November 30, 1941
|Education||Changduk Girls' High School, Seoul|
|Revised Romanization||Na Mun-hui|
|Revised Romanization||Na Gyeong-ja|
Na Moon-hee (Korean: 나문희; born Na Kyung-ja, Korean: 나경자; November 30, 1941) is a South Korean actress. Since 1960, Na has had a prolific acting career in television and film spanning more than five decades. She established a classic Korean mother persona with her TV dramas Even if the Wind Blows, The Most Beautiful Goodbye in the World (written by Noh Hee-kyung), My Name is Kim Sam-soon, My Rosy Life, Goodbye Solo, Amnok River Flows (based on Der Yalu fließt), and It's Me, Grandma. On the big screen, Na has received acclaim for her roles in Crying Fist, You Are My Sunshine, Cruel Winter Blues and I Can Speak. Her critically acclaimed film I Can Speak (2017) won her the Best Actress trophy in three prestigious award ceremonies: 54th Baeksang Arts Awards, 38th Blue Dragon Awards and 55th Grand Bell Awards — a feat that has yet to be repeated.
After a series of comic roles in sitcoms such as Unstoppable High Kick!, the veteran actress garnered newfound popularity and played the title character in big screen comedy Mission Possible: Kidnapping Granny K, followed by starring roles in Girl Scout, Harmony, Twilight Gangsters, and Miss Granny.
Na is married and has three daughters.
|1998||The Quiet Family||Mrs. Kang|
|2000||Just Do It!||Cameo|
|2002||My Beautiful Girl, Mari||Nam-woo's grandmother||Voice|
|Saving My Hubby|
|2003||Please Teach Me English||Moon-soo's mother|
|2004||S Diary||Ji-ni's mother|
|Lovely Rivals||Yeo Mi-ok's mother|
|2005||Crying Fist||Sang-hwan's grandma|
|You Are My Sunshine||Seok-jung's mother|
|2006||Cruel Winter Blues||Dae-Sik's mother|
|2007||Voice of a Murderer||Kyung-bae's mother||Cameo|
|May 18||Na Joo-daek|
|Mission Possible: Kidnapping Granny K||Kwon Soon-boon|
|2008||Girl Scout||Lee Yi-man|
|Twilight Gangsters||Kim Jung-ja|
|2014||Miss Granny||Oh Mal-soon|
|2017||I Can Speak||Na Ok-boon|
|2019||A Little Princess||Mal-soon|
|2020||Honest Candidate||Kim Ok-hee|||
|Pawn||Seungi, grandmother (special appearance)|||
- Taxi Driver (SBS, 2021)
- Navillera (tvN, 2021)
- Rain or Shine (JTBC, 2017)
- Dear My Friends (tvN, 2016)
- The Three Witches (SBS, 2015)
- Glorious Day (SBS, 2014)
- Wang's Family (KBS2, 2013)
- Mom is Acting Up (MBC, 2012)
- The Sons (MBC, 2012–2013)
- Five Fingers (SBS, 2012)
- Padam Padam (jTBC, 2011–2012)
- I Believe in Love (KBS2, 2011)
- It's Me, Grandma (MBC, 2010)
- Happiness in the Wind (KBS1, 2010)
- Amnok River Flows (SBS, 2008)
- Worlds Within (KBS2, 2008)
- My Precious You (KBS2, 2008–2009)
- Woman of Matchless Beauty, Park Jung-geum (2008)
- Kimcheed Radish Cubes (MBC, 2007–2008)
- Several Questions That Make Us Happy (KBS2, 2007)
- Unstoppable High Kick! (MBC, 2006–2007)
- Famous Chil Princesses (KBS2, 2006)
- Goodbye Solo (KBS2, 2006)
- My Rosy Life (KBS2, 2005)
- My Name is Kim Sam-soon (MBC, 2005)
- Precious Family (KBS2, 2004–2005)
- Love is All Around (MBC, 2004)
- Dog Bowl (SBS, 2004)
- People of the Water Flower Village (MBC, 2004)
- Apgujeong House (SBS, 2003–2004)
- While You Were Dreaming (MBC, 2003)
- The Maengs' Golden Era (MBC, 2002–2003)
- The Woman (SBS, 2002)
- You Are My World (SBS, 2002)
- Sangdo (MBC, 2001–2002)
- Tender Hearts (KBS1, 2001)
- MBC Best Theater "My Fiancee's Story" (MBC, 2001)
- Mothers and Sisters (MBC, 2000)
- Mr. Duke (MBC, 2000)
- You Don't Know My Mind (MBC, 1999–2000)
- Did We Really Love? (MBC, 1999)
- Last War (MBC, 1999)
- Beautiful Secret (KBS2, 1999)
- House Above the Waves (SBS, 1999)
- As We Live Our Lives (KBS1, 1998)
- The Reason I Live (MBC, 1997)
- Because I Love You (SBS, 1997)
- Brothers (KBS1, 1997)
- The Most Beautiful Goodbye in the World (MBC, 1996)
- Im Kkeok-jung (SBS, 1996–1997)
- Open Your Heart (MBC, 1996)
- Mom's Flag (SBS, 1996)
- Thief (SBS, 1996)
- 찬품단자 (MBC, 1995)
- Even if the Wind Blows (KBS1, 1995–1996)
- 인연이란 (KBS1, 1995)
- The Moon of Seoul (MBC, 1994)
- MBC Best Theater "순달씨와 병구씨와 옥주양" (MBC, 1993)
- 친애하는 기타 여러분 (SBS, 1993)
- Hope (MBC, 1993)
- City People (MBC, 1991)
- Another's Happiness (MBC, 1991)
- 나의 어머니 (MBC, 1990)
- 별난 가족 별난 학교 (MBC, 1990)
- 당추동 사람들 (KBS2, 1990)
- 유산 (MBC, 1989)
- Three Women (MBC, 1989)
- First Love (MBC, 1986)
- The Seaside Village (MBC, 1985)
- Love and Truth (MBC, 1984–1985)
- The Stars Are My Stars (MBC, 1983)
- 못 잊어 (MBC, 1983)
- Market People (MBC, 1983)
- Annyeong haseyo (Hello) (MBC, 1981)
- Mom, I Like Dad (MBC, 1979)
- X 수색대 (MBC, 1978)
- 주인 (MBC, 1978)
- Arirang Oh! (MBC, 1977)
- Girls' High School Days (MBC, 1976–1977)
|2022||Attack on Grandma||Channel S||Host||The production is in full pre-air.|||
Awards and nominations
|1973||9th Baeksang Arts Awards||Most Popularity Award (Theater)||N/A||Won|
|1976||MBC Drama Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Radio Performance||N/A||Won|
|1983||Excellence Award, Actress||The Stars Are My Stars||Won|
|1995||KBS Drama Awards||Grand Prize (Daesang)||Even if the Wind Blows||Won|
|1996||32nd Baeksang Arts Awards||Most Popular Actress||Won|
|23rd Korea Broadcasting Awards||Best Actress||Talent||Won|
|2002||SBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actress in a One-Act Special||You Are My World||Won|
|2005||42nd Grand Bell Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Crying Fist||Won|
|4th Korean Film Awards||Nominated|
|You Are My Sunshine||Nominated|
|6th Busan Film Critics Awards||Won|
|13th Chunsa Film Art Awards||Nominated|
|26th Blue Dragon Film Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Nominated|
|2006||43rd Grand Bell Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Nominated|
|2006 KBS Drama Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actress||Goodbye Solo, Famous Princesses||Nominated|
|7th Women in Film Korea Awards||Best Actress||Cruel Winter Blues||Won|
|2007||43rd Baeksang Arts Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|4th Max Movie Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|28th Blue Dragon Film Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|1st Korea Movie Star Awards||Best Supporting Actress||May 18||Won|
|MBC Entertainment Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Comedy/Sitcom||Unstoppable High Kick!||Won|
|2008||2nd Korea Drama Awards||Achievement Award||N/A||Nominated|
|2010||31st Blue Dragon Film Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Harmony||Nominated|
|2010 MBC Drama Awards||Lifetime Achievement Award||It's Me, Grandma||Won|
|2011||6th Seoul International Drama Awards||Best Actress||Won|
|2012||Bo-gwan Order of Cultural Merit||N/A||N/A||Recipient|
|2014||14th Korea World Youth Film Festival||Favorite Actress - Senior Actress||N/A||Won|
|2015||10th Max Movie Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Miss Granny||Won|
|2017||18th Women in Film Korea Awards||Woman in Film of the Year||I Can Speak||Won|
|6th Korea Film Actors Association Awards||Top Star Awards||Won|
|38th Blue Dragon Film Awards||Best Leading Actress||Won|
|Popular Star Award||Won|
|11th Asia Pacific Screen Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|1st The Seoul Awards||Best Actress||Won|
|37th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards||Won|
|17th Director's Cut Awards||Won|
|4th Korean Film Producers Association Awards||Won|
|Cine 21 Awards||Won|
|2018||9th KOFRA Film Awards||Won|
|55th Grand Bell Awards||Won|
|23rd Chunsa Film Art Awards||Nominated|
|27th Buil Film Awards||Nominated|
|54th Baeksang Arts Awards||Best Actress||Won|
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- Han Mi-hee (August 12, 2021). "추자현·이무생 주연 '당신이 잠든 사이' 크랭크인" [Choo Ja-hyun and Lee Mu-saeng's 'While You Were Sleeping' Crankin]. Yonhap News (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
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