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Biography

Han Go Eun is a very talented and beautiful Korean actress that has had important roles in many Korean TV shows, and movies. Han Go-Eun was born in 1977 in South Korea and has played many different characters and usually gets rave reviews for her acting skills.

In City of The Rising Sun/Our Sunny Days, written by San Shim and directed by Kim Sung-Su, which was released December 1998, Han Go-Eun played a beautiful model (Mimi)with plans to become an actress. She is befriended by a tough boxer named Dochul (Jung Woo Sung) and this friendship immediately changes into a love relationship.

Because of her stunning looks Mimi is pursued by many modeling agents, which puts a strain on her relationship with Dochul. In one scene Mimi’s friend Hung-Gi played by Lee Jung Jae is beaten to a pulp by Dochul, because Hung-Gi tried to steal a large amount of money from Mimi. Han Go-Eun fans loved this movie.

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