Get Closer to Song Jae-rim’s Virtual Wife, Kim So-eun
Kim So-eun’s name may become familiar as a South Korean actress. She began to be known when she starred on popular Korean drama, Boys Over Flower as part of the supporting cast. Before becoming a famous actress, Kim So-eun wanted to be a reliable skiing athlete. Since childhood Kim So-eun did like snow, and she was trained to become a skier. However, when she grew older she decided to become an actress.
Kim So-eun starred in the Korean TV Show We Got Married in 2014 as the virtual wife of Song Jae-rim. Many fans who supported their relationship becoming reality, and hoped that Kim So-eun and Song Jae-rim will get married in real life, but Kim So-eun insists that their relationship was only as a virtual couple, and after We Got Married finished they became friends. Let’s look at the full profile of Kim So-eun!
Full Profile of Korean Actress Kim So-eun
Name : Kim So-eun
Date of Birth : September 6, 1989
Age : 29 years old
Profession : Model and Actress
Height : 163 cm
Weight :45 kg
Zodiac : Virgo
Blood Type : O
Religion : N/A
Education : Sutaek High School, Chung-Ang University (Theater and Film Major)
Entertainnment : Will Entertainment
Fun Facts about Kim So-eun:
- Her favourite color is Black.
- Pie and Apple Juice are her favourite snack and drink.
- She said she does not want to date until she is 30 years old.
- She does not want to date a very rich man.
- She watches a lot of movies.
- She likes skiing as a sport.
- She can speaks Mandarin and English.
- She loves EPIC Movie.
- She such a shy woman.
- She was a national skiing athlete before she started modeling.
Top 4 Kim So-eun Movie List:
1. The Show Must Go On (2007)
The Show Must Go On was the first film starring by Kim So-eun after her acting debut in 2007, in this film Kim So-eun played the lead role of Hee-Soo. The film was written by Han Jae-Rim, Lee Ji-Won and directed by Han Ja-Rim and was released on April 05, 2007 with a duration of 112 minutes. The making of this film was rumored to reach US $5,000,000.
The film is about Kang In-Goo (Song Kang-Ho) who is a mid-level member of a Korean criminal organization. With middle age creeping up on him, Kang In-Goo worries about his family. His wife (Park Ji-Young) is more restless about his job and his daughter, Hee-Soo (Kim So-eun), grows more distant everyday. Kang In-Goo plans to quit the mob and buy a large suburban home for his wife. Kang In-Goo needs to do one last big score to retire. Meanwhile, Kang In-Goo’s boss (Choi Il-Hwa) favors him over his own son (Yoon Je-Moon), which causes the son to lash out against Kang In-Goo.
2. Someone Behind You (2007)
Someone Behind You is a South Korean horror film written and directed by Oh Ki-Hwan and released on August 22, 2007 with 84 minutes duration. The making of this film is rumored to spend a budget of US $2,700,000. In this film Kim So-eun plays Kim Ga-Yeon, Yoon Jin-Seo as Kim Ga-In, Lee Ki-Woo as Park Hyun-Joong, and Park Ki-Woong as Hong Suk-MIn.
The film is about Ga-In who is a popular high school student. She then begins to witness the deaths of those close to her. Ga-In is then selected as the subject of a curse that has one person from each generation die at the hands of two people close to them. Ga-In searches for the truth with her boyfriend, medical student Park Hyun-Joong. There’s also Suk-Min, a boy who always seems to linger in the shadows.
3. Mourning Grave (2014)
Mourning Grave is Kim So-eun’s first film in which she plays the role of a female ghost. The film was written by Lee Jong-Ho and directed by Oh In-Chun and was released on July 3, 2014 with a duration of 90 minutes. The filming process took place at a high school in Hoengseong, Gangwon Province. In addition to starring Kim So-eun, the film also stars Kim Haneul as In-Soo as the main character.
This film is about In-Soo who has a special gift to see ghosts, and has become isolated from other students because of this. He transfers to a high school in a rural area outside of Seoul. There, In-Soo meets a female ghost at the high school, and forms a friendship with her.
4. Entangled (2014)
Entangled is a film written and directed by Lee Don-Ku which was released on November 6, 2014 with a duration of 94 minutes. In addition to starring Kim So-eun as Kkot-Ip, the film also stars Kim Young-Ae as Soon-Im, Do Ji-Won as Young-Hee, and Song Il-Kook as Sang-Ho.
This film is about a family of four who live happily together. The family consists of Soon-Im, her daughter Young-Hee, her son-in-law Sang-Ho and her younger daughter Kkot-Ip. A devastating tragedy soon shatters their happiness. Young-Hee and Sang-Ho decide to move out, with Soon-Im’s mental state worsening. Kkot-Ip must deal with a shattered home and even worse condition at school.