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Name  Bak Sin-hee
Role  Voice actress

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Bak Sin Hee (Hangul:박신희) is a Korean voice actor. She began her career as a voice actor by joining Daekyo Broadcasting Corporation at a workout at the end of 2000.

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She joined the Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation's voice acting division in 2002 and achieved stardom as a freelancer in MBC's Magical DoReMi as "Na Mo Mo". She joined the Korea Voice Performance Association in 2005. Currently Bak Sin Hee is cast in the Season 2 Korea TV Edition of "24" as Megan Matheson, replacing Skye McCole Bartusiak. She is also the voice of the navigation product Navi by Hyundai Autonet.

Broadcast TV

  • 24 (television) (replacing Skye McCole Bartusiak, Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • Ojamajo Doremi (Magical Remi) from 2nd Series and 3rd Series, Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (extra guest, Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • CSI: Miami (extra guest, Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • Stupid Puccini (Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • Flower outline Men (Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • Stuart Little (Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • Smallville (TV series) (extra guest, Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • Frog Magical (Daekyo Broadcasting Corporation)
  • Little Truck Trio (Daekyo Broadcasting Corporation)
  • Adventure King (Daekyo Broadcasting Corporation)
  • Hit 50 Years (Radio Drama, MBC)
  • Movie dubbing

  • What Women Want (extra guest, Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • The Addams Family (extra guest, Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • Unagi (movie) (extra guest, Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • Ring (film) (extra guest, Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • Vanilla Sky (extra Guest, Korea TV Edition, MBC)
  • Community involvement

  • Country Report (KTV)
  • Valance Generate (KTV)
  • Change Korea (KTV)
  • Samsung Companion Broadcaster
  • Other voice

  • Yoon's English
  • Tuntun English
  • Bean and Ground (Baby Edu instrument)
  • Hyundai Autonet Navigation
  • Frog Magical (Daekyo Broadcasting Corporation, Song record, Opening and Ending)
  • Akubi (anime) (Daekyo Broadcasting Corporation, Song record, Opening and Ending)
  • Magical DoReMi (Korea TV Edition in Song record, Ending, MBC)
  • References

    Bak Sin-hee Wikipedia


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