Tuesday, 7 April 2009

Gu Hye Sun (구혜선)

Hidden beneath the pretty innocent face, flawless fair skin and huge eyes, Gu Hye Sun is an accomplished actress blessed with many talents.

Best known for her lead role in Boys Before Flowers as the spunky Geum Jan-di, Gu can sing, draw and has published a novel. Now that isn't all, she has even written and directed a short film entitled The Cheerful Caretaker (유쾌한 도우미). Gu who can hold her own on the piano, also wrote the theme song for her short film.


Gu Hye Sun's book is entitled Tango and it is a fiction, based on the memories of her own bittersweet first relationship. The Seoul Art College alumni also illustrated the book cover and the book comes with around 40 of her own illustrations. It was published on March 31, 2009 and she worked on her book while she was in the middle of filming Boys Before Flowers.

Gu made her debut in 2002 in a CF advertising computers 삼보컴퓨터 슬림PC. She has since added a long string of dramas to her credit, hosted music program SBS Inkigayo (2006 - 2007), hosted the SBS Drama Award 2007 and sang the theme song for her drama Pure 19.

Let's get to know the very talented and artistic Gu Hye Sun.


Date of birth: 09 November 1984
Birth place:
Seoul, South Korea

Height:
163cm

Weight:
42kg

Family:
Father, Mother, Older sister

Blood type:
A

Talent agency:
YG Entertainment


Education:

  • Shin Chon Elementary School
  • Bu Pyeong Dong Elementary School
  • Bu Heung Middle School
  • Bu Pyeong Girls' High School
  • Seoul Art College
Dramas:
  • Boys Before Flowers (KBS 2009)
  • Strongest Chil Woo (KBS 2008)
  • The King and I (SBS 2005)
  • Pure 19 (KBS 2006)
  • Ballad of Suh Dong (SBS 2005)
  • Drama City 다함께차차차(KBS 2005)
  • Nonstop 5 (MBC 2004)
  • Drama City 아나그램 (KBS 2004)
TV Programs:
  • 2006 SBS Inkigayo MC
Movie:
  • August Rush (cameo, 2007)
    Gu Hye Sun and Tablo made a cameo appearance in this Hollywood movie starring Robin Williams.


Gu Hye Sun illustrated the cover of her book - Tango



Sources: Dramawiki, Gu Hye Sun official website, Dramabeans

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16 Comments:

cj said...

this is what i'm talking about! that girl is so multi-talented and she is really master of all trades!

gah...

아이스Aiseu said...

wow...she does have a lot of talent. Good for u hye sun!

yin said...

she is ... wow .
seriously she's so talented !

total opposite image of geum jandi . xD

jicks said...

^geum jan di might not be as book-smart but i think she & goo hye sun seem to have that same kinda warm spirit..

i love her even more now that i know she's so diverse in her arts xD

Orchid said...

I'm really tempted to get her book.

farid said...

where is she in the movie august rush? which scene?

Anonymous said...

goodness
she looks so much prettier with her long hair=)

nanienooraini said...

wow! she's perfect!

Anonymous said...

love her!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Freakin' unbelievable while shooting BOF, she wrote the novel, Tango. o_O
As you know, nearly all the staff of BOF used to sleep 0~2 hrs per night!

I'm actually more interested in checking out her first independent film, "The Cheerful Caretaker (유쾌한 도우미) that she wrote and directed.

She is known among her colleagues for being extremely nice and always smiley to everyone around her however exhausted she is.

I like the fact that she's so soft/mild to others but strict to herself.
Very strong human-being, indeed!

What can I say?
Her Sun Sign & Rising Sign is "Scorpio" (charismatic, devoted to work, professional, versatile, artistic)
and her blood type is "A" (kind to others, being a perfectionist, etc..) ^_^

ana said...

that illustration also published as the cover album for singer Gummy, on her 4th album.

i say.. she's so much like jandi. warm and hardworking. but, minus the stupid part because she's a smart and multi talented person.

Anonymous said...

Finally..people who notices my favorite korean actress. Aja aja GHS!

kaiye said...

I bumped into this blog while I was searching for Goo Hye Sun's novel, Tango. Does anyone know where can I buy mandarin version of this book? I really want to read it.

Thanks!

kaiye said...

Ohya, I am a Malaysian. So where can I get that book in Malaysia?

Liz said...

@kaiye: I don't think it's selling in Malaysia. Maybe you can order it online?

kaiye said...

I wish I can but I don't have a visa card or smthg along that line.. I can't pay if I order it online.. plus I never bought anything online and don't really know how..

Btw, is it all in Korean? :( I can't read korean. Do you know is there any translated copies? Otherwise, I will just be wasting my time searching for something that doesn't exist. Hah.. Anyway, thanks for helping. I really want to read it. :( Thanks a lot!:)

 

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