Oh Yeon-seo Biography

Oh Yeon-seo, born as Oh Haet-nim, is a South Korean actress, model and singer. Check out this biography to know about her childhood, family life, achievements and fun facts about her life.

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Birthday: June 22, 1987

Nationality: South Korean

Famous: Actresses South Korean Women

Age: 32 Years, 32 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Cancer

Also Known As: Oh Haet-nim

Born in: Jinju, South Korea

Famous as: Actress

Height: 5'7" (170 cm), 5'7" Females


father: Oh Bok-hae

mother: Kang Jin-sook

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education: Anyang Arts High School, Dongguk University

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Oh Yeon-seo, born as Oh Haet-nim, is a South Korean actress, model, and singer. She is popular for her roles on both television and the big screen. Oh has worked in several television dramas in her career, the famous ones being ‘My Husband Got a Family’, ‘Shine or Go Crazy’, ‘Jang Bo-ri is Here’ and ‘Please Come Back, Mister’. Her film credits include ‘Someone Behind You’, ‘Our School's E.T.’, ‘Happy Killers’, ‘Take Off 2’ and ‘Cheese in the Trap’. The beautiful actress has also guest-starred in a number of variety shows, such as ‘Happy Together’, ‘Live Talk Show Taxi’, ‘Running Man’ and ‘We Got Married Season 4’. She has even worked in many music videos for multiple artists like Big Mama, Kim Jang-hoon, Im Chang-jung, Big Bang and Kim Hyung-jun. Talking about Oh’s awards and honours, she received ‘Rising Star Award’ at 1st K-Drama Star Award event for ‘My Husband Got a Family.’ She was awarded with ‘Best New Actress Award’ at MBC Drama Awards function for her contribution to ‘Here Comes Mr. Oh.’ The South Korean star had also received ‘Excellence Award’ from SBS Drama Awards for her performance in ‘Please Come Back, Mister.’

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  • Oh Yeon-seo started her career as a singer. At the age of 15, she joined the band ‘LUV’ and helped to release their first album ‘Story’. After the band dissolved after six months, the singer shifted to acting. In 2003, she made her debut in the TV series ‘Sharp 1’. Then she appeared in the drama ’ Nonstop 4’. In 2006, Oh did the series ‘Stranger Than Paradise’ and ‘Love and Hate’ and also appeared in music videos of Big Mama and BGH4.
  • The following year, she acted in the films ‘Herb’, ‘Someone Behind You’ and ‘May I Cry’. From 2008 to 2010, Oh was cast in both small and big screen projects, such as ‘A Blood Pledge’, ‘Happy Killers’, ‘Drama City "LoveForSale.com"’, ‘Returned Earthen Bowl’, ‘The Great Merchant’, ‘More Charming by the Day’ and ‘Dong Yi’. During that time, she also worked with a few artists for their music videos. Soon after this, she gave her voice to the character of Han Soo-min for animated movie ‘Green Days: Dinosaur and I’.
  • Oh was then cast in the TV shows ‘My Husband Got a Family’ and ‘Here Comes Mr. Oh’ in 2012. The same year, she did many variety shows including ‘Happy Together’, ‘Strong Heart’, ‘We Got Married Season 4’, ‘Golden Fishery: Radio Star’ and ‘Live Talk Show Taxi’. Two years later, the South Korean actress appeared in the drama ‘Jang Bo-ri is Here’. Then in 2016, she did the series ‘Please Come Back, Mister’ as well as the flick ‘Take Off 2’. She also appeared as guest in the variety show ‘Running Man’. In 2017, Oh acted in the movie ‘Cheese in the Trap’ and the series ‘My Sassy Girl’.
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Personal Life
  • Oh Yeon-seo was born as Oh Haet-nim on June 22, 1987, in Jinju, South Korea. After her band’s disbandment, she entered Anyang Arts High School. Later on, she studied acting from Dongguk University. The actress had dated actor/singer Lee Jang-woo in the past.
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