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Choi Hee-seo

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13 Movies6TV shows
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About Choi Hee-seo

Choi Hee-seo is a 35 years old female from Seoul, South Korea. Choi is most well known for acting, and has 19 known credits, of which 13 are movies, and 6 are TV shows.

Choi Hee-seo’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Choi Hee-seo’s movies you should definitely watch Okja (2017), as with 7.7 it is the highest rated movie Choi has worked on!

  1. Okja (2017)
  2. Deliver Us from Evil (2020)
  3. 577 Project (2012)
  4. Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet (2016)
  5. Lifting King Kong (2009)

1. Okja (2017 Movie)

The best rated movie Choi Hee-seo has been a part of is the adventure, drama, science fiction, fantasy movie Okja, where they had the role of Choi Female Interpreter. It has a rating on Friendspire of 7.7 and 7.3 on IMDb.

2. Deliver Us from Evil (2020)

Deliver Us from Evil has a rating on Friendspire of 6.8 and 6.8 on IMDb . Choi Hee-seo worked on this action movie as Seo Yeong-ju.

3. 577 Project (2012)

In 577 Project Choi Hee-seo was worked as Toast the Knowing. This adventure, comedy movie has a rating on 6.3 on IMDb.

4. Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet (2016)

This drama, history, biography movie has a rating on 7.1 on IMDb. In Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet Choi Hee-seo had the role of Kumi.

5. Lifting King Kong (2009)

Choi Hee-seo was a part of the movie Lifting King Kong as Seo Yeo-soon. This drama movie has a rating 6.8 on IMDb.

Choi Hee-seo’s highest rated TV shows

If you enjoy Choi Hee-seo’s shows you should definitely watch Stranger (2017), as with 8.5 it is the highest rated show has been a part of!!

  1. Stranger (2017)
  2. Now, We Are Breaking Up (2021)
  3. My Room, Row 1 (2018)

1. Stranger (2017)

The crime, drama, mystery TV show Stranger has a rating Friendspire of 8.5 and 8.5 on IMDb. Choi Hee-seo was Lee Yoo-an in this show!

2. Now, We Are Breaking Up (2021)

In Now, We Are Breaking Up Choi Hee-seo was Hwang Chi-sook. This drama, romance show has a rating on Friendspire of 8.3 and 6.3 on IMDb.

3. My Room, Row 1 (2018)

The third highest rated TV show Choi Hee-seo has worked on is the talk show series My Room, Row 1, where Choi was Herself.

Frequently asked questions

When was Choi Hee-seo born?

Choi Hee-seo’s birthday is on 24 December 1986 .

What is Choi Hee-seo’s gender?

Choi Hee-seo is female.

Where was Choi Hee-seo born?

Choi Hee-seo was born in Seoul, South Korea.

What is Choi most known for?

Choi Hee-seo is most known for acting. Choi has worked on 13 movies and 6 TV shows.

What is Choi Hee-seo’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Okja, which has a score of 7.7.

What is Choi Hee-seo’s highest rated tv show?

The best rated tv show they have worked on is Stranger, which has a score of 8.5.

Choi’s Filmography

As Lee Yoo-an. With the help of a gutsy female detective, a prosecutor who has lost the ability to feel empathy tackles a murder case amid political corruption.

As Hwang Chi-sook. Will tell stories of emotional love and breakups. Ha Young-eun, a manager of the design team at a fashion label who is a trendy and intelligent realist. Yoon Jae-guk, a wealthy and popular freelancer photographer who also has the brains and looks. Hwang Chi-sook is a director of the fashion label’s design team who attended high school with Ha Young-eun and Seok Do-hoon is a skilled PR company CEO.

As Seo Yeong-ju. A retired contract killer goes on a bloody rampage when a young girl finds herself at the mercy of gangland human traffickers and only one man can come to her rescue, with an arsenal of weapons and years of experience in the art of killing.

As Herself. Ha Jung Woo promised that if he won the best actor award 2 years in a row he would walk across South Korea. He did and the adventure begins.

As Herself. Movie meets humanities! This talk show/variety show for movie enthusiasts features interesting discussions by a writer and two movie directors where film and humanities intertwine.

As Herself. There are many countries that are at borders with others, standing next to one another yet still so far apart. Join us as we observe and learn about the history, culture, art, international relations and global issues of the two countries.

As Kumi. Based on the life and work of Korea’s renowned poet, Yun Dong Ju. Dong Ju, while studying literature in Japan, was charged and detained for having participated in the Korean Independence Movement. Known to have created hundreds of poems during his time in jail where he spent the last two years of his life, Dong Ju passed away at the young age of 27. Although it has not been proven, some believe he died due to medical experiments that were performed on his living body.

As Seo Yeo-soon. Lee Ji-Bong is a former Olympics bronze medalist for weight-lifting, but a career-ending injury from the games forces him into early retirement. Unable to find another vocation, he becomes destitute. Down and out, he ends up working at a shady nightclub passing out flyers until he is visited by his former coach who insists he begin a career as a coach at a high school. There, he forms a weight-lifting team comprised of a rag-tag group of outcasts.

As Im Cheong-A. Shin Dong-Yub used to be a top star, but he is not anymore. Jung Sang-Hoon is a single father and he works as a loan shark. Im Cheong-A is a Korean-Chinese single mother. They live in the Daerim Neighborhood of Seoul, South Korea and struggle to make a living.

As Ja-young. An overeducated, disenchanted woman, Ja-young, loses her ambition after many gruelling years of studying for the public official exam. One lonely evening, a beautiful, fit runner, Hyun-joo, glides smoothly past her. Intrigued by this celestial vision of harmony and grace, Ja-young repeatedly returns, hoping to meet the object of her curiosity.

As Fumiko Kaneko. Based on the life of the Korean anarchist Park Yeol, the film shows his struggle to counter the massacre of Koreans by the government during the 1923 great Kanto earthquake, focusing on his activities as the leader of the anti-Japanese organization Bulryeongsa and his relationship with Japanese comrade Fumiko Kaneko.

As Choi Sol. Aoki is a failing novelist, and Sol is a failing pop singer. Encountering each other in South Korea, speaking different languages, they and their families somehow end up in a truck heading off into the Korean countryside.

As Math teacher. No pain, no gain. This is the motto of the Yoo family: the father is a successful doctor, the mother supervises their daughter's scholastic performance from the vantage point of their beautiful home. Then cracks appear in the facade which soon deepen and spread. In particular, the father seems to be losing control - he is suddenly faced with a sexual harassment lawsuit and an absurd running battle with a taxi driver.

As PD Jung. On-yoo is an adult childhood cancer survivor. When he's not practicing with his boy band, Oh-yoo often volunteers at the hospital's pediatric cancer ward. One day, he recognizes the familiar face of an overdose patient.

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