|Birth Date||:||6 September 1989|
|Birth Place||:||Toegyewon-myeon, Namyangju-si, South Kor|
Kim So-eun is a South Korean actress. She rose to fame in 2009 with a supporting role in the popular television drama Boys Over Flowers, and at the same year she starred in drama He Who Cant Marry and Empress Cheonchu.
A Woman in the Wall (II) 
Are We In Love? [30 April 2020 (Taiwan)]
A young woman with a miserable life receives a magical book that gives her the power to make every man she encounters fall for her.
Blues at Midnight 
Confessions of a Girl [24 April 1970]
Entangled [3 October 2014]
A happy family is torn apart when an unfortunate accident leads to death of a newborn.
Fly, Daddy, Fly [3 August 2006 (South Korea)]
Fly, Daddy, Fly is a 2006 South Korean drama film. It is based upon a novel of the same name by Japanese author Kaneshiro Kazuki, where the Japanese version of the book was made into a Japanese film in 2005. It was directed by Choi Jong-tae and produced by Dyne Film-Guardtec.
Hot and Fine 
Love [11 July 2008 (Kolkata)]
Ria, a Christian music teacher, falls in love with Rahul, a wealthy Hindu boy. However, their different social and economic backgrounds create hurdles in their relationship.
Mourning Grave [2 July 2014]
A teenager who can see ghosts returns to his hometown to confront his demons.
Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained [9 October 1969]
Someone Behind You [22 August 2007 (South Korea)]
A woman tries desperately to survive when her friends and family start killing one another.
Tears in the Heart 
The Golden Eye [1 September 1966]
The Show Must Go On [5 April 2007 (South Korea)]
The Show Must Go On is a 2007 South Korean neo-noir action film written and directed by Han Jae-rim, starring Song Kang-ho in the lead role. The film revolves around a full-time gangster who's aspiring to be a full-time husband and dad. The film released theatrically in South Korea on 5 April 2007.
Yeoseonjang [17 May 1969 (South Korea)]
- 6 September 1989.
- Toegyewon-myeon, Namyangju-si, South Kor.
- South Korean.
- 1.63 m.