Let’s Meet The Young and Beautiful, Talented South Korean Actress Kim Sae-ron
Kim Sae-ron is a popular South Korean actress, MC, and model. She was born on July 31st, 2000, in Seoul, South Korea. She made her acting debut at the age of nine. She has two younger sisters named Kim Ah-ron and Kim Ye-ron who have also entered the entertainment world. Kim Sae-ron made her acting debut through a feature film titled A Brand New Life in 2009. Thanks to the film, she became the youngest actress from Korea to be invited to the Cannes Film Festival. The following year (2010), she again starred in a film with the famous actor Won Bin. The title of the film is The Man From Nowhere, which became one of the best-selling films in Korea in 2010. Thanks to her good acting, Kim Sae-ron won several awards in the Best New Actress category.
In this article, Byeol Korea will provide you with details about the top movies and dramas featuring young and talented actress Kim Sae-ron. So, stay tuned!
Kim Sae-ron began her career when she was nine years old and became a popular child star proving her worth as an actress by acting in the films A Brand New Life (2009) and The Man From Nowhere (2010). She has also starred in television drama series, including Listen to My Heart (2011), The Queen’s Classroom (2013) and Hi! School-Love On (2014). Her first adult leading role was in the television drama Mirror of the Witch (2016).
Can You Hear My Heart?
The Korean romantic drama Can You Hear My Heart was produced in 2011, and revolves around the story of three main characters: Cha Dong-joo (Kim Jae-won), Bong Woo-ri (Hwang Jung-Eum), and Bong Ma-roo (Nam Goong-min). The life of each of the three of them is related to one another and it actually started since they were in elementary school.
Family relationships can often be complicated and troublesome. Bong Woo-ri is a loving, dutiful daughter who does her best to accommodate the needs of her deaf mother and mentally challenged stepfather. After a tragedy that takes the life of her mother, Bong Woo-ri’s step-brother, Bong Ma-roo, leaves after promising to come back but never does. As Bong Woo-ri grows up and searches for her stepbrother, she meets Cha Dong-joo, a young man from a wealthy family who is tortured by family secrets that he witnessed as a boy. Although Cha Dong-joo lost his hearing in a childhood accident, he has learned to compensate for his disability so that he can keep his deafness a secret from those around him. Cha Dong-joo and Bong Woo-ri learn that they are connected by Bong Ma-roo, who has taken on a new identity as Jang Joon-ha. How will the three cope with the knowledge of their unexpected connection?
The Queen’s Classroom
The Queen’s Classroom is a South Korean television series starring Go Hyun-jung. This television series is an adaptation drama of the popular Japanese drama with the same title (Japanese: 女王 の 教室, Read: Jyoou no Kyoushitsu) which aired on NTV in 2005. This television series depicts a perfectionist teacher who is rigid and has a unique teaching method that is in conflict with the sixth-grade students who are very young, during the period of one school year.
Now here is one person who tells the inconvenient truth to children. Ma Yeo-jin also takes it one step further. She perpetuates the ugly side of our immoral society by becoming a controlling and manipulative teacher. In class, the students are taught what behaviors to adopt in mock circumstances that reflect actual life. Her students are instilled with fear, stung by hurtful remarks, and betrayed by classmates under Ma Yeo-jin‘s manipulative ways. But gradually, the students learn to become independent and self-reliant.
Hi! School: Love On
Hi! School: Love On is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Kim Sae-ron, Nam Woo-hyun, and Lee Sung-yeol from Infinite. The drama was broadcast on KBS2 from July 11th to December 19th, 2014, on Fridays for a total of 20 episodes. Hi! School: Love On is a teen fantasy romance series about an angel who has no choice but to become a human after unintentionally saving a male student in danger. The now-mortal angel then interacts with teenage high school students and learns about love, friendship, and what it means to be human.
Lee Seul-bi is an angel who is sent to Earth to look after Shin Woo-hyun, who lives with his grandmother and carries emotional scars from being abandoned by his parents. Despite his cold demeanor, Shin Woo-hyun is popular in school because of his good looks and singing ability. When his best friend, Hwang Sung-yeol, finds out a secret that ties them together and also develops feelings for Lee Seul-bi, who is posing as a fellow student at their school, the best friends turn into rivals.