Kim So-hyun vs Bo Shijiu

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Net worth 2018
$1.4 Billion
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
Logistics
Australia
Residence
Beijing, China
South Korean
Country
China
04/06/1999
BirthDay
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2017

She also worked as a voice actor in the successful Japanese anime film ‘Your Name’ in 2017

2016

In 2016, she also appeared in a horror comedy series titled ‘Hey Ghost, Lets Fight’ and ‘Page Turner’

2015

Apart from acting, she also happens to be quite a beloved host and has hosted many major Korean award functions such as Mnet Asian Music Awards in 2015 and KBS Drama awards in the same year

2013

Her rising fame resulted in a few more stints other than acting and in 2013, she hosted ‘Music Core’ a musical programme

2012

And in the year 2012 started the best phase of her professional career and it began when she featured in the period drama ‘Moon Embracing the Sun’

2010

In 2010, she made her big screen debut in the film ‘Man of Vendetta’, about a pastor, who experiences a massive change in his life once his daughter gets abducted

2009

In the 2009, CBS drama show ‘Ja Myung Go’, which was based on an ancient Korean fairytale, she portrayed the role of a young Myo-ri, for which she was further appreciated and around the same time, she had made her film debut with a small role in the short film ‘My name is Pity’

2007

In 2007, she continued playing the child counterparts of the lead protagonists in the series’ such as ‘Que Sera Sera’ and ‘A Happy Woman’, and her performance kept earning praises for the natural portrayal of the seemingly complex characters

2006

At the age of 7, Kim So-hyun got signed under the biggest talent management agency in South Korea by the name of Sidus HQ and under that, little Kim, accompanied by her mother, started auditioning for several roles and her first on-screen stint turned out to be ‘Ten Minute Minor’, a special episode of ‘Drama City’ in the year 2006

1999

Kim So-hyun was born on 4th June 1999 to South Korean parents, who were living in Australia at that time