Get to Know More About Korean Actress Shim Hye-jin: Profile, Movies, Drama List, and Husband

Shim Hye-jin, The Korean Actress

Mostly known for her skillful acting in several dramas and movies as the leading role, it is no wonder that Shim Hye-jin is acclaimed as the most representative actress in the 90s. In her early days as a model in commercial films, Shim Hye-jin had a strong attachment to the brand Coca-Cola, which she became the model for in the late 80s, hence her nickname “Woman like Cola.” In addition, Shim Hye-jin’s skill in the field of acting has been appreciated and proven by the many awards she has won, such as Best Actress on Chunsa Film Art Award, Grand Bell Awards, and Blue Dragon Film Awards, Favorite Film Actress on Baeksang Arts Awards, Special Award on MBC Entertainment Awards, and many more. In this article, Channel-Korea will present you with all about Shim Hye-jin, which includes her full profile, the list of her television dramas, movies, and variety shows, and her husband and family. So, keep reading!

Shim Hye-jin’s Full Profile

Real Name: Shim Sang-gun

Stage Name: Shim Hye-jin

Place and Date of Birth: Seoul, South Korea, 16 January 1967

Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

Chinese Astrology: Sheep

Nationality: South Korean

Blood Type: B

Education: Bosung Girls’ High School, Korea National Open University

Husband: Yoon Sang (married in 2002)

Children: 2 (sons named Lee Chan-young and Lee Jun-young)

Shim Hye-jin’s Age, Height, and Weight

As has been presented in her personal profile earlier, Shim Hye-jin was born in 1967. According to the Korean Age System, in 2018 Shim Hye-jin’s age is 52 years old, while according to the International Age System, Shim Hye-jin is 51 years old. Besides Shim Hye-jin, there are other Korean actresses who were born in 1967 as well, such as Kim Hee-ae, Bang Eun-hee, Kim Seong-ryeong, Shin Young-jin, Park Mi-sun, Lee Hee-gu, and Nam Hyeon-joo. Shim Hye-jin is considered a tall and fit woman even though her height is only 169 cm, whereas her weight is 51 kg.

List of Shim Hye-jin’s Dramas, Movies, and TV Shows

We previously mentioned in brief that Shim Hye-jin is a senior actress who is able to act in various kinds of genres and roles. In her prime days, she was often chosen as the lead, hence the trophies that she received by prestigious award shows. Though in the recent time she only acts in supporting roles, Shim Hye-jin still shines along with other younger actors and actresses. Such are her performances in My Spring Days with SNSD’s Sooyoung and Kam Woo-sung, Kill Me, Heal Me with Ji Sung, Hwang Jung-eum, and Park Seo-joon, and Strong Woman Do Bong-soon with Park Bo-young, Park Hyung-shik, and Ji Soo. In this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of television series, films, and variety shows that Shim Hye-jin has starred in.

1989 – In the Name of Memory (Supporting Role as Oh Yoo-kyung)

1990 – Black Republic (Main Role as Song Young-sook)

1992 – White Badge (Supporting Role as Sa-ra)

1992 – The Marriage Life (Main Role as Choi Ji-hye)

1993 – Woman for Love, Woman for Marriage (Main Role as Jin-hee)

1993 – To the Starry Island (Main Role as Oknim)

1993 – KBS2 The World is Mine (Main Role as Kang Joon-hee)

1995 – Go Alone Like A Rhino’s Horn (Main Role as Kyung-hye)

1996 – The Gingko Bed (Main Role as Son-young)

1996 – Cue (Main Role as Hye Soo)

1996 – The Adventure of Mrs. Park (Main Role as Park Bong-gon)

1997 – Green Fish (Main Role as Mi-ae)

1997 – Maria and the Inn (Main Role as Myung-ja)

1997 – Man With Flowers (Main Role as Jong-min)

1997 – KBS2 Mr. Right (Supporting Role)

1998 – Bedroom and Courtroom (Supporting Role as Journalist)

1998 – MBC Blushing with Love (Supporting Role as Min Young-sun)

1999 – MBC Last War (Main Role as Han Ji-soo)

2000 – MBC Housewife’s Rebellion (Main Role as Jang Jin-gu)

2003 – Acacia (Main Role as Choi Mi-sook)

2004 – SBS Choice (Main Role as Oh Jung-min)

2004 – MBC Hello Franceska (Main Role as Franceska)

2005 – SBS That Woman (Main Role as Yoon Ji-soo)

2006 – MBC Princess Hours (Supporting Role as Lady Seo Hwa-young)

2006 – Over the Border/South of the Border (Supporting Role as Seo Kyung-joo)

2006 – SBS Please Come Back, Soon-Ae (Main Role as Huh Soon-ae)

2007 – KBS2 My Mom! Super Mom! (Main Role as Ko Min-joo)

2008 – MBC East of Eden (Supporting Role as Young-ran’s mother)

2008 – Mother and Daughters (Main Role as Park Nam-hee)

2009 – KBS2 Empress Cheonchu/The Iron Empress (Supporting Role as Empress Xiao)

2009 – KBS1 Jolly Widows/Everybody Cha Cha Cha (Main Role as Ha Yoon-jung)

2010 – MBC Stormy Lovers (Supporting Role as Hong Na-rim)

2010 – Foxy Festival (Main Role as Ju Seon-shim)

2012 – Papa (as Guest Role)

2012 – Happy Ending (Main Role as Yang Sun-ah)

2012 – KBS2 I Need a Fairy (Main Role as Queen Mother/Wang Mo)

2013 – KBS1 A Tale of Two Sisters (Supporting Role as Kim Joo-hee)

2014 – jTBC  Secret Love Affair (Supporting Role as Han Seong-sook)

2014 – SBS Endless Love (Main Role as Min Hye-rin)

2014 – MBC My Spring Days (Supporting Role as Jo Myung-hee)

2014 – Welcome (Main Role as Hye-sook)

2014 – Daughter (Main Role as San-yi’s mother)

2015 – KBS Brave Family (Regular Cast in episode 1–10)

2015 – MBC Kill Me, Heal Me (Supporting Role as Shin Hwa-ran)

2015 – SBS The Return of Hwang Geum-bok (Supporting Role as Baek Ri-hyang)

2015 – SBS Late Night Restaurant (Guest Role as Actress Jung Eun-soo on episode 2)

2017 – jTBC  Strong Woman Do Bong-soon (Supporting Role as Hwang Jin-yi)

2018 – KBS  Sunny Again Tomorrow (Supporting Role as Yoon Jin-hee)

2018 – SBS The Undateables (Supporting Role as Ko Eun-nim)

2018 – Single Wife 2 (Guest Cast)

2018 – KBS and Naver TV Cast The Sound of Your Heart: Season 2 (Supporting Role as Jong-suk’s mother)