Although she is best known in the English-speaking world for her role as Sun on the American television series Lost, Kim has also appeared in numerous film and TV projects in South Korea and she speaks Korean.
Kim appeared in Maxim again in March 2007, where she was described as "the Korean Julia Roberts" in her native Korea.
Kim won the 2008 Daejong Award's Lead Actress Award for "Seven Days(2007)" on June 27th, 2008, in South Korea.
Shiri was South Korea's first blockbuster film and became the highest grossing film in the history of Korean cinema in 1999. aka Gingko Bed 2 (2000) (informal English title)**...
Over the next several years, she starred in five additional films. aka Moyuru Tsuki: The Legend of Gingko (2000)* "Swiri" (1999) ...
This was followed by two other roles in "Foreboding" and the miniseries "Wedding Dress".
Then in 1997 she was offered a script for her debut film, "Shiri" (1999).A series of high-profile roles in such profitable South Korean features as Iron Palm and Yesterday were quick to follow, and after appearing in the 2002 Hong Kong drama Milae, Kim returned stateside to essay the role as one half of a South Korean couple whose airplane crash lands them on a mysterious island in Lost.Early life Kim was born in called and persuaded her to return to her country of origin, to appear in the South Korean TV drama "A Gorgeous Vacation".En mai 2015, il promeut le parfum en France et monte les marches du Festival de Cannes.L'acteur est interviewé par Christophe Beaugrand pour l'émission 50 minutes inside sur TF1 un peu avant sa montée des marches.In July 2003, Kim signed a three-year contract with William Morris, an American agency representing in the television series "Lost" (2004). aka Mr Iron Palm (2002) (International: English title)* "Rush!