Kim Young Ok Synopsis and Plot Summary
Kim Young Ok is a veteran, award-winning South Korean actress. She is known as South Korea’s “National Grandma” for her many portrayals of grandmothers in film and tv.
She made her performing debut at the age of nineteen within the 1957 movie “Farewell Sorrow!”. Her role within the 1978 tv drama “I Sell Happiness” delivered her the Daesang Award (Grand Prize for Television) at the fifteenth Baeksang Arts Awards, the primary of many acting accolades for the duration of her prolific career that spans films, television, and voice-over performing.
First Name: Young Ok
Native Name: 김영옥
Also Known as: Kim Yeong Ok,
Nationality: South Korean
Born: 5 December 1937