Ha Ji-won is one of Korean cinema’s top actresses. She is also noted for her versatility as an actress in genres like comedy, drama and action.
She started her career playing supporting roles in television productions. In 2002, Ha Ji-won had her breakthrough role as the lead in the horror film Phone, earning her a best actress nomination at the Blue Dragon Film Awards. Since then she has gone on to make films like the Sex Is Zero, Reversal of Fortune, 100 Days with Mr. Arrogant and more recently Sector 7. She has also starred in the movie Haeundae.
She has also starred in the TV series Something Happened in Bali in early 2004, co-starring Zo In-sung and So Ji-sub. In that project, she played tour guide Lee Soo-jeong, who consequently attracted two men whom she did not like. She won a Baek-Sang Best Actress Award for her performance in this drama.
In 2010, she starred as Gil Ra Im in the fantasy drama, Secret Garden with Hyun Bin.
In 2011, she starred in Sector 7, South Korea's first 3D IMAX film, which has broken the year's box office records since its opening on 4 August. On 28 October, Ha Ji Won along with Kim Hyun Joong of SS501 acted as emcee at the 2011 K-Pop Super Concert held at Gwangalli Beach in Busan, which was broadcast on SBS on 6 November.
In 2012, she starred as a female North Korean Special forces officer instructor Kim Hang Ah in the TV series The King 2 Hearts co-starring Lee Seung Gi and also starred in the film As One as Hyun Jung-hwa co-starring Bae Doona.
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