Everything You Need to Know About South Korean Actress Nam Bo-ra

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Korean Actress Nam Bo-ra

Nam Bo-ra made her official debut as an actress in 2006 through KBS2’s drama Look Back With a Smile. She is known for starring many famous dramas and films such as Moon Embracing the Sun, Shark, Sunny, and Lovers in Bloom. In addition, Nam Bo-ra has been awarded for her great acting skills at several award ceremonies as well such as Best New Actress at the 19th Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards in 2011 and the 3rd APAN Star Awards in 2014 and New Star Award at the SBS Drama Awards in 2014. In this article, Channel-Korea will explain all about Nam Bo-ra, including her full profile, the list of her television dramas, movies, and television shows, her plastic surgery, her family and siblings, her boyfriend, and her Instagram feed. So, keep reading!

Full Profile of Nam Bo-ra

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Birth Name: Nam Bo Ra

Birth: Seoul, South Korea, November 27, 1989

Nationality: South Korean

Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius

Chinese Astrology: Snake

Siblings: 12 (one older sibling and eleven younger siblings)

Education: Dongduk Women’s University with a major in broadcasting

Agency: Will Entertainment, HB Entertainment (current)

Instagram: @nambora and @bora_yumyum (specifically for food portraits)

Nam Bo-ra’s Age, Height, and Weight

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As mentioned previously, Nam Bo-ra was born in 1989. According to the Korean Age System, in 2018, Nam Bora’s age is 30 years old while according to the International Age System, Nam Bo-ra is 29 years old. In addition, Nam Bo-ra is considered to have an average yet still slim body and a height of 165 cm, whereas her exact weight is unknown.

List of Dramas, Movies, and TV Shows

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Despite her official debut in 2006, Nam Bo-ra’s face was already familiar to the public through her appearance in a music video for Sol Flower in 2003 and KBS’s variety show Human Theater which revealed her big family. Nam Bo-ra is mostly known for starring in dramas and movies in supporting roles, though in recent years, the actress also has become the heroine of her work projects, such as My Heart Twinkle Twinkle, Spark, and Lovers in Bloom. Here, you may check the list of Nam Bo-ra’s dramas, films, television shows, and music videos!

2003 – Music video for Sol Flower’s “Ache Aching”

2004 – KBS’s Human Theater (as Herself)

2005 – MBC’s Chorus of Angels (Sunday Sunday Night) (Participant)

2006 – KBS2’s Look Back with a Smile (Supporting Role as Nam Bo-ra)

2008 – KBS N’s Sports Flying Shooting Idol Season 4 (Host)

2010 – MBC’s Road No. 1 Supporting Role (as Kim Soo-hee)

2010 – KBS2’s Drama Special: Last Flashman (Supporting Role as Jo Ah-ra)

2010 – tvN’s Once upon a Time in Saengchori (Supporting Role as Oh Na-young)

2010 – Death Bell 2 (Supporting Role as Hyun-ah)

2010 – SBS’s Running Man (Guest on episode 262)

2010 – I Saw the Devil (Supporting Role as Section Chief Oh’s daughter)

2011 – Sunny (Main Role as the young version Seo Geum-ok)

2011 – KBS2’s Glory Jane (Supporting Role as Kim Jin-joo)

2012 – MBC’s Moon Embracing the Sun (Supporting Role as Princess Minhwa)

2012 – Howling (Supporting Role as Jung-ah)

2012 – Horror Stories (Main Role as Bak-ji on segment “Secret Recipe”)

2012 – Don’t Cry, Mommy (Main Role as Eun-ah)

2012 – Music video for Noel’s “Leaving”

2013 – Music video for NUE’EST’s “Hello”

2013 – The Suspect (Supporting Role as Ji Dong-chul’s wife)

2013 – KBS2’s Shark / Orpheus: Don’t Look Back (Supporting Role as Han Yi-hyun)

2013 – KBS2’s Drama Special: The Memory in My Old Wallet (Supporting Role as Chae Soo-ah)

2013 – MBC’s Give Love Away (Supporting Role as Song Eun-joo)

2013 – MBC’s Dancing with the Stars: Season 3 (Participant)

2014 – Music video for Soyou, Kwon Soonil, and Park Yongin of Urban Zakapa’s “The Space Between”

2014 – SBS’s Only Love (Main Role as Kim Saet-byul)

2015 – Moon Young (Supporting Role as Yeong-eun)

2015 – Late Night Restaurant (Guest Role as Ji-young on episode 15)

2015 – SBS’s My Heart Twinkle Twinkle (Main Role as Lee Soon-jung)

2015 – KBS1 and Naver TV Cast’s KBS Web Drama Special: Love Detective Sherlock K (Main Role as Kang Da-hae or Sherlock K)

2016 – Naver TV Cast’s Spark (Main Role as Son Ha-neul)

2016 – One Night Food Trip Season 1 (Guest Cast on episodes 26-29)

2016 – Lipstick Prince Season 1 (Guest Cast)

2017 – Mother (Supporting Role as Daughter)

2017 – iTV’s Yes, Butterfly Season 2: The Greatest Aftermath

2017 – KBS1’s Lovers in Bloom (Main Role as Jin Bo-ra)

2018 – JTBC4’s Secret Sisters (Regular Cast)

2018 – SBS’s Law of the Jungle in Mexico (Guest Cast)