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Kim Jae Hwa - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career
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Kim Jae Hwa made her acting debut with the movie Harmony in 2009 and began to earn respect following her role in another movie titled As One in 2012.

Throughout her career, she only took minor roles for several projects both movies and drama series like The Yellow Sea (2010), Quick (2011), The Innocent Man (2012), and so on.

In fact, most of the roles she played so far are secondary to others. Though, the gravity of certain characters she played is getting more and more important to the narratives.

That being said, as she gained more experience in handling diverse roles, she started to accept the offer to play a major character, for example, in the drama series Cleaning Up (2022).

Besides being an actress, she has also been active in the realm of TV shows. Some of the TV shows she was featured in are Kick a Goal (2021), Unexpected Business (2021), and Real Men 300 (2018).

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Profile

  • Real Name: Kim Jae Hwa (김재화)
  • Stage Name: Kim Jae Hwa (김재화)
  • Nickname: Jae Hwa (재화)
  • Birthday: September 1, 1980
  • Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
  • Zodiac Sign: Virgo
  • Nationality: South Korean
  • Height: 168 cm (5’6”)
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  • Profession: Actress
  • Education:
    Anyang Arts High School;
    Chung-Ang University (Drama)
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  • Sibling: Kim Hye Wa (Sister)
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Facts

  • Jae Hwa has always felt drawn to acting since the majority of her family was working in the area of arts.
  • Her sister, Kim Hye Hwa, is also an actress.
  • She is close friends with fellow actress Yum Jung Ah.
  • Jae Hwa once participated in a musical and Korean traditional opera.
  • Her ideal type is…
  • Her net worth is around…

Read also: Yum Jung Ah – Biography, Profile, Trivia, Family & Life Story

Movies

  • Smugglers (2022), as a supporting character
  • Beautiful Woman (2022), as a supporting character
  • Missing Yoon (2022), as a supporting character
  • Romance Without Love (2021), as a supporting character
  • Short Bus (2021), as a supporting character
  • Ssanahui Sunjeong (2021), as a supporting character
  • Nothing Serious (2021), as a supporting character
  • Escape from Mogadishu (2021), as Jo Soo Jin
  • Sinkhole (2021), as Kyung Mi
  • Action Hero (2021), as Professor Cha
  • Pawn (2020), as Madame Jung
  • Idol (2019), as Soo Ryun
  • The First Issue (2019), as Hye Soo
  • Door Lock (2018), as Assistant Manager Park
  • Microhabitat (2018), as Jung Mi
  • Love Guide For Dumpees (2016), as Dol Sook
  • Summer Snow (2015), as Choi Mi Yeon
  • Salute D’Amour (2015), as Madam Wang
  • Shoot Me in the Heart (2015), as Princess Buckingham
  • Chronicle of a Blood Merchant (2015), as a supporting character
  • The Royal Tailor (2014), as Ji Mil
  • How to Steal a Dog (2014), as a supporting character
  • Set Me Free (2014), as a supporting character
  • Entangled (2014), as Myung Ja
  • Manhole (2014), as a supporting character
  • Mourning Grave (2014), as a supporting character
  • APOSTLE (2014), as a supporting character
  • Fasten Your Seatbelt (2013), as Kim Hwal Ran
  • Traffickers (2012), as Gong Choon Ja
  • As One (2012), as Deng Ya Ping
  • LOVE CALL (2012), as Ji Won
  • Countdown (2011), as a supporting character
  • Quick (2011), as a supporting character
  • The Yellow Sea (2010), as a supporting character
  • Harmony (2010), as Kwon Dal Nyeo
  • Cathy Blues (2005), as Park Young Sook

Drama Series

  • Why Her? (SBS | 2022), as Cho Kang Ja
  • Cleaning Up (JTBC | 2022), as Maeng Soo Ja
  • Kiss Sixth Sense (Disney+ | 2022), as Jo Sun Hee
  • The King of the Desert (Watcha | 2022), as a supporting character
  • Drama Stage: Way to Ob-Gyn (tvN | 2021), as Han Jae Sook
  • Work Later, Drink Now (TVING | 2021), as a supporting character
  • 2021 Summer Drama Collage: Monster Mansion (Olleh TV | 2021), as a supporting character
  • So Not Worth It (Netflix | 2021), as a supporting character
  • Drama Special: To My Assailant (KBS2 | 2020), as a supporting character
  • Run On (JTBC | 2020), as Yeom Gang Sun
  • True Beauty (tvN | 2020), as a supporting character
  • Birthcare Center (tvN | 2020), as Kwon Young Mi
  • Men are Men (KBS2 | 2020), as Butler Kim
  • Oh My Baby (tvN | 2020), as Shin Jung Hwa
  • Extraordinary You (MBC | 2019), as a supporting character
  • Pegasus Market (tvN | 2019), as a supporting character
  • Ugly Young A Season 17 (tvN | 2019), as Kim Jae Hwa
  • My Strange Hero (SBS | 2018), as Kang So Jung
  • Room No. 9 (tvN | 2018), as Kam Mi Ran
  • Secret Mother (SBS | 2018), as Myung Hwa Sook
  • The Happy Loner (KBS2 | 2017), as Nurse Park
  • Witch at Court (KBS2 | 2017), as Son Mi Young
  • Girls’ Generation 1979 (KBS2 | 2017), as a supporting character
  • Good Manager (KBS2 | 2017), as Na Hee Yong
  • Fantastic (JTBC | 2016), as Jo Mi Sun
  • Uncontrollably Fond (KBS2 | 2016), as Kim Bong Sook
  • D-Day (JTBC | 2015), as Kim Hyun Sook
  • The Idle Mermaid (tvN | 2014), as Kim Woo San
  • Cunning Single Lady (MBC | 2014), as Oh Bang Soon
  • Bride of the Century (TV Chosun | 2014), as Kim Bong Sook
  • Heartless City (JTBC | 2013), as Park Eun Ae
  • What is Mom? (MBC | 2012), as Kim Jae Hwa
  • The Innocent Man (KBS2 | 2012), as a supporting character
  • Drama Special: Guardian Angel Kim Young Goo (KBS2 | 2011), as a supporting character

TV Shows

  • Kick a Goal Season 2 (SBS | 2021), as a regular member
  • Kick a Goal (SBS | 2021), as a regular member
  • Unexpected Business (tvN | 2021), as a guest
  • Real Men 300 (MBC | 2018), as a regular member
  • Omniscient Interfering View (MBC | 2018), as a guest
  • Video Star: Season 1 (MBC every1 | 2016), as a guest
  • Running Man (SBS | 2010), as a guest
  • Radio Star (MBC | 2007), as a guest

Awards

  • 2022 Wildflower Film Awards – Best Supporting Actress (Actor) – Action Hero

Nominations

  • 2022 Baeksang Arts Awards – Best Supporting Actress (Film) – Escape from Mogadishu

Kim Jae Hwa has been on the scene for a very long time. Though her roles are almost always subtle and not quite there, her passion and talent still manage to shine through.

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