Kim So-eun Biography
(South Korean Actress)
Birthday: September 6, 1989 (Virgo)
Born In: Toegyewon-myeon, Namyangju
Kim So-eun is a South Korean actress, known for playing the supporting role of Chu Ga-eul in the television drama‘Boys Over Flowers’. She made her acting debut in the 2004 film ‘Two Guys’, while she was still pursuing her school education. She then appeared in minor roles in television dramas like ‘Sisters of the Sea’, ‘Sad Love Story’and in films like ‘Two Guys’ and ‘Family Matters’. She gained popularity for her portrayal of the younger version of Hwangbo Soo in the period drama ‘Empress Cheonchu’. For this role, she received professional training in horse riding and archery. She is also famous for the portrayal of her character in the romantic comedy series ‘He Who Can’t Marry’, which is the remake of a Japanese drama titled ‘Kekkon Dekinai Otoko’. She hasappeared in music videos for artistes such as SHINee and 8Eight, and has also featured in magazines like Allure Korea, Vogue Korea, Harper’s Bazaar and Elle Girl Korea.