Kim So-yeon

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Kim So-yeon
Kim So-yeon in black outfit at an event
Kim So-yeon in 2021
Born (1980-11-02) November 2, 1980 (age 41)
Seoul, South Korea
EducationDongguk University (Theater and Film)
OccupationActress
Years active1994–present
AgentJ Wide Company
Spouse(s)
(m. 2017)
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationGim So-yeon
McCune–ReischauerKim Soyŏn

Kim So-yeon (born November 2, 1980) is a South Korean actress. She is best known for starring in a number of well-known television dramas, notably All About Eve (2000), Iris (2009), Prosecutor Princess (2010), Happy Home (2016), and The Penthouse: War in Life (2020–2021).

Career[edit]

When she was 14, Kim So-yeon entered the Miss Binggrae beauty pageant without her parents' approval. She had no makeup, so she used a marker pen as her eyeliner and ended up winning the top prize thus launching her entertainment career.[1] She debuted with a role in the SBS Drama Dinosaur Teacher, and continued to star in popular TV shows such as Reporting for Duty (1996) and Soonpoong Clinic (1998). She also hosted the music program Inkigayo and appeared in numerous commercials, becoming the first Korean teen star to earn more than ₩100 million from commercial modeling.[1] Because of her preternaturally mature looks and poise, she was often cast in older roles notably as a manipulative, villainous, anchorwoman in All About Eve, which drew a peak viewership rating of 45.2% when it aired in 2000.[2]

However, being typecast as prim, cold-hearted characters had a negative effect on Kim's career, and her fame went downhill in the mid-2000s. Her attempt to crossover to China via Hong Kong director Tsui Hark's wuxia film Seven Swords (in which she played a Joseon noblewoman-turned-slave) and the Chinese dramas Just Like a Beautiful Flying Butterfly[3] and Anhui Merchants[4] also proved unsuccessful.[5][6] Kim took a break for three years, questioning whether she wanted to continue being an actress.[7] She returned to television in 2008 with Gourmet (adapted from Huh Young-man's titular manhwa).[8]

A year later, Kim's career saw a resurgence with the 2009 high-budget series Iris.[9][8] She cut her trademark long hair and worked hard on her action scenes in order to look convincing in her role as a North Korean spy, drawing praise for her portrayal of a tough woman conflicted about her loyalty to her country and her love for a South Korean agent.[10][11] Kim later reprised the role in the re-edited cut Iris the Movie, the series' spin-off Athena: Goddess of War (2010) and sequel Iris II (2013).[12][failed verification]

Kim was cast in the leading role in romantic comedy Prosecutor Princess in 2010 and showcased her versatility by playing a Legally Blonde-inspired newbie district attorney who's initially more interested in shopping and dating, yet surprises her colleagues with her intelligence and learns to strive for justice.[13][14][15] Kim said that the cheerful, unpredictable character was similar to her own real-life personality.[16][17][18] Later in the year, she played a rigid doctor in sports drama Dr. Champ.[19]

In 2012, Kim appeared on the big screen as a royal barista embroiled in a plot to assassinate Emperor Gojong in Gabi, adapted from the historical fiction novel by Kim Takhwan.[20][21] She spent months studying the Russian language and coffee brewing even before shooting began.[22] Gabi was Kim's first Korean feature film in 15 years, since Change in 1997.[1][23][24] This was followed by another period drama The Great Seer, where she played a healer in Goryeo.[25]

Kim reunited with Prosecutor Princess screenwriter So Hyun-kyung in Two Weeks (2013), in the role of a prosecutor who teams up with a fugitive to bring down a corrupt politician and her gangster henchman.[7][26] In 2014, she played a fashion merchandiser who falls for her much younger childhood friend in I Need Romance 3.[27][28][29] Kim then appeared in the "Female Soldier Special" of military boot camp reality show Real Men.[30]

In 2015, she starred in her second cable series Beating Again, about a businessman who falls for his secretary after he gets a heart transplant.[31] Kim also joined the fourth season of We Got Married, pairing up with Kwak Si-yang.[32]

In 2016, Kim starred MBC's weekend drama Happy Home, playing a mother who has lost her son in an accident.[33]

In March 2018, Kim left her previous agency Namoo Actors and signed an exclusive contract with J Wide Company on April 3, 2018.[34] She was then cast in SBS weekend drama Secret Mother.[35][36]

In March 2019, Kim returned to small screen with the KBS weekend drama Mother of Mine.[37][38]

In 2020, she starred in the SBS TV series The Penthouse: War in Life,[39] playing the role of a wicked but famous soprano and musical school director.[40] Kim compared the role to her famous villain role in All About Eve 20 years earlier, commenting "The goal for this drama is that when people think of a female villain, they think of Cheon Seo-jin, just like how Heo Young-mi was remembered."[41] The series drew a peak viewership rating of 28.8% nationwide,[42] and was renewed for 2 more seasons,[43] where Kim reprised her role. Additionally, Kim won the Baeksang Arts Award for Best Actress – Television at the 57th Baeksang Arts Awards.

Personal life[edit]

On September 6, 2016, it was confirmed that Kim and actor Lee Sang-woo were in a relationship. The pair met on the set of MBC's weekend drama Happy Home. On March 28, 2017, it was announced that Kim and Lee were getting married in June 2017.[44]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1997 Change Ko Eun-bi
2005 Seven Swords Luzhu/Green Pearl [5]
2007 The Pictures Photographer Short film
2010 Iris the Movie Kim Seon-hwa [45]
2012 Gabi Tanya [20]
2015 Love Forecast Kang Joon-soo's ex-girlfriend 1 Cameo

Television series[edit]

Year Title Network Role Notes Ref.
1994 Dinosaur Teacher SBS
Daughters of a Rich Family KBS2 Hye-ri (Kwon Il-ryung's daughter)
1995 Drama Game – Min-woo vs. Min-woo
Drama Game – Their Summer
1996 You Can't Stop Mom SBS Eldest daughter
Drama Game – Come Back Home KBS2 Park Mi-kyung
City Men and Women SBS Yoo Won-hee
1.5 MBC
Reporting for Duty KBS2 Woo Ji-soo
Open Your Heart MBC Jung Yoo-kyung
Seven Spoons Hye-joo
1997 Because of Love KBS2
Drama Special – Christmas in May
Yesterday MBC Lee Seung-hye
Friday Night Theater "On Her First Night" KBS2
1998 Soonpoong Clinic SBS Oh So-yeon
I Love You, I Love You Lee Soon-young
Winners Kim Seo-joo
1999 Sunday Best "Pickpocket by Name" KBS2 Kim Ji-hyun
We Saw a Little Lost Bird Seo Ga-hee
Ad Madness Lee Ye-rin
2000 All About Eve MBC Heo Young-mi [2]
Mom and Sister Noh Seung-ri / Jang Yoo-kyung
2002 Sunlight Upon Me Kim Yeon-woo
Trio Choi Seo-young
2004 2004 Human Market SBS Hong Si-yeon
Just Like a Beautiful Flying Butterfly CCTV Jin Zhi Xiu
2005 Autumn Shower MBC Lee Kyu-eun [46][47]
2007 Anhui Merchants DTV Hu Yu Ling
2008 Gourmet SBS Yoon Joo-hee [8]
2009 Iris KBS2 Kim Seon-hwa [9]
2010 Prosecutor Princess SBS Ma Hye-ri [13][14][15]
Dr. Champ Kim Yeon-woo [19]
Athena: Goddess of War Kim Seon-hwa Cameo (Episode 17 & 19)
2012 The Great Seer Hae-in [25]
2013 Iris II KBS2 Kim Seon-hwa Cameo (Episode 20)
Two Weeks MBC Park Jae-kyung [26]
2014 I Need Romance 3 tvN Shin Joo-yeon [27]
2015 Beating Again JTBC Kim Soon-jung [31]
2016 One More Happy Ending MBC Divorced woman Cameo (Episode 1)
Happy Home Bong Hae-ryung [33]
2017 20th Century Boy and Girl Director Kim Cameo
2018 Secret Mother SBS Kim Lisa [35]
2019 Mother of Mine KBS2 Kang Mi-ri [37]
2020–2021 The Penthouse: War in Life SBS Cheon Seo-jin Season 1–3 [39]

Web series[edit]

Year Title Platform Role Notes Ref.
2015 High-End Crush Naver TV Cast Entertainment news anchor Cameo

Television show[edit]

Year Title Network Role Notes Ref.
1997 Inkigayo (Popular Music) Best 50 MBC Host
1998–2000 Inkigayo (Popular Music) SBS
2009 KBS Drama Awards KBS2
2014 Real Men: Female Soldier Special - Season 1 MBC Cast member [30]
2015 We Got Married - Season 4 [32]
2016 King of Mask Singer Contestant As "Nice to Meet You Squirrel" (Episode 77)

Music videos appearances[edit]

Year Title Artist Ref.
1996 "Why Is the Sky" Lee Ji-hoon [citation needed]
1997 "Beautiful Goodbye" Jung Jae-wook
1998 "Endless Sorrow" Sa Joon
2008 "Classic" KCM
"Diary of a Day"
"Fluttering"

Theater[edit]

Year Title Role Ref.
2009 Hamlet Ophelia [citation needed]

Ambassadorship[edit]

  • Government Lottery Ambassador (2021)[48]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.
APAN Star Awards 2013 Excellence Award, Actress Two Weeks Won
2016 Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama Happy Home Won
Asia Model Festival Awards 2011 Asia Special Award Kim Soo-yeon Won
Baeksang Arts Awards 2010 Best Actress – Television Iris Nominated
2021 The Penthouse: War in Life Won [49]
Blue Dragon Film Awards 1998 Best New Actress Change Nominated
Busan International Film Festival 2013 Female Fashionista Award Kim So-yeon Won
Grimae Awards 2021 Best Actress The Penthouse: War in Life Won [50]
Herald-Donga TV Lifestyle Awards 2013 Best Style Award Kim So-yeon Won [51]
KBS Drama Awards 1995 Best Young Actress Daughters of a Rich Family
Drama Game Minwoo vs. Minwoo
What Summer of Two Girls
Won
2009 Popularity Award, Actress Iris Won [52]
Excellence Award, Actress in a Mid-length Drama Nominated
2019 Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama Mother of Mine Won [53]
Korean Broadcasting Awards 2021 Popularity Award The Penthouse: War in Life 1,2 Nominated [54]
Korea Drama Awards 2016 Grand Prize (Daesang) Happy Home Won
Star of the Year Won
Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards 2012 Best Actress (Film) Gabi Won
MBC Drama Awards 2000 Viewer's Favorite Character (Actress) All About Eve Won
2013 Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Two Weeks Nominated
2016 Grand Prize (Daesang) Happy Home Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actress in Serial Drama Won
MBC Entertainment Awards 2015 Top Excellence Award for Variety Show We Got Married Won
Miss Binggrae Pageant 1994 Miss Binggrae June Kim So-yeon Won
SBS Drama Awards 1994 Best Young Actress Dinosaur Teacher Won
1998 Popularity Award, Actress Soonpoong Clinic
Winners
I Love You, I Love You
Won
2008 Best Supporting Actress in a Special Planning Drama Gourmet Won
2010 Top 10 Stars Prosecutor Princess, Dr. Champ Won [55]
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Special Planning Drama Dr. Champ Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Drama Special Prosecutor Princess Nominated
2012 Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Drama Special The Great Seer Nominated
2018 Excellence Award, Actress in a Daily/Weekend Drama Secret Mother Won [56]
2020 Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Mid-Length Drama The Penthouse: War in Life Won [57]
Grand Prize (Daesang) Nominated [58]
2021 The Penthouse: War in Life 2 and 3 Won [59]
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Genre/Fantasy Drama Nominated [60]
Best Couple Award Kim So-yeon with Um Ki-joon
The Penthouse: War in Life 2 and 3
Nominated [61]
Seoul International Drama Awards 2021 Outstanding Korean Actress The Penthouse: War in Life Nominated [62][63]
Best Actress Nominated [64]

Listicles[edit]

Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Forbes 2021 Korea Power Celebrity 24th [65]

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