Kim Na-woon

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Kim Na-woon
Kim Na-Woon.jpg
Born (1970-05-11) May 11, 1970 (age 49)
EducationSeoul Institute of the Arts - Theater
Gwangju University - Journalism and Mass Communication
Years active1987-present
AgentAllBox Holdings
Korean name
Revised RomanizationGim Na-un
McCune–ReischauerKim Na-un

Kim Na-woon (born May 11, 1970) is a South Korean actress. She made her acting debut in 1987, and is most active as a supporting actress in television dramas.[1]


Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1987 Weird School MBC
Blue Room MBC
1989 A Tree Blooming with Love KBS2
1990 Our Paradise MBC
Three Families Under One Roof MBC
1991 Another Happiness MBC
Magpie Daughter-in-law Employee at Mrs. Jin-jin's pizza shop MBC
Eyes of Dawn Mae-ran MBC
1992 Rainbow in Mapo Hyang-sook MBC
1993 My Mother's Sea Joo-young MBC
1994 Hidden Picture KBS2
The Road to You KBS1
1995 You Said You Love Me KBS2
Auntie Ok SBS
1996 Reasons Not to Get Divorced MBC
1997 Cinderella Seo Joon-seok's sister MBC
Conditions of Love MBC
1999 Trap of Youth SBS
Rising Sun, Rising Moon Older sister KBS1
Do You Know My Son Cha-soon SBS
2000 Fireworks So Yoo-ja SBS
More Than Love Kim Dong-hee's older sister-in-law MBC
Doctor Doctor Nurse Wang iTV
Autumn in My Heart Housekeeping supervisor Kim KBS2
2001 Ladies of the Palace So Wol-hyang SBS
Stock Flower Supervisor Ha Bin-soo KBS2
Flower Story Cha Ok-shim KBS1
Like Father, Unlike Son Hwang Ji-yon KBS2
Man of Autumn Jung Sae-jin MBC
2002 We Are Dating Now Choi Kyo-sun SBS
Magic Kid Masuri Ahn Ji-ni KBS2
2003 Snowman Sun-young MBC
Yellow Handkerchief Seo Joo-yeon KBS1
Wedding Gift Soo-kyung KBS2
Garden of Eve Song Myung-joo SBS
Perfect Love Choi Jung-won SBS
2004 Sweet Buns Ahn Nam-hee MBC
2005 My Sweetheart, My Darling KBS1
I Love You, My Enemy Moon Soo-jin SBS
Lovers in Prague Shin Kwang-ja SBS
Let's Get Married Car sales manager MBC
2006 Love and Hate Myung-ja SBS
2007 Dal-ja's Spring Go Soon-ae KBS2
2008 Mom's Dead Upset Jang Mi-yeon KBS2
2010 Drama Special "Reason" Kim Ji-soo's sister-in-law KBS2
The Scarlet Letter Cha Young-rim MBC
Drama Special "Cutting Off the Heart" Lee Jae-woo's sister KBS2
2011 Miss Ripley[2] Kang Shi-young MBC
Can't Lose Divorce lawyer (guest, episode 5)[3] MBC
Dear My Sister Choi Jeom-rye KBS1
2012 Hometown Over the Hill 2 Seo Hye-joo KBS1
Ugly Cake Kim Ye-bin's mother MBC
School 2013 Kim Min-ki's mother KBS2
2013 Samsaengi Oh Pil-soon KBS2
The Queen of Office Yeo Jang-mi KBS2
Give Love Away[4] Lee Yeon-hee MBC
2014 Pride and Prejudice[5] Kim Myung-sook MBC
2015 Kill Me, Heal Me Yoon Ja-kyung MBC
The Return of Hwang Geum-bok Oh Mal-ja SBS
Yong-pal Kim Tae-hyun's mother SBS
2016 W Kang Cheol's mother (cameo) MBC
2018 Mr. Sunshine Madame Jo tvN


Year Title Role
1987 School Days
1990 Young-shim Wol-sook
2002 Forgive Me Once Again Despite Hatred 2002 Mi-joo
2005 Cello Sun-ae
2007 Underground Rendezvous Young-hee's mother

Variety/radio show[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
1991 Live Tonight MBC Reporter
1994 New Generation Power Set SBS Host
1996 A Fresh Morning to the World MBC Host
1998 This Is Lee Taek-rim and Kim Na-woon's
Pleasant Afternoon at 2 o'clock
2003-2005 Sponge KBS2 Panelist
2005 I Want to Meet You Just One Time MBC
2007 Love in Asia KBS2
2010 MBC Special: I Married a Korean Man MBC Documentary narrator
2012 Myth Verification Show: The Inside Story TV Chosun Panelist
2013 Year-End Special: Magic Show Show Show jTBC

Music video[edit]

Year Song Title Artist
2010 "Love Is Better Than Money" Tae Jin-ah

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1998 MBC Drama Awards Female Excellence Award in Radio Pleasant Afternoon at 2 o'clock Won
2008 KBS Drama Awards Best Supporting Actress Mom's Dead Upset Nominated


  1. ^ Kim, Ga-young (2014). 탤런트 김나운 '심심한 김치처럼' [TV actress Kim Na-woon "boring like kimchi"]. Woman Chosun (in Korean). Archived from the original on 2015-06-30. Retrieved 2015-06-28.
  2. ^ "Micky Yoochun is studying, Miss Ripley script reading". Hancinema. 23 March 2011. Retrieved 2015-06-28.
  3. ^ "Kim Na Woon Cameo in Can't Lose (Can't Live with Losing)". Drama Haven. 2011-09-07. Retrieved 2015-06-28.
  4. ^ "Why Else Do You Love Kim Na Woon Asks About Relationship To Cha Hwa Yeon". KDramaStars. 28 October 2013. Retrieved 2015-06-28.
  5. ^ "Pride and Prejudice Baek Jin-hee's tragic family tale". Hancinema. 3 November 2014. Retrieved 2015-06-28.

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