Oh Hye-soo, who played the role of Min Eun-ji, the student who suffered severe school violence in Netflix’s drama “All of Us Are Dead”, is drawing attention.
It seems that the Korean content industry is being dominated by people from Korea National University of Arts. Oh Hye-soo, who played the role of Min Eun-ji, who suffered severe school violence in Netflix’s drama “All of Us Are Dead“, is drawing attention.
Oh Hye-soo appeared as Shin Hye-yeong, a woman with intellectual disabilities in “Extraordinary Attorney Woo“, which is enjoying syndrome-class popularity. She is strangely overlapped with the relationship between Young-woo and Joon-ho, leading to many discourses.
Let’s find out about Oh Hye-soo, who presented completely different acting through opposite roles.
Born in 1995, Oh Hye-soo, who majored in acting at the Korea University of Arts, debuted with the web drama “Seventeen.” It is said that she dreamed of becoming an actress while doing activities in the church theater club in high school.
In “All Of Us Are Dead”, she only applied lip tint to her bare face, but many have misunderstood that she was wearing makeup due to her visual which is much younger than her real age. Oh Hye-soo, who wants to challenge more roles in the future, is also well known for her 170cm tall height.
Oh Hye-soo actually has a unique history. She was a promising savate boxing athlete in Gyeonggi Province. Savate boxing is also called French boxing. This talent gives her a huge potential as an action actress.
Oh Hye-soo, who left her thoughts after filming on her Instagram, also certified that she is in a senior-junior relationship with actress “Spring Sunshine” Ha Yoon-kyung, saying, “It’s an honor to be with Woo Young-woo’s weird but extraordinary world.”