Kim Min-jung (actress)

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Kim.
Kim Min-jung
Kim Min-jung at the NIKE WE RUN SEOUL 10K 340.jpg
Kim Min-jung at the Nike: We Run Seoul 10k, on October 2011
Born (1982-07-30) July 30, 1982 (age 32)
Seoul, South Korea
Education Hanyang University
Theater and Film
Occupation Actress
Years active 1988–present
Agent Better ENT
Notable work(s)
Religion Roman Catholic
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Kim Min-jeong
McCune–Reischauer Kim Minjŏng

Kim Min-jung (Hangul: 김민정; born July 30, 1982) is a South Korean actress.

Career[edit]

Kim Min-jung made her acting debut in 1988 when she was six years old, in the MBC Best Theater episode Widow. She then starred in numerous television dramas as one of the most in-demand and praised child actresses of her generation.[1] As she grew up, she would become one of the few Korean child actors who successfully transitioned into adult roles.[2] Kim's more notable TV series include Ireland, Fashion 70's, New Heart,[3] Strike Love, and The Thorn Birds.[4] She has also appeared in films such as Flying Boys, Forbidden Quest,[5] and The Scam.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Television series[edit]

  • 2014: Gap-dong (tvN)
  • 2012: The 3rd Hospital (tvN)
  • 2011: The Thorn Birds (KBS2)
  • 2009: Strike Love (MBC)
  • 2007: New Heart (MBC)
  • 2006: Stranger Than Paradise (SBS)
  • 2005: Fashion 70's (SBS)
  • 2004: Ireland (MBC)
  • 2003: Land of Wine (SBS)
  • 2002: The Thought of Wearing Rubber Shoes Backwards (MBC)
  • 2002: Rival (SBS)
  • 2002: Sidestreet People (KBS)
  • 2001: Mina (KBS2)
  • 2000: She's the One (KBS)
  • 2000: Medical Center (SBS)
  • 2000: The Unstoppables (SBS)
  • 2000: Bad Boys (MBC)
  • 1999: Invitation (KBS)
  • 1999: I'm Still Loving You (MBC)
  • 1999: KAIST (SBS)
  • 1999: Nice Girls (KBS)
  • 1998: Sunflower (MBC)
  • 1998: See and See Again (MBC)
  • 1998: The King and the Queen (KBS)
  • 1998: MBC Best Theater: 설사약 권하는 사회 (MBC)
  • 1997: Yesterday (MBC)
  • 1997: Wedding Dress (KBS)
  • 1997: 70-minute Drama: Isle (SBS)
  • 1997: 70-minute Drama: Baby Blues Parenting Diary (SBS)
  • 1997: 70-minute Drama: Baby Blues Fetal Diary (SBS)
  • 1997: Drama City: There's Still Time to Love (KBS2)
  • 1996: Start (KBS)
  • 1996: Jo Gwang-jo (KBS)
  • 1996: Princess Deok-hye (MBC)
  • 1996: 생명 (MBC)
  • 1995: Adolescence 2 (MBC)
  • 1995: Jang Nok-su (KBS)
  • 1994: Stranger in Paradise (MBC)
  • 1992: Women's Theater: Shaking Distance (SBS)
  • 1991: Flower That Never Wilts (KBS)
  • 1990: Bizarre Family, Bizarre School (MBC)
  • 1988: MBC Best Theater:Widow (MBC)

Variety shows[edit]

  • 2012: The Duet (MBN)
  • 2002: Music Bank (KBS2)
  • Kiss Kiss Kiss: What Children Like (MBC)

Discography[edit]

  • 2009: "From Me to You" (from Strike Love OST)

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kim Min-Jung (김민정)". Korea Tourism Organization. Retrieved 2012-08-07. 
  2. ^ "From Kim Min-jeong to Kang Soo-yeon, Best 5 child actors". Hancinema. 15 May 2008. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  3. ^ Kwon Mee-yoo, Han Sang-hee (5 December 2007). "New Medical Drama New Heart to Hit TV". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  4. ^ Kwon, Mee-yoo (27 February 2011). "Love, lies & family secrets". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  5. ^ "K-FILM REVIEWS: 음란서생 (Forbidden Quest) - Part". Twitch Film. 11 June 2006. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  6. ^ Lee, Hyo-won (7 January 2009). "Park Yong-ha Returns as Scam Artist". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 

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