Talent has no age limits, an artist has no age boundaries and it is time and again proven by the various artists of distinct age groups to ace their given roles. For now, in this article, we will discuss South Korean child artists who did an amazing job and completely justified their roles at such a young age. These South Korean child artists have proved their acting abilities at such tender young age and we are surely looking out for their future endeavours. Some of these South Korean child artists have now become adults and are doing some brilliant acting projects.
1. Hi Bye, Mama!
Seo Woo-jin played the role of Kim Tae-hee's daughter, Jo Seo Woo in the drama, ‘Hi Bye, Mama!’ Seo Woo-jin is a child artist in the South Korean entertainment industry. The talented child artist was born in 2015, and first took his baby step in the entertainment industry in 2016.
2. Hospital Playlist
Kim Joon got fame when he starred in the hit Korean drama, ‘Hospital Playlist’ and it's the second season. He played the role of Woo Joo who is the son of Lee IkJun (Jo Jung Suk) Kim Joon has public adoring over him because of his cuteness. This adorable child artist was born in 2014. Aside from starring in dramas, he has also starred in films.
3. The King: Eternal Monarch
Jung Hyeon-jun played the role of young Lee Gon (Lee Min Ho) in the Korean series, ‘The King: Eternal Monarch.’ He is a popular child actor in the South Korean Entertainment Industry. Jung Hyeon-jun has starred in some of the most popular dramas and films such as ‘Parasite,’ etc. We are sure Jung Hyeon-jun is one of the future stars of the South Korean entertainment industry.
4. When The Camellia Bloom
Kim Kang-hoon starred in the drama When the Camellia Bloom as Pil Goo, the son of Oh Dong-baek (Gong Hyo-jin.) The adorable child artist gained fame when he was cast in some of the popular Korean dramas and films such as ‘Exit,’ ‘Mr. Sunshine,’ etc.
5. The Moon Embracing The Sun
Kim Yoo-jung is a former child actress of South Korea, she starred in the Korean drama ‘The Moon Embracing the Sun’ as a child actress and played the role of young Lady HeoYeon-woo. The actress went on to become one of the leading Actresses of this generation. Kim Yoo-jung started her career as a loved child artist and now she has transformed into a loved leading actresses of the South Korean entertainment industry.
6. Train To Busan
Kim Su-an played the role of Gong Yoo's daughter in ‘Train to Busan.’ She is a familiar face among the child artists of the South Korean entertainment industry, she was born in 2006. Kim Su-an found fame when she was cast in the cult zombie thriller film, Train to Busan in 2016. She has starred in multiple films and television series.
7. What's Wrong With Secretary Kim
Moon Woo-jin is a familiar face for Korean drama lovers as the child actor has played the role of the male lead's younger Version in multiple dramas. He played the younger version of Park Seo-joon"s character in ‘What's Wrong with Secretary Kim.’ Some of his works include, ‘My ID is Gangnam Beauty,’ ‘It's Okay to Not be Okay,’ etc.
8. A Tale Of Two Sisters
‘A Tale of Two Sisters’ is a South Korean horror psychological thriller film. This film had two child actors play the titular role of the title. Im Soo-jung and Moon Geun-young who are now leading actresses of South Korea played the role of two sisters in this film as child actresses.
9. Missing You
Another former child artist on this list! Kim So-hyun played the young version of the lead character, Lee Soo-yeon. Kim So-hyun started her acting career as a child actress in 2006 while she was born in 1999. The beautiful child artist transformed into one of the most recognized leading ladies of the South Korean entertainment industry.
10. Her Private Life
Choi Go is one of the cutest little munchkins who is a promising child actor in the South Korean entertainment industry. The young artist starred in the Korean drama, Her Private Life as the younger version of the lead character, Ryan Gold. The child artist was born in 2013. He has starred in some popular Korean dramas such as ‘The King: Eternal Monarch,’ ‘The Tale of a Gumiho.'