Choi Soo-jong (m. 1993)
| GH Entertainment|
| January 2, 1969 (age 47) (1969-01-02) Seongbuk District, Seoul, South Korea|
Starlight at Night, Love of Grass Leaves
Choi Yoon-seo, Choi Min-seo
PaekSang Arts Award for Most Popular Female in Television
Choi Soo-jong, Sang-hun Mun
Ha Hee-ra (born October 30, 1969) is a South Korean actress. She was born in Seoul to a Taiwanese immigrant father and a Korean mother. Ha began her acting career in 1981 when she was in the sixth grade, appearing mostly in films for teenagers. In the 1990s, Ha became one of the top actresses in Korean television, along with Chae Shi-ra and Kim Hee-ae. Among her notable dramas include What Women Want (1990), What Is Love (1991), The Break of Dawn (1993), Catching Up with Gangnam Moms (2007) and President (2010).
She married actor Choi Soo-jong in November 1993, and obtained a South Korean citizenship after their wedding. The couple have two children: son Min-seo and daughter Yoon-seo.
Ha Hee-ra Wikipedia