Remembered on her behalf starring roles in the Southern Korean motion pictures The Scarlet Notice, Taegukgi, and Au Revoir, UFO, she received many acting honors during the period of her short job, including a Grand Bell Prize; a Director’s Cut Prize; and many Blue Dragon Film Award nominations. In her middle teens, she started working being a model. After showing up in several tv series, she produced her cinematic debut in the 1999 film Rainbow Trout. She examined piano during her youngsters and added a piano monitor, “Fans’ Concerto Primary Theme,” towards the soundtrack from the 2002 film Fans’ Concerto. She was created and elevated in Gunsan, South Korea, and she afterwards attended Dankook School in Bundang, Seongnam, South Korea. Tragically, experiencing depression, she dedicated suicide at age twenty-four. On her behalf work in the tv screen series Phoenix, she distributed an MBC Crisis Honor for “Greatest Few” with acting professional Lee Seo-jin.
|1||Only 25 years old, she was found in her Gyeonggi-do apartment by her brother, having cut her wrists and hung herself.|
|Phoenix||2004||TV Series||Lee Ji-eun|
|Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War||2004||Young-shin Kim|
|Haneul jeongwon||2003||Kim, Young-ju|
|Beonjijeompeureul hada||2001||In Tae-hee|
|If It Snows on Christmas||1998|
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