May 5, 1977 |
|Other names||Choi Gang-hee
|Occupation||Actress, radio DJ|
|Revised Romanization||Choe Gang-hui|
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. She also received good notices for her roles in the comedy series Protect the Boss, and the films Goodbye Mom and Petty Romance.
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.
|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|
|2009||Goodbye Mom||Park Ae-ja|
|2013||Happiness for Sale||Mina|
|1995||The New Generation Report: Adults Don't Know It||KBS|
|1996||Drama Game: Sons and Lovers||KBS|
|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|
|King and Queen||KBS||Soo-geun's consort|
|Sunflower||MBC||Nurse Lee Eun-joo|
|Sunday Best: Beautiful Gift||KBS|
|Special Drama: 2000 Romeo and Juliet||SBS|
|Medical Center||SBS||Attempted suicide patient||Cameo|
|Open Drama Man & Woman: 아빠만들기||SBS|
|Best Theater: Scent of Limes||MBC|
|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|
- 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)
- KBS Cool FM: Pump Up the Volume (October 18, 2004 ~ October 8, 2006)
- KBS Cool FM: Pump Up the Volume (January 1, 2011 ~ October 30, 2011)
- KBS Cool FM: Night Flight (November 7, 2011 ~ present)
- Choi Kang-hee, A Little Child's Little Happiness (photo-essays, 2009)
- 2008 SBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award, Actress in a Drama Special (My Sweet Seoul)
- 2011 Max Movie Awards: Best Actress (Petty Romance)
- 2011 SBS Drama Awards: Best Couple Award with Ji Sung (Protect the Boss)
- 2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars Award (Protect the Boss)
- 2011 SBS Drama Awards: Netizen Popularity Award (Protect the Boss)
- 2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Drama Special (Protect the Boss)
- "The 27th Blue Dragon Awards", The Korea Society. Retrieved on June 10, 2007.
- "BoA and Choi Kang-hee to Hold Talk Show for Women", KBS Global, July 28, 2005. Retrieved on February 3, 2008.
- "Choi Kang-hee to Fill In as Radio DJ", KBS Global, January 10, 2008. Retrieved on February 3, 2008.
- "Trends 2006: Starlets Turn to Fashion", The Chosun Ilbo, December 28, 2006. Retrieved on February 3, 2008.
- Park Si-soo, "Actress Choi Kang-hee Donates Bone-Marrow", The Korea Times, October 23, 2007. Retrieved on February 3, 2008.