Kim Hee-sun (born June 11, 1977) is a South Korean actress. She rose to fame in the 1990s with leading roles in television series such as Men of the Bath House (1995), Propose (1997), Wedding Dress (1997), Forever Yours (1998), Mister Q (1998), Sunflower (1998), and Tomato (1999). Kim also starred in the martial arts films Bichunmoo (2000) and The Myth (2005), historical media drama Faith (2012), teen drama Angry Mom (2015), mystery drama The Lady in Dignity (2017), and fantasy drama Tomorrow (2022).

Kim Hee-sun
김희선, "청순미 교과서" (1).jpg
Kim Hee-sun in 2019
Born (1977-06-11) June 11, 1977 (age 45)
Daegu, South Korea
Other namesKim Hee-seon
Alma materChung-Ang University[1]
Occupation(s)Actress, television host
Years active1992-present
AgentHinge Entertainment
Park Ju-young
(m. 2007)
Korean name
Revised RomanizationGim Hui-seon
McCune–ReischauerKim Hŭisŏn


Kim Hee-sun won the Fair Face Beauty Contest in 1992 when she was a middle school student, and began modeling in teen magazines. In 1993, Kim, then a high school sophomore, appeared in a commercial for Lotte Samkang's crab chips, which led to her acting debut in Dinosaur Teacher;[2] and an MC gig for music show Live TV Music 20 that same year.[3][4]

She enjoyed peak popularity in the mid-to-late 1990s, starring in one hit Korean drama after another.[5] These include Men of the Bath House (1995) written by Kim Soo-hyun,[6] Propose (1997),[7][8] Wedding Dress (1997) with Lee Seung-yeon,[9] Forever Yours (1998) with Ryu Si-won,[10] Mister Q (1998) with Kim Min-jong and Song Yun-ah,[11] Sunflower (1998) with Ahn Jae-wook,[12] and Tomato (1999) with Kim Suk-hoon.[13] Kim won the top prize at the 1998 SBS Drama Awards for Mister Q, making her, at the time, the youngest ever Grand Prize (Daesang) winner, at 21 years old.[14] During this period, she also appeared in numerous advertisements and rose to fame both at home and abroad as one of Korea's most beautiful and trend-setting actresses.[15][16][17]

Unlike her success in television, the big screen proved to be a bigger challenge for Kim's career.[18] She made her film debut in 1997's Repechage opposite Jang Dong-gun,[19] and the film's director Lee Kwang-hoon subsequently put her in his next film Ghost in Love (1999).[20] In her most high-profile role to date, Kim played the daughter of a Mongolian general in the big-budget martial arts fantasy Bichunmoo, shot in China and released in the summer of 2000.[21] Although criticized for her acting in the film,[22] it gave her more local and international exposure than any of her other films. Along with her popular TV dramas, it cemented her position as a Korean Wave star in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and throughout Southeast Asia.[23][24]

In late 2001, Kim took on a completely different kind of role, cutting her hair short and starring as an animator in Wanee & Junah.[25] Although her acting in this film drew a favorable response from critics, the film itself was a commercial flop.[26] Her career took a downturn in 2003, when the environmentally-themed melodrama A Man Who Went to Mars, also known as A Letter From Mars, costarring Shin Ha-kyun became an utter bomb at the box office.[27][28] She returned to television, however My Fair Lady (2003) which was adapted from the Japanese television drama Yamato Nadeshiko,[29] and Sad Love Story (2005) where she played a blind singer, both received low ratings.[30][31][32]

Due to her popularity among Chinese viewers, Kim was then cast opposite Jackie Chan in The Myth, for which she learned to speak Mandarin.[33][34] Back in Korea, her career slump continued with Smile Again in 2006.[35]

Kim married in 2007, and she 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,[36] Kim published a book in 2009 on childcare and how to lose post-pregnancy weight, titled Kim Hee-sun's Happy Mom Project.[37][38][39][40]

Though she had a minor role in the Chinese epic The Warring States (2011),[citation needed] Kim officially made her comeback in 2012 as a modern-day doctor who time-travels to Goryeo in the period romance Faith, the last collaboration by screenwriter Song Ji-na and television director Kim Jong-hak.[41][42][43][44][45]

In 2013, Kim became one of the hosts of the revamped second season of variety talk show Strong Heart, titled Hwasin – Controller of the Heart.[46] After Hwasin was cancelled, she was cast in the Lee Kyung-hee-penned weekend family drama Wonderful Days (2014).[47][48] This was followed by Angry Mom in 2015, where Kim's portrayal of the titular character who returns to high school when she learns that her teenage daughter is being bullied was highly praised by critics.[49][50] Kim then began filming for Chinese fantasy television drama Ice Fantasy, which started airing in July 2016.[51]

In 2017, Kim starred in the television series, The Lady in Dignity alongside Kim Sun-ah.[52] The series achieved a rating of 12.6% for its finale, becoming JTBC's highest rated drama at the time. Kim's performance was well received by critics and audience.[53][54]

In 2018, Kim starred in tvN's mystery drama Room No. 9.[55] The same year she confirmed her return to the big screen with independent film Paper Flower.[56] In 2020, Kim starred in the science fiction romance drama Alice which was broadcast on SBS in 2020 and released worldwide on Netflix in 2021.[57]

In 2022, Kim starred in the MBC fantasy drama Tomorrow, playing the role of grim reaper Goo-ryeon.[58]

Personal lifeEdit

Kim wed businessman Park Ju-young in a lavish ceremony at the Seoul Sheraton Grande Walkerhill Hotel on October 19, 2007.[4][59][60] She gave birth to daughter Park Yeon-ah on January 21, 2009.[61][62][63]


On March 9, 2022, Kim donated 100 million to the Korean Red Cross To help the victims of the massive forest fire that started in Uljin, Gyeongbuk and has spread to Samcheok, Gangwon. [64] On April 25, 2022, Kim donated ₩100 million to Asan Medical Center to be used to pay for the treatments of low-income patients.[65]



Title Year Album
"Endless Love" (無盡的愛 )
(Kim Hee-sun with Jackie Chan)
2005 The Myth OST
"No Matter How Many Times We Part" (몇번을 헤어져도 )
(Kim Hee-sun with Yoon Gun)
Sad Love Story OST
"Love Is" (사랑이란 )
(Mighty Mouth ft. Kim Hee-sun)
2011 Mighty Fresh



Year Title Role Ref.
1997 Repechage Eun-hye
1999 Ghost in Love Jin Chae-byul
Calla Kang Ji-hee [66]
2000 Bichunmoo Sullie
2001 Wanee & Junah Wa-ni
2003 A Man Who Went to Mars So-hee
2005 The Myth Princess Ok-soo
2011 The Warring States Pang Fei
2019 Paper Flower
TBA Sweet Sea Il-yeong [67]

Television seriesEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1993 Dinosaur Teacher Kim Hee-sun
1994 The Story of Chunhyang Seong Chunhyang [68]
1995 Agatha Christie Lee Joon-hee [69]
Sons of the Wind Lee Yeon-hwa
Men of the Bath House Kim Soo-kyung
1996 Colors "White Side" Kim Hye-jin / Song Eun-young [70]
A Faraway Country Seo Woon-ha [71]
1997 Propose Kim Yoo-ra
New York Story Jae-in
Wedding Dress Kim Doo-na
1998 Forever Yours Han Seo-hee
Mister Q Han Hye-won
Sunflower Han Soo-yeon
1999 Tomato Lee Han-yi
Goodbye My Love Seo Yeon-joo [72]
2003 My Fair Lady Ha Min-kyung
2005 Sad Love Story Park Hye-in
2006 Smile Again Oh Dan-hee
2007 Tai Chi Chasers Phoebe Voiced in the Korean version
2012 Faith Yoo Eun-soo
2014 Wonderful Days Cha Hae-won
2015 Angry Mom Jo Kang-ja / Jo Bang-wool
2016 Ice Fantasy Lian Ji Chinese drama
2017 The Lady in Dignity Woo Ah-jin
2018 Room No. 9 Eulji Hae-yi
2020 Alice Yoon Tae-yi / Park Sun-young
2022 Tomorrow Goo-ryeon [58][73]
2023 Gaslighting Roh Young-won [74]

Web seriesEdit

Year Title Role Ref.
2022 Remarriage & Desires Seo Hye-seung [75]

Television showsEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1993 Live TV Music 20 Host
1995 TV Time Travel [76]
1996–1998 Live TV Music 20
1999 There Is Something Special with Kim Hee-sun [77]
2001 A Very Special Gift with Kim Hee-sun [78]
2009 Human Documentary Love: I Want to Be Thumbelina's Mom III Narrator Documentary [79]
2013 Hwasin: Controller of the Heart Host
2017 My Little Old Boys Special Host episodes 48–50
Island Trio Cast member [80]
2018 Talkmon Host [81]
2021 Honeymoon Tavern Cast Member Episode 1–9 [82][83]


Year Title Publisher ISBN
2009 Kim Hee-sun's Happy Mom Project L Company ISBN 9788996837268

Awards and nominationsEdit

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.
Andre Kim Best Star Awards 2003 Star Award Kim Hee-sun Won [84]
2007 Won [85]
2009 Won [86]
APAN Star Awards 2014 Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama Wonderful Days Won [87]
2015 Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Angry Mom Won [88]
2016 Best APAN Star Award Kim Hee-sun Won [89]
2021 Top Excellence Award, Best Actress in a Miniseries Alice Won [90][91]
Asia Artist Awards 2017 Grand Prize (Daesang) The Lady in Dignity Won [92]
Asian Influence Awards Oriental Ceremony 2015 Most Influential Asian Award Kim Hee-sun Won [93]
Baeksang Arts Awards 1996 Best New Actress – Television Men of the Bath House Won
2000 Most Popular Actress (TV) Tomato Won
2002 Best Actress – Film Wanee & Junah Nominated
Most Popular Actress (Film) Won [94]
2018 Best Actress – Television The Lady in Dignity Nominated [95]
Blue Dragon Film Awards 2000 Popular Star Award Bichunmoo Won [96]
2001 Best Leading Actress Wanee & Junah Nominated
Popular Star Award Won [97]
Cosmo Beauty Awards 2012 Beauty Icon of the Year Kim Hee-sun Won [98][99]
Fair Face Beauty Contest 1992 Grand Prize (Daesang) Won
Hong Kong Film Awards 2006 Best Original Film Song The Myth Nominated
KBS Drama Awards 1994 Best Young Actress The Story of Chunhyang Nominated
1995 Best New Actress Sons of the Wind Won
1996 Excellence Award, Actress A Faraway Country, Colors Won
1997 Popularity Award Propose Won
2014 Top Excellence Award, Actress Wonderful Days Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama Nominated
Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards 2012 Best Actress Faith Won [100]
Korea Drama Awards 2015 Top Excellence Award, Actress Angry Mom Nominated
MBC Drama Awards 1998 Popularity Award Forever Yours, Sunflower Won
2015 Grand Prize (Daesang) Angry Mom Nominated
Top 10 Stars Won [101]
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Nominated
2022 Tomorrow Nominated [102]
SBS Drama Awards 1998 Grand Prize (Daesang) Mister Q Won
2000 SBSi Award Tomato Won [103]
Big Star Award Won
2012 Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Faith Nominated
2020 Grand Prize (Daesang) Alice Nominated [104]
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Fantasy/Romance Drama Nominated [105]
The Seoul Awards 2017 Best Actress The Lady in Dignity Nominated [106]

State honorsEdit

Name of country, year given, and name of honor
Country Or Organization Year Honor Or Award Ref.
National Tax Service[note 1] 2005 Prime Minister's Commendation [108]
Chung-Ang University Blue Dragon Achievement Award [109]


Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Forbes 2018 Korea Power Celebrity 19th [110]


  1. ^ Honors are given at the Taxpayers' Day ceremony.[107]


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