Ahn So-young

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Ahn So-young
Born (1959-08-12)August 12, 1959
Seoul, South Korea
Occupation Actress
Years active 1979–present
Korean name
Hangul 안소영
Hanja 安昭暎
Revised Romanization An So-yeong
McCune–Reischauer An Soyŏng
Birth name
Hangul 안기자
Hanja 安基子
Revised Romanization An Gi-ja
McCune–Reischauer An Kicha

Ahn So-young (Korean: 안소영, Hanja: 安昭暎) (born August 12, 1959) is a South Korean actress. Ahn was born in Seoul in 1959 and graduated from Jeonghwa Girls' Commerce High School. Ahn debuted in 1979 with Naeil tto naeil (Again Tomorrow) directed by Im Kwon-taek and entered stardom with Madame Aema in 1982.[1]


*Note; the whole list is referenced.[2]

Year English title Korean title Romanization Role Director
The Sun Told Me To... yeoleum-i sikineundaelo
1995 A Single Spark Aleumda-un cheongnyeon Jeon Taeil
1993 To the Starry Island Geu seom-e gago sipda
Sexual Compatibility Habgung
A Top Knot on Montmartre Mongmareuteu eondeok-ui sangtu
1986 Ticket Tiket
Women, Women Nyeoja, Nyeoja
Moonlight Melody Dalbich mellodi
When A Woman Applies Makeup Twice Yeojaga dubeon hwajanggal ttae
My Daughter Rescued from the Swamp Suleong-eseo geonjin naettal
Time of Hate Miwum-ui sewol
Doe Amsaseum
Fiery Wind Bulbaram
Free Maiden Jayucheonyeo
1982 Mountain Strawberries Santtalgi
I Hate You, I Hate You, I Hate You Miwo Miwo Miwo
Tan-ya Tanya
1982 The Ae-ma Woman Aemabu-in
Not for Tonight Oneulbam-eun cham-euse-yo
1981 Miss, Please Be Patient Agassi cham-euse-yo
Two Sons Du adeul
Tomorrow After Tomorrow Nae-il tto nae-il
Vicious Woman Sun-agjil-yeosa
Mu-rim Battle Mulimdaehyeob




  1. ^ a b 안소영 [Ahn So-young] (in Korean). Korean Movie Database (KMDb). Archived from the original on 2012-12-19. Retrieved 2010-02-09. 
  2. ^ "Cast and Crew DB >Ahn So-young >Filmograpies". Korean Movie Database (KMDb). Retrieved 2010-02-10. [permanent dead link]

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