Hwang Shin-hye

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Hwang Shin-hye

 


Hwang Shin-hye (b. 15 December 1963 -- she also sometimes spells her name "Hwang Cine") originally found work as a model while in junior college studying to become a flight attendant. In 1983, while still a student, she debuted in the TV drama Father and Son and quickly gained fame as "the most perfect face in Korea." Her first film was Bae Chang-ho's 1987 melodrama Our Sweet Days of Youth, in which she played a divorcee who marries her true love. She would also go on to star in a large number of films by director Park Chul-soo, beginning with The Woman Who Walks on Water.

Since 1995 she has taken on more diverse roles, including that of a woman with an eating disorder in 301,302, a gynaecologist in Push! Push!, and a wife who sues her husband's company for depriving her of a sex life in Bedroom and Courtroom.

Hwang's last feature to date is a gangster comedy called Family (not to be confused with A Family from 2004), which had her take on the role of a room salon madam. However she also also remained in the public eye for releasing books and videos on health and lifestyle topics, and launched a successful line of women's undergarments named after herself.

 

Partial filmography:

Family (2002)
Love Bakery (2000)
Bedroom and Courtroom (1998)
Killer Story (1998)
Push! Push! (1997)
301.302 (1995)
Seoul Evita (1991)
Theresa's Lover (1991)
The Dream (1990)
Woman Who Walks on Water (1990)
Gagman (1988)
Our Sweet Days of Youth (1987)

 


 

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