Korean actress Han Ji-min has chosen her new agency as BH Entertainment, a home of big name actors including Lee Byung-hun.
After leaving her previous agency SM C&C, Han has signed an exclusive management deal with BH Entertainment, the agency announced through a statement Tuesday.
The deal marks her reunion in 10 years with actors Lee Byung-hun and Jin Goo, the co-stars in her TV debut feature “All In,” the agency explained.
Debuted in 2003 with “All In,” Han has cemented her acting career by impressing audiences with TV series “Jewel in the Palace,” “Yi San,” “Resurrection” and “Padam Padam.”
The 31-year-old actress shot to the next Hallyu star after sweeping awards with her lovely character Park-ha in 2012 SBS drama “Rooftop Prince,” opposite actor Park Yuchun of JYJ.
She is currently filming her next film project, tentatively titled “Plan Man,” which will mark her comeback to the big screen after 2011 box office hit “Detective K.”
BH Entertainment takes care of careers of Korean actors Ko Soo, Han Hyo-joo, Han Ga-in, Bae Soo-bin as well as rookie actors Ha Yeon-soo and Lee Won-geun.
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Courtesy of BH Entertainment