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Kim Hyang Gi (Korean: 김향기; born August 9, 2000), is a prominent Korean Actress who began her career as a child actress. She made her first movie debut in the film Hearty Is... in 2006. She is critically acclaimed for her portrayal of a girl with Asperger's Syndrome in the film Innocent Witness released in 2019. She won Best Actress award at 9th Golden Cinema Film Festival for the role.

Career[]

Kim began her career as a child actress, debuting in a Paris Baguette Commercial  alongside her future co-star Jung Woo Sung and first appeared in the animal film Heart Is... in 2006 alongside Yoo Seung-ho. Thereafter she starred in melodrama film Cherry Tomato, which depicts the poverty-stricken life of an old man and his granddaughter. One of Kim's earlier notable roles were in the drama film Wedding Dress where she played Song Yoon-ah's daughter.

In 2013, Kim starred in the television drama The Queen's Classroom, which won her a Best Young Actress Award at the 2013 MBC Drama Awards. Kim next appeared in Thread of Lies, a film adaptation of Kim Ryeo-ryeong's novel Elegant Lies about a willful girl seeking the truth behind her sister's suicide. Her performance as a victim of bully won her the Best New Actress award at the Baeksang Arts Awards.

In 2015, Kim had a lead role in the Drama City television special, Snowy Road. The two-part drama series is about the "comfort women" in Korea under Japanese rule during World War II, and was later released as a film in theaters.

In 2017, Kim starred in the web drama Sweet Revenge, which earned positive reviews and had over 11 million views online. The same year, she starred in the fantasy blockbuster Along With the Gods: The Two Worlds. The film was the second highest-grossing film in South Korea, and Kim won the Best Supporting Actress award at the Blue Dragon Awards. Kim subsequently reprised her role in the sequel of the film, Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days.

In 2018, Kim starred in the drama film Young Joo, playing a lonely girl whose environment has forced her to grow up too fast. The same year, she was cast in the two-episode romance drama Drunk in Good Taste.

In 2019, Kim reunited with and starred alongside Jung Woo-sung in the drama film Innocent Witness. She earned positive reviews for her portrayal of a girl who suffers from a developmental disorder. She also appeared in the youth drama At Eighteen alongside Ong Seong-wu.

In 2022, Kim is set to star in Hansan and has been cast in the drama Fly High Butterfly.

Filmography[]

Film[]

Year Title Role
2006 Heart Is... So Yi
2008 Cherry Tomato Da Seong
Girl Scout Yoon Yi
Santamaria young Ho Kyung
2009 Private Eye Byul Yi
2010 Wedding Dress Jang So Ra
Troubleshooter Kang Soo Jin
2011 Late Blossom Street light kid
2012 The Grand Heist Nan Yi
A Werewolf Boy Sun Ja
2014 Thread of Lies Cheon Ji
2016 A Letter from Prison Kwon Dong Hyun
2017 Along With the Gods: The Two Worlds Duk Choon
Snowy Road Choi Jong Boon
2018 Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days Duk Choon
Young Joo Young Ju
2019 Innocent Witness Ji Woo
2021 I Ah Young
Space Sweepers Robot Bubs
2022 Hansan Jeong Bo Reum
Poong, the Joseon Psychiatrist Seo Eun Woo

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