Kang Su-yeon


May 29, 2022

Kang Su-yeon (August 18, 1966 – May 7, 2022) was a South Korean actress. Although she is a film actress, she has also worked as a television actress. He died on May 7, 2022 of acute cerebral hemorrhage and cardiac arrest due to a cerebral aneurysm.


She has been working as an exclusive child actress for TBC since 1969, and her photo was featured as a cover model in the December 1976 issue of Shoulder-Friend, who is about to turn 10. From November 15, 1976 to March 4, 1977, she appeared in TBC's children's drama The Adventures of Duldori, along with Kim Jeong-hoon, Lee Seung-hyun, and Baek Il-seop, and made her face known to the public in earnest. Afterwards, he gained great popularity as a child actor in the early to mid 1980s with the TV drama "High School Student's Diary". From the mid-late 1980s to the early 1990s, she worked as a female actress at the forefront of the Korean film industry. In 1987, she won the Best Actress Award at the Grand Bell Film Festival for We Are Going to Geneva, Best Actress at the 44th Venice Film Festival for Mrs. won the Best Actress Award in In 2001 she was cast in the SBS drama Woman Chun-Ha and she won the 2001 SBS Acting Award. However, after she became a woman, she did not appear in historical dramas any more. In addition to her activities as an actress, she has had various activities in her film industry as well. As part of her activities, she served as Executive Director of the Busan International Film Festival from 2015 to 2017. She was found in cardiac arrest at her home in Apgujeong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul on May 5, 2022 and was transferred to Gangnam Severance Hospital, but eventually died of cardiac arrest due to acute cerebral hemorrhage around 3 pm on May 7, 2022. . After she finished her funeral on May 11th at Samsung Seoul Hospital and she was cremated at Seoul Memorial Park in Wonji-dong, Seocho-gu, her deceased's remains were placed in the Honor Stone (Yongin Park) where her deceased's parents are enshrined. was buried in the


Seoul Gyodong Elementary School (Graduated) Poongmoon Girls' Middle School (Graduated) Dongmyeong Girls' High School (Graduated) Korea University Graduate School of Journalism, Media and Communication, Non-degree (Completion)


Jury member of the 2013 Sydney International Film Festival 2017 Busan International Film Festival Co-Chairman


TV Drama

1976 TBC's Adventures of Dude 1979 TBC 《The Five Songs and Haneum》 1980 TBC 《Cheater Jang Yeongsil》 1982 KBS 《Wind fortune》 1982 KBS 《The Halo》 1983 KBS 《High School Student Diary》 ... as Yoo Hyeon-soo 1984 KBS 《People in Love》 1985 MBC 《Mom’s Room》 1986 KBS 《Walbaek to Ewha》 1986 KBS 《TV Literature Museum》 - Wild Cuckoo 2001 SBS 《Women in Heaven》 ... as Jeong Nan-jeong 2007 MBC 《Moonhee》 ... as Ha Moonhee


1975 《Blood》 1976 I Confess 1977 Three Star Brothers 1978 "Chorus of Pigeons" 1978: No More Sadness ... as Park Mi-na 1978 Somewhere Mom 1979 Letter from Heaven 1982 Sesame Salt and Octopus 1983 "The Woman Who Promised" 1985 The Tragedy of W 1985 Whale Hunting 2 1987 Seedlings ... as Ok-nyeo 1987 《Mimi and Cheolsu’s youth sketch》 ... as Mimi 1987 We are going to Geneva now ... as Sunna 1987 《Potato》 ... as Boknyeo 1987 《The Hwa》 1987 Yeonsan-gun ... as Jang Nok-su 1988 《Up》 1988 《Miri Marie Our Doori》 ... Our role 1989 《Aze, Aze Baraze》 ... as a pure maiden 1989 《For a long time after that》 ... as Seonwoo Sumi 1990 《Things that fall have wings》 ... as Yoon Joo 1991 Berlin Report ... as Marielen/Younghui 1991 《Naksan Wind》 1991 《The Road to the Racecourse》 ... as J 1992 《Blue in You》 ... as Yoo Rim 1993 "Western A"