Kim Sae-ron Biography

Kim Sae-ron is a South Korean actress. Check out this biography to know about her childhood, family life, achievements and fun facts about her life.

Kim Sae-ron
Quick Facts

Birthday: July 31, 2000

Nationality: South Korean

Famous: Actresses South Korean Women

Age: 19 Years, 19 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Leo

Born in: Seoul, South Korea

Famous as: Actress

Height: 5'6" (168 cm), 5'6" Females

Family:

siblings: Ah-ron, Ye-ron (younger sisters)

City: Seoul, South Korea

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education: Miyang Elementary School, Yang-il Middle School, School of Performing Arts Seoul

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Kim Sae-ron is a well-known South Korean actress. She started her acting career at the age of nine and became a famous child artist with the movies ‘The Man From Nowhere’ and ‘A Brand New Life’. During her teen years, she was cast in leading roles in films. Kim has also acted in many television series, such as ‘Can You Hear My Heart?’, ‘Hi! School-Love On’, ‘The Queen's Classroom’, ‘Fashion King’, ‘I Need Romance 2012’, ‘Snowy Road’ and ‘Glamorous Temptation’, to name a few. Her first adult role as the main actress was in the drama series ‘Mirror of the Witch’. The South Korean actress has also guest-starred in the variety shows ‘The Human Condition’ and ‘Happy Together’. In addition, she has appeared in music videos for popular artists like Shinee, Block B, 5urprise and Astro. Taking about Kim’s awards and honours, she had won the ‘Best New Actress Award’ at the 2016 Korea Drama Awards function. Before that, she was awarded with ‘Best New Actresses Award’ at 35th Blue Dragon Film Awards function and with ‘Style Icon of the Year’ award at the event of 7th Herald Donga Lifestyle Awards. Besides these, Kim has won many other awards and accolades as well.

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Kim Sae-ron
Career
  • Kim Sae-ron began her career in acting in 2009, by appearing in the flick ‘A Brand New Life’. Then she did the movies ‘The Man from Nowhere’ and ‘I Am a Dad’. In 2011, she was cast as young Bong Woo-ri in the series ‘Can You Hear My Heart?’ The same year, she appeared in the TV series ‘Heaven's Garden’. Then in 2012, the actress guest-starred in an episode of ‘The Human Condition’. During that time, she also appeared in the movies ‘Barbie’ and ‘The Neighbor’, playing roles of Soon-young and Yoo Soo-yeon respectively.
  • Kim also did a few TV programs in 2012, namely ‘Fashion King’, ‘I Need Romance 2012’ and ‘Mom Is Acting Up’. Soon after this, she got featured in the series ‘The Queen's Classroom’ as well as in Shinee’s music video for ‘Green Rain’. In the year 2014, the South Korean star acted in the movies ‘A Girl at My Door’ and ‘Manhole’. That year, she was also cast as Lee Seul-bi in ‘Hi! School: Love On’.
  • In addition to these, Kim also appeared in music videos for Block B and 5urprise in the year 2014. The following year she had roles in the television dramas ‘Snowy Road’, ‘To Be Continued´ and ‘Glamorous Temptation’. She joined ‘Show! Music Core’ as a host in 2015. The following year, Kim did a cameo in the flick ‘The Great Actor’. In 2016, she also portrayed the role of Princess Seo-ri in the television drama ‘Mirror of the Witch’. In 2017, the actress was cast as Kang Yeong-ae in the film ‘Snowy Road’.
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Personal Life
  • Kim Sae-ron was born on July 31, 2000 in Seoul, South Korea. She has two younger sisters, named Ah-ron and Ye-ron. She studied at Miyang Elementary School and then graduated from the Yang-il Middle School. Later on, Kim attended School of Performing Arts Seoul.
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Last Updated
- October 03, 2017

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