| Kim Moon-joo|
| July 7, 1985 (age 30) (1985-07-07) Seoul, South Korea|
Blue Dragon Film Award for Best New Actress, Grand Bell Award for Best Supporting Actress
Cinderella's Sister, Flames of Desire, The Housemaid, Glass Mask, If Tomorrow Comes
Seo Hyun‑jin, Im Sang‑soo, Jeon Do‑yeon, Eun‑Kyung Shin, Lee Kyoung‑mi
Seo Woo Wikipedia
Seo Woo (Under her real name: Kim Moon-joo, born on July 7, 1985) is a South Korean actress. After her breakout role in Crush and Blush, (2008) Seo Woo continued to work in the film and television industry. She is most notable for her roles in the films Paju and The Housemaid, as well as her roles in the TV dramas Tamra, the Island, Cinderella's Sister and Flames of Desire. In June 2016, she finally signed an exclusive contract with Cube Entertainment.
Seo Woo first became known to the public as the "4D Girl" (wacky girl) in the popular "Ok me wa ka" commercial promoting the Lotte ice cream brand. After her debut as a supporting actress in the 2007 film My Son, she successfully auditioned and landed the part in the sitcom Kimchi Cheese Smile.
The following year, Seo Woo received her breakout role in the black comedy Crush and Blush. She received considerable attention and numerous awards for her success in the part. In 2009 Seo Woo took on the lead role in the cult favorite Tamra, the Island, a period drama set on Jeju Island. She then contributed her vocals to "My Fair Lady," one of the tracks in Lee Seung-hwan's 20th anniversary album Hwantastic Friends.
Seo Woo continued to challenge herself, delivering a much-praised turn in arthouse film Paju, and landing a role opposite celebrated actress Jeon Do-yeon in The Housemaid, which screened in competition at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.
She and Moon Geun-young played siblings in the popular modern fairytale retelling Cinderella's Sister, but Seo Woo later said she considers it her worst performance, despite being the character she worked hardest on. Afterwards she played a complex character in the critically lauded melodrama Flames of Desire.
In the family drama If Tomorrow Comes she played a cheerful daughter to veteran actress Go Doo-shim. She next portrayed a calm yet brave art major in the fantasy-horror TV movie Knock, about a magical mask passed down in a shaman family.
From 2013 to 2014, she played a Baekje-era femme fatale in the daily period drama The King's Daughter, Soo Baek-hyang.
On June 2016, Seo signed with new management agency Cube Entertainment.