Song Hye-kyo

Song Hye-kyo (Korean송혜교; born November 22, 1981)[A] is a South Korean actress. She gained international popularity through her leading roles in the television dramas Autumn in My Heart (2000), All In (2003), Full House (2004), That Winter, the Wind Blows (2013), Descendants of the Sun (2016), Encounter (2018) and The Glory (2022). Her film work includes Hwang Jin Yi (2007), The Grandmaster (2013), My Brilliant Life (2014), and The Queens (2015).

Song Hye-kyo
Song Hye-kyo 송혜교 2022.jpg
Song in 2022
Born (1981-11-22) November 22, 1981 (age 41)[A]
Daegu, South Korea
EducationSejong University (BFA)
Years active1996–present
Agent(s)United Artists Agency
Jet Tone Films[2]
(m. 2017; div. 2019)
Korean name
Revised RomanizationSong Hye-gyo
McCune–ReischauerSong Hyekyo

In 2017, Song Hye-kyo ranked 7th in Forbes magazine's Korea Power Celebrity list,[4] and 6th in 2018.[5] She is referred to as one of "The Troika," along with Kim Tae-hee and Jun Ji-hyun, collectively known by the blend word "Tae-Hye-Ji". The success of Song's television dramas internationally established her as a top Hallyu star.[6]

Early life and educationEdit

When Song was born, she was so ill that her parents and doctors thought that she would not survive. Upon her recovery, Song's parents registered her birth on February 26, 1982 (instead of her actual birthdate, November 22, 1981).[1]

Song's parents divorced when she was a young girl, after which she was raised by her mother.[7] They moved from her birthplace in Daegu to the Gangnam District in Seoul, where she trained as a figure skater in elementary school but quit when she was in the eighth grade.[8] Song considered herself shy and introverted, but when she attended Ewha Girls' High School she was described by her high school teacher as having a "cheerful character, she mixed well with her friends and was always in a bright mood."[9][10] Song Hye-kyo attended Sejong University, where she majored in Film Arts.[11]


1996–2004: Debut, breakthrough, and international fameEdit

In 1996, the fourteen-year-old Song, then a third-year junior high school student, won first place in the SunKyung Smart Model Contest, and made her entertainment debut as a model for the school uniform company.[12] This led to her being cast in a small role in her first television drama, First Love. She would continue to appear in a string of dramas and sitcoms, most notably Soonpoong Clinic.[13] But it was not until the KBS drama Autumn in My Heart in 2000 with Song Seung-heon and Won Bin that she rose to fame in Korea and throughout Asia.[14] The romantic melodrama series was a ratings success, pioneering a trend in Korean melodramatic series and launching a trend that is commonly referred to as the "Korean Wave" and leading to Song becoming a Hallyu star.[15]

In 2003, her popularity continued to climb as she played a leading role alongside Lee Byung-hun in the gambling drama All In,[16] which drew solid viewership ratings nationwide throughout its run with a peak viewer rating of 47.7 percent.[17] The following year, she co-starred with singer Rain in the hit romantic comedy series Full House.[18] The drama achieved pan-Asian success and established Song as one of the best-known Korean actresses in Asia.[19][15][20]

2005–2012: Film debut and overseas venturesEdit

Early 2005, Song went to San Francisco to study English, and later traveled to Seattle. She took time off to recharge herself after the successful Asia drama Full House. "I have had a good rest. It was a good opportunity to reflect on myself," said Song. Song returned to Korea on March 5, 2005.[21] The same year, Song made her big-screen debut in My Girl and I (a Korean remake of Crying Out Love in the Center of the World), which was panned by audiences and critics alike. Vocal about her dissatisfaction with typecasting in the roles she was being offered,[22] Song proved in the following year that she could play different roles.

In October 2008

She returned to the big screen in 2007 as the titular gisaeng in the film adaptation of Hwang Jin Yi.[23][24] Because they found Song's image "too cute," Jun Ji-hyun and Soo Ae were the producers' original choices for the role, but Song went on a rigorous diet and surprised them with her will and desire to be Hwang Jini.[25] A year later, she made her American debut in the Hollywood indie Make Yourself at Home (formerly titled Fetish), a psychological thriller about a girl who was born to a shaman mother and tries to flee her fate by becoming an immigrant bride in the US.[26][27] Despite Song's attempts to challenge herself, both films underwhelmed the box office.[28][29]

She made her TV comeback in late 2008 with The World That They Live In (also known as Worlds Within), a series set at a broadcast station in which Song and Hyun Bin played drama PDs who work together and fall in love.[30][31]

In 2010, she starred in Camellia, an omnibus film made up of three short films directed by three Asian directors. Each episode is set in the past, present, and future of the city of Busan. In the film's final segment, Love for Sale, Song and Kang Dong-won played former lovers who forget their memories about each other, which later leads them to a fatal destiny.[32]

Considered one of Korea's most beautiful women,[33][34] in early 2011 Song released the photo-book Song Hye-kyo's Moment, which was shot by top photographers in Atlanta, New York City, Buenos Aires, Patagonia, Paris, the Netherlands and Brazil. Proceeds from the sales of the photo book was donated to a children's foundation.[35][36][37]

Song next played a documentary filmmaker who finds the strength to forgive the seventeen-year-old boy who killed her fiancé but instead of redemption finds only greater tragedy in A Reason to Live (Korean title: Today), which after several delays was released in October 2011.[38] Song was a huge fan of director Lee Jeong-hyang and had actively sought her out,[39] and though she had difficulty getting into character,[40] Song said she fell in love with the script[41][42] and felt her acting had matured.[43] She considers the film "a turning point" in her life.[44][45][46][47]

In 2011, she became the first Asian actress to sign a contract with French global agency Effigies, paving the way for her possible entry into the European market. She released a photo-essay book in 2012 titled It's Time for Hye-kyo.[48]

Song next played a supporting role in The Grandmaster, Chinese director Wong Kar-wai's biographical film about Bruce Lee's kung fu master Ip Man, for which she learned Cantonese and martial arts.[49][50][51] She later admitted there had been "a bit of friction and misunderstanding" with Wong while filming, but that the difficulties helped her mature.[52]

2013–present: Career resurgenceEdit

Song reunited with the writer and director of Worlds Within in That Winter, the Wind Blows, a 2013 remake of 2002 Japanese drama Ai Nante Irane Yo, Natsu ("I Don't Need Love, Summer"). She played a blind heiress in the melodrama, opposite a con man pretending to be her long-lost brother (played by Jo In-sung). That Winter, the Wind Blows placed number one in its time slot during most of its run, and Song and Jo were praised for their performances.[53][54][55][56] Song won the Daesang (or "Grand Prize"), the highest award for television, at the 2nd APAN Star Awards.[57]

In 2014, Song reunited with Kang Dong-won in My Brilliant Life, E J-yong's film adaptation of Kim Aeran's bestselling novel My Palpitating Life about a couple who watched their son suffering from progeria grow prematurely old.[58][59][60][61][62]

The romantic epic The Crossing was Song's second Chinese film to be released. It was directed by John Woo (Woo's longtime friend and producer Terence Chang has been managing Song's overseas activities since 2008). Previously titled 1949 and Love and Let Love, the long-gestating project had originally been announced at the Cannes Film Festival in 2008,[63][64][65] then cancelled in 2009,[66] and revived again in 2011.[67][68] Woo's recovery from tonsil tumor removal in 2012 led to another delay due to scheduling conflicts among the cast,[69][70] and Song finally began filming in June 2013.[71] The Crossing is based on the true story of the Taiping steamer collision. It follows six characters' intertwining love stories in Taiwan and Shanghai during the 1930s. Song played the daughter of a wealthy banker.[72][73][74]

Another Chinese film followed in 2015, The Queens, a contemporary romantic comedy about three cosmopolitan women – an actress, a PR specialist, and a gallery manager – who manipulate friends and put down their enemies as they play the game of love. Also starring Joe Chen and Vivian Wu, it was actress Annie Yi's directorial debut.[75][76]

In 2016, Song starred in the mega-hit romantic comedy series Descendants of the Sun, an intense drama about an army captain (played by Song Joong-ki) and a surgeon who fall in love while working in disaster-torn areas.[77][78] The drama was incredibly popular in Korea with a peak viewership rating of 41.6% and in Asia, where it was viewed 2.5 billion times on iQiyi.[79][80] The popularity of the drama reestablished Song as a leader of the Hallyu.[15][81] She topped popularity polls in Asia[82] and was noted for her immense brand recognition in South Korea.[83] Song won Daesang (Grand Prize), the highest award at the 2016 KBS Drama Awards along with her co-star, Song Joong-ki.[84]

After a two-year hiatus, she returned in the small screen with romantic-melodrama Encounter alongside Park Bo-gum.[85][86][87][88] In 2021, Song starred in SBS romantic drama Now, We Are Breaking Up, playing a team leader of design department of a fashion company.[89]

In 2022, Song reunited with Descendants of the Sun writer Kim Eun-sook in the Netflix series The Glory.[90] The series was well received by the audience[91] and Song's portrayal of Moon Dong-eun, a victim of brutal high school bullying who dedicates her adulthood to plot revenge against perpetrators, was met with praise by the critics.[92] For her performance in the series, Song won Best Actress – Television at the 59th Baeksang Arts Awards.[93]

Personal lifeEdit


Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo

On July 5, 2017, Song and Descendants of the Sun co-star Song Joong-ki announced through their respective agencies that they were engaged.[94][95][96] They married in a private ceremony on October 31, 2017, at Youngbingwan, Hotel Shilla in Seoul, amid intense media interest across Asia.[97] The ceremony was attended by the couple's closest family and friends,[98] including actors Lee Kwang-soo, Yoo Ah-in, and Park Bo-gum, who also played the piano at the reception.[99][100]

On June 27, 2019, Song Joong-ki revealed that he had filed for divorce with Song Hye-kyo the previous day.[101][102] The divorce was finalised in July 2019.[103]

On July 25, 2019, Song Hye-kyo filed a complaint against fifteen online netizens for "spread of false information, defamation of character and insult."[104]

Legal IssuesEdit

In August 2014, following inadvertent exposure by a politician overseeing the administration of the National Tax Service of South Korea,[105] Song made a public apology for committing tax evasion when she claimed undocumented expenses. In response to allegations that she had underpaid income tax from 2009 to 2011 totaling ₩2.56 billion, she argued that her accountant had mishandled her paperwork without her knowledge. After receiving notification from the NTS in October 2012, Song paid the tax balance due plus understatement of income tax penalties in the aggregate of ₩3.8 billion (US$3.7 million).[106][107][108][109][110] Song was again billed another ₩700 million in April 2014 against her 2008 tax filing, a result of the legally required five-year audit neglected since the 2012 notification.[106]


Song actively participates in voluntary work, especially with animals.[111] She participates in activities related by KARA regularly.[citation needed]

Song is also known for her frequent large charitable donations.[112][113][114][115]

Collaboration with Professor Seo Kyung-dukEdit

A representative from Song's agency said, "Because Song has travelled extensively for work, she has become aware of how important it is for tourists to be able to read information in their own language."[116] Song, in collaboration with professor Seo Kyung-duk of Sungshin Women's University, donated brochures of information in Korean to various historic Korean sites, art galleries, and museums in the world. Professor Seo praised Song for supporting her country quietly.[117]

  • In January 2012, Song and Seo funded publication of a new MoMA Korean guidebook in New York City. "Song covered the cost of publishing a new Korean guidebook for MoMA," said Seo.[118][119]
  • In April 2012, Song covered the cost for the production of the new Korean brochure for Yun Bong-gil Memorial Hall in Shanghai, China.[120]
  • In October 2012, Song funded the creation of an application for smartphone users to provide information on museums associated with Korea overseas. It was launched to mark Hangeul (Korean alphabet) Day.[121]
  • In November 2012, Song and Seo installed a promotional video box about Korea at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.[122]
  • Song is acutely aware of the challenges faced by the visually impaired when she played a blind person in That Winter, the Wind Blows. In March 2013, she sponsored the publication of guidebooks for the blind at the Independence Hall of Korea in Cheonan.[123]
  • In August 2013, Song and Korea PR expert Seo Kyung-duk donated a relief work of three independence fighters to the Yi Jun Peace Museum in The Hague, Netherlands.[124]
  • In October 2013, Song and Korea PR specialist Seo Kyung-duk donated guidebooks in Korean at An Jung-geun Memorial Hall in Harbin, China.[125]
  • In November 2013, Korea PR specialist Seo Kyung-duk and the fan club of Song Hye-kyo announced that they had donated Korean guidebooks to National History Museum in Uzbekistan.[126]
  • In April 2014, Song and Seo donated 10,000 Korean information pamphlets for the building of the now-defunct Provisional Government of Korea in Hangzhou, China.[127][128]
  • In April 2015, Song donated money to print brochures at a church in New York City, which has been deemed as a historic Korean site.[129]
  • In April 2016, Song and Seo donated 10,000 Korean language brochures to the historic site of the Korean Provisional Government in Changsha.[130] She has donated Korean language brochures to the Statue of Liberty in New York City too.
  • In August 2016, to commemorate the National Liberation Day of Korea on August 15, Song and professor Seo donated a total of 10,000 brochures to the Utoro Village in Japan.[citation needed]
  • In December 2016, Song and Professor Seo donated 10,000 copies of a Korean guidebook to Yun Bong-gil Memorial Hall in Shanghai for commemoration of his passing day (December 19, 1932).[131][132]
  • In March 2017, Song celebrated the Independence Movement Day by donating 10,000 copies of a Korean guidebook to historic Korean sites in Tokyo.[133]
  • In May 2017, Song and Seo supplied Korean guidebooks to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.[134]
  • In August 2017, Song and Seo donated guidebooks about the Korean historical sites located in Kyoto.[135]
  • In August 2019, Song and Seo donated information guide leaflets to the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Chongqing, China, on Thursday to celebrate Korea's National Liberation Day.[136]
  • In October 2020, Song and Seo donated 10,000 copies of the guide on 'Our History Met Overseas - Paris Edition' to the Korean Cultural Center in France.[137]
  • On March 1, 2022, Song and Seo donated 10,000 copies of the 'Story of Our History Overseas-San Francisco Edition' to the Korean Education Center in San Francisco.[138]
  • On August 15, 2022, Song donated Kim Gyu-sik's relief work to the Temporary Government Center in Chongqing, China on the occasion of the 77th anniversary of Independence Day.[139]
  • In October 2022, Song and Sungshin Women's University professor Seo Kyung-deok donated 10,000 copies of Korean guidebooks to the Utoro Peace Memorial located in Uji, Japan on Hangeul Day.[140]
  • On December 23, 2022, Song and Seo donated 10,000 Korean handbooks to the Korean Embassy in Washington, D.C., USA.[141]

Other donationsEdit

In October 2013, Song donated 1,000 tickets to the Busan International Film Festival for the underprivileged young people in the Busan area.[142] In July 2014, Song purchased 800 tickets for The Seoul International Women's Film Festival and donated them to the Korean Psychological Association and the Magdalena Community.[143]

In December 2016, Song made a donation to the Beautiful Foundation, to be used for educational support projects for low-income students who dream of becoming design experts.[144] In July 2017, Song donated 100 million won to Seoul National University Children's Hospital.[145]

In March 2022, Song donated ₩100 million to Korean Red Cross to help the victims of the massive wildfire that started in Uljin, Gyeongbuk and has spread to Samcheok, Gangwon.[146]



Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2005 My Girl and I Bae Su-eun
2007 Hwang Jin Yi Hwang Jin-yi
2008 Make Yourself at Home Sookhy American indie film
2010 Camellia – "Love for Sale" Bo-ra Omnibus film
2011 Countdown pretty girl Special appearance
A Reason to Live Da-hye
2013 The Grandmaster Zhang Yongcheng Chinese film
2014 My Brilliant Life Choi Mi-ra
The Crossing: Part 1 Zhou Yunfen Chinese film
2015 The Queens Annie
The Crossing: Part 2 Zhou Yunfen

Television seriesEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1995 New Generation Report: Adults Don't Know bit part
1996–1997 First Love one of the students being tutored by Hyo-kyung
1997 Happy Morning Oh Ye-boon
Beautiful Face bit part
70-minute Drama: When They Met extra
One of a Pair extra
1997–1998 Wedding Dress granddaughter
1998–1999 Six Siblings Choi Eun-shil [147]
1998–2000 Soonpoong Clinic Oh Hye-kyo
1998 White Nights 3.98 young Hong Jung-yeon [148]
Deadly Eyes Oh Jung-ah
1998–1999 How Am I? Ye-rin
1999–2000 Marching Song Hye-kyo [149]
Sweet Bride Kim Young-hee [150]
2000 Autumn in My Heart Yoon / Choi Eun-seo
2001 Hotelier Kim Yoon-hee [151]
Guardian Angel Jung Da-so [152]
2003 All In Min Su-yeon / Angela
2004 Sunlight Pours Down Ji Yeon-woo [153]
Full House Han Ji-eun
2008 Worlds Within Joo Joon-young
2013 That Winter, the Wind Blows Oh Young
2016 Descendants of the Sun Kang Mo-yeon
2018–2019 Encounter Cha Soo-hyun
2021–2022 Now, We Are Breaking Up Ha Young-eun [154][89]

Web seriesEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2022–2023 The Glory Moon Dong-eun Part 1–2 [155][156]

Television showsEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1998 Inkigayo Live 20 Host with Park Soo-hong
1999–2000 Our Happy Saturday
2000 Music Bank with Lee Hwi-jae [157]
2001 Mnet KM Music Festival with Cha Tae-hyun
2007 She's Olive: Song Hye-kyo in Paris Herself
2009 Good Morning Panda Narrator Documentary [158]
2016 May, the Children [159]
2023 Grandma Is Back Documentary on March 1st Movement [160]

Music video appearancesEdit

Year Song Title Artist
1996 "This Promise" Kim Soo-keun
2000 "Curious Destiny" Shin Sung-woo
"Once Upon a Day" Kim Bum-soo



Title Year Album
"Switch: Be White"
(with John Park)[161]
2012 for Laneige ads


Year Title Type Publisher ISBN
2011 Song Hye-kyo's Moment Photo Book Nangman Books 9788994842127
2012 It's Time for Hye-kyo Photo Essay 9788994842226

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.
APAN Star Awards 2013 Grand Prize (Daesang) That Winter, the Wind Blows Won
Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated [57]
2016 Grand Prize (Daesang) Descendants of the Sun Nominated [162]
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Nominated
Best Couple (with Song Joong-ki) Won [163][164]
Baeksang Arts Awards 2001 Best New Actress – Television Autumn in My Heart Nominated [165]
Most Popular Actress (TV) Won
2005 Best Actress – Television Full House Nominated
2006 Best New Actress – Film My Girl and I Nominated [166]
2013 Best Actress – Television That Winter, the Wind Blows Nominated [167]
2016 Descendants of the Sun Nominated [168]
Most Popular Actress (TV) Won [169]
iQiyi Global Star Award Won [170]
2023 Best Actress – Television The Glory Won [93]
Blue Dragon Film Awards 2007 Best Leading Actress Hwang Jin Yi Nominated [171]
Brand Customer Loyalty Awards 2023 Best Actress – OTT The Glory Won [172]
CETV Awards 2002 Top 10 Asian Entertainers Song Hye-kyo Won [173]
Golden Disk Awards 2001 Popular Music Video Award Kim Bum-soo's Once Upon a Day Won [174][175]
Gold Song Awards (Hong Kong) Top Korean Star Song Hye-kyo Won [176]
Grand Bell Awards 2006 Best New Actress My Girl and I Nominated [177]
KBS Drama Awards 2000 Top Excellence Award, Actress Autumn in My Heart Nominated
Photogenic Award, Actress Won [178]
Popularity Award, Actress Won
2004 Top Excellence Award, Actress Full House Won [179]
Popularity Award, Actress Won
Best Couple (with Rain) Won
2008 Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Worlds Within Nominated
2016 Grand Prize (Daesang) Descendants of the Sun Won [180][181]
Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Nominated
Best Couple (with Song Joong-ki) Won
Asia Best Couple (with Song Joong-ki) Won
Korea Drama Awards 2013 Grand Prize (Daesang) That Winter, the Wind Blows Nominated [182]
Korean Film Awards 2007 Best New Actress Hwang Jin Yi Won [183]
Korean Fashion Photographers Association 2022 Photogenic Cup Song Hye-kyo Won [184]
Mnet 20's Choice Awards 2013 20's Drama Star-Female That Winter, the Wind Blows Nominated
SBS Drama Awards 1998 Best New Actress in a Sitcom Soonpoong Clinic, How Am I? Won [185]
2001 Top 10 Stars Guardian Angel Won [186]
SBSi Award Won
2003 Top Excellence Award, Actress All In Won [187]
Top 10 Stars Won
2004 Top Excellence Award, Actress Sunlight Pours Down Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in Drama Special Nominated
2013 Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries That Winter, the Wind Blows Won [188]
Top 10 Stars Won
Best Couple (with Jo In-sung) Nominated
2021 Grand Prize (Daesang) Now, We Are Breaking Up Nominated [189]
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Romance/Comedy Drama Nominated [190]
Best Couple Award (with Jang Ki-yong) Nominated [191]
Seoul International Drama Awards 2013 Outstanding Korean Actress That Winter, the Wind Blows Nominated
Shanghai New Entertainment Charity Awards 2009 Most Charming Charity Star Award Song Hye-kyo Won [192]
SunKyung Smart Model Contest 1996 Grand Prize (Daesang) Won [193]
Women in Film Korea Awards 2011 Best Actress A Reason to Live Won [194][195]

State honorsEdit

Name of country, year given, and name of honor
Country Or Organization Year Honor Or Awards Ref.
National Tax Service[C] 2011 Prime Minister's Commendation [197]
South Korea[D] 2016 Presidential Commendation [201][202]


Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Rank Ref.
Forbes 2015 Korea Power Celebrity 30th [203]
2017 7th [204]
2018 6th [205]
2022 29th [206]
2023 25th [207]


  1. ^ a b Song Hye-kyo was born on November 22, 1981, while her registered birth date is February 26, 1982.[1]
  2. ^ The name '宋慧喬' with a different third Hanja '喬' is not her real Korean name in Hanja; it was the most commonly used Hanja character by most Chinese-language media outlets prior to Song's revelation in 2016.[3]
  3. ^ Honors are given at the Taxpayers' Day ceremony.[196]
  4. ^ Honors are given at the Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards, arranged by the Korea Creative Content Agency and hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.[198][199] They are awarded to those who have contributed to the arts and South Korea's pop culture.[200]


  1. ^ a b 송혜교, 조촐한 생일파티 공개 '수수하지만 빛나는 미모'. My Daily (in Korean). November 28, 2012.
  2. ^ "Actress Song Hye-kyo Joins Famed Director Wong Kar-wai's Studio". The Chosun Ilbo. April 16, 2019.
  3. ^ "Song Hye-kyo's signature".
  4. ^ "[SPECIAL EDITION (1)] 박보검·송중기 한국 최고 파워 셀러브리티". JoongAng Ilbo (in Korean). February 23, 2017.
  5. ^ "[2018 대한민국 셀러브리티(8)] 한국 연예계의 세대교체". JoongAng Ilbo (in Korean). March 23, 2018.
  6. ^ "'Tae-Hye-Ji' sweeping Korea's entertainment biz". Kpop Herald. August 25, 2015. Retrieved October 10, 2020.
  7. ^ 스크린으로 돌아온 만인의 연인 송혜교. The Dong-a Ilbo (in Korean). October 19, 2011.
  8. ^ 송혜교 ‘어느새 데뷔 10년차!’ 기념 팬미팅. Herald Corporation (in Korean). November 25, 2005.
  9. ^ I History Attests to Korean Stars' All-Natural Looks. The Chosun Ilbo. June 6, 2006.
  10. ^ "Interview: Song Hye Kyo Believes She's Become More Masculine Over Time". enewsWorld. August 29, 2014. Archived from the original on September 1, 2014.
  11. ^ 고졸?대학중퇴? 송혜교 프로필 논란. MT (in Korean). November 2, 2008.
  12. ^ "Top 5 female hallyu stars whose look barely changed over time". The Korea Herald. June 19, 2014.
  13. ^ 「순풍 산부인과」 내달 초 종영. Yonhap News Agency (in Korean). November 16, 2000.
  14. ^ "[My Homepage] 탤런트 송혜교". MK (in Korean). October 23, 2001.
  15. ^ a b c "Song Hye-kyo Continues Winning Streak in Hit TV Soap". The Chosun Ilbo. March 29, 2016.
  16. ^ "[인터뷰] SBS 드라마 '올인' 출연하는 송혜교". Hankyung (in Korean). January 7, 2003.
  17. ^ <인기 드라마「올인」4월 3일 종영>. Yonhap News Agency (in Korean). March 27, 2003.
  18. ^ 또 한편의 신데렐라 스토리 <풀하우스> 출격준비 완료. Cine21 (in Korean). July 9, 2004.
  19. ^ "10 Hallyu Stars". The Korea Times. October 14, 2007.
  20. ^ [스타매력탐방] '풀하우스'의 여주인 송혜교. The Chosun Ilbo (in Korean). October 18, 2014.
  21. ^ Song Hye-gyo to Resume Acting Soon Archived August 16, 2016, at the Wayback Machine. KBS Global. March 7, 2005.
  22. ^ A Giant Leap for Song Hye-kyo?. The Chosun Ilbo. December 22, 2005.
  23. ^ Song Hye-kyo Sheds Cute Image for Gisaeng Role. The Chosun Ilbo. March 27, 2007.
  24. ^ Song Hye-kyo, "Hwangjini only held one man in her heart". Broasia via Hancinema. June 1, 2007.
  25. ^ New Song picked for Hwang Jin Yi. Korea JoongAng Daily. April 17, 2007.
  26. ^ Song Hye-kyo Poised for U.S. Debut. The Chosun Ilbo. November 22, 2007.
  27. ^ Song Hye-kyo Reveals a Dark Side in New Movie. The Chosun Ilbo. November 23, 2010.
  28. ^ "Hwang Is Lovely But Lackluster". The Korea Times. May 24, 2007.
  29. ^ Jeon Ji-hyun Takes a Big-Screen Gamble. The Chosun Ilbo. January 25, 2008.
  30. ^ Song Hye-go, Hyun Bin Star in New KBS Drama Series Archived March 23, 2016, at the Wayback Machine. KBS Global. October 28, 2008.
  31. ^ Song Hye-kyo Goes Behind the Scenes in New Drama. The Chosun Ilbo. October 25, 2008.
  32. ^ Gang Dong-won, Song Hye-kyo start filming Love. 10Asia. January 20, 2010.
  33. ^ Fans of Snubbed Beauties up in Arms. The Chosun Ilbo. April 6, 2005.
  34. ^ "Song Hye-kyo Ranked Among 100 Most Beautiful Face". The Chosun Ilbo. December 14, 2010.
  35. ^ Song Hye-kyo Returns to Spotlight with Photobook. The Chosun Ilbo. January 28, 2011.
  36. ^ Glam picture book. Korea JoongAng Daily. January 31, 2011.
  37. ^ Actress’ limited-edition photo essay selling fast. Korea JoongAng Daily. February 10, 2011.
  38. ^ Song Hye-kyo's new film to open in theaters next month. 10Asia. September 6, 2011.
  39. ^ In new film, director puts spotlight back on women. Korea JoongAng Daily. October 7, 2011.
  40. ^ Song Hye-kyo says was difficult getting into character for new movie. 10Asia. September 26, 2011.
  41. ^ Song Hye Kyo: 'It Is My Honor To Be Compared to Actress Shim Eun Ha' Archived August 12, 2014, at the Wayback Machine. KBS Global. September 27, 2011.
  42. ^ Song stars as grieving documentary maker. The Korea Herald. September 27, 2011.
  43. ^ Song Hye-kyo Returns with New Movie. The Chosun Ilbo. October 22, 2011.
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