|Education||Dongguk University - Theater and Film|
|Revised Romanization||Hwang Bo-ra|
Hwang Bo-ra (born October 2, 1983) is a South Korean actress. Hwang made her acting debut in 2003 and became popular after she played a quirky-looking "cup noodle girl" in a ramyeon commercial. In 2007, Hwang played the daughter/narrator in black comedy Skeletons in the Closet (also known as Shim's Family), for which she won Best New Actress at the Busan Film Critics Awards and Director's Cut Awards.
This was followed by supporting roles in films and television dramas such as Arang and the Magistrate (2012), The Firstborn (2013), and Cunning Single Lady (2014). Hwang has also played leading roles in ghost romance Jumunjin (2010; which reunited her with Rainbow Romance co-star Kim Kibum), revenge drama Dangerous Woman (2011), and horror movie Navigation (2014).
|2007||Skeletons in the Closet||Shim Yong-sun|
|2008||Radio Dayz||Myeong-wol, a gisaeng|
|Dachimawa Lee||Weird girl|
|2009||I Am a Stewardess|
|The Relation of Face, Mind and Love||Tae-young||Telecinema|
|Petty Romance||Bol-mae's older sister (cameo)|
|2015||Chronicle of a Blood Merchant||Gye-hwa|
|The Phone||Kim Hye-jin|
|2016||Phantom Detective||Used-book store woman|
|2019||Trade Your Love||Song Mi-yeon|
|2004||2002's Successful Story of a Bright Girl||SBS|
|2004 Human Market||Gong-mi|
|The Secret Lovers||Seo Young-min|
|My Girl||Ahn Jin-shim||SBS|
|2007||Ground Zero||Kim So-young||MBC|
|2008||Love Marriage||Kim Soon-young||KBS2|
|Amnok River Flows||young Goo Wol-yi||SBS|
|2009||Father, Your Place||Mi-ok|
|2010||Road No. 1||Girl from Oh Jong-ki's
|Smile, Mom||Kim Mi-so||SBS|
|2011||Dangerous Woman||Kang So-ra||MBC|
|2012||Love Rain||Hwang In-sook||KBS2|
|Arang and the Magistrate||Bang-wool||MBC|
|Something Shocking||Channel A|
|2013||The Firstborn||Park Soon-geum||JTBC|
|2014||Cunning Single Lady||Kang Min-young||MBC|
|Mr. Back||Yoo Nan-hee|
|2016||My Horrible Boss||Jang Mi-ri||JTBC|
|Blow Breeze||Jo Hee-ra||MBC|
|2017||Fight for My Way||Park Chan-sook (Cameo)||KBS2|
|2018||Miracle That We Met||Song Sa-ran|
|What's Wrong with Secretary Kim||Bong Se-ra||tvN|
|My Strange Hero||cameo||SBS|
|Touch Your Heart||cameo||tvN|
|2010||"My Name's Woman"||Bi Girl|
|2010||Rooftop Room Cat||Nam Jung-eun||2011-2012|
Awards and nominations
|2007||8th Busan Film Critics Awards||Best New Actress||Skeletons in the Closet||Won|
|28th Blue Dragon Film Awards||Best New Actress||Nominated|
|10th Director's Cut Awards||Best New Actress||Won|
|2012||MBC Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries||Arang and the Magistrate||Nominated|
- Jin, Eun-soo (12 July 2014). "Actors confirm they're in love". Korea Joongang Daily. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- "Media attention focuses on Hwang Bo-ra". Korea Joongang Daily. 27 February 2007. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- "Hwang Bo-ra is the comical shaman in Arang and the Magistrate". Hancinema. 28 June 2012. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- Ho, Stewart (29 June 2012). "Character Still Cuts From Lee Joon Gi's Arang and the Magistrate Posted". enewsWorld. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- "Hwang Bo-ra, "It's been 11 years, I'm not a little girl anymore"". Hancinema. 24 April 2014. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- "Now Playing: Joomoonjin". The Korea Times. 21 January 2010. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- "Hwang Bo-ra, evil eyes closed and idiot when closed". Hancinema. 22 September 2011. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- Yi, Ch'ang-ho (25 January 2008). "RYOO Seung-bum and KIM Sa-rang bewitch audiences". Korean Film Biz Zone. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- Also aired on SBS.
- "We lead you to the destination of terror". Hancinema. 30 May 2013. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- "Son Eun-seo and Hwang Bo-ra on board with Love Rain". Hancinema. 21 September 2011. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- "Hwang Bo-ra is a columnist in Something Shocking". Hancinema. 11 November 2012. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- "Hwang Bo-ra to star in Mister Baek". Hancinema. 13 October 2014. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
- "황보라, '김비서가 왜 그럴까' 출연 "자칭 팜므파탈"". TenAsia (in Korean). April 18, 2018.
- "Hwang Bo-ra to Join 25 Billion Won Drama, "Vagabond"". Hancinema. Dailian. July 8, 2018.
- Chung, Ah-young (14 March 2010). "Popular Drama Goes on Stage". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2014-04-28.
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