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Kim Tae-hee

Kim Tae-hee

Kim Tae-hee is a South Korean actress and model. She is best known for her roles in Korean dramas such as Iris, Love Story in Harvard, My Princess, Stairway to Heaven, and Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love.
In 2000, a promoting official saw Kim riding the metro, and offered her a demonstrating employment. Kim showed up in TV plugs and print advertisements, before making her acting presentation with a little part in the 2001 drama Last Present. In 2002, she featured in the short film Living in New Town and the sitcom Let’s Go, trailed by Screen and A Problem at My Younger Brother’s House in 2003.

In late 2003, Kim rose to fame by means of her depiction of the detestable stepsister in the famous SBS TV arrangement Stairway to Heaven. Beginning 2004, Kim was thrown in driving parts in her succeeding undertakings, including the otherworldly KBS arrangement Forbidden Love and the SBS grounds sentiment Love Story in Harvard.

Kim then swung to film, featuring in real life dream epic The Restless (2006), and the rom-com Venus and Mars (2007). Both were unsuccessful in the cinematic world.

Back on the little screen in 2009, she played a NIS profiler in the spy activity thriller Iris. It was a standout amongst the most costly Korean dramatizations ever created and was a basic and business accomplishment with a normal viewership rating of 30%. Kim shed tears at the KBS Drama Awards when she won an Excellence Award in a Mid-length Drama; this was her first acting grant, barring newcomer and fame honors.

Kim left her then-office Namoo Actors in January 2010 to join Lua Entertainment, which was established by her brother by marriage. That year, she additionally played a steed racer who longs for winning the title in the games film Grand Prix.

After the achievement of Iris, she again attracted positive surveys the lighthearted comedy arrangement My Princess (2011); Kim played a normal undergrad who finds that she is Korean eminence. Soon thereafter, she featured in her first Japanese TV show Boku to Star no 99 Nichi, where her character is a South Korean Hallyu star who meets a common Japanese bodyguard and he by one means or another makes her fall head over heels in adoration with him. Kim experienced reaction from some Japanese netizens for her cooperation in a 2005 rally in Switzerland supporting South Korea’s case in the Dokdo Islets regional debate.

In 2013, Kim featured in her first verifiable period dramatization Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love as the notorious regal mistress Jang Hui-bin.This was trailed by another period part, as the wife of famous Chinese calligrapher Wang Xizhi in the Chinese TV show Saint Wang Xizhi.

Kim came back to Korean TV in 2015, playing a beneficiary who recoups from a state of extreme lethargy with the assistance of a specialist for-contract, the main Yong-buddy.

Television drama of Kim Tae-hee

Year Title Role Network
2002 Let’s Go Tae-hee SBS
2003 Screen Kim So-hyun SBS
A Problem at My Younger Brother’s House Park Su-jin SBS
Stairway to Heaven Han Yoo-ri SBS
2004 Forbidden Love Yoon Shi-yeon KBS2
Love Story in Harvard Lee Soo-in SBS
2009 Iris Choi Seung-hee KBS2
2011 My Princess Lee Seol MBC
Boku to Star no 99 Nichi Han Yoo-na Fuji TV
2013 Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love Jang Ok-jung SBS
2015 Saint Wang Xizhi
Yong-pal Han Yeo-jin SBS

Film of Kim Tae-hee

Year Title Role
2001 Last Present young Park Jung-yeon
2002 Living in New Town (short film) Ji-soo
2006 The Restless So-hwa/Yon-hwa
2007 Venus and Mars Yoon Jin-ah
2010 Grand Prix Seo Ju-hee
Iris: The Movie Choi Seung-hee

Music video of Kim Tae-hee

Year Song Artist
2002 “Letter” g.o.d
2003 “Only” The Jun
2004 “Don’t Go Away” Park Yong-ha
2014 “Koinonia” Korean Catholic celebrities

Awards and nominations of KimTea-hee


Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2003 SBS Drama Awards New Star Award Stairway to Heaven Won
2004 KBS Drama Awards Best New Actress Forbidden Love Won
SBS Drama Awards Top 10 Stars Love Story in Harvard Won
Netizen Popularity Award Won
2005 41st Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress (TV) Won
2007 43rd Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress (Film) The Restless Won
3rd Pyeongtaek Film Festival New Currents Movie Star – Best New Actress Won
15th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best New Actress Nominated
42nd Grand Bell Awards Overseas Popularity Award Won
Best New Actress Nominated
28th Blue Dragon Film Awards Popular Star Award Won
Best New Actress Nominated
6th Korean Film Awards Best New Actress Nominated
Andre Kim Best Star Awards Female Star Award N/A Won
2009 KBS Drama Awards Best Couple Award with Lee Byung-hun Iris Won
Excellence Award, Actress in a Mid-length Drama Won
2010 46th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (TV) Nominated
3rd Korea Drama Awards Best Actress Nominated
2011 6th Seoul International Drama Awards Outstanding Korean Actress My Princess Nominated

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