|Died||April 9, 2017 (aged 65)|
Seoul, South Korea
|Education||Busan Girls' Commercial High School|
|Agent||Star Village Entertainment|
|Revised Romanization||Gim Yeong-ae|
Kim Young-ae (Korean: 김영애; 21 April 1951 – 9 April 2017) was a South Korean actress.
Kim Young-ae began her acting career when she joined MBC's 3rd Open Recruitment in 1971. She made her acting debut in the TV police procedural Chief Inspector and subsequently built a prolific career in film and television.
After she made her film debut in 1973's Long Live the Island Frogs, Kim became most active on the big screen in the 1970s and early 1980s, appearing in films such as Wang Sib Ri, My Hometown (also known as Wangsimni or A Bygone Romance, 1976), Suddenly at Midnight (1981), and Diary of King Yeonsan (1987).
As she grew older, Kim transitioned to more television work. Among her notable television dramas are Queen Min (1973), Ilchul (or Sunrise, 1989), Magpie-in-law (1991), The Brothers' River (1996), Waves (1999), Go, Mom, Go! (2003), Hwang Jini (2006), Royal Family (2011), and Moon Embracing the Sun (2012).
In 2009, she drew praise for her portrayal of a terminally ill yet headstrong mother who has a love-hate relationship with her daughter in the dramedy film Aeja (internationally known as Goodbye Mom). Another notable role was as a Busan restaurant owner whose son is arrested and tortured during the 1980s in The Attorney (2013). Kim later won Best Supporting Actress at the Grand Bell Awards and the Blue Dragon Film Awards for her performances.
Love affair with late Korean actor Shin, Seong-il. "http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/art/2018/11/688_258890.html "Late actor's professionalism shines" 18 Nov 2018 "In a biography released in 2011, Shin admitted for the first time his love affair and deceased ex-lover, newscaster and actress Kim Young-ae, and her pregnancy." In 2006, Kim temporarily put her acting career on hold when she became the vice chairman of cosmetics firm Chamtowon, which mainly produces soap and mud packs. Her company filed a ₩20 billion lawsuit against state-owned network KBS in 2008, after the program Consumer Report falsely reported that Chamtowon's mud-based products contained heavy metals above safe levels. During the eight months after the broadcast, the company went virtually bankrupt, and had to suspend operations at its factory in Jeongeup in North Jeolla Province and lay off 100 workers. After the Korea Food and Drug Administration confirmed that the magnetic substance found in the mud products was oxidized steel originally present in the mud, not foreign materials put in the products during the manufacturing process, the court ruled in favor of Chamtowon, and ordered KBS to release a correction regarding the wrong report. But Chamtowon wasn't able to recover from its financial losses, and the strain contributed to Kim's divorce from her husband.
|1973||Long Live the Island Frogs|
|A Female Sailor|
|1976||Wang Sib Ri, My Hometown|
|An Unfortunate Woman|
|An Extinguished Window|
|1977||The First Snow|
|A Light Goes Off in Your Window|
|Red Gate to Tragedy|
|Portrait of a Rock|
|Who Knows This Pain?|
|1980||The Hidden Hero|
|A Fine, Windy Day||Woman at the outdoor food stand|
|1981||Freezing Point '81|
|Love Me Once Again 2|
|Suddenly at Midnight||Seon-hee|
|1982||The Carriage Running into Winter|
|The Whereabouts of Eve|
|Champions of Tomorrow|
|Madam Oh's Day Out|
|The Rose and the Gambler|
|1984||Like a Petal or a Leaf|
|Woman Who Grabbed the Rod|
|To My Children With Love|
|1985||Tragedy of W|
|Dreams of the Strong|
|1986||Rain Falling on Yeongdong Bridge|
|Street of Desire|
|Riding the Moonlight|
|Wanderer in Winter|
|1987||A Long Journey, A Long Tunnel|
|Eve's Second Bedroom|
|The Hero Returns|
|A Woman on the Verge|
|Diary of King Yeonsan|
|1988||Miri, Mari, Uri, Duri|
|1990||You Know What, It's a Secret|
|1991||Do You Like Afternoons After the Rain?|
|Blood and Fire|
|1995||Piano in Winter|
|2002||Bet On My Disco|
|Please Teach Me English||Young-ju's mother|
|2009||Goodbye Mom||Choi Young-hee|
|2012||Confession of Murder||Han Ji-soo|
|2014||The Attorney||Choi Soon-ae|
|We Are Brothers||Seung-ja|
|2015||Chronicle of a Blood Merchant||Gye-hwa's mom|
|2016||Proof of Innocence|
|Operation Chromite||Na Jeong-nim||Special appearance|
|1973||Queen Min||Queen Min|
|1974||Gangnam Family||Second daughter Young-hee|
|1978||I Sell Happiness||N/A|
|Trap of Youth||Noh Young-joo|
|1979||Mom, I Like Dad||N/A|
|Oddogi Squad||Kim Hyo-shik|
|Become a Mountain and Become a River||N/A|
|1980||Portrait of Youth||Min Bi|
|Lee Shim's Tragic Love||Lee Shim|
|Sunflower in Winter||N/A|
|500 Years of Joseon - Tree With Deep Roots||N/A||MBC|
|1987||Portrait of Life||N/A||MBC|
|The Beginning of Love||Yoo Soon-joo||KBS|
|Terms of Endearment||N/A|
|1988||The 7th Ward||N/A||MBC|
|Wang Rung's Family||N/A|
|Freezing Point||Seo Hye-yeon|
|Geom Saeng-yi's daughter||Shaman|
|Our beloved Sinner||N/A|
|Asphalt My Hometown||Host||KBS2|
|Yesterday's Green Grass||Jung-mi||KBS|
|1992||People of Love Town||N/A|
|For the Sake of Love||Soo-wan's mother-in-law (special appearance)||KBS2|
|Autumn Woman||Jeong Yeon-hee||SBS|
|Happiness Without You||Hye-seon||MBC|
|When I Miss You||Hyun-joo||KBS|
|1994||Scent of Love||Myung-hee||SBS|
|Winter in Dohwari||N/A||KBS|
|Jang Hui-bin||대왕 대비 조씨|
|Wealthy Yu-chun||Kim Jung-ja - Hwa-won's mother-in-law||SBS|
|Reporting for Duty||Colonel Principal of Women's Army Corps school||KBS2|
|Until We Can Love||Soo-ryun|
|The Brothers' River||Lee Soon-rye||SBS|
|Power of Love||Seol Ok-soon||MBC|
|Woman||Ki Nam's mother|
|Over the Horizon||Seo Boo-yong|
|Wedding Dress||Shin Jung-ja||KBS2|
|2006||Hwang Jini (TV series)||Im Baek-Mu|
|2012||My Lover, Madame Butterfly||Lee Jung Ae||SBS|
|Moon Embracing the Sun||Great Mrs. Yoon||MBC|
|2013||Medical Top Team||Deputy Director|
|After School: Lucky or Not||(cameo)||Nate Hoppin/BTV/T-store|
|2014||Liar Game||Cha Woo-jin's Mother||tvN|
|Birth of a Beauty||Ko Soon-dong||SBS|
|2015||Kill Me, Heal Me||Seo Tae-lim||MBC|
|2016||Mirror of the Witch||Queen Yoon||JTBC|
|The Doctors||Kang Mal-soon||SBS|
|The Gentlemen of Wolgyesu Tailor Shop||Choi Gook-ji||KBS2|
- Garden of Heaven (Channel A, 2011–2012)
- Royal Family (MBC, 2011)
- Athena: Goddess of War (KBS2, 2010–2011)
- My Husband's Woman (SBS, 2007)
- Hwang Jini (KBS2, 2006)
- Old Miss Diary (KBS2, 2004) (cameo)
- Go, Mom, Go! (KBS2, 2003-2004)
- Love Letter (MBC, 2003)
- Royal Story: Jang Hui-bin (KBS2, 2002–2003)
- The Maengs' Golden Era (MBC, 2002–2003)
- Golden Pond (SBS, 2002)
- Rival (SBS, 2002)
- We Are Dating Now (SBS, 2002)
- Why Women (KBS2, 2001)
- Legend (SBS, 2001)
- Tender Hearts (KBS1, 2001)
- She's More Beautiful Than a Flower (MBC, 2000)
- Cheers for the Women (SBS, 2000-2001)
- Dandelion (KBS, 2000)
- Can Anyone Love (MBC, 2000)
- Look Back in Anger (KBS2, 2000)
- Did You Ever Love? (KBS2, 1999-2000)
- Waves (SBS, 1999)
- Did We Really Love? (MBC, 1999)
- Seven Brides (SBS, 1998)
- Hug (SBS, 1998)
- I Love You, I'm Sorry (KBS, 1998)
- White Nights 3.98 (SBS, 1998)
- Panther of Kilimanjaro (KBS2, 1998)
- Legend of Ambition (KBS2, 1998)
- 아빠를 찾아주세요 (KBS, 1998)
- This Is Hwang In-yong and Kim Young-ae (KBS, 1992)
- 2017 KBS Drama Awards: Special Achievement Award
- 2017 54th Grand Bell Awards: Special Award
- 2017 53rd Baeksang Arts Awards: Lifetime Achievement Award
- 2015 8th Korea Drama Awards: Lifetime Achievement Award
- 2014 35th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Best Supporting Actress (The Attorney)
- 2014 51st Grand Bell Awards: Best Supporting Actress (The Attorney)
- 2014 23rd Buil Film Awards: Best Supporting Actress (The Attorney)
- 2014 9th Max Movie Awards: Best Supporting Actress (The Attorney)
- 2011 MBC Drama Awards: Special Award (Royal Family)
- 2010 7th Max Movie Awards: Best Supporting Actress (Goodbye Mom)
- 2009 46th Grand Bell Awards: Best Supporting Actress (Goodbye Mom)
- 2000 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Actress (Waves)
- 2000 SBS Drama Awards: Big Star Award (Cheers for the Women)
- 2000 27th Korea Broadcasting Awards: Best TV Actress (Waves)
- 2000 36th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best TV Actress (Waves)
- 1997 KBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Actress (Colors, Reporting for Duty, Until We Can Love)
- 1997 33rd Baeksang Arts Awards: Best TV Actress (The Brothers' River)
- 1990 KBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Actress (Ilchul)
- 1982 18th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best TV Actress (Nocturne)
- 1974 MBC Talent Awards: Excellence Award, Actress
- 1974 10th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best New TV Actress (Queen Min)
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