Kim Hae-sook

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Kim Hae-sook
Born (1955-12-30) December 30, 1955 (age 61)
Busan, South Korea
Alma mater Kyung Hee University
Occupation Actress
Years active 1975-present
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gim Hae-suk
McCune–Reischauer Kim Hae-suk

Kim Hae-sook (born December 30, 1955) is a South Korean actress.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Television drama[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1974 Chief Inspector MBC
제3교실 MBC
1979 산이 되고 강이 되고 MBC
Last Witness Son Ji-hye MBC
1980 One Hundred Years' Guests Jung-ah MBC
Kanyangrok Ah-ji MBC
1981 Sae-ah MBC
1982 Annals of Denial - Kim Kap-soon MBC
Mi-ryeon Kim So-hyo MBC
Mother MBC
Nari House MBC
1983 Portrait of You MBC
500 Years of Joseon:
The King of Chudong Palace
Queen Jeongan MBC
1984 Nongmu (Farm Dance) MBC
500 Years of Joseon:
The Ume Tree in the Midst of the Snow
Jeong Gwi-in MBC
MBC Bestseller Theater
"귀 좀 빌립시다"
Yoon-ae MBC
1986 Oppa, My Oppa MBC
Ggurugi MBC
Morning Dew on Every Blade of Grass MBC
1988 500 Years of Joseon:
Queen Inhyeon
Queen Myeongseong MBC
MBC Bestseller Theater
"Widow"
MBC
Forget Tomorrow Ji-sook MBC
1990 각시방에 사랑 열렸네 Lee Sang-hoon's mother MBC
500 Years of Joseon:
Daewongun
Na-hab Yang MBC
The Dancing Gayageum MBC
1991 Another's Happiness Soon-mi MBC
Yushimcho SBS
1992 Rainbow in Mapo MBC
1993 To Live Soo-jung SBS
The Third Republic Park Jae-hee MBC
Love and Farewell KBS2
Our Paradise Dong-gun's mother MBC
1994 Parting Na Jeong-im SBS
The Moon of Seoul Sang-guk's mother MBC
1995 Sukhee Oh In-shil MBC
West Palace KBS2
Same Period Yong-ja's mother MBC
Confession Chae-young SBS
LA Arirang SBS
1996 Full Heart SBS
Under Seoul's Sky MBC
White Dandelion KBS1
1997 Brothers KBS1
Because I Really Yang Dong-hee KBS1
Because I Love You Hyeon-yi's mother SBS
1998 Purity KBS2
For Love Young-joon's mother MBC
My Love by My Side Kim Young-joo KBS1
The Age of the 3 Kim's Kim Ok-sook SBS
1999 Encounter KBS2
Did We Really Love? Jae-ho's mother MBC
You Dong-seo KBS1
Queen Jang-mi's mother SBS
You Don't Know My Mind MBC
Hur Jun Ham Ahn's woman MBC
2000 Fireworks Min-kyung's aunt SBS
Autumn in My Heart Kim Soon-im KBS2
The More I Love Maeng Soon-ja MBC
Some Like It Hot MBC
2001 Ladies of the Palace Madam Park SBS
Law of Marriage Oh Mi-ja MBC
Her House Young-soon MBC
This is Love Jang Oh-bok KBS1
2002 Winter Sonata Lee Young-hee KBS2
Romance Lee Young-sook MBC
Golden Wagon Kim Jin-bun MBC
To Be with You Kang Young-sook KBS1
Confession MBC
2003 Like a Flowing River Sang-hee's mother SBS
Country Princess Kim Kil-nyeo MBC
Summer Scent Min-woo's mother KBS2
Wedding Gift Park Jin-sook KBS2
Pearl Necklace Jung In-sook KBS2
2004 Sweet 18 Jung-sook's mother KBS2
Little Women Yoon-ja SBS
Passion Ms. Jung MBC
Oh! Pil-seung Bong Soon-young Park Ok-ja KBS2
Letters to Parents Kim Ok-hwa KBS2
2005 My Rosy Life Soon-yi's birth mother KBS2
The Bizarre Bunch Kang Min-sook KBS1
2006 End of Love Jang Yong-shil MBC
Spring Waltz Jo Yang-soon KBS2
Infamous Chil Princesses Kyung Myung-ja KBS2
Stranger than Paradise Kim Bok-ja SBS
My Love Dal-ja Oh Dal-ja SBS
2007 Surgeon Bong Dal-hee Yang Eun-ja SBS
Moon Hee Jang Han-na MBC
Likeable or Not Oh Dong-ji KBS1
First Wives' Club Ahn Yang-soon SBS
2008 Robber Lee Soon-seom SBS
White Lies Shin Jung-ok MBC
2009 Cain and Abel Na Hye-joo SBS
Good Job, Good Job Wang Young-soon MBC
2010 Life Is Beautiful Kim Min-jae SBS
2011 A Thousand Days' Promise Kang Soo-jung SBS
Saving Mrs. Go Bong-shil Go Bong-shil TV Chosun
2012 Can't Live Without You Jang In-ja MBC
Childless Comfort Lee Ji-ae jTBC
2013 I Can Hear Your Voice Eo Choon-shim SBS
Wang's Family Lee Ang-geum KBS2
The Suspicious Housekeeper Housekeeping Agency director Hong SBS
2014 Wonderful Day in October Kang Yoon-geum SBS
Hotel King Baek Mi-nyeo MBC
Marriage, Not Dating Shin Bong-hyang tvN
Pinocchio Park Rosa SBS
You Are the Only One Oh Mal-soo KBS1
2015 Make a Woman Cry Park Hwa-soon MBC
2016 Yeah, That's How It Is Han Hye-kyung SBS
2017 Saimdang, Light's Diary SBS
Whisper Kim Sook-hee

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
1976 Angry Apple
1981 A Battle Journal
The One Love
The Door to the Flesh
1982 Mistress
Die to Live
Woman of Fire '82
1983 I Like Women Better
1984 Road to Peace
The Beloved, Part 3
No More Sexual Life, Part 2
1985 Love in the Dark
The Headless Murderess
1986 Rain Falling on Youngdong Bridge
1987 Eve's Second Bedroom
1992 Winter Galaxy
2000 The Legend of Gingko
2001 My Sassy Girl
2002 Marrying the Mafia Dae-seo's mother
2003 Oh! Happy Day Yang Mi-sook
Scent of Love In-ha's mother
2004 Dead Friend Ji-won's mother
My Brother Mother
2005 Wet Dreams 2 Sung-eun's mother
My Girl and I Su-ho's mother
2006 Sunflower Yang Deok-ja
2008 Open City Kang Man-ok
Viva! Love Bong-soon
Eye for an Eye Do-soo's mother
2009 Thirst Lady Ra
2010 A Long Visit Mother
2011 Mama Ok-joo
2012 Wonderful Radio Mrs. Lee
The Thieves Chewing Gum
Tone-deaf Clinic Dong-joo's mother
2013 Tough as Iron Soon-i
Hope Song Jung-sook
2014 Kundo: Age of the Rampant Dolmuchi's mother
2015 Helios Park Young-sook
Assassination Cafe Anemone owner (cameo)
The Throne Queen Inwon
2016 The Handmaiden Sasaki
2017 With God God of Indolence Hell
New Trial Soon-im
RV: Resurrected Victims Choi Myung-sook

Book[edit]

Year Title Notes
2005 Mother of Hallyu Stars: Kim Hae-sook's Story Memoir

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2000 KBS Drama Awards Best Supporting Actress Autumn in My Heart Won
2004 25th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress My Brother Nominated
3rd Korean Film Awards Best Actress Nominated
KBS Drama Awards Best Supporting Actress Oh Feel Young Won
2005 KBS Drama Awards[2] Top Excellence Award, Actress My Rosy Life Won
2006 KBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Infamous Chil Princesses, Spring Waltz Nominated
2007 16th Japan Movie Critics Awards[3] International Cooperation Award N/A Won
SBS Drama Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Serial Drama First Wives' Club Nominated
2008 17th Buil Film Awards Best Actress Viva! Love Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Open City Won
45th Grand Bell Awards[4] Best Actress Viva! Love Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Open City Won
29th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated
7th Korean Film Awards Best Actress Viva! Love Nominated
2nd Korea Drama Awards Special Jury Prize First Wives' Club Won
SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated
2009 6th Max Movie Awards Best Supporting Actress Open City Won
45th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress Viva! Love Nominated
17th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Supporting Actress Thirst Won
5th University Film Festival of Korea Best Supporting Actress Won
46th Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated
30th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Won
SBS Drama Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Special Cain and Abel Nominated
2010 3rd Korea Drama Awards Best Supporting Actress Life Is Beautiful Won
1st Popular Culture and Art Awards Prime Minister's Commendation N/A Won
2011 SBS Drama Awards Special Award, Actress in a Special Planning Drama A Thousand Days' Promise Nominated
2012 21st Buil Film Awards Best Supporting Actress The Thieves Nominated
49th Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actress Won
33rd Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated
MBC Drama Awards Golden Acting Award, Actress Can't Live Without You Nominated
2013 4th KOFRA Film Awards Best Supporting Actress The Thieves Won
SBS Drama Awards Special Award, Actress in a Miniseries I Can Hear Your Voice Nominated
KBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Wang's Family Nominated
2015 52nd Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actress The Throne Won
2016 SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama Yes, That's How It Is Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hong, Grace Danbi (30 April 2013). "Won Bin Leaves a Sweet Letter for Actress Kim Hye Sook". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 2013-04-30. 
  2. ^ Bae, Keun-min (1 January 2006). "TV Networks Hand Out Awards". The Korea Times via Hancinema. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  3. ^ "Kim Hae-sook Wins at Japan's Movie Critics Awards". KBS Global. 28 March 2007. Retrieved 2014-06-19. 
  4. ^ Lee, Hyo-won (29 June 2008). "Daejong Film Fest Showcases Trends". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 

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