Song Hye-kyo is a South Korean actress. She gained Asia-wide popularity through her leading roles in television dramas Autumn in My Heart, All In, Full House, That Winter, the Wind Blows, Descendants of the Sun, and Encounter
|Birth Date||:||22 November 1981|
|Birth Place||:||Dalseo-gu, Daegu, South Korea|
Her film work includes Hwang Jin Yi, The Grandmaster, My Brilliant Life, and The Queens.
A Reason to Live [27 October 2011 (South Korea)]
A Reason to Live is a 2011 South Korean film written and directed by Lee Jeong-hyang. It stars Song Hye-kyo as a director who forgives a teenage boy for killing her fiancé. It premiered at the 2011 Busan International Film Festival, and was released in theaters on October 27, 2011. It received 131,194 admissions.
Camellia [27 October 2011 (Japan)]
Three short films revolve around a transvestite (Michael Shaowanasai), a mysterious woman and a future where you can buy love.
Fetish [May 2008 (New York)]
After moving to suburban New Jersey with her husband, a Korean woman (Song Hye-ko) becomes curiously obsessed with the Caucasian couple who live next door.
Hwang Jin Yi [27 December 2007 (South Korea)]
A detective begins to crack under the strain of investigating a pair of brutal murders.
My Brilliant Life [3 September 2014 (South Korea)]
Dae-soo and Mi-ra have Ah-reum when they are 17. Ah-reum is diagnosed with progeria, and as his body rapidly ages, his finds comfort in writing a story about how his young parents fell in love.
My Girl and I [22 December 2005 (South Korea)]
My Girl and I is a 2005 South Korean film directed by Jeon Yun-su. It is a remake of the Japanese film Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World, adapted from the novel Socrates in Love by Kyoichi Katayama.
The Crossing [2 December 2014 (China)]
The Crossing 2 [30 July 2015 (China)]
The Grandmaster [8 January 2013 (China)]
The peaceful life of Ip Man, a martial artist, is threatened when he is chosen by the Southern masters to represent them so he can take on Gong Yutian, a martial arts grandmaster from the North.
The Queens [15 April 2015 (China)]
The Queens is a 2015 Chinese romance film based on the novel of the same name. The film is directed by Annie Yi and produced by Annie Yi and Ann An. It stars Song Hye-kyo, Shawn Dou, Joe Chen, Tony Yang, Vivian Wu, Jiang Wu, Joe Cheng, Qin Hao, and Annie Yi. The Queens was released on 16 April 2015.
- 22 November 1981.
- Dalseo-gu, Daegu, South Korea.
- South Korean.
- 1.61 m.