To comply with Wikipedia's lead section guidelines, please consider modifying the lead to provide an accessible overview of the article's key points in such a way that it can stand on its own as a concise version of the article.Han Chae-young (born Kim Ji-young on September 13, 1980), is a South Korean actress.And I dream sometime or somewhere I can meet her personally... Unfortunately the role she's played in the last two series doesn't earn her a lot of fans (WAML and QR) chae jeong-ahn is one of the best korean actress.i like her performence in cain&is verey talented.i like she plays more & is in high level acting and i 'm wating she 'll play against actors that deserv her.She is known for her notable roles in several Korean dramas such as Autumn in My Heart, Delightful Girl Choon-Hyang, Only You, Fireworks, Boys Over Flowers, A Man Called God and Pretty Man.Han Chae-young was born as Kim Ji-young in Daegu, South Korea, but her family soon immigrated to the United States and she spent her childhood years in a Chicago suburb, where she attended Glenbrook South High School. Uhm Jung Hwa , Park Yong Woo, Lee Dong Gun and Han Chae Young lead the movie “Do You Live with Your Lover Now? anyways, i kept on watching hancy's interview on where she spoke english! i didn't know she lived in europe for sometime! but I'm surprise I did not know that she is Korean American.
Before, I said, "..she's too skinny for it, maybe".. " is not allowed anymore.us/img223/3325/11707fu3Uhm Jung Hwa , Park Yong Woo, Lee Dong Gun and Han Chae Young (엄정화, 박용우, 이동건, 한채영) will costar in the movie “Do You Live with Your Lover Now? )” This movie portrays two couples swapping their partners one night. I thought she was just Korean from Korea but she's Korean from America born in raised.
such beauty with a wonderful body and great acting skills......
i watched her in secretly greatly,iron empress and two mothers and I just keep liking her the more.
Starring Korea's top actor Song Kang-ho as a mid-level gangster dealing with family and work troubles, Han injected off-kilter comedy and pathos into the Korean film noir genre.
Han entered pre-production for his purported third film, Trace in 2009.