Full Profile of Korean Actress Chu Sang-mi

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Korean Actress Chu Sang-mi

After debuting in the cinema industry in the late 1990s, Chu Sang-mi has played various roles in television dramas. Even though she has not won any acting awards, Chu Sang-mi always delivers her acting performance well, making her an actress whom viewers cannot ignore due to her admirable job in portraying her roles. Thus, in this article, Channel-Korea will explain all about Chu Sang-mi, including her full profile and the list of her dramas and movies. So, keep reading!

Chu Sang-mi’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Chu Sang Mi

Date of Birth: Seoul, South Korea, May 9, 1973

Age: 55 (Korean age) / 54 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Taurus

Nationality: South Korean

Height: 163 cm

Weight: 42 kg

Education: Hongik University

Spouse: Lee Seok Joon (married since 2007)

Children: Lee Ji Myeong

Parents: Chu Song Woong and Kim Jung Shin

Siblings: 2 (older brothers named Chu Sang Rok and Chu Sang Wook)

Talent Agency: Huayi Brothers Entertainment

Official Website: http://chusangmi.rosy.net

Chu Sang-mi’s Drama and Movie List

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As explained previously at the beginning of this article, Chu Sang-mi is an actress who has often become the supporting cast in countless television dramas and movies throughout her career. Thus, in this section, Channel-Korea has compiled the list of television series that Chu Sang-mi has acted in.

1996 – A Petal

1997 – The Contact

1998 – Soul Guardians (as Seung-hee)

1998 – MBC’s Sunflower

1999 – KBS2’s Invitation

2000 – Interview (as Actress)

2001 – Say Yes (as Yoon-hee)

2002 – Turning Gate / On the Occasion of Remembering the Turning Gate (as Seon-young)

2003 – The Right to Ravage Myself (as Mara)

2003 – A Smile (as So-jung)

2003 – KBS’s Yellow Handkerchief

2004 – Everybody Has Secrets (as Han Jin-young)

2005 – Ssunday Seoul (as DJ’s Voice)

2005 – MBC’s Let’s Get Married

2005 – MBC’s Lawyers (as Song Yi-ryung)

2006 – SBS’s Love and Ambition

2006 – See You After School (as Female Doctor)

2007 – SBS’s Snow in August

2007 – The Wonder Years (as Young-joo)

2008 – MBC’s My Woman

2009 – SBS’s The City Hall (as Min Ju-hwa)