Ga-on Kim (m. 2012)
| July 21, 1976 (age 39) (1976-07-21) Seoul, South Korea|
Seoul Institute of the Arts - Broadcasting and Entertainment
Hannam University - Child and Social Welfare
Grand Bell Award Popularity Award, Blue Dragon Film Award Popular Star Award - Female
Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Supporting Actress, Grand Bell Award for Best Supporting Actress
The Great Wives, King and the Clown, Now On My Way to Meet You, Tazza, Single Dad in Love
Kim Ji Young, Woo‑seul‑hye Hwang, Lee Joon‑ik, Yoichi Sai
Kang Sung-yeon (born July 21, 1976) is a South Korean actress. Kang made her acting debut in 1996 through MBC's Open Recruitment. Although her main profession was acting, she also contributed songs to several soundtracks and released two albums in 2001-2002 under the stage name Bobo. Then in 2005, Kang rose to fame when she played Prince Yeonsan's concubine Jang Nok-su in King and the Clown, a period film that drew 12.3 admissions, making it (at the time) the highest-grossing domestic film in Korean cinema history. Kang continued to star in television dramas such as Let's Get Married (2005), New Wise Mother, Good Wife (2007), Single Dad in Love (2008), Tazza (2008), and Wife Returns (2009). From 2012 to 2014, she hosted her own poetry reading program on EBS Radio.
Kang married jazz pianist Kim Ka-on on January 6, 2012. They have a son.
Kang Sung-yeon Wikipedia