Kang Hye-Jung

Kang Hye-Jung Net Worth, Age, Bio, Wiki, Height, Weight, Facts, Films

Kang Hye-Jung biography

Kang Hye-Jung

Kang Hye-jung is famous as a South Korean actress who was born on born January 4, 1982, in Incheon, South Korea.  In the late 1990s, Kang displayed in small roles in TV dramas and sitcoms such as Jump and Nonstop 3. In 2006, she featured in Love Phobia inverse then-sweetheart Cho Seung-charm, just as the Thai movie Invisible Waves by rising executive star Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. Kang featured in her subsequent stage play Educating Rita in late 2014, about the connection between a beautician and a moderately aged-college lecturer. She likewise assumed a supporting part in the film How to Steal a Dog.

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Kang Hye-Jung

Real NameKang Hye-jung
Nick NameKang Hye-jung
ProfessionMovie Actress
Date of BirthJanuary 4, 1982
Age38 years
Zodiac SignCapricorn
BirthplaceSouth Korea
NationalityKorean
Parents NameNA
Husband Tablo
ChildrenHaru

Kang Hye-Jung Net Worth and Income in 2021

Kang Hye-Jung networth, income, salary

Kang Hye-Jung

Net Worth $1.5 Million - $5.5 Million
Source of IncomeMovie Actress
Place of livingNA
Car2

Kang Hye-Jung height and weight

Kang Hye-Jung

Height in feet5 Feet 6 Inches
Weight in Kilograms52 Kg
Body TypeSlim
Shoe Size7 US
Dress Size5 US
Skin colorFair
Hair TypeStraight
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack

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Facts about kang Hye-Jung

  • she is likewise notable for her Korean Film Award and Blue Dragon Film Award-winning depiction of Yeo-il in the acclaimed 2005 film Welcome to Dongmakgol.
  • Kang studied Performing Arts at the Seoul Institute of the Arts.
  • On October 26, 2009, Kang wedded Tablo of hip jump bunch Epik High while she was three months pregnant. The couple’s girl, Haru, was brought into the world on May 2, 2010.

Films of kang Hye-Jung

  • Flush
  • Nabi
  • Three… Extremes
  • Rules of Dating
  • Invisible Waves
  • Herb
  • Why Did You Come to My House?
  • Wedding Palace
  • Behind the Camera
  • My Wife
  • The Man Only I Can See