Most Beautiful Korean Actress | List of Cutest Actresses of Korea

Most Beautiful Korean Actress | List of Hottest Actresses from Korea

Talking about the Hollywood, Bollywood or any other film industry actress, you will be remembered with many beautiful faces. Whether we take anyone, whether Aishwarya Rai or Alexandra Daddario, Katrina Kaif or Marilyn Monroe all are so beautiful. And if we talk about cuteness and innocent face, then the whole world will agree on the beauty of Korean actress. Yes, today we are talking about the Korean film industry, where there are many beautiful actresses who are quite fame and quite hot. Their looks are quite sexy and their beauty is leaving behind the rest of the film industry actresses. They all look very hot without any surgery.

Below is a list of the most beautiful Korean actresses, who have made the people crazy with their cute face, hotness and fascinating figure. You will also be delighted to see their photo, picture and wallpaper of these actresses.

Kim Yoo-jung (born September 22, 1999) is a South Korean actress, model and presenter. After her 2003 career as an actress, she became one of the best-known young actresses in Korea. Since then, she has starred in teen roles for starring in the television series Dong Yi (2010), Moon Embracing the Sun (2012), May Queen (2012) and Angry Mom (2015). She presented the Inkigayo musical program between November 2014 and April 2016. In August 2016 she debuted in the historical drama Moonlight Drawn by Clouds of KBS2.

2. Jun Ji-hyun

Jun Ji-hyun

Jun Ji-hyun (Original name: Wang Ji-hyun, born October 30, 1981), a South Korean actress, also known as Gianna Jun. She starred in the role of 'Anonymous' girl in one of Korea's most hit comedy films "My Sassy Girl" (2001), which climbed to the top of the fame. His other notable films include Il Mare (2000), Windstrak - "Let me introduce (you to) my girlfriend" (2004), Daisy (2006), Hollywood Movie "Blood: The Last Vampire" (2009), The Thieves (2012) and Assassination (2015).

3. Song Hye-kyo

Song Hye-kyo

Song Hye Kyo (born February 26 1982) is a model and actress from South Korea, is considered the brightest and most famous actresses in Asia and the Middle East, gained international fame performance in the series drama Korean such as Autumn in My Heart (2000), and All In (2003), full house (2004), and That Winter, the Wind Blows (2013).

4. Han Ye-seul

Han Ye-seul

Han Ye-seul is a South Korean actress and model. She attended the 'Cerritos High School' in the United States where she graduated with a degree in computer graphics. She Speak fluent English. Since 2014 she is a member of the agency 'KeyEast'. She was previously part of the 'SidusHQ' agency. In 2001 she began her modeling career in South Korea after winning the SBS 'Supermodel Contest'. In 2003 she made her acting debut in the comedy movie 'Nonstop 4'.

5. Lee El

Lee El

Lee El, whose real name is Kim Ji-hyun, is a South Korean actress, born on August 26, 1982 in Seoul. She is known to have starred in Inside Men, It's Okay, That's Love, Goblin, Black and A Korean Odyssey. In 2018, she played her first leading role in What a Man Wants to Lee Byeong-heon.

6. Go Ara

Go Ara

Go Ara is a South Korean actress. She is also a fashion model under the talent agency SM Entertainment. Go Ara was born on February 11, 1990 in Jinju (South Gyeongsang). Since her father was a soldier, she moved frequently in her childhood. In 2003, she won a teen model contest from SM Entertainment and was thus taken by the talent agency under contract.

7. Kim Tae-hee

Kim Tae-hee

Kim Tae-hee (born March 29, 1980) is an actress in South Korea. She is considered one of Korea's finest women. She has played several popular plays in Korea, such as: Stairway to Heaven (2003), Love Story in Harvard (2004), Iris (2009), My Princess (2011) and Yong-pal (2015).

8. Shin Min-a

Shin Min-a

Shin Min-a is a South Korean actress. She is famous for starring in television dramas such as 'A Love to Kill', The Devil, and Tomorrow, With You. Shin began her career as a model for KiKi teen magazine in 1998, and then appeared in several music videos for K-pop boyband god, until her acting debut in 2001. She became a newcomer who was very fast becoming a star, through martial arts Volcano High's comedy high school with Jang Hyuk, and Madeleine with Jo In Sung. She took a supporting role in Kim Ji-woon's film Noir A Bitter Life, reuniting her with Beautiful Days co-star Lee Byung-hun. This was followed by the lead role in the melodrama A Love to Kill with Rain, the romantic comedy The Beast and the Beauty along with Ryoo Seung-bum, and The Devil's psychological thriller with Uhm Tae-woong and Ju Ji-hoon.

9. Lee Da-hae

Lee Da-hae

Lee Da-hae (real name: Byun Da-hye) is a South Korean actress. Her first role was Lee in the series Ring Ring. After that she had minor roles in various programs. It became popular in 2004 by the drama series Sweet 18. In 2008, she played a starring role in the popular East of Eden series, but she had to leave due to health problems after 40 episodes. In the series, her role Min Hye-rin goes to the US to study there. In 2010 she played the female role in the successful drama series Chuno alongside Jang Hyuk. In 2013, she again plays the lead role in IRIS 2.

10. Lee Sung-kyung

Lee Sung-kyung

Lee Sung-kyung is a South Korean actress, model and singer. She played Kang Yi-sol in the Queen's Flower series and Kim Bok-joo in Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo (2016). In 2014 she appeared for the first time as a guest on the successful South Korean television show Running Man (also known as "Leonning maen") where she teamed with Han Groo and Ha-ha during the episode no. 224 and subsequently appeared in 2015 during episode 304 where she teamed up with Gary, Ha-ha (Ha Dong-hoon) and Lee Kwang-soo.

11. Yoon Eun-hye

Yoon Eun-hye

Yoon Eun-hye, born on October 3, 1984 in Seoul, is a South Korean actress and model, a former singer of the 1990s. She started as a member of the girl group Baby VOX. She earns her popularity and reputation to her role Princess in the television series "Princess Hours" (also known as "Goong").

12. Gong Seung-yeon

Gong Seung-yeon

Since March 2018, she has been part of the BH Entertainment agency. Had previously been part of the agency Yuko Company, where she stayed from 2012 until March 2018. For seven years she trained as a singer with SM Entertainment after winning "Best Looks" by SM Youth Best Contest in 2005, but left the agency in 2012 after losing interest in singing. She has appeared in photo shoots for "SURE", "Harper's Bazaar", "Nylon Japan", "The Star", "1st Look", "CeCi Korea", "International bnt", "@ star1", "InStyle", "Grazia" and others. She has also modeled for brands Plastic Island and Centerpole. In 2015 she joined the recurring cast of the "Heard It Through the Grapevine" series where she played the role of Seo Noo-ri, a member of the Seo-bom family (Go Ah-sung). She also joined the recurring cast of the "Six Flying Dragons" series where she played Min Da-kyung, who would later become Queen Wongyeong, consort of Yi Bang-won (Yoo Ah-in).

13. Xiyeon

Xiyeon

Park Jung-hyun, better known professionally as Xiyeon, is a South Korean singer. As a former child actress and model, she became a trainee under the auspices of Pledis Entertainment for 9 years before making her official debut as a member of the Pristin girlband in 2017. From April 2017 to January 2018, she hosted the South Korean music program Show! Music Core with Cha Eun-woo from Astro. As a child, she appeared in several advertisements for various companies and products, and most notably, a security video for Korean Air. She also has minor roles in several dramas and films, Father and Son: The Story of Mencius (2004) and The Cut (2007). She auditioned for Pledis Entertainment and was a trainee for 9 years under the agency. As one of the trainees, she appeared in music videos for her one-group groups such as After School and Orange Caramel.

14. Han Hyo-joo

Han Hyo-joo

15. Bae Suzy

Bae Suzy

Bae Su-ji (October 10, 1994), better known by her stage name Suzy, is a South Korean singer and actress. She was a member of the South Korean female group Miss A, which debuted under JYP Entertainment with AQ Entertainment in 2010. Suzy is considered the prettiest idol in K-pop, receiving the title "First Love of the Nation".

16. IU

IU

17. Irene

Irene

Bae Joo Hyun, better known by her stage name Irene, is a South Korean singer, actress, rapper, model and dancer. She is the leader of the female group Red Velvet. Irene was born in Daegu, South Korea on 29 March 1991. She attended High School in Daegu Haknam. She joined SM Entertainment in 2009 and was apprenticed for five years. In July 2016, Irene made her acting debut in the web drama "Women at a Game Company" where she played the lead role.

18. Kim Ji-won

Kim Ji-won

Kim Ji Won entered the entertainment industry in 2008, performing minor roles in dramas, appearing in television commercials (Oran-C and Big Bang Lollipop) and in Younha's music video for his song "Gossip Boy". Then she was chosen for the movie Romantic Heaven, however, her great opportunity would come to be selected for an important role in the drama What's Up? that was broadcast in 2011.

19. Nana

Nana

Im Jin-ah (14 of September of 1991), better known as Nana, is a singer, songwriter and actress. She is a member of the band After School and its subgroup Orange Caramel. She is also a model of the South Korean diet label "Juvis", and has a degree in makeup and beauty.

20. Oh Yeon-seo

Oh Yeon-seo

Oh Yeon-seo began her career at the age of 15 as a member of the girl group LUV. The group released their first album entitled 'Story' in May 2002. However, LUV broke up after half a year on, due to their low popularity. Oh then pursued a career as an actress. She first played the protagonist's older sister, played by Go Ara, in the high school drama Sharp (2003). In 2009 she had a big role in the horror film A Blood Pledge. However, the movie flopped. Three years later, she gained attention through a small role in the television series My Husband Got a Family (2012). As a result, she secured the lead role in the series Here Comes Mr. Oh and was awarded at the end of the year with two awards in the category Best Actress.

21. Lee Yeon-hee

Lee Yeon-hee

Lee Yeon-hee is a South Korean model and actress under the label and agency SM Entertainment. She first appeared in Moon Hee-jun's video titled "Alone" in 2001 and debuted on the Korean TV series, Emperor of the Sea as young Junghwa in 2004. She started her first feature film in 2006 in the film "A Millionaire's First Love" as Choi Eun-hwan. Lee was born January 9, 1988 in Bundang Seongnam district, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. In the summer of 2001, when she was 13 years old, she contracted with SM Entertainment after winning "Best Feature" at the SM Entertainment Best Youth contest.

22. Moon Chae-won

Moon Chae-won

Moon Chae-won (born November 13, 1986) is a South Korean actress. Moon first gained attention in 2008 in her supporting role as a gisaeng in "Painter of the Wind". She then played in "Brilliant Legacy", one of the highest ranked Korean dramas in 2009. The year 2011 marked the peak of Moon's career, with leading roles in the television period drama The Princess' Man and the blockbuster action War of the Arrows.

23. Han Ji-min

Han Ji-min

Han Ji-min is a South Korean actress. After playing small roles in 'All In' and 'Dae Jang Geum', she got her first lead in the revenge series 'Resurrection' (2005). She appeared in the historical dramas 'Capital Scandal', 'Yi San', 'Cain and Abel' and 'Padam Padam', and the romantic comedy 'Rooftop Prince'. She also appeared as cameo in 'Herstory' and 'Sovereign Default' in 2018.

24. Choi Ji-woo

Choi Ji-woo

Choi Ji Woo, actress of TV and film from South Korea. Before being an actress, she worked as a model. She is one of the most acclaimed and admired actresses by the public being known as "Princess Hallyu" (Korean princess or queen), she is one of the few South Korean artists who have made themselves known internationally due to the incredible success they obtained. The dramas Escalera al Cielo and Sonata de invierno, novels that obtained a high level of audience both nationally and internationally.

25. Im Yoon-ah

Im Yoon-ah

26. Lee In-hye

Lee In-hye

27. Lee Joo-yeon

Lee Joo-yeon

28. Lee Min-jung

Lee Min-jung

29. Lee Jung-hyun

Lee Jung-hyun

30. Lee Mi-sook

Lee Mi-sook

31. Lee Na-young

Lee Na-young

32. Lee Seung-yeon

Lee Seung-yeon

33. Lee Sun-bin

Lee Sun-bin

34. Lee Si-young

Lee Si-young

35. Lee Soo-min

Lee Soo-min

36. Lee Tae-im

Lee Tae-im

37. Lee Tae-ran

Lee Tae-ran

38. Lee Yeon-doo

Lee Yeon-doo

39. Lee Yoon-ji

Lee Yoon-ji

40. Lee Young-ah

Lee Young-ah

41. Lee Yu-bi

Lee Yu-bi

42. Lee Young-eun

Lee Young-eun

43. Lim Hwa-young

Lim Hwa-young

44. Lim Kim

Lim Kim

45. Min Ji-hyun

Min Ji-hyun

46. Moon Ga-young

Moon Ga-young

47. Moon Geun-young

Moon Geun-young

48. Na Hae-ryung

Na Hae-ryung

49. Na Hye-mi

Na Hye-mi

50. Nam Bo-ra

Nam Bo-ra

51. Nam Ji-hyun

Nam Ji-hyun

52. Nam Gyu-ri

Nam Gyu-ri

53. Narsha

Narsha

54. Kim Yoon-ji

Kim Yoon-ji

55. Ock Joo-hyun

Ock Joo-hyun

56. Oh Hyun-kyung

Oh Hyun-kyung

57. Oh Na-ra

Oh Na-ra

58. Park Cho-a

Park Cho-a

59. Park Eun-bin

Park Eun-bin

60. Park Shin-hye

Park Shin-hye

61. Kim Ji-soo

Kim Ji-soo

She is a talented actress who has been consistently starring in more than 20 films. Her nickname is "Queen of Tears", especially her talent in tear smoke and melodrama. She made her debut in Television in 1992 with the "Female Detective 8080" series in SBS Network. In 2005, she made her debut in the film industry, starring Lee Woon-kyu's debut film, "This Charming Girl". This film was a very well made masterpiece, and Kim Ji-soo is also re-examined with a great performance and well-suited to the main character "Jeong-hae".

62. Park Ha-na

Park Ha-na

63. Park Ha-sun

Park Ha-sun

64. Park Jin-hee

Park Jin-hee

65. Ha Ji-won

Ha Ji-won

66. Park Ji-yeon

Park Ji-yeon

67. Qri

Qri

68. Im Soo-hyang

Im Soo-hyang

69. Kim So-eun

Kim So-eun

70. Kim Hee-sun

Kim Hee-sun

71. Baek Jin-hee

Baek Jin-hee

72. Jang Ja-yeon

Jang Ja-yeon

73. Bang Min-ah

Bang Min-ah

74. Chae Jung-an

Chae Jung-an

75. Jeon So-min

Jeon So-min

76. Chae Rim

Chae Rim

77. Chae Soo-bin

Chae Soo-bin

78. Chae Young-in

Chae Young-in

79. Yoo In-na

Yoo In-na

80. Chang Mi-hee

Chang Mi-hee

81. Cho Seung-hee

Cho Seung-hee

82. Lee Elijah

Lee Elijah

83. Cho Yeo-jeong

Cho Yeo-jeong

84. Choi Soo-young

Choi Soo-young

85. Kim Go-eun

Kim Go-eun

86. Kim Min-jung

Kim Min-jung

87. Suh Jung

Suh Jung

88. Park Se-young

Park Se-young

89. Park So-dam

Park So-dam

90. Hahm Eun-jung

Hahm Eun-jung

91. Park Si-eun

Park Si-eun

92. Shin Ye-eun

Shin Ye-eun

93. Choi Hee-seo

Choi Hee-seo

94. Clara Lee

Clara Lee

95. Go Joon-hee

Go Joon-hee

96. Go Woo-ri

Go Woo-ri

97. Ha Joo-hee

Ha Joo-hee

98. Ha Yeon-soo

Ha Yeon-soo

99. Han Bo-reum

Han Bo-reum

100. Han Chae-ah

Han Chae-ah

101. Han Sun-hwa

Han Sun-hwa

102. Heo Ga-yoon

Heo Ga-yoon

103. Hur Youngji

Hur Youngji

104. Hwang Woo-seul-hye

Hwang Woo-seul-hye

105. Hyomin

Hyomin

106. Hyuna

Hyuna

107. Jang Hee-jin

Jang Hee-jin

108. Jang Shin-young

Jang Shin-young

109. Jeon Boram

Jeon Boram

110. Jeon Hye-bin

Jeon Hye-bin

111. Jeon Jong-seo

Jeon Jong-seo

112. Jeong Da-hye

Jeong Da-hye

113. Jessica Jung

Jessica Jung

114. Jin Bora

Jin Bora

115. Jin Ji-hee

Jin Ji-hee

116. Jo Woo-ri

Jo Woo-ri

117. Joo Da-young

Joo Da-young

118. Jun Hyo-seong

Jun Hyo-seong

119. Jung Chae-yeon

Jung Chae-yeon

120. Jung Eun-chae

Jung Eun-chae

121. Jung Hye-sung

Jung Hye-sung

122. Jung Ryeo-won

Jung Ryeo-won

123. Jung So-min

Jung So-min

124. Kang Byul

Kang Byul

125. Kang Hye-jung

Kang Hye-jung

126. Kim Da-som

Kim Da-som

127. Kim Hee-ae

Kim Hee-ae

128. Kim Hyo-jin

Kim Hyo-jin

129. Kim Ji-ho

Kim Ji-ho

130. Kim Ji-young

Kim Ji-young

131. Kim Jin-kyung

Kim Jin-kyung

132. Kim Joo-ri

Kim Joo-ri

133. Kim Ju-hyeon

Kim Ju-hyeon

134. Kim Sa-rang

Kim Sa-rang

135. Kim Sun-a

Kim Sun-a

136. Kim Yoo-mi

Kim Yoo-mi

137. Kim Yoo-ri

Kim Yoo-ri

138. Kim Yoon-seo

Kim Yoon-seo

139. Kim Yu-mi

Kim Yu-mi

140. Ku Hye-sun

Ku Hye-sun

141. Kwon Mina

Kwon Mina

142. Kwon Nara

Kwon Nara

143. Kwon Yu-ri

Kwon Yu-ri

144. Lee Ah-hyun

Lee Ah-hyun

145. Lee Chae-young

Lee Chae-young

146. Lee Eun-sung

Lee Eun-sung

147. Lee Hae-in

Lee Hae-in

148. Lee Hanee

Lee Hanee

149. Lee Hee-jin

Lee Hee-jin

150. Lee Hye-Ryeon

Lee Hye-Ryeon

151. Lee Hyori

Lee Hyori

152. Song Seon-mi

Song Seon-mi

153. Soo Ae

Soo Ae

154. Sulli

Sulli

155. Sunwoo Sun

Sunwoo Sun

156. Sunye

Sunye

157. Uhm Ji-won

Uhm Ji-won

158. Uhm Jung-hwa

Uhm Jung-hwa

159. Wang Bit-na

Wang Bit-na

160. Woo Hye-rim

Woo Hye-rim

161. Yoo Ara

Yoo Ara

162. Yoon A-jung

Yoon A-jung

163. Yoon Hae-young

Yoon Hae-young

164. Yoon Ji-min

Yoon Ji-min

165. Yoon Joo-hee

Yoon Joo-hee

166. Yura

Yura

167. Pyo Ye-jin

Pyo Ye-jin

168. Song Yoon-ah

Song Yoon-ah

169. Jeong Ga-eun

Jeong Ga-eun

170. Joy

Joy

171. Lee Da-hee

Lee Da-hee

172. Lee Hye-ri

Lee Hye-ri

173. Park Min-young

Park Min-young

174. Park So-jin

Park So-jin

175. Park So-yeon

Park So-yeon

176. Ryu Hye-young

Ryu Hye-young

177. Seo Hyo-rim

Seo Hyo-rim

178. Seo Woo

Seo Woo

179. Shin Eun-soo

Shin Eun-soo

180. Shin Hyun-bin

Shin Hyun-bin

181. Shin Se-kyung

Shin Se-kyung

182. So Yi-hyun

So Yi-hyun

183. Son Ji-hyun

Son Ji-hyun

184. Song Ji-eun

Song Ji-eun

185. Park Eun-hye

Park Eun-hye

186. Son Ye-jin

Son Ye-jin

187. Kim So-hyun

Kim So-hyun