Multi-talented, Bae Woo-hee has been active as a singer, songwriter, and actress to date. Although only playing supporting characters, Bae Woo-hee was able to show her acting skills well, and even Bae Woo-hee had the opportunity to be the female lead in a Web drama that aired on Tencent Channel in 2016. The following dramas and films feature Bae Woo-hee playing a character.
The Time We Were Not in Love, or also known as The Time I’ve Loved You, is a South Korean television adapted from the award-winning 2011 Taiwanese drama In Time With You. This series tells a story about something that’s right in front of your eyes which is sometimes the hardest for you to see. Oh Ha-na (Ha Ji-won) and Choi Won (Lee Jin-wook) have been lifelong friends. Through thick and thin, they’ve been through many things together in the nearly 20 years of friendship, including relationships that each has had with other people. Approaching her 30th birthday, Ha-na receives an email from Won that jokes about the “symptoms of premature aging.” Angry about the widely held belief that men are like grapes that turn into a fine bottle of wine as they age while women are like grapes that shrivel up into raisins, Ha-na makes a bet with Won that she can get married first before they turn 35. Will Ha-na and Won be able to find their true loves or have they been blind to what’s been there all along?
Bae Woo-hee acted as Hong Eun-jung, a member of the staff at Tandy Shoes Company, the company where Oh Ha-na (Ha Ji-won) works. The Time We Were Not in Love aired on SBS from June 27th to August 16th, 2015, on Saturdays and Sundays at 22:00 for 16 episodes. Not only popular in Korea, but the series also premiered in the Philippines on ABS-CBN afternoon block on July 24th, 2018, replacing Go Back Couple under the title My Time with You and had a re-run on Asianovela Channel on November 5th, 2018.
Everyday New Face, or also known as Every Day a New Name, Boyfriend is Changed Every Day, depicts the fantasy love story of Seul Bi (Bae Woo-hee) and her journey to finding the love of her life. A fairy gives her a chance to meet different guys every day, and she’s tasked with choosing one to love forever. If she fails to do so then she will have to forever live a lonely life. Kang Woon (Lee Byung-hun) is deeply in love with Seul Bi and attempts to steal her heart. This Web drama aired on Tencent Channel from October 14th, 2016, until November 23rd, 2016, for a total of 12 episodes.
Home for Summer, or also known as Please, Summer, is a family drama that tells the story of Geum-hee (Lee Young-eun) who has been married to Joon-ho (Kim Sa-kwon) for the past 10 years. She supported him while he was trying to become a plastic surgeon. He is now a successful plastic surgeon. They are still happily married, but Joon-ho happens to meet Sang-mi who is divorced (Lee Chae-young). Sang-mi wants Joon-ho regardless of the fact that he is already married.
Meanwhile, Sang-won (Yoon Sun-woo) is a chef and the younger brother of Sang-mi. Due to his painful memory of being dumped by the woman he loved, his personality seems to have become cold. He actually still has a warm heart.
in this drama, Bae Woo-hee acted as Jin Soo-yeon. It aired every Monday to Friday on KBS1 from 8:25 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (KST) from April 29th, 2019, to October 25th, 2019.
The Tunnel is a horror film that tells about a group of friends who are invited to the launch party of a luxury resort. A strange man barges in and scares everyone away by declaring that they will all be killed by a curse. They return to the resort to find the strange man watching them, and accidentally end up killing him. They decide to dispose of the body in a coal mine but get trapped inside the dark tunnels facing the buried horrors within.
In this film, Bae Woo-hee acted as Hye-young and it was released on August 13th, 2014. Bae Woo-hee said, “I am honored to meet such a great director, crew and other senior actors in my film debut.” And then Bae Woo-hee continued, “I will try my best to make my character as attractive as possible.”