11 years have passed since the release of the movie “The Man from Nowhere” in 2010.
Kim Saeron played So-mi, a precious little girl who stimulates Won Bin‘s paternal love. After this film, she has been continuing her acting career until now. She is also the youngest actress in Korea to enter Cannes with her debut work “A Brand New Life“. She participated in Cannes once again in 2015 with the movie “A Girl at My Door” starring Bae Doo-na.
It is said that she studied sign language hard for the role of young Kim Geum-hwa in “Manshin” as well as Soo-jung in “Manhole“. In the movie “Snow road”, made in celebration of the 70th Korean national liberation day in 2015, the actress acted along side actress Kim Hyang Gi to expose the reality of the Japanese military’s sexual slavery during Japanese occupation era of Korea. The exceptional performance of the two actresses made the whole nation shed tears.
Kim Saeron, who has played a dark role a lot in her early years, recently took on the role of a tough girl who can overpower ghosts in just a word in the web drama “The Great Shaman Ga Doo Shim.” She has already grown up and has become an mature actress who now sometimes recalls her famous lines from the movie “The Man from Nowhere” along with her action acting. The actress will be starring in a new movie called “Us Day by Day” about youth romance.
In a 2016 interview, tha actress said that her long goal was to become the youngest to win the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival. But her fans don’t care if she’s not the youngest, or doesn’t get an award. She’s already proven to be a good actress with her steps on the way into the industry and is loved for her bold acting skills. Let’s look forward to actress Kim Saeron’s future projects.