her role as a ruthless crime boss, with makeup artists adding age spots to her face, gray to her hair, and flab to her stomach and hips with prostheses. Kim said it was "mentally agonizing" deciding whether to accept the role, but once she did, she felt "a surge of excitement" every time she stepped onto the set, and considered the film "a new challenge that makes my heart race and scares me at the same time."[29][30][31] Kim made her drama comeback in 2016 with tvN's Signal,[32] which was critically and commercially successful. She won Best Actress at the 52nd Paeksang Arts Awards and the tvN10 Awards for her performance.[33] Kim then returned to the big screen, starring in the family drama Familyhood[34] followed by noir film A Special
Special
Lady.[35] Kim has signed up to be the lead actress for IMF crisis drama, National Bankruptcy Day.[36] Personal life[edit] Kim is known for her ability to speak in five languages: Korean, English, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese.[37] Kim is also a budding artist, having displayed her pop art at the Seoul Open Art Fair.[38][39] One of her collage paintings was sold for ₩5 million, and Kim donated the money to charity.[40] Kim and character actor Yoo Hae-jin
Yoo Hae-jin
first met in 2001 after shooting the film Kick the Moon
Kick the Moon
and became close in 2006 after appearing together in Tazza: The High Rollers. Rumors of the two dating surfaced starting 2008 although both continuously denied any romantic involvement until early 2010 when paparazzi photographs of the two were released,[41][42] and the couple officially confirmed their relationship.[43][44][45][46][47] Kim and Yoo broke up in 2011.[48][49][50] Kim has a Theater and Film degree from Dongguk University
Dongguk University
and a master's degree in journalism and mass communications from Sungkyunkwan University; she also taught performing arts at Sungkyunkwan University
Sungkyunkwan University
as an adjunct professor in 2001. In 2013 Kim admitted to having plagiarized her master′s thesis "A Study on Actor Communication," with parts copied verbatim from at least four different books. She apologised for her actions, and said she was willing to forfeit her master's degree.[51][52][53] Filmography[edit] Film[edit]

Year Title Role

1986 Ggambo

My Daughter Saved from the Mire, Part II

1988 Grown-ups Just Don't Understand

That Last Winter Young-ae

1990 Oseam

1991 Lost Love

1993 First Love Park Young-shin

1994 I Wish for What is Forbidden

Life and Death of the Hollywood Kid

Blue Seagull

1995 Dr. Bong

The Eternal Empire

Bitter and Sweet

1997 Change Ko Eun-bi

Mister Condom

1998 Too Tired to Die Anouk

Tie a Yellow Ribbon

1999 Doctor K Dr. Pyo Ji-soo

2001 Kick the Moon Min Ju-ran

2002 Three (segment "Memories") Wife

YMCA Baseball Team Min Jong-rim

2004 Hypnotized Ji-su

2005 The Red Shoes Sun-jae

2006 Tazza: The High Rollers Madam Jeong

2007 A Good Day to Have an Affair Dew

Shim's Family (Skeletons in the Closet) Mi-kyung

Eleventh Mom Woman

2008 Modern Boy Jo Nan-sil

Forgiveness Documentary
Documentary
narrator

2010 Villain and Widow Hyun-joo

2012 The Thieves Pepsee

2013 The Face Reader Yeon-hong

2015 Coin Locker Girl Ma Woo-hee ("Mother")

2016 Familyhood Joo-yeon

2017 A Special
Special
Lady Na Hyun-jung

2018 Sovereign Default Han Shi-hyeon

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network

1988 Sun Shim-yi Sun Shim-yi KBS

1989 Senoya

KBS

1990 Fun World Seo Byung-sook MBC

1991 Rosy Life Chae Jeong-seo MBC

1993 Pilot Lee Ji-won MBC

1994 Song of a Blind Bird Seok Kyung MBC

Tokkaebiga Ganda

SBS

1994-98 Partner Hae-soon MBC

1995 Love Pro, Marriage Amateur Seo Ye-hee MBC

The Basics of Romance Il-young MBC

1996 Oxtail Soup

SBS

Scent of Apple Blossoms Seo Kyung-joo MBC

1997 Revenge and Passion Jung Mi-kyung MBC

1999 Did We Really Love? Lee Shin-young MBC

Kuk-hee Min Kuk-hee MBC

2000 Golden Era Kim/Choi Hee-kyung MBC

2002 Jang Hee-bin[54] Hui-bin Jang KBS2

2005 Han River Ballad Yoon Ga-young MBC

2009 Style Park Ki-ja SBS

2010 Home Sweet Home Kim Jin-seo MBC

2011 Flower Boy Ramen Shop tarot fortuneteller (cameo, episode 1)[55] tvN

2013 The Queen of Office Miss Kim / Kim Jeom-seon KBS2

2016 Signal Cha Soo-hyun tvN

2017 Dr. Romantic Lee Young-jo (cameo, episodes 20 & 21 (prequel)) [56] SBS

Discography[edit]

Year Song title Notes

2008 "Why Don't You Do Right?" Track from Modern Boy
Modern Boy
OST

"Blues of Colors"

"개여울" (Japanese Ver.)

2013 "Love is" Track from The Queen of Office
The Queen of Office
OST

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result

1987 23rd Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress (Film) Ggambo Won

1988 KBS Drama Awards Best New Actress Sun Shim-yi Won

1991 27th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress (TV) Fun World Won

1993 31st Grand Bell Awards Best Actress First Love Nominated

14th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actress Won

1995 31st Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress (Film) The Eternal Empire Won

16th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actress Dr. Bong Won

MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Love and Marriage Won

1996 32nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (TV) Oxtail Soup Won

34th Grand Bell Awards Best Actress Dr. Bong Nominated

MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Partner Nominated

Grand Prize (Daesang) Won

1999 12th Grimae Awards Best Actress Kuk-hee Won

MBC Drama Awards Best TV Actress Won

Top Excellence Award, Actress Won

2003 KBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Jang Hee-bin Nominated

Grand Prize (Daesang) Won

2004 12th Chunsa Film Art Awards[57] Best Actress Hypnotized Won

25th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actress Nominated

3rd Korean Film Awards Best Actress Nominated

MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Han River Ballad Won

2005 41st Baeksang Arts Awards[58] Best Actress (Film) Hypnotized Won

42nd Grand Bell Awards[59] Best Actress Won

4th Korean Film Awards Best Actress The Red Shoes Nominated

Dong-A TV Fashion Beauty Awards Fashion Icon Award N/A Won

2006 Pyeongtaek Film Festival New Currents Best Actress Tazza: The High Rollers Won

14th Chunsa Film Art Awards Popularity Award Won

Best Actress Won

43rd Grand Bell Awards Best Actress The Red Shoes Nominated

27th Blue Dragon Film Awards[60] Popular Star Award Tazza: The High Rollers Won

Best Actress Won

23rd Korea Best Dresser Swan Awards Best Dressed, Movie Actress category N/A Won

2007 4th Max Movie Awards Best Actress Tazza: The High Rollers Nominated

1st Asian Film Awards Best Actress Nominated

43rd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (Film) Nominated

Newport Beach Film Festival[61] Jury Award Best Actress Won

Korea Movie Star Awards Best Actress Won

44th Grand Bell Awards Best Actress Nominated

8th Korea Visual Arts Festival Photogenic Award Won

6th Korean Film Awards Best Actress Nominated

2008 2nd Asian Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Skeletons in the Closet Nominated

2009 2nd Style Icon Awards[62] Best TV Actress Style Won

Icon of the Year N/A Won

SBS Drama Awards[63] Top 10 Stars Style Won

Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated

2011 48th Grand Bell Awards Best Actress Villain and Widow Nominated

32nd Blue Dragon Film Awards[64] Popular Star Award Won

Best Actress Nominated

2012 20th Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress in Film The Thieves Won

2013 7th Asian Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated

8th Mnet 20's Choice Awards 20's Drama Star - Female The Queen of Office Nominated

34th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress The Face Reader Nominated

6th Korea Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) The Queen of Office Nominated

2nd APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated

21st Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) in Drama Won

KBS Drama Awards[65] Best Couple Award with Oh Ji-ho Won

Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Nominated

Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated

Grand Prize (Daesang) Won

2014 9th Max Movie Awards Best Supporting Actress The Face Reader Nominated

Best Actress Nominated

50th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (TV) The Queen of Office Nominated

2015 10th APN[66] Awards[67][68] Recipient Coin Locker Girl Won

35th Golden Cinema Festival[69] Best Actress Won

24th Buil Film Awards Best Actress Nominated

35th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards[70] Best Actress Won

52nd Grand Bell Awards Best Actress Nominated

36th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actress Nominated

2nd Korean Film Producers Association Awards[71] Best Actress Won

2016 11th Max Movie Awards Best Actress Nominated

21st Chunsa Film Art Awards[72] Best Actress Won

52nd Baeksang Arts Awards[73] Best Actress (Film) Nominated

Best Actress (TV) Signal Won

5th APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Nominated

25th Buil Film Awards Best Actress Familyhood Nominated

tvN10 Awards[74] Best Actress Signal Won

1st Asia Artist Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Nominated

37th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actress Familyhood Nominated

2017 53rd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (Film) Nominated

2018 52nd Taxpayers' Day[75] Presidential Commendation N/A Won

References[edit]

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Kim Hye-soo
becomes family with Song Kang-ho..." Daum. 31 May 2011.  ^ "A Star on TV, Her Movie Legacy Lags". Korea JoongAng Daily. March 21, 2001.  ^ a b " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
Once Doubted Her Talents, But No More". The Chosun Ilbo. February 2, 2007.  ^ "'Hypnotized' uncovers vulnerabilities in love". The Korea Herald. 5 August 2004.  ^ "K-FILM REVIEWS: 분홍신 (The Red Shoes)". Twitch Film. 10 November 2005. ^ "Horror Film `Red Shoes' Looks at Human Desires". The Korea Times. 28 June 2005.  ^ "Kim Hye-soo's sex appeal beams in comedy film". The Korea Herald. 22 January 2007.  ^ "No Rest for Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
After Blue Dragon Award". The Chosun Ilbo. 23 January 2007.  ^ "Smart actress matures as a big star". Korea JoongAng Daily. 23 February 2007.  ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
is Eleventh Mom". Donga. 20 November 2007.  ^ "KIM Hye-soo transforms Modern Boy
Modern Boy
PARK Hae-il". Korean Film Biz Zone. 1 February 2008.  ^ Choi Ji-eun (24 November 2010). "PREVIEW: Film Villain and Widow". 10Asia. ^ Lee, Ji-hye (7 January 2011). "Actress Kim Hye-soo's movie picks". 10Asia. ^ Oh, Jean (27 July 2009). "Fighters, fashionistas spice up small screen". The Korea Herald.  ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
Returns with Fashion-Themed TV Soap". The Chosun Ilbo. 8 August 2009. ^ Han, Sang-hee (3 August 2009). "Supporting Roles Stealing Spotlight". The Korea Times. ^ Han, Sang-hee (16 September 2009). "Experienced Actors Stealing Spotlight". The Korea Times.  ^ Lee, Seung-han (22 October 2010). " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
will "not feel inch of regret" over Home Sweet Home". 10Asia. ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
met with a reporter on Thursday (Nov. 11) and shared her thoughts on the filming site of Home Sweet Home in Yangjoo-si, Gyeonggi-do". MBC Global Media. 24 November 2010.  ^ a b Oh, Jean (19 October 2010) " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
takes on Ko Hyeon-jeong". The Korea Herald. ^ "Actress Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
will host W". MBC Global Media. 5 July 2010. ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
to Host Global Affairs Program". The Chosun Ilbo. 7 July 2010. ^ Cho, Jae-eun (13 June 2012). " The Thieves
The Thieves
all-star cast set to steal show". Korea JoongAng Daily. Archived from the original on 30 November 2012.  ^ Lee, Claire (23 July 2012). " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
'steals' her scenes". The Korea Herald.  ^ "A-Listers Vie for Screen Time in Heist Movie 'The Thieves'". The Chosun Ilbo. 24 July 2012.  ^ "Director and Stars Gather for THE FACE READER Press Conference". Korean Film Biz Zone. 15 August 2013.  ^ Park, Eun-jee (26 February 2013). " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
to play career woman". Korea JoongAng Daily. Archived from the original on 11 April 2013.  ^ "Kim Hye-soo's Latest Soap 'a Microcosm of Society'". The Chosun Ilbo. 1 June 2013.  ^ Jin, Eun-soo (24 April 2015). " Noir film
Noir film
Coin Locker Girl
Coin Locker Girl
puts women in lead". Korea JoongAng Daily.  ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
Excited to Take on New Challenge". The Chosun Ilbo. 25 April 2015.  ^ Lee, So-eun (7 May 2015). "Kim takes on tough image for Coin". Korea JoongAng Daily.  ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
joins star-studded 'Signal'". The Korea Herald. 21 September 2015.  ^ "수지, 제52회 백상예술대상 MC…신동엽과 호흡" (in Korean). Chosun News. 23 May 2016. Archived from the original on 24 May 2016.  ^ Conran, Pierce (13 May 2015). "KIM Hye-soo Selects FAMILY PLAN as Next Project". Korean Film Biz Zone.  ^ "KIM Hye-soo, LEE Sun-kyun Team up for PRECIOUS WOMAN". Korean Film Biz Zone. 21 September 2015.  ^ "KIM Hye-soo Suits Up for NATIONAL BANKRUPTCY DAY". Korean Film Biz Zone. 3 August 2017.  ^ "Kim Hye Soo Revealed to Be Able to Speak Five Languages". Soompi. March 14, 2016. Retrieved November 26, 2016.  ^ "Seoul Open Art Fair to Feature Celebrity Artworks". The Chosun Ilbo. 15 April 2009. ^ Garcia, Cathy Rose A. (15 April 2009). "Actress Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
Unveils Painting". The Korea Times. ^ "Actress Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
Sells Artwork at SOAF". KBS Global. 22 April 2009. ^ 김혜수에게 유해진은?…측근 "혜수에게 가장 완벽한 남자". Sportsseoul (in Korean). 1 January 2010. Archived from the original on 2 February 2013.  ^ 김혜수·유해진, 2010 첫 스타커플…"2년간 비밀 데이트" (종합). Sportsseoul (in Korean). 1 January 2010. Archived from the original on 3 February 2013.  ^ Park, Sun-young (4 January 2010). "Kim Hye-soo, Yoo Hae-jin
Yoo Hae-jin
are officially out as a couple". Korea JoongAng Daily. Archived from the original on 27 January 2013.  ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
Dating Yu Hae-jin; No Marriage Plan Yet". The Korea Times. 4 January 2010.  ^ Kim, Jessica (4 January 2010). " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
admits to dating Yu Hae-jin". 10Asia. ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
and Yu Hae-jin Confirm Relationship". The Chosun Ilbo. 5 January 2010. ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
and Yu Hae-jin’s Romantic Relationship Confirmed". KBS Global. 5 January 2010. ^ Kim, Jessica (4 April 2011). "Kim Hye-soo, Yu Hae-jin break off relationship". 10Asia. ^ "Beauty and the Beast Call It Quits". The Chosun Ilbo. 5 April 2011. ^ "Kim and Yoo break it off after 3-year relationship". Korea JoongAng Daily. 6 April 2011. Archived from the original on 27 January 2013.  ^ Jeon, Su-mi (23 March 2013). "Kim Hye Soo Apologizes for Plagiarising Her Master′s Thesis". enewsWorld.  ^ "Actress Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
Sorry for MA Plagiarism". The Chosun Ilbo. 25 March 2013.  ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
to Forfeit MA Due to Plagiarism". The Chosun Ilbo. 26 March 2013.  ^ "TV Dramas - Actresses Line up for Award Ceremony Takeover". The Chosun Ilbo. 29 December 2003.  ^ Choi, Eun-hwa (31 October 2011). "Kim Hye Soo Cameos on Flower Boy Ramen Shop". enewsWorld.  ^ Choi, R. (11 January 2017). "Kim Hye Soo To Make Special
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Appearance In Prequel Episode Of "Romantic Doctor Kim"". Soompi.  ^ "When I Turned Nine unexpected winner of Chunsa Film Art Awards". Korean Film Biz Zone. 25 November 2004.  ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
is as Radiant as Ever". The Korea Times. 12 July 2005.  ^ ""Marathon" sweeps South Korea's most prestigious film awards". Korean Film Biz Zone. 9 July 2005.  ^ D'Sa, Nigel (21 December 2006). "BONG's Host Takes Top Prize at Blue Dragon". Korean Film Biz Zone. Retrieved 22 August 2015.  ^ "WAITRESS WINS AT NEWPORT BEACH FILM FESTIVAL". Fox Searchlight Pictures. 8 May 2007.  ^ Choi, Ji-eun (13 November 2009). " Style Icon Awards
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shines 2009 with edginess". 10Asia. ^ Ko Jae-wan (4 January 2010). "Jang Seo-hee wins grand prize at SBS Drama Awards". 10Asia. Retrieved 2014-07-23.  ^ "'The Unjust' Wins Top Honors at Blue Dragon Film Awards". enewsWorld. 26 November 2011. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016.  ^ Lee, Cory (2 January 2014). " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
Reclaims Glory, Good Doctor, Secret Love Win Big at the 2013 KBS Drama Awards". TenAsia. Archived from the original on 28 March 2014. Retrieved 2014-01-05.  ^ Asia-Pacific Producers Network ^ Won, Ho-jung (3 July 2015). "Kim Hye-soo, Ahn Sung-ki, JK Youn to receive Asia-Pacific film awards". The Korea Herald. Retrieved 2015-07-08.  ^ Ha, Sung-tae (21 July 2015). " Actor
Actor
AHN Sung-Ki, Actress KIM Hye-Soo and Director JK YOUN picked up APN Prizes". Korean Film Biz Zone. Retrieved 2015-07-21.  ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
and Sul Kyung-gu to be awarded the Best Actress and Actor". Segye. 20 September 2015.  ^ "Kim Hye-soo, Jung Jae-young Shine at Film Critics' Awards". The Chosun Ilbo. 17 November 2015. Retrieved 2015-11-23.  ^ "ASSASSINATION Tops 2nd Korean Film Producers Association Awards". Korean Film Biz Zone. 16 December 2015.  ^ " Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
takes home the Best Actress Award". Newsen. 5 April 2016.  ^ "Director Lee takes top Baeksang honor". Korea JoongAng Daily. 6 June 2016.  ^ "tvN10 Awards' full list of winners". Kpop Herald. 10 October 2016.  ^ "Kim Hye-soo, Ha Jung-woo Honored as Faithful Taxpayers". The Chosun Ilbo. 6 March 2018. 

External links[edit]

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Kim Hye-soo
at HanCinema
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at the Korean Movie Database Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
on IMDb

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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)

Baeksang Arts Award for Best 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 New Actress – Film

1960s

- (1965) - (1966) Moon Hee
Moon Hee
and Nam Jeong-im (1967) Yoon Jeong-hee (1968) Jeon Yang-ja (1969)

1970s

kim Ji-soo (1970) Kim Yun-jeong (1971) Na O-mi (1972) Park Ji-yeong and Choi Chong-min (1973) Jin Do-hee and Myeong Hui (1974) Mun Suk and Yang Jeong-hwa (1975) Kim Hyeong-ja (1976) Myeong Hyeon-suk and Yu Mi-na (1977) Jung Hee (1978) Lee In-ok (1979)

1980s

Won Mi-kyung (1980) Kim Min-hee and Lee Mi-sook
Lee Mi-sook
(1981) Ahn So-young and Na Young-hee (1982) Park Seon-hui (1983) Lee Bo-hee
Lee Bo-hee
(1984) Cho Yong-won (1985) Lee Hye-young (1986) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(1987) Ha Hee-ra and Shin Hye-soo (1988) Jin Yeong-mi (1989)

1990s

Lee Mi-yeon (1990) Kim Sung-ryung and Ji Gyeong-won (1991) Lee Ah-ro (1992) Oh Yeon-soo
Oh Yeon-soo
(1993) Ji Su-won and Ryu Keum-sin (1994) Jung Sun-kyung (1995) Kim Sun-jae (1996) Lee Eun-jung (1997) Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
(1998) Jun Ji-hyun
Jun Ji-hyun
(1999)

2000s

Kim Gyu-ri, Park Ye-jin
Park Ye-jin
and Lee Young-jin (2000) Suh Jung
Suh Jung
(2001) Lee Yo-won
Lee Yo-won
(2002) Son Ye-jin
Son Ye-jin
(2003) Yoon Jin-seo
Yoon Jin-seo
(2004) Soo Ae
Soo Ae
(2005) Jung Yu-mi (2006) Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
(2007) Han Ye-seul
Han Ye-seul
(2008) Park Bo-young
Park Bo-young
(2009)

2010s

Jo An (2010) Shin Hyun-bin
Shin Hyun-bin
(2011) Bae Suzy
Bae Suzy
(2012) Han Ye-ri
Han Ye-ri
(2013) Kim Hyang-gi
Kim Hyang-gi
(2014) Chun Woo-hee
Chun Woo-hee
(2015) Park So-dam
Park So-dam
(2016) Lee Sang-hee (2017)

Baeksang Arts Award for Best 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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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 87596647 LCCN: no2011067336 ISNI: 0000 0001 1930 7123 SUDOC: 08626964X BNF: cb1459

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