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Ku Hye-sun

Ku Hye-sun
Born (1984-11-09) November 9, 1984
Incheon, South Korea
Nationality South Korean
Alma mater Seoul Institute of the Arts
Occupation Actress, Director, Screenwriter, Singer, Composer, Novelist
Years active 2002-present
Agent YG Entertainment
Height 1.63 m (5 ft 4 in)
Weight 42kg
Korean name
Hangul 구혜선
Hanja 具惠善
Revised Romanization Gu Hye-seon
McCune–Reischauer Ku Hyesŏn

Ku Hye-sun (Hangul: 구혜선; born November 9, 1984) is a South Korean actress, singer/songwriter and director. She is best known for her roles in the television dramas Pure in Heart (2006), Boys Over Flowers (2009) and Angel Eyes (2014).


  • Career 1
  • Filmography 2
    • As Actress 2.1
      • Television 2.1.1
      • Film 2.1.2
      • Music video 2.1.3
    • As Director 2.2
      • Feature film 2.2.1
      • Short film 2.2.2
      • Trailer 2.2.3
  • Discography 3
  • Books 4
  • Commercials 5
  • Magazine covers 6
  • Awards and nominations 7
  • Goodwill ambassador 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10


Ku Hye-sun entered the entertainment industry after gaining popularity on the internet as an ulzzang. She began her acting career in one-act dramas and the sitcom Nonstop 5. She was also co-MC with Super Junior's Heechul on SBS's weekly live music show Inkigayo from April 23, 2006 to February 18, 2007.[1]

Ku soon rose to fame in the drama Pure in Heart and surprised critics with her performance in the historical drama The King and I.[2] She is most well known for portraying Geum Jan-di in the hit KBS drama Boys Over Flowers.[3] After a year in limbo with no broadcasting slot, her pre-produced drama The Musical finally aired in September 2011.[4][5] Ku next starred as a female pilot in the SBS series Take Care of Us, Captain,[6][7][8] followed by Absolute Darling, the Taiwanese drama adaptation of the manga Absolute Boyfriend.[9][10]

Originally set to debut as a singer (supposedly in a three-member girl group with 2NE1's Park Bom and Sandara Park), YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun-suk advised Ku to pursue acting rather than music. In recent years, she has displayed her vocal talents through Sarang Ga ("Love Story", which became the title song of Pure in Heart), a cover of Shim Soo-bong's I Don't Know Anything But Love (which played during a crucial scene in Boys Over Flowers), and a duet of Kim Gun-mo's song Rain Falls on a Sleepless Night with Big Bang member Seungri on the music-talk show Lee Ha-na's Peppermint. Ku has also composed and released an album of New Age music titled Breath (2009), and the singles Brown Hair (2010), Marry Me (2012), Flying Galaxy (2013), and It's You (2013).[11]

Ku wrote Tango, a semi-autobiographical novel about a twenty-something woman's experience with love and relationships. The book was a bestseller, selling 30,000 copies within a week. Its release coincided with her first solo art exhibition, also titled "Tango," in July 2009 at La Mer Gallery, which attracted 10,000 visitors. The exhibition featured around 40 of Ku's illustrations, some from her novel.[12] She has also done artwork for Gummy's fourth album Comfort. In September 2012 she held her second solo art exhibition titled "Afterimage" at the Hangaram Design Arts Center in the Seoul Arts Center, showcasing 120 of her art pieces,[13] then donating all proceeds from the sale of her artwork toward purchasing "clean cars" (germ-free automobiles) for the Korea Leukemia Patient Group.[14][15][16]

Ku made her official debut as a director through her short film The Madonna at the 2009 Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival.[17] After writing and directing her first feature-length film Magic in 2010, she continued directing short films such as You and Fragments of Sweet Memories,[18][19][20][21] as well as trailers for film festivals.

In 2011 Ku established her own company, Ku Hye-sun Film, under which she will produce and film her projects, which offers her a measure of legal/business protection. Her second directorial feature The Peach Tree was the first film made by her newly established production company.[22][23][24][25][26] She said of directing, "It's tiring and grueling. At times you ask yourself, 'Why am I doing this?' But movies have the ability to make you feel alive.".[27][28][29]

Her short film, "You" was screened at Moscow, Russia.[30] She directed a 3D short film " Fragments of sweet memories" starring Yoo Seung-ho.[31] In her interview she said "I liked fantasies. 3D technology helps widen the realm for imagination and expression. “However, it’s different from viewing huge projects like ‘Avatar’ where others pursued magnificent and large scaled scenes. I spent time figuring out how to best maximize the emotional and lyrical side of things. I tried to infuse more emotion to the scenes through the spatial and three-dimensional aspect so that others would be able to feel what is intended to be conveyed". This short film was also shown at the French Cannes festival.[32]

Based on n July 13,she Voted Best Female Artist in the Entertainment Industry.[33] In August, she attended "8th Jecheon International Music & Film Festival" where her 3D short film was screened. She also participated in "Big smile project" for women by contributing as a model for the "Women central magazine" cover photo. Ku Hye Sun becomes a best-selling author in Indonesia with her novel Tango (for Rp 43,920).[34] She also gave her voice by narrating a documentary "The hospice of young children who live for today" in SBS. From 18–24 September,she conducted an art exhibition under the theme "After Image".In October 2012,She also donated her proceeds from her art exhibitions to help Leukemia patients. She attended the "Busan International Film Festival" where her full length featured film "The Peach tree" was screened. Her movie "Peach Tree " Showcase at COEX Megabox on 16 October. She composed all the songs in her movie and wrote the lyrics too. She also wrote her next novel "Peach Tree" based on the film, "The Peach Tree".

On 25th, she attended "14th Annual Republic of Korea Design Award‘ ceremony" and was awarded "Minister Commendation".Her movie "The Peach Tree" hit the screens on Oct 31st. She also participated in TV shows like "Come to play - Ku hye sun" in [46] She was also invited by her friend, Lee Bo Young to sing on her wedding with Ji-Sung that was held on September 27, 2013 and Ku snag her self-composed song, "Its you" in the wedding.[47] On Sept. 28th 2013, Ku Hye Sun attended CICB and exhibited 20 of her hand made crafts and shared her time with the public. She also displayed her wooden, metal crafts as well as surprisingly bright designs which will enlighten and cheer up everyday living spaces. She displayed her own crafts under the theme “butterfly effect”.[48] On Sept 30th, Koo attended the Opening ceremony of Seoul Senior Film Festival. Koo is one among the finalists for her 3D short film, “Fragments of Memories” and she received citation directly from the mayor.[46] On Oct 8th, Koo modeled for Lie Sang Bong's fashion show.[49] On Oct 29th her movie, Peach tree was screened at the Cine French opening.[50] On November 13 Koo attended Sydney International Film Festival (SIFF) as she was appointed as the ambassador of the festival. On Nov 19th, her agency YG announced that Koo has planned for her upcoming movie "Daughter". In this movie, she plays three roles, producing, script writing and directing. This movie is a psychodrama that depicts a mother who gives her daughter an oppressive corporal punishment and her suffering daughter. Ku sends a message to society through the film and will be released in the year 2014.[51] On Nov 28th, Koo released her 5th digital single "Happiness",[52] which is a remake of Seo In Guk’s song of the same title featuring Ku hye sun, and expresses the feelings of regret and emptiness after a breakup from a woman’s perspective this time around. She has started to shoot for her 3rd full movie 'Daughter'. While talking about the movie, she said, "What is most important is to become the winner at the end/ultimately/finally. Right now is not the time to feel accomplished for what project is doing well or making that as a life's goal. To me, what is more important is what kind of person I will live as and remembered. In my 20's, a big hit came my way through BOF. But, I cannot be just stuck there. I felt that I need to mold/make myself even better and live my life even better. That is my life's goal." Actress Ku Hye Sun appears in MBC channel’s two-part documentary drama “Huh Nansulhun” (written by Kim Mi Ji, produced by Park Tae Sam) and takes part in the program’s narration and production, too.“Huh Nansulhun” is a special two-part drama created by Gangneung MBC, which will be broadcast in February. In the drama, Ku Hye Sun acts the role of “Huh Nansulhun”, the heroine, and “Ku Hye Sun in present days”. Plus, she takes the role of the narrator to lead the documentary and partially produced the drama, exerting her capabilities as a producer. Ku Hye Sun has displayed a variety of talents as an actress, filmmaker, painter, and singer, and she now spotlights the inner world of Huh Nansulhun from her perspective in “Huh Nansulhun”.Ku Hye Sun perfectly acts as Huh Nansulhun in her own way, to express Hu’s keen intellect and rich emotions through her eyes.[53]

Ku acted in "Angel Eyes" of SBS. She portrayed the role of "Yoon Soo Wan", who was forced to separate from her first love due to painful family circumstances and meets him after 12 years. A legally blind woman who gets her vision back in an operation and decides to embrace life with passion by becoming an emergency rescue worker. Ku received lot of appreciation for her perfect portrayal of the character and her matured acting.

On September 2014, TVXQ's Changmin and Ku appeared in BeatBurger's MV "She is so high".The music video portrayed TVXQ′s Changmin and actress Ku Hye Sun acting out as a couple. The two have been friends with BeatBurger member Shim Jae Won for many years, and decided to appear in the music video.[1] Ku's movie "Daughter" got invited to "Busan International Film Festival 2014" and is going to be released as an art movie at BIFF, produced and distributed by Yes Productions.[2]


As Actress


Year Title Role Network
2004 Nonstop 5 Hye-sun MBC
Drama City – Anagram Nurse KBS2
2005 Drama City – Everybody Cha Cha Cha KBS2
Ballad of Seo Dong Eun-jin SBS
2006 Pure in Heart Yang Guk-hwa KBS1
2007 The King and I Queen Jeheon SBS
2008 Strongest Chil Woo Yoon So-yoon KBS2
2009 Boys Over Flowers Geum Jan-di KBS2
2010 Ku Cine Herself Mnet
2011 Star Life Theater Herself KBS2
The Musical Go Eun-bi SBS
2012 Take Care of Us, Captain Han Da-jin SBS
Absolute Darling Guan Xiao Fei GTV
The Hospice for the Children Who Live for Today Documentary narrator[54] SBS
2014 Heo Nanseolheon Heo Nanseolheon/
Documentary narrator/
Angel Eyes Yoon Soo-wan SBS
2015 Blood Yoo Ri-ta KBS2


Year Title Role Notes
2007 August Rush Girl on couch (cameo) American film
2014 Daughter San also credited as director and screenwriter

Music video

Year Song Title Artist
2002 "We Match Quite Well" Sung Si-kyung
2004 "The Reason I Close My Eyes" Taebin
2006 "Forget You" Soul Star
2007 "Yesterday Is Different from Today" Kim Ji-eun
2010 "Touch Your Heart" Fahrenheit
"Brown Hair" Ku Hye-sun
2012 "Marry Me"
2013 "With Laughter or with Tears" Seo In-guk
"It's You" Ku Hye-sun
2014 "She's So High" Beatburger
"Floral Rain" Ku Hye-sun

As Director

Feature film

Year Title Credited as Cast Ref.
2010 Magic director,
Im Ji-kyu
Seo Hyun-jin
Kim Jung-wook
2012 The Peach Tree director,
music director
Jo Seung-woo
Ryu Deok-hwan
Nam Sang-mi
2014 Daughter director,
Ku Hye-sun
Shim Hye-jin

Short film

Year Title Credited as Cast Ref.
2009 The Madonna
(aka The Cheerful Caretaker)
Seo Hyun-jin
Kim Myung-soo
Jun Tae-soo
2010 You director,
Nam Sang-mi
Choi Il-hwa
2012 Fragments of Sweet Memories
music director
Yoo Seung-ho
Choi Il-hwa
Ryu Young-jae
Yang Hyun-mo
Yang Kyung-mo
Seo Hyun-jin
2013 White Dog
(Samsung Galaxy S4)
singer of theme song
Cristina Fernandez Lee
Moon Mason
Ku Hye-sun


Year Event Cast Ref.
2009 7th Asiana International Short Film Festival Seo Hyun-jin [61]
2011 13th International Women's Film Festival in Seoul Ku Hye-sun [62]
2013 14th Persons with Disabilities Film Festival Ku Hye-sun [63][64]
2014 10th Jecheon International Music & Film Festival Ku Hye-sun
Seong Seung-han
Choi In-young


Year Title Label Notes Ref.
2005 "Happy Birthday To You"
(from Nonstop 5 OST)
EMI singer [67]
2006 "Sarang Ga (Love Story)"
(from Pure in Heart OST)
YG Entertainment singer [68]
2009 Ku Hye-sun's Sketchbook - Breath (album) YG Entertainment singer
2010 Brown Hair (single) YG Entertainment singer
2012 "Fly Again"
(from Take Care of Us, Captain OST)
Pony Canyon composer
Marry Me (single) YG Entertainment singer
2013 Flying Galaxy (single) YG Entertainment singer
It's You (single) YG Entertainment singer
Happiness (single) YG Entertainment singer
2014 Floral Rain (single) YG Entertainment singer


Year Title Notes Ref.
2009 Tango Novel [78]
2010 Ku Hye-sun's The Story Behind the Making of "Magic" [79]
2012 The Peach Tree Novelization


Year Product Co-star
2002 Sambo Computer Slim PC
2005 Sharp
2007 Elgaa
Coenzyme Cream
Beauty Credit Hyun Bin
2007-2008 Tous Les Jours
2008 Cheoum Cheoreom
2009 LG Teenring Lee Min-ho, Kim Bum
Doutor Coffee
Tous Les Jours Jo In-sung
Somang RG II Yoon Sang-hyun
Shinhan Group Ji Chang-wook
ADefying Clear Spot
2010 SKY Izar IM-A630K Android mobile phone
Taiwan: Touch Your Heart (Tourism Campaign)
Somang Cosmetics
Tous Les Jours Rain
Toyota Prius
2011 Somang Coenzyme Q10 Jung Il-woo
Danahan - Ecopure Hair Color Cream
Toyota Corolla
Nikon D90 YG Family
Ecopure Hair Color Bubble Foam
2012 Pure Clean Multi-cleanser
Hyal Be
2013 Samsung Galaxy S4 Cristina Fernandez Lee,
Moon Mason

Magazine covers

Year Month Magazine
2002 July Ecole
2005 October Cindy the Perky
2006 July Cindy the Perky
2007 January Dramatique
2007 May Cindy the Perky
2009 July Vogue Taiwan
2009 July E-Daily
2009 July Elle Girl Korea
2010 March Vogue Girl Korea
2010 May Hot Chili Paper (Japan)
2010 May JIFF Daily (Japan)
2010 June Bazaar Korea
2010 June MovieWeek
2010 July Sure
2010 August Top Class
2010 December Bling
2011 January The Musical
2011 March Shin Dong-A
2011 June Taiwan Next
2013 InStyle Korea
2013 November MR (Hong Kong)
2013 Elle Korea
2014 February F.ound
2014 April Sure
2014 October Styler
2014 October InStyle Korea
2014 October Big Issue

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2006 KBS Drama Awards Best New Actress Pure in Heart Won
2007 SBS Drama Awards New Star Award The King and I Won
2009 26th Busan Asian Short Film Festival Audience Award The Madonna Won
4th Andre Kim Best Star Awards Best Female Star Boys Over Flowers Won
6th Yahoo! Taiwan Asia Buzz Awards Best Asian Actress Won
KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actress in a Mid-length Drama Won
Netizen Award, Actress Won
Best Couple Award with Lee Min-ho Won
14th Asian Television Awards Best Drama Actress Nominated
2010 12th Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia Spotlight Award[80] The Madonna Won
23rd Tokyo International Film Festival Best Asian-Middle Eastern Film Magic Nominated
2011 5th Mnet 20's Choice Awards Hot 20's Voice N/A Nominated
2012 31st Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival Orbit Competition The Peach Tree Nominated
SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Drama Special Take Care of Us, Captain Nominated

Goodwill ambassador

  • 2012 International 3D Festival[81]
  • 2013 Cheongju International Craft Biennale[82]
  • 2013 Artistree [83]
  • 2013 the 4th Persons with Disabilities Film Festival[84]
  • 2013 Sydney International Film Festival[85]


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  5. ^ Hong, Lucia (30 August 2011). "Ku Hye-sun says drank wild berry wine before musical scenes in new drama". 10Asia.
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  8. ^ Hong, Lucia (3 January 2012). "Ku Hye-sun thought flying a plane would be as easy as driving a car". 10Asia.
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  10. ^ Choi, Eun-hwa (24 April 2012). Comic Applauds Gu Hye Sun's Acting"Absolute Boyfriend"Author of . enewsWorld.
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  66. ^ "10th Jecheon International Music & Film Festival Trailer".  
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  68. ^ 열 아홉 순정 (in Korean).  
  69. ^ 1집 구혜선 소품집 - 숨 (in Korean).  
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  74. ^ ]IT'S YOU구혜선, 22日 4번째 디싱 '그건 너' 발표 "달달 러브송" [KU HYE SUN releases 4th digital single of sweet love song (in Korean). YG Family. 22 July 2013. 
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  76. ^ '감독' 구혜선, 5번째 음원 '행복했을까' 뮤비 공개…직접 연출까지 ['Director' Goo, fifth single "Were We Happy", MV produced directly to the public] (in Korean). 한국일보 via Nate. 28 November 2013. 
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  81. ^ Director Ku, appointed International 3D Festival
  82. ^ Cheongju International Craft Biennale Ambassador
  83. ^ Artistree Ambassador
  84. ^ the 4th Persons with Disabilities Film Festival Ambassdor
  85. ^ Sydney International Film Festival Ambassador

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