Sneha Girap (Editor)

Um Aing ran

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Full Name  Eom in-gi
Role  Actress
Hanja  嚴鶯蘭
Name  Um Aing-ran

Hangul  엄앵란
Hangul  엄인기
Occupation  Actress
McCune–Reischauer  Om Aeng-ran
Spouse  Shin Seong-il (m. 1964)
Um Aing-ran wwwhancinemanetphotosfullsizephoto576621jpg
Born  March 20, 1936 (age 79) (1936-03-20) Seoul, South Korea
Children  Seok-Hyun Kang, Kang Kyung-ah, Kang Su-hwa
Education  Sookmyung Women's University (1959), Hanyang Cyber University
Awards  Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Leading Actress, Blue Dragon Film Award Popular Star Award - Female
Movies and TV shows  Barefooted Youth, The Housemaid, The Daughters of Kim's P, The Coachman, The North and South
Similar People  Shin Seong‑il, Choi Moo‑ryong, Soo‑yong Kim, Yu Hyun‑mok, Shin Sang‑ok

Revised Romanization  Eom Aeng-ran

Um Aing-ran (born March 20, 1936) is a South Korean actress. She has starred in about 190 films, and gained a popularity with the image of "a cheerful female college student" in the 1960s. Her marriage with Shin Seong-il, a colleague actor and big star of the time, attracted national attention. Since then she had been retired from the film industry, but returned as a TV show guest and host in the 1990s. The couple have three children.

Contents

Filmography

*Note; the whole list is referenced.

Awards

  • 1963 the 3rd Blue Dragon Film Awards : Favorite Actress
  • 1964 the 3rd Blue Dragon Film Awards : Favorite Actress
  • 1965 the 3rd Blue Dragon Film Awards : Best Actress for The Beautiful Eyes (아름다운 눈동자 Areumdaun Nundongja)
  • References

    Um Aing-ran Wikipedia


    Topics
     
    B
    i
    Link
    H2
    L