Song Seon-mi

Song Seon-mi (born September 13, 1974) is a South Korean actress.[1]

South Korean actress
In this Korean name, the family name is Song.
Song Seon-mi
Born (1974-09-13) September 13, 1974 (age 47)

Education Dongju College
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996-present
Agent JR ENT
Spouse(s)
Go Woo-seok

(m. 2006; died 2017)

Korean name
Hangul
Revised Romanization Song Seon-mi
McCune–Reischauer Song Sǒnmi

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Song Seon-mi won second place at the Super Elite Model Contest in 1996, then transitioned from a modeling career to acting a year later in the television dramaModel (1997).[2][3]

In 1998, Song made her film debut playing dual roles as an art gallery employee and a soldier’s ex-girlfriend in Lee Jeong-hyang’s critically acclaimed romantic comedyArt Museum by the Zoo, opposite Ahn Sung-ki.[4][5] This was followed by the gangster comedy My Boss, My Hero (2001). Though Song is more active in television, notable in her filmography are two arthouse films by auteur Hong Sang-soo. For Woman on the Beach (2006), she and her co-stars agreed to appear in the film even without reading Hong’s script.[6] While in The Day He Arrives (2011), Song played a film studies professor who frequents a bar in Bukchon.[7][8][9]

Back on the small screen, her popularity rose when she played a young housewife in Precious Family (2004), written by Kim Soo-hyun.[10] Leading roles followed in The Secret Lovers (2005), One Day Suddenly (2006), Green Coach (2009), Mrs. Town (2009), and Dandelion Family (2010), as well as a supporting role in the well-received medical dramaBehind the White Tower (2007).[11]

In 2012, Song was cast as a capable trauma nurse in Golden Time.[12] She later reunited with its director Kwon Seok-jang in Miss Korea (2013), set in 1997 during the IMF crisis.[13]

Song starred in her first ever period drama in 2013’s Blooded Palace: The War of Flowers.[14][15] She drew praise for her portrayal of the Crown Princess Lady Kang, Crown Prince Sohyeon‘s wife, despite controversy involving a breastfeeding scene.[16]

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