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February 13, 1985
|Education||Chung-Ang University - Theater and Film|
|Revised Romanization||Gwak Ji-min|
|Revised Romanization||Gwak Seon-hui|
Kwak Ji-min (born Kwak Sun-hee on February 13, 1985) is a South Korean actress. She is best known overseas for her leading role in the Kim Ki-duk film Samaritan Girl, for which she won Best New Actress at the 2004 Busan Film Critics Awards.
- And the Sun (short film, 2013)
- My PS Partner (2012) - Ara
- The Wedding Scandal (2012) - Jung-eun/So-eun
- The Beat Goes On (2012) - Jo Ara
- Link (2011) - Park Soo-jung
- Flipping (short film, 2010) - Mi-yong
- Girl by Girl (2007) - Oh Se-ri
- Red Eye (2005) - So-hee
- Samaritan Girl (2004) - Yeo-jin
- Wishing Stairs (2003) - dance class junior
- Shining Romance (MBC, 2013) - Oh Yoon-na
- Good Doctor (KBS2, 2013) - Lee Soo-jin (guest, ep 10-12)
- Fantasy Tower (tvN, 2013) - Yoo-mi
- Hur Jun, the Original Story (MBC, 2013) - Gu Un-nyeon
- Phantom (SBS, 2012) - Kwon Eun-seol (guest, ep 7)
- I Am Sam (KBS2, 2007) - Da-bin
- Merry Mary (MBC, 2007) - Choi Bi-dan
- Dasepo Girl: The Series (Super Action, 2006) - Double Eyes
- Lovers in Prague (SBS, 2005) - Jung Yeon-soo
- Love Is All Around (MBS, 2004) - Jin Pa-rang
- Sharp (KBS2, 2004) - Kang Dong-hee
- Honest Living (SBS, 2003) - Da-hyun
- The Bean Chaff of My Life (MBC, 2003)
- Drama City "My Beautiful First Love" (KBS2, 2003) - young Mi-young
- Lee Jin-sung - "Sorry" (2009)
- Kagerou - "Shiroi Karasu" (2004)
- The Special Winter (2013)
- Dating in the Afternoon with Kwak Ji-min (KFM, 2006)
- 2012 20th Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards: Excellence Award, Actress in Film (Wedding Scandal)
- 2004 5th Busan Film Critics Awards: Best New Actress (Samaritan Girl)
- "Poster for New Kim Gi-duk Film to Provoke Controversy". The Chosun Ilbo. 16 January 2004. Retrieved 2013-09-09.
- "Korean Actress Hopes for Happier Roles". Associated Press via Hancinema. 11 February 2004. Retrieved 2013-09-09.
- "Wedding Scandal (웨딩스캔들)". Innolife. 18 September 2012. Retrieved 2013-09-09.
- "Box Office: Link". The Korea Herald. 15 July 2011. Retrieved 2013-09-09.
- Lee, Samuel Kiehoon. "Flipping (English version)". Vimeo. Retrieved 2013-09-09.
- Official website
- Kwak Ji-min on Cyworld
- Kwak Ji-min Fan Cafe at Naver
- Kwak Ji-min at the Korean Movie Database
- Kwak Ji-min at the Internet Movie Database
- Kwak Ji-min at HanCinema
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