Once called “Little Suzy”, this Korean actress now star in a blockbuster movie 

This Korean actress is boasting gorgeous visuals as she grows up. 

Born in 2007, actress Park Min Ha made her acting debut at the age of 4 in the K-drama “Indomitable Daughters-in-Law”. She then had her first major role in the 2013 movie “The Flu”, and was hailed as an “acting genius” for her excellent portrayal here. At the time, even movie directors praised Park Min Ha as the best child actress when it comes to tragic scenes. 

Alongside her overwhelming talent, Park Min Ha also draws a lot of attention for her adorable appearance, and was even nicknamed “Little Suzy” after an extremely cute moment when she stood next to the “nation’s first love” Bae Suzy

Unlike other child actresses, however, Park Min Ha’s filmography is rather limited, as she chose to focus on her studies instead. After “The Flu”, the actress appeared in around 10 different projects, playing only minor roles with limited screen time. Many audiences express regrets over this, believing that Park Min Ha can be a superstar if she assumes more notable roles. 

Now, Park Min Ha is appearing in Hyun Bin and Yoona’s blockbuster movie “Confidential Assignment 2: International”. 5 years ago, she made a deep impression in the movie’s first installment, and now, she’s all grown up, boasting a stunning visual and impressive height that’s almost similar to Yoona. 

On the other hand, “Confidential Assignment 2: International” has sold 4 million tickets within half a month. The series follow the North Korean detective Im Cheol Ryung (Hyun Bin), South Korean detective Kang Jin Tae (Yoo Hae Jin), and FBI agent Jack (Daniel Henney), as they tried to chase down a cruel criminal organization. 

Source: K14

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