South Korean musicians born in the year 1964

Here are 6 famous musicians from South Korea were born in 1964:

Han Suk-kyu

Han Suk-kyu (November 3, 1964 Seoul-) a.k.a. Suk-kyu Han, Han Suk-Gyu, Seok-Gyu Han, Han Seok-gyu, Han Sŏkkyu or Han Suk-Kyu is a South Korean actor and voice actor.

Han Suk-kyu is considered one of South Korea's most versatile actors, known for his ability to play a diverse range of characters in both film and television. He made his acting debut in 1990 with the film "The Moon of Seoul" and went on to become a major star in the 1990s, starring in popular films such as "Green Fish" and "No. 3".

In 1999, Han Suk-kyu gained international acclaim for his lead role in the film "Shiri", which became a blockbuster hit in South Korea and was also released in several other countries. He continued to work steadily in film and television throughout the 2000s and 2010s, earning critical praise and numerous awards for his performances.

In addition to his work in front of the camera, Han Suk-kyu has also lent his voice to several animated films and TV shows, including the Korean dubbed versions of "The Lion King" and "Finding Nemo". He is also known for his philanthropic work, having served as an ambassador for UNICEF Korea and other organizations.

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Kyeon Mi-ri

Kyeon Mi-ri (December 25, 1964 Seoul-) also known as Mi-ri Gyeon, Miri Kyeon, Gyeon Mi-ri or Kyŏn Miri is a South Korean actor and singer. She has two children, Lee Yu-bi and Lee Da-in.

Kyeon Mi-ri began her career in the entertainment industry in the 1980s as a member of the popular girl group, "M.I.L.K". After the group disbanded, she transitioned into acting and has since become a well-respected actress in South Korea. Kyeon Mi-ri has starred in numerous television dramas including "Swallow the Sun", "You're the Best, Lee Soon Shin", and "The K2". She has also appeared in several films such as "Hi! Dharma!" and "Love So Divine". In addition to her successful career in entertainment, Kyeon Mi-ri is also known for her philanthropic efforts, particularly in helping underprivileged children. She has been recognized for her charitable work with awards such as the "Green Ribbon Citizens' Award" and the "Presidential Citation".

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Kim Kwang-seok

Kim Kwang-seok (January 22, 1964 Daegu-January 6, 1996 Seoul) a.k.a. Kim Kwangseok, Kim Kwang Seok, Kim Kwang-seok, Kim, Kwang-seok, 김광석, Gim Gwangseok or Kim Kwangsŏk was a South Korean singer.

His albums include , , , and . Genres he performed include Folk music and Folk rock.

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Jim Lee

Jim Lee (August 11, 1964 Seoul-) otherwise known as 이용철 is a South Korean cartoonist, artist, editor, publisher, writer and visual artist.

He is best known as co-founder of Image Comics and for his work on popular comic book titles such as X-Men, Batman: Hush, and WildC.A.T.s. Lee started his career in the comic book industry as an illustrator for Marvel Comics, working on titles such as Punisher War Journal and Uncanny X-Men. In 1992, he left Marvel to co-found Image Comics with several other artists, where he continued to create and publish his own comic book series. Lee has also served as the publisher of WildStorm Productions, which was later acquired by DC Comics. In addition to his work in comics, he has also provided art for video games such as Batman: Arkham Asylum and DC Universe Online.

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So-hie Kim

So-hie Kim (April 20, 1964 South Korea-March 1, 1995) also known as Kim, So-Hee, Kim So Hee or Kim Sun-ok was a South Korean actor.

She began her acting career in 1984 with the film "Widow Dance" and went on to star in several successful films such as "The Winter That Year Was Warm," "Our Twisted Hero," and "The Harmonium in My Memory."

Kim received critical acclaim for her versatile roles in both films and television dramas. In 1988, she won the Best Actress award at the Korean Association of Film Critics Awards for her performance in "Our Twisted Hero."

Aside from acting, Kim was also a talented singer and released several albums throughout her career. She was known for her soothing voice and sang in multiple genres including ballads and folk songs.

Tragically, Kim passed away at the young age of 30 due to complications from pneumonia. However, her lasting legacy as a talented actor and singer continues to inspire and captivate audiences even today.

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Lee Sun Hee

Lee Sun Hee (November 11, 1964 Boryeong-) also known as Lee Seon Hui is a South Korean singer.

Her albums include First Love, , , and . Genres she performed include Pop music and Ballad.

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