Choi Kang-hee

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For the Korean football player of the same name, see Choi Kang-Hee (footballer).
This is a Korean name; the family name is Choi.
Choi Kang-hee
Born (1977-05-05) May 5, 1977 (age 37)
South Korea
Other names Choi Gang-hee
Choi Kang-hie
Occupation Actress, radio DJ
Years active 1995–present
Agent Will Entertainment
Korean name
Hangul 최강희
Revised Romanization Choe Gang-hui
McCune–Reischauer Ch'oe Kanghŭi

Choi Kang-hee (born Choi Se-yeon on May 5, 1977) is a South Korean actress and radio DJ.


Choi made her film debut in the 1998 horror Whispering Corridors, and in 2006 she starred in the low budget My Scary Girl, a surprise hit for which she earned a Best Actress nomination at the 27th Blue Dragon Film Awards.[1] She also received good notices for her roles in the comedy series Protect the Boss, and the films Goodbye Mom and Petty Romance.

In addition to her acting, Choi is a radio DJ on KBS Cool FM.[2][3] She also has her own clothing brand, Nowhere333.[4]

In October 2006, Choi was awarded a silver medal by the Korea National Red Cross in recognition of her frequent blood donations. A year later she became the first Korean celebrity to donate bone marrow, having pledged as a donor in 1999.[5]

In June 2014, Choi signed with new management agency Will Entertainment.[6]



Year Title Role Notes
1998 Whispering Corridors Yoon Jae-yi Credited as Choi Se-yeon.
2000 Happy Funeral Director So-hwa
2001 Wanee & Junah So-yeong
2002 Yellow Flower Woman (story 4) Credited as Choi Se-yeon.
2006 My Scary Girl Lee Mi-na
2007 Attack on the Pin-Up Boys Cameo
My Love Joo-won
2009 Goodbye Mom Park Ae-ja
2010 Bestseller Whisper Cameo
Petty Romance Da-rim
2013 Happiness for Sale Mina


Year Title Network Role Notes
1995 The New Generation Report: Adults Don't Know It KBS
1996 Drama Game: Sons and Lovers KBS
Icing MBC
1997 Youth Drama: I MBC
1998 MBC Best Theater: Village Bus MBC
Sunday Best: 지워지지 않을 그 연두빛 KBS
여자를 말한다: 내 아내 수지에게 MBC
Hometown of Legends: 귀면살풍 KBS
Theme Game MBC
King and Queen KBS Soo-geun's consort
Paper Crane KBS Eun-seo
Sunflower MBC Nurse Lee Eun-joo
1999 School KBS Lee Min-jae
Ad Madness KBS Sung-yeon
Sunday Best: Beautiful Gift KBS
2000 Feels Good MBC
March SBS
Special Drama: 2000 Romeo and Juliet SBS
2001 School 3 KBS Cameo
Medical Center SBS Attempted suicide patient Cameo
Open Drama Man & Woman: 아빠만들기 SBS
Best Theater: Scent of Limes MBC
Legend SBS Jeon Mi-sun
Soonjung KBS
This is Love KBS Oh Young-ah
2002 Open Drama Man & Woman: To Reverse the Clock SBS
The Maengs' Golden Era MBC Maeng Eun-ja
2003 Land of Wine SBS Song Ae-ryung
50th Anniversary of Armistice Drama: New Gyun-woo and Jik-nyu MBC Ri Yeon-jung
2004 Sweet Buns MBC Han Ka-ran
2005 Drama City: 주택개보수 작업일지 KBS
Beating Heart MBC Oh Soo-kyung Appeared in episodes 7 and 8.
Rules of Love MBC Kim Geun-young
2007 Thank You MBC Cha Ji-min Cameo in episode 1.
2008 My Sweet Seoul SBS Oh Eun-soo
2011 Protect the Boss SBS Noh Eun-seol
2013 7th Grade Civil Servant MBC Kim Seo-won / Kim Kyung-ja

Music Videos[edit]

  • Adam - "할 수 있다면"
  • Son Sung-hoon - "널 사랑하기에"
  • K - "가세요"
  • K - "처음으로"
  • 3Boys - "바람둥이"
  • Uptown - "Olla Olla"


  • Kang-hee's Six Addictions (O'live TV, 2008)
  • Living Beauty: Kang-hee's Colored Fantasy (O'live TV, 2009)

Radio DJ[edit]




  1. ^ "The 27th Blue Dragon Awards", The Korea Society. Retrieved on June 10, 2007.
  2. ^ "BoA and Choi Kang-hee to Hold Talk Show for Women", KBS Global, July 28, 2005. Retrieved on February 3, 2008.
  3. ^ "Choi Kang-hee to Fill In as Radio DJ", KBS Global, January 10, 2008. Retrieved on February 3, 2008.
  4. ^ "Trends 2006: Starlets Turn to Fashion", The Chosun Ilbo, December 28, 2006. Retrieved on February 3, 2008.
  5. ^ Park Si-soo, "Actress Choi Kang-hee Donates Bone-Marrow", The Korea Times, October 23, 2007. Retrieved on February 3, 2008.
  6. ^ "Choi Kang Hee & Kang Rae Yeon sign contracts with Will Entertainment". Yahoo. June 20, 2014. 
  7. ^ 楽天市場rakuten
  8. ^ 인터넷서점 인터파크도서 - 최강희, 사소한 아이의 소소한 행복 (양장)
  9. ^ [향긋한 북살롱 사랑할 수밖에 없는 그녀 -『사소한 아이의 소소한 행복』 최강희 : No.1 문화웹진 채널예스]

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