A string of memorable movies kicked off Kim Yeo-Jin’s acting career in her native South Korea, and she hasn’t stopped building on her credits since. Her debut role as Soon in Girls’ Night Out (2008), for which she won rave reviews, is also her skinematic debut. We’re treated to Kim riding some lucky young fellow, and we’re introduced to her tiny tatas, out in the open for anyone (us!) to admire. The compact and comely lass also portrayed Jin-jong in Painted Fire (2002), for which she won the BCFA award for Best Supporting Actress, and the talented thespian earned another one for her part as Jong’s mother in Children… (2011), and even one more for her role as Hongja in Peppermint Candy (1999). She is also known for her character Misook in the film Last Child (2017). Kim is no stranger to television fans, either, and her fabulous face and figure can be seen on a number of series, in regular roles as Dr. Jan Deok in The Great Jang-Geum in 2004, as Lee Seo Woo in The World That They Lived In in 2008, in Can You Hear My Heart? As Na Mi-sook in 2011, in 2014 as Oh Do-Jung in Pride and Prejudice (not the Jane Austen version), as the coolly named Mrs. Go in Solomon’s Perjury from 2016-2017, as Min Ji-sook in Witch’s Court in 2017, in Rookie Historian Goo Hae-Ryung in 2019 as Queen Dowager Yim, as Lee Haegyoung in Extracurricular and Sung Hyun Ja in Welcome in 2020, and as Choi Myung Hee in Vincenzo in 2021. Kim: Proving good things come in tiny packages!