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S. Korean Actress Kim Tae-Hee
South Korean actress Kim Tae-Hee is getting the media attention for her voluminous body, according to the local news reports.

Recently Kim displayed her beautiful body on a local TV channel.

Here are the details of one of South Korea's most attractive and popular actresses.

Kim was born on March 29, 1980). She is a South Korean actress and model. She is best known for her roles in Korean dramas such as Iris, Love Story in Harvard, My Princess and Stairway to Heaven. She is considered one of Korea's most beautiful women.

Kim Tae-hee was born on 29 March 1980 in Busan, South Korea. She is the second of three children. Kim has an older sister and a younger brother, Lee Wan, who is also an actor and appeared in her television series Stairway to Heaven.

Kim moved to Ulsan as a child. She had an average of ‘100′ for all subjects throughout her three years in middle school. She enrolled at Ulsan Girls High School, and later moved to Seoul to attend college.

Kim began her career as a model and in television commercials, and she made her film debut in Last Present. She rose to stardom via her portrayal of the evil stepsister in the popular SBS TV series Stairway to Heaven.

Her other TV projects include the supernatural KBS series Forbidden Love and the SBS campus romance Love Story in Harvard. Both series were successful, and for her performance in Forbidden Love she was honoured with the Best Female Newcomer award.

Kim then turned to film, starring in The Restless and the romantic comedy Venus and Mars.

In 2009 she returned to the small screen in the action thriller Iris with Lee Byung-hun. It was one of the most expensive dramas ever produced and was a critical and commercial success with an average rating of 30%.

It was the top rated program every week after its debut. She also played a horse jockey who dreams of winning the Grand Prix championship in the film Grand Prix.

After the success of Iris, she played the lead in the romantic comedy My Princess alongside Song Seung-heon. My Princess began airing on 5 January 2011. Her character was Lee Seol, an ordinary college student who discovers that she is a princess. In late 2011 she starred in her first Japanese drama Boku to Star no 99 Nichi as Han Yuna, a big South Korean star. One day she meets an ordinary, and pretty boring, 40-year-old man who somehow makes her fall head over heels in love with him.

In 2013, Kim starred in her first historical drama Jang Ok Jung, Live for Love as the infamous royal concubine Jang Hui-bin.

In 2005, she graduated from the prestigious Seoul National University with a degree in Fashion Design and was the president of the SNU Women’s Ski Club.

According to an article, Rain and Kim Tae Hee are dating, and on 2 January 2013 her agency confirmed the relationship: “It is true that they have met, but at the present time they are slowly beginning to know more about each other with good and positive feelings,” and “It has been about a month since their first meeting.”

Kim is one of the most popular and in-demand product endorsers in Korea. She has been a spokesperson for popular brands including Cyon, Paris Baguette, LG, iriver, Hera, Ohui, Vivian, Daewoo Matiz, Klasse, Samsung, Beans Avenue, Olympus, My House/Root, Crencia, KT Smard Card, Calli, ZEC, BC Card, Maxwell House, S-Oil, Corn Silk Tae, Toyota and Prugio.


Date of Birth: March 29, 1980 (age 32)
Birth Place: Busan, S. Korea
Nationality: S. Korean
Education: Ulsan Girls High School,
Seoul National University (SNU)
Alma Mater: Seoul National University (B.A. Fashion Design)
Occupation: Actress, Model
Years Active: 2001 – present
Height: 1.62 m (5 ft 4 in)[2]
Relatives: Lee Wan (brother)
Korean name: 김태희 (金泰希)
Website: www.sp-kimtaehee.net
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