Han Bo-bae’s Profile (Real Name, Height, Age, Drama List, Movies, and TV Shows)

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Han Bo-bae, the Korean Actress

Having debuted in the film industry in 2002, Han Ho-bae has played various kinds of fictional characters in her projects. She  was once nominated for Best Young Actress for her acting in My Pitiful Sister in 2008, it is not over the top to say that the future of Han Bo-bae’s career is bright enough for viewers to look forward to. Thus, in this article, Channel-Korea will explain to you all about Han Bo-bae, starting from her full profile, a list of her television dramas and films, and her Instagram feed. So, stay tuned!

Han Bo-bae’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Han Bo Bae

Date of Birth: Incheon, South Korea, 4 March 1994

Age: 25 (Korean age) / 24 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Pisces

Chinese Astrology: Horse

Nationality: South Korean

Height: 165 cm

Weight: 48 kg

Blood Type: O

Education: Inha University, majoring in Theater and Acting Department

Talent agency: Broomstick

Twitter: @pink_rabbit_

Instagram: @1.treasure

List of Han Bo-bae’s TV Shows and Movies

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As was affirmed previously in the article, Han Bo-bae started her career as a child actress whose acting performances were phenomenal, as she was once nominated for a KBS Drama Award. Han Bo-bae’s skill is even acknowledged by the fact that she got a scholarship for her study in Department of Theater and Film at Inha University, proving that she grew up to be an actress with widespread potential. Thus, in this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of the television series and films that Han Bo-bae has starred and guest starred in.

2002 – KBS2 Magic Kid Masuri (as Choi Pool-ip)

2002 – Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (as Yoo-sun)

2002 – R. U.Ready?

2002 – Phone

2002 – Lover’s Concerto

2003 – MBC Dae Jang Geum

2004 – Home Sweet Home

2005 – KBS2 Magic Fighter Mir & Gaon

2005 – KBS2 Drama City “Barefoot Kae-jo”

2005 – SBS Ballad of Seodong

2005 – The Birds and the Bees: A Secret You Shouldn’t Keep (short film)

2005 – Aideuri Saneun Seong (animated) (as Dubber)

2006 – KBS2 Drama City “The Good Killer

2006 – KBS2 Spring Waltz (as the young version of Hong Mi-jung)

2006 – No Mercy for the Ride (as Young (the girl))

2006 – The World of Silence (as Park Soo-yeon)

2006 – Magic Lamp

2007 – SBS Ghost Pang Pang (as Choi Byul)

2007 – SBS New Heart

2008 – MBC The Last Scandal of My Life (as Ahn Ji-min)

2008 – KBS1 My Pitiful Sister (as the young version of SongIn-ok)

2008 – SBS Amnok River Flows (as Moo Deon)

2009 – KBS2 Empress Cheonchu (as the young version of Seonjeong)

2009 – MBC Tae-hee, Hye-kyo, Ji-hyun (as Han Bo-bae)

2009 – SBS Smile, You (as Han Yoon-jae)

2010 – KBS2 Good Friends

2010 – MBC MBC Sunday Drama Theater “Housewife Kim Kwang-ja’s Third Activities” (as Choi Yoon-sun)

2010 – SBS Dr. Champ (Cameo as Jo Min-ji on episode 1)

2010 – SBS Sign (as Aki-chan on episode 8)

2011 – MBC Gyebaek (as the young version of Cho-young)

2011 – SBS A Thousand Days’ Promise (as the young version of Lee Seo-yeon)

2012 – jTBC Queen Insoo (as the young version of Yoon Chang-yeon)

2012 – SBS Phantom (Cameo as Kwak Ji-soo on episode 7 and 8)

2012 – A Company Man (as Ra Bo-seul)

2013 – MBC Hur Jun, The Original Story (as Chae-sun)

2014 – Total Messed Family (as Baek Se-joo)

2015 – MBC Make a Woman Cry (as Hwang Kyung-ah)

2015 – SBS Late Night Restaurant (Cameo as Ji-hee)

2015 – SBS Remember (as Oh Jung-ah)

2016 – SBS Doctors (as Yoo Yo-na)

2017 – OCN Voice (as Park Eun-byul)

2017 – KBS2 School 2017 (as Seo Bo-ra)

2018 – JTBC Welcome to Waikiki (as Mal Geum / Cherry on episode 7, 8, and 9)