Kim Seul-Gi (born October 10, 1991) is a South Korean actress who starred in many critically acclaimed dramas including (2015), Oh My Ghostess (2015) and Splash Splash Love (2017). She is also a former cast member of The Guardians tvN's entertainment show . SNL Korea
Busan native, Kim Seul-Gi enjoyed making people laugh from an early age. According to an interview, during her third year of high school, she started to prepare for a career of professional acting, to overcome a broken heart. She eventually attended the Seoul Institute of the Arts, a leading university for arts and entertainment in South Korea. In 2011, she participated in a 30th anniversary memorial play on a college society called Venture to Meet ( 만남의 시도), with Jang Jin, a well-known film director. Months later on the mid-2011, when Jang Jin was looking for cast members for the live comic variety show called , he recruited Kim Seul-Gi as a cast member. While gaining support on this experimental live programme consistently, her popularity significantly increased, especially in the latter half of 2012. SNL Korea 
She is a member of both as so-called "Jang Jin's Division" (
장진사단), a group of entertainers who have been influenced by Jang Jin, and part of his Entertainment company called Film-it-suda ( 필름있수다). 
Filmography [ edit ]
Television series [ edit ]
Musicals [ edit ]
Tomorrow Morning Kat
December: Unfinished Song Yeo-il
Goong: The Musical Chae-kyung
Theater [ edit ]
Romeo landing on Earth Mimi
Return to Hamlet Yi-yeon
Clumsy People Yoo Hwa-yi
Media appearances [ edit ]
Variety shows [ edit ]
Notable characters on SNL Korea [ edit ]
Kim Seul-gi (herself), a challenger of
Korea's Next Top Cutie, a parody of Korea's Next Top Model
Yoo Seung-woo, famed top 6 contestant on the 4th season of Superstar K Tto (
또), a parody of Po on the BBC's programme Teletubbies; also one of a character on Yeouido Teletubbies for Season 2 and 3, weekly summaries of the 2012 presidential election campaign and Global Teletubbies for Season 4  Candidate Ms. Lee (
이후보), on Babysitter Interview, a parody of 2012 presidential election TV debates Wife-role of
Park Jae-beom, a parody of Eminem's music video, " Love the Way You Lie", as a ' SNL Digital Short' (Korean edition) Moderator of
Golf Academy ( 골프 아카데미), alongside imitated PGA Master Shin Dong-yeob and his guest Hong Seok-cheon Song Ae-gyo (
송애교; means Ms. Song the Charm), a parody of Song Hye-kyo's , on That Winter, the Wind Blows Dr. Jekyll's Clinic
Surgeon Bong Da-ri ( 외과의사 봉다리), a parody of with its main cast Surgeon Bong Dal-hee Lee Beom-soo Manager Kim Mi-yeong (
김미영 팀장), on Voice Phishing Korea, a parody of Mnet's The Voice of Korea Woman No. 1, as Congressperson's assaulter-role (
여자 1호; 국회의원 폭행범) on Jjaak: Prisoners' Edition ( 쨕-재소자 특집), a parody of Korean matching-show Jjak on SBS Yoga-instructor on
Midnight Yoga, alongside actor Oh Ji-ho as her trainee Various SNL Korea's satirical advertisements for anticipated small businesses (
SNL 선정 우수 중소기업)
tvN Paik Ji-yeon's People Inside ( 백지연의 피플인사이드), interview of SNL Korea's crew, alongside Kim Min-kyo, Jeong Seong-ho, and Jeong Myeong-ok (Episode 353 on May 1) 2013: tvN
Active Talk Show: Taxi ( 현장토크쇼 택시), alongside Park Jae-beom (April 8) 2013:
Mnet Music Triangle ( 뮤직 트라이앵글), as singer and interviewee of a song "I Woke Up Because of You" ( 너땜에 잠이깨) (March 6) 2013:
SBS ( TV Entertainment Tonight 한밤의 TV연예), as "4 New-trendsetters of 2013" (February 27) 2013: Mnet
Wide Entertainment News ( 와이드 연예뉴스), as "Hidden card(highly anticipated entertainer) of the year 2013" (January 9) 2012:
EBS Mother-story: ( 어머니 전) Director , appeared during a preparation of Jang Jin and his mother Clumsy people with Kim Min-kyo (Episode 30 on September 28)
Discography [ edit ]
Singles [ edit ]
Music video appearances [ edit ]
Awards and nominations [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ SNL Korea - Yeouido Teletubbies's actress Kim Seul-Gi(Korean), Kyunghyang Shinmun, December 19, 2012, Retrieved on January 7, 2013
^ [ http://www.dcnews.in/etc_list.php?code=succeed&id=25966 DC Interview with Kim Seul-Gi (Korean), DC News, January 3, 2013, Retrieved on January 7, 2013.
^ SNLK Kim Seul-gie, was appeared as a cameo on Infinite Challenge(Korean), Newsen, December 21, 2002, Retrieved on January 18, 2013.
^ a cameo appearance in a group of SIA attending student, during making of Bibimbap advertisement which eventually broadcast in Times Square, NYC at that time.
^ SHINHWA Lee Minwoo, JunJin, Kim Seul-ki to Host Mnet's "20's Choice" Tonight, tenasia, July 18, 2013, Retrieved on July 18, 2013.
^ Kim Seul-gie appeared Infinite Challenge surprisingly; wise Seon-jie's advice(Korean), Financial News, February 2, 2013, Retrieved on February 2, 2013.
^ Laugh and Enjoy a Satire of the Presidential Election, "Yeouido Teletubbies", Kyunghyang Shinmun, November 7, 2012, Retrieved on January 18, 2013.
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