Earlier, I have written about top ten South Korean actors. In the late 1990s, South Korean cinema started to turn around. Now, South Korean cinemas and dramas are popular in many other countries like
Blood type: RH+A
Go So Young:
Blood type: A
Go So Young was born on October 6, 1972. A graduate from
Star sign: Sagittarius
Blood type: A
Lee Young Ae:
Blood type: AB
Star Sign: Aquarius
Family: Two older brothers
Lee Young-Ae is one of the top TV stars of
A student of the Department of Theater and Film at
Shim Eun Ha:
Blood Type: B
Family: Parents and 2 younger sisters.
Born on September 3, 1972 in Yongin, Shim Eun Ha did not receive any university education. In 1994, Shim Eun Ha appeared in a basket ball-themed TV drama The Last Match. For her outstanding performance in The Last Match, Shim Eun Ha became one of the most popular TV stars in
From the mide 80s to the end of the 90s, Kang Su-yeon has been one of most well known Korean actresses nationally and internationally. Kang Su-yeon started in the 1970’s as a child actress. After acting in some low profile movies she got her big break in 1986 in the movie The Surrogate Woman. Directed by Im Kwon-taek, the movie won Kang Su-yeon Volpi Cup Best Actress Award in 1987 at the Venice International Film Festival and Best Actress Award at the Nantes International Film Festival. For the first time, any Korean actor won major international award. Again in 1989, Kang Su-yeon won the Best Actress Award in Moscow International Film Festival. The movie Come, Come, Come Upward was also directed by Im Kwon-taek. It was a Buddhist themed movie, where Kang Su-yeon played the character of Sun Nyog, a young student who takes shelter in a monastery to escape from her troubled home and letter falls in love with a person who tries to take away her modesty. For her character, Kang Su-yeon shaved her head. That same year, she served as a jury in the Tokyo International Film Festival.
Family: Younger sister, and an older sister.
Born in April 2, 1960, Lee Mi-sook debuted as an actress in 1979 in the movie, Thoughtless Momo. By the mid-1980s Lee Mi-sook became a big name in South Korean film industry. Some of her major movies in this time were: Whale Hunting, That Winter Was Warm, Bbong and Eunuch, Wanderer in Winter. Directed by Bae Chang-Ho, Whale Hunting was one of the most of popular movies of the 80’s. Upon release in theatres, the movie attracted an audience of 400,000 in