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Song Hey-kyo Wiki/Biography
Song Hey-kyo was born on the 22nd November 1981, in Dalseo District, Daegu, South Korea, and is an actress, best known to the world as Kang, Mo-Yeon in the TV series “Descendants of the Sun”, and also as Yun / Choi Eun-seo in the TV series “Autumn in My Heart”, among other differing appearances she has made so far in her career.
Have you ever wondered how rich Song Hye-kyo is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Hye-kyo’s net worth is as high as $15 million, earned through her successful career in the world of entertainment, active since the mid- ‘90s.
Song Hye-kyo Net Worth $15 Million
From the moment she entered this world, Song fell ill, and both her parents and doctors feared for her life. Luckily, Song recovered, and her parents registered her birthdate on 26th February 1982, marking the day of her full recovery.
She was brought up by her mother in Gangnam District, Seoul, as her parents divorced. During her elementary school, Song attended figure skating lessons. but as soon as she hit eighth grade stopped taking classes. After high school, Song enrolled at Sejong University, where she majored in Film Arts.
Song’s career started in 1996 when she won first place in the SunKyung Smart Model Contest, and after that featured as a model for the school uniform company. After discovering her acting and modeling talents, Song was cast in the TV drama series “First Love” in a minor role, but she was soon given engagements in a string of Korean dramas, and comedies, including “Soonpoong Clinic”. However, this had little effect on her popularity and wealth, but it certainly helped her gain experience for her future career.
All her previous efforts became beneficial, when she was given the role of Yun / Choi Eun-seo in the TV drama series “Autumn in My Heart” in 2000, which had put her on the Asian acting scene, and in the next few years, Song earned a name for herself with appearances in such productions as the TV series “Full House” (2004), the film “My Girl and I” in 2005, and the film “Make Yourself at Home” in 2008, which was her American debut, which really laid the basis for her net worth.
Song, now an accomplished actress, was looking to build on the momentum, and in 2013 struck success again with the role of Oh Young in the TV mini-series “That Winter, the Wind Blows”, which became extremely popular across Asia, but her breakthrough came more recently with the role of Kang, Mo Yeon in the TV drama series “Descendants of the Sun”, in which she stars next to Joong-Ki Song and Goo-seo Jin. She won the Most Popular Actress Award for her performance in the series, given by Baek Sang Art Awards.
She is now working on the romantic drama film “Ships Passing in the Night”, which is currently in pre-production and is awaiting its official release date.
When it comes to her personal life and romantic relationships, Song has been married to Song Joong-ki since October 2017. Before marrying Joong-ki, Hye-kyo was in a relationship with actor Lee Byung-hun from April 2003 until June 2004, while from August 2009 until March 2011, she was in a relationship with actor Hyun Bin.
Back in 2012, Song had legal problems for tax evasion, though stated she was unaware of her accountant’s misdoings. Nevertheless, she paid $3.7 million, the full amount she had owed.
|Full Name||Song Hye-kyo|
|Net Worth||$15 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 22, 1981|
|Place Of Birth||Dalseo District, Daegu, South Korea|
|Awards||PaekSang Arts Award for Most Popular Female in Television, Best Couple Award, Grand Prize (Daesang), Paeksang Arts Award for IQIYI Star, Golden Disk Award Golden Video PAVV POP Actor/Actress Award, Asia Best Couple|
|Nominations||Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Leading Actress, Grand Bell Award for Best New Actress, PaekSang Arts Award for Most Popular Actress in Film, PaekSang Arts Award for Best Leading Actress in Television|
|Movies||The Grandmaster, The Queens, The Crossing|
|TV Shows||Descendants of the Sun, Full House, Autumn in My Heart, That Winter, the Wind Blows, The World That They Live In, Hotelier, Soonpoong Clinic, All In, White Nights 3.98, Sunlight Pours Down, Six Siblings, Guardian Angel, First Love, Deadly Eyes, Sweet Bride, Merry Morning, One of a Pair, How Am I?, M...|
|1||She was born in Daegu, South Korea but her family moved up to Seoul when she was a small child.|
|2||In 2013, at the 6th Korea Drama Awards, she was awarded the Grand Prize for her role in That Winter, the wind blows.|
|3||From 2008 to 2011, she was romantically linked with Hyun Bin, who co-starred with her in TV Drama Worlds Within.|
|4||Circa 2003, she was romantically linked with Byung Heon Lee, who co-starred with her in TV Drama All in.|
|5||In 2011, at the 12th Women in Film Korea Awards, she was awarded the Best Actress award for her role in A reason to live.|
|6||In 2013, at the 49th Baeksang Art Awards, she was awarded the Best Actress for her role in That Winter, the wind blows.|
|7||An only child.|
|8||Christian name is Lorraine.|
|9||She is a former figure skater.|
|Ships Passing in the Night||pre-production||Hana|
|Tae-yang-eui hoo-ye||2016-2017||TV Series||Kang, Mo-Yeon / Kang, Mo-Yeon (2016)|
|Wo shi nv wang||2015||Annie|
|The Crossing||2014/I||Zhou Yunfen|
|That Winter, the Wind Blows||2013||TV Mini-Series||Oh Young|
|The Grandmaster||2013||Zhang Yongcheng|
|Kamelia||2010||segment "Love for Sale"|
|Keudeuli Saneun Sesang||2008||TV Series||Joo Joon Young|
|Make Yourself at Home||2008||Sookhy|
|Hwang Jin-yi||2007||Hwang Jin Yi|
|Pool ha-woo-seu||2004||TV Series||Han Ji-eun|
|Haetbit ssodajida||2004||TV Series||Ji Yeon-wu|
|All In||2003||TV Series||Min Su-yeon|
|Gaeul donghwa||2000||TV Mini-Series||Yun / Choi Eun-seo|
|2016||Baek Sang TV||Baek Sang Art Awards||Most Popular Actress||Tae-yang-eui hoo-ye (2016)|
|2016||Baek Sang TV||Baek Sang Art Awards||Best Actress||Tae-yang-eui hoo-ye (2016)|
|2013||Baek Sang TV||Baek Sang Art Awards||Best Actress||That Winter, the Wind Blows (2013)|
|2013||Baek Sang TV||Baek Sang Art Awards||Most Popular Actress||That Winter, the Wind Blows (2013)|