South Korean Actress Says She’s 43 But No One Believes Her For a Second

With her youthful looks and well-toned physique, South Korean actress Han Go Eun can easily be mistaken to be in her late 20s.

However, this 5-foot 9-inch tall supermodel-turned-actress recently turned 43, and netizens are impressed by how she continues to defy aging.

Han, who holds both American and South Korean citizenship, first rose to prominence after winning the prestigious Super Elite Model Contest in 1995.

She appeared on the cover of several hot magazines early in her modeling career and was featured in a number of music videos in the 1990s.

While she made her acting debut in 1995 via television series “LA Arirang,” she became more active in acting only in 1998.

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In 2001, Han began her relationship with singer/heartthrob Joon Park, the main member of popular boy band G.O.D. Their love story, however, ended in 2003.

After remaining single for over a decade, Han shocked her fans when news emerged in August 2015 that she got married to a corporate employee who is four years younger than her. 

While she keeps most of her private life a secret, she is always open about sharing the reasons for her ageless beauty.

Han has noted in interviews that she watches her health by taking regular checkups with her doctor, eating plenty of vegetables, and always getting enough sleep.

Images via Instagram / hangoeun310

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