| Bang Min-seo|
| December 1, 1967 (age 48) (1967-12-01) South Korea|
Seoul Institute of the Arts - Theater Studies
Blue Dragon Entertainment
Kim Nam Hee (m. 2010), Sung Wan-kyung (m. 2000–2003)
Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Supporting Actress, Grand Bell Award for Best Supporting Actress
Can't Take It Any, High Society, All My Love, No 3, The Suspicious Housekeeper
Go Doo‑shim, Yun Ju‑Sang, Kyeong‑eup Nam, Ahn Yeon Hong, Kim Kap‑soo
Bang Eun-hee (born Bang Min-seo on December 1, 1967) is a South Korean actress. Bang made her acting debut in 1988, and rose to fame after being cast as the lead actress in Im Kwon-taek's General's Son (1990). She has starred in films and television dramas such as The Day a Pig Fell into the Well (1996), No. 3 (1997), 3PM Paradise Bath House (1997), Shadows of an Old Love (1998), Legend of Hyang Dan (2007), Daebak Life (2008), and All My Love (2010).
Bang married Kim Nam-hee, CEO of NH Media, on September 9, 2010. As of 2016, she is now represented by the agency.
Bang Eun-hee Wikipedia