Shim Eun-kyung born May 31, is a South Korean actress. She has starred in the box office hits Sunny , Miss Granny and Fabricated City ,  as well as television series Naeil's Cantabile Shim made her acting debut at age 9 in the TV series The Woman Who Wants to Marry , and subsequently made a career as one of the best child actresses of her generation. In , she successfully transitioned as a lead actress via retro dramedy Sunny , which tells the story of seven women, crosscutting between their lives in the present and the experiences that first brought them together as teenagers in the s. By appealing to a wide range of age groups,  Sunny' s box office total stood at more than 7 million admissions at the end of its long run. Shim's other notable roles include a girl caught amidst the Korean War in black comedy Kyung-sook, Kyung-sook's Father also known as My Dad Loves Trouble ,  a sister with seemingly supernatural abilities in Possessed ,  a depressive in The Quiz Show Scandal , and a court taster in Masquerade.
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Shin Eun-kyung born 15 February is a South Korean actress. Shin began appearing in commercials in at the age of 13, and made her television debut in on KBS. Throughout the late eighties and early nineties, she acted in a great number of films and TV dramas notably in the medical drama General Hospital , garnering fame for her warm screen presence. In , she starred in two films, including the Korean-Japanese co-produced horror film The Ring Virus , based on the novel by Koji Suzuki.