Go Min-si is a South Korean actress and director.
Date of birth
She was born on February 15, 1995.
To be updated.
Details regarding her education are not yet available.
Her love life is not yet publicly known.
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Go Min-si made her directorial debut in the 2016 film Parallel Novel in which she co-starred and for which she won the Grand Prize during the Three Minutes Film Festival. The same year, she gained popularity after appearing in the third season of the web series 72 Seconds.
She also appeared in the music video of "Sign" by Thunder.
In 2017, Go was cast in the web series Absolutely Perfect Man. She also made her television debut in the historical drama My Sassy Girl, before appearing in the youth drama Hello, My Twenties! 2 and in the fantasy drama Meloholic.
In 2018, Go made a cameo appearance in the comedy television series Welcome to Waikiki and in the drama Live.
She also joined the cast of Forgotten Season, which is the second series of KBS Drama Special's ninth season, and the mystery thriller series The Smile Has Left Your Eyes.
She appeared in the film Cheese in the Trap, which is an adaptation of the series of the same name, and in The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion. For the latter, she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the 55th Grand Bell Awards and she won the Popular Star Award at the 7th Korea Best Star Awards.
In 2019, Go took on the role of Hwaja, the protagonist's sister, in the Korean-Japanese period action film The Battle: Roar to Victory. She accepted a supporting role in the Netflix series Love Alarm in which she portrayed the lead character's cousin.
Go also appeared in the thriller television series Secret Boutique for which she won Best New Actress at the 2019 SBS Drama Awards.
In 2020, Go appeared in the Netflix series Sweet Home, adapted from the webtoon of the same name. She will also appear in the mystery action series Mount Jiri, reuniting her with director Lee Eung-bok after Sweet Home.
|Born||15th February, 1995|
|Home City||Daejeon, South Korea|