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Hee sun Kim Bio

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Kim Hee-sun 김희선

Born: Seoul, South Korea

Birthday: February 25, 1977

Horoscope Sign: Pisces

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Smartasses Magazine Top 100 - Female EmpowermentHee sun Kim Bio – Smartasses Magazine Kim Hee-sun 김희선 (born February 25, 1977) is a South Korean actress. Kim is an only child. She wed businessman Chu young Park on October 19, 2007. Kim gave birth to daughter Yeon-ah on January 21, 2009. She named her daughter’s name after the renowned figure skater, Yuna Kim. Kim is a graduate of Joongang University, South Korea. She can speak casual Mandarin, which she learned while filming The Myth.

In 1992, Kim won the Fair Face Beauty Contest when she was still a middle school student, and began modeling in teen magazines. In 1993, she appeared in a commercial for Lotte Samkang’s crab chips, which led to her acting debut in Dinosaur Teacher, and an emcee gig for the music show Live TV Music 20 that same year. Kim enjoyed peak popularity in the mid-to-late 1990s, starring in several hit Korean dramas, including Men of the Bath House, Propose, Forever Yours, Wedding Dress, Mister Q, Sunflower, and Tomato with Kim Suk-hoon. She made her big screen debut in 1997’s Repechage opposite Jang Dong-gun, and the film’s director, Lee Kwang-hoon, subsequently put her in his next film Ghost in Love. Later, Kim played the daughter of a Mongolian general in the big-budget Chinese martial arts fantasy Bichunmoo, which gave her large international exposure and cemented her popularity in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Southeast Asia. In late 2001, she starred as an animator in the film, Wanee & Junah. Her career took a downturn in 2003, when the environmentally-themed melodrama A Man Who Went to Mars bombed at the box office. Kim then returned to television in 2003 for My Fair Lady, which was adapted from the Japanese television drama Yamato Nadeshiko. In 2005 she played a blind singer in Sad Love Story, and was cast opposite Jackie Chan in The Myth. In 2006, she starred in the Korean film, Smile Again. Though Kim had a minor role in the Chinese epic The Warring States in 2011, she officially made her comeback in 2012 as a modern-day doctor who time-travels to Goryeo in the period romance Faith. In 2013, she became one of the hosts of the variety talk show Strong Heart. In 2014, Kim was cast in the Lee Kyung-hee-penned weekend family drama Wonderful Days. In 2015, she portrayed a character who returns to high school when she learns that her teenage daughter is being bullied in Angry Mom.

In 2007, Kim temporarily left the entertainment scene to devote her time to being a wife and mother. During this five-year hiatus from acting, apart from appearing in magazines, Kim published a book in 2009 on childcare and how to lose post-pregnancy weight, titled Kim Hee-sun’s Happy Mom Project.

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Why we think she’s hot:

Watch a couple of her movies, which are all pretty darn good by the way, and you’ll come to appreciate Hee sun Kim’s uncanny ability to purport deep emotions with just the slightest movement of those perfectly round cheekbones. For what it’s worth, she also has incredible legs, and a soft, yet infectious smile that’s absolutely adorable.

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