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Kim Hye-soo


Kim Hye-soo is one of the celebrities who are now can be categorized as one of the most respected models in the K-Pop scene. She debuted as an actress in 1986, when she was in her first grade of high school. Slowly but surely, she acted in various types of films and began to be recognized as one of South Korea's elite celebrities.

Ms. Kim amassed a sizeable filmography of leading and supporting roles, notably in the TV dramas "Did We Really Love?" with 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).


But it was when she reinvented her image as a glamorous and confident femme fatale in films "Hypnotized" (2004), "The Red Shoes" (2005) and "Tazza: The High Rollers" (2006) that she gained acting recognition and entered the Korean film industry A-list. She considers her collaboration with Han Suk-kyu in 2010's "Villain and Widow" as one of the highlights of her acting career.

In 2009, Ms. Kim returned to television dramas with "Style," which is set in the fashion industry. She followed that with the mystery melodrama "Home Sweet Home" in 2010. She reunited with "Tazza" director 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. In 2013, she starred in the romantic comedy "Queen of the Office" (also known as "Goddess of the Workplace"), an adaptation of 2007 Japanese drama "Haken no Hinkaku" ("Pride of the Temp").


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