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In recent years, Kang has starred in more conventional melodramas such as Herb (2007) and Girlfriends (2009).
Kang Hye-jung began working as a model in her first year of high school, and throughout the late 1990s she appeared in small roles in TV dramas and sitcoms such as Jump and Nonstop 3.
Her first film role was in Moon Seung-wook's arthouse/sci-fi film Nabi, for which she won a Best Actress award at the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival.
Following this she appeared in a short film by Song Il-gon titled Flush as well as an internet film Naebang-nebang.
The lovely couple tied the knot back on October, 2009 and are the doting parents of possibly the most chic little girl, Haru!
Her portrayal of the character Mi-do won her considerable attention both domestically and abroad, and she also picked up acting honors from the Grand Bell Awards and Pusan Film Critics Association.
Kang made her debut as a magazine model while in her first year of high school in 1997.
In the late 1990s she appeared in small roles in TV dramas and sitcoms while studying as a performing arts major at the Seoul Institute of the Arts.
Kang first achieved recognition for her role in the arthouse film Nabi (2001), and two years later, she rose to stardom in 2003 through Park Chan-wook's revenge thriller Oldboy.
For the next few years, she continue to appear in a diverse range of roles which drew her further critical acclaim, notably in Han Jae-rim's relationship drama Rules of Dating (2005), and Park Kwang-hyun's Korean War comedy Welcome to Dongmakgol (2005).
Kang was next seen in rom-com cable TV series The Wedding Scheme, about a kimchi factory president so determined to marry off her four daughters that she embarks on a grand marriage project by getting her girls to cohabitate with prospective groom candidates.