General Information about Han Hye-Jin
Han Hye-Jin is a 36-year-old South Korean actress who has already had a 15 year career in the entertainment industry in Korea. She became famous as an actress in 2005 when she became a model, but according to her, she became an actress because it’s more fun.
Han Hye-Jin’s popularity increased after her role as Soseono on the Jumong drama. Her popularity as an actress also paid off, in 2004 at the KBS Awards she was awarded Best New Actress, in 2005 and 2006 at the MBC Drama Awards she managed to get the Best Actress Award for 2 consecutive years. In 2011 at the KBS Drama Award she was awarded the Popualrity Awards. Let’s see the full profile about Han Hye-Jin!
Full Profile of Han Hye-Jin
Real Name : Han Hye-Jin
Date of Birth : October 27, 1981
Age : 26 years old
Height : 164 cm
Weight : 46 kg
Religion : Protestant
Profession : Actress and Model
Blood Type : A
Zodiac : Scorpio
Agency : Namoo Actors
Hobbies : Piano playing and nunchucks
Languages : Korean and English
Educations : Eunkwang Girls’ High School, Seoul Institute of the Arts
List of Han Hye-Jin’s Movies
Han Hye-Jin Movies – R U Ready? (2002)
Film R U Ready? was the debut film of Han Hye-Jin, her debut as an actress in Korea. The film was written and directed by Ko Eun-Nim and Yun Sang-Ho and was released on July 12, 2002 with a duration of 108 minutes. Although she was only a supporting actor, Han Hye-Jin’s acting in this film should be given praise.
This film is about an undaring doctor played by Jeong-hak Kim, an emotionally closed safari employee played by Bo-kyeong Kim, an orphan seeking parental love, a Vietnam vet , and the two aforementioned school kids. Their little adventure kicks off when another school kid spits in the face of a bear and well, it’s a little hard (not to mention silly) to explain what happened, but suffice it to say the 6 people mentioned above find themselves in a strange place where anything and everything can happen.
Han Hye-Jin Movies – Hi! Dharma 2: Showdown in Seoul (2004)
After her success with the movie R U Ready?, Han Hye-Jin returned to movies in 2004 with the title Hi! Dharma 2: Showdown in Seoul and she played Mi-Seon. The film was written by Choi Suk-Hwan and Yook Sang-Hyo and directed by Yook Sang-Hyo. The film was released on July 9, 2004 with a duration of 99 minutes.
This film is about how, following the wishes of an old master, three monks head to Seoul to rest his remains in the Mushim Temple. However, they discover that the heavily indebted host monk has abandoned the temple and its inhabitants. The three monks make every effort to help the temple by promoting it to the public and raising funds through donations. But just when things begin to look much brighter, a team of four gangsters reach the temple, indicating their need to reclaim it for an urban redevelopment project.
Han Hye-Jin Movies – No Mercy (2010)
In 2010, Han Hye-Jin returned to play a more challenging role in the Thriller and Crime genres. Han Hye-Jin played Min Seo-Young. The film was written by Kim Hyung-Jun and Lee Jung-Ho, and directed by Kim Hyung-Jun. The No Mercy movie was released on January 7, 2010 with a duration of 125 minutes.
The film is about a forensic doctor named Kang Min-Ho, played by Sol Kyung-Gu. Over the years, Min-Ho devotes his life to becoming a forensic doctor. Where the main task is to mengatopsi corpses and find the cause of death. During this time Min-Ho is living the profession well, and he never makes any mistakes.
Until when he was adopting one of the corpses, he got very shocking news. The news is that his beloved daughter was kidnapped. Not only that, it turns out the abductor of his daughter is none other than the perpetrator of mutilation whose corpse the victim was being autopsied by him.
And it turns out the abductors were captured by the kidnapping. Surely he can not just sit still. He then goes to the kidnapper to find out where his daughter is, at once asking the kidnapper to free her. But it was not an easy matter to do that. Because the kidnapper does not want to know where he is hiding his daughter.
The kidnapper then threatened to kill his daughter. It is not separated, because the kidnapping was done in conspiracy. Surely he did not want that to happen. But it turns out the kidnapper gives one condition to him if his daughter wants to be liberated. That he should be able to free the kidnapper in any way.
So he accepted the terms. He then manipulates the corpse of the victim who was killed by the kidnapper. Where he falsified to twist the fact that the killer was not the killer. It worked and the kidnapper was released.
However, when he was given the location of his daughter, he found a terrible reality. That his daughter had been murdered, and her body had also been mutilated. It turns out that Kang Min-Ho and the kidnapper were once tied up in an interconnected past.
Han Hye-Jin Movies – 26 Years (2012)
After her success with No Mercy‘s film as the lead actress, Han Hye-Jin returned to play the lead role in 26 Years. The film was written and directed by Cho Keun-Hyun. It was released on November 29, 2012 with a duration of 135 minutes. Han Hye-Jin plays Shim Mi-Jin role.
This film is about how 26 years ago, state troops were ordered to open fire on civilians in the city of Gwangju who were demonstrating as apart of a democratic movement. Thousands of civilians were killed.
Now, a shooter from the national team, a gang member, a policeman, CEO of a large company and director of a private security for the Gwangju Democratization Movement.
Kwak Jin-Bae, played by Jin Goo is a gang member who lost his father in the Gwangju Democratization Movement. He wants to get revenge. Shim Mi-Jin, played by Han Hye-Jin is a shooter from the national team. She is the shooter for the covert team. Policeman Kwon Jung-Kyuk, played by Im Seul-Ong lost his family in the Gwangju Democratization Movement. He is now responsible for the cars that have access to the ex-president’s house.
Han Hye-Jin Movies – Man In Love (2014)
In this film, Han Hye-Jin is paired with Hwang Jung-Min as a couple. The film was written by Yoo Kab-Yeol and Han Dong-Wook, and directed by Han Dong-Wook. The film was released on January 22, 2014 with a duration of 120 minutes. Han Hye-Jin plays Ho-Jung and Hwang Jung Min plays Tae-Il.
The film tells the story of a thug named Han Tae Il whose work relates to a loan shark, who falls in love with a woman named Joo Ho Jung. Han Tae Il jath is in love with one of the women who has a lot of debt in her place of work. Seeing Joo Ho Jung, who worked hard while caring for his father who was seriously ill, Han Tae Il was in love.
Joo Ho Jung begins to dodge, but Han Tae Il continues to approach him and help him to pay off his debts. Until one day, Han Tae Il engaged in a problem that put him in jail for 3 years. Before he was imprisoned, he was almost married and in a new life with Joo Ho Jung.
Han Hye-Jin Movies – Late Spring (2014)
In this film, Han Hye-Jin plays a female missionary, but her acting still got the public’s praise. The Late Spring movie was written by Shin Yang-joon and Cho Keun-Hyun, and directed by Cho Keun-Hyun. The film was released on November 20, 2014 with a duration of 102 minutes.
The film is set in the 1960’s. Joo-Goo, played by Park Yong-Woo is viewed as Korea’s best sculptor, but he suffers from a disease which will paralyze his body slowly. He gives up interests in the arts, and just spends his days meaninglessly. His wife, Jung-Sook, played by Kim Seo-Hyung, tries to find a nude model for him, hoping the model might inspire to sculpt again.