Love Alarm: How Kim So Hyun Transformed From Child Actress To K-Dramas Star

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At 21, Kim So Hyun is one of the few famous actresses who has grown up in front of the screens with an impressive artistic career that has a long list of dramatic productions dating back to 2007 when she was just seven years old.

The interpreter was first seen on screen with the dramatic productions Que Sera, Sera, and Blissful Woman both broadcast in 2007. Those productions were followed by Hometown Legends (2008), Wife and Woman (2009), Birth of a Rich Man (2010), Bread, Love and Dreams (2010), The Duo (2011), Thorn Birds (2011), and Padam Padam (2011).

Entering adolescence one of his jobs was in the famous K-Drama The Moon That Embraces the Sun (2012), followed by The Rooftop Prince (2012), Love Again (2012), Reckless Family (2012), Ma Boy (2012) ), Missing You (2012), IRIS II (2013), Birth Secret (2013), I Hear Your Voice (2013) and The Suspicious Housekeeper (2013).

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Turning into a beautiful fifteen-year-old girl, Kim So Hyun continued to work tirelessly as an actress in youth roles in the acting world in Triangle (2014), Reset (2014), Different Cries (2014), and The Girl Who Can See. Smells (2015).

His efforts began to pay off with the arrival of the lead in the K-Dramas Who Are You: School 2015 (2015), Nightmare Teacher (2016), Page Turner (2016) and Let’s Fight Ghost (2016). One of her most remembered appearances was with her character as the Queen of Goryeo in the famous Goblin (2016), alongside stars of the level of Gong Yoo.

Kim So Hyun continued in other magnificent productions such as Ruler: Master of the Mask (2017), a guest appearance on While You Were Sleeping (2017), Radio Romance (2018), Love Alarm (2019), The Tale of Nokdu (2019), the recently released Love Alarm 2 (2021) and the controversial River Where the Moon Rises (2021) that is in full transmission.


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