- Name: Song Hye-kyo
- Date of birth: November 22, 1981
- Registered birth date: February 26, 1982
- Profession: Actress, Model
- Height: 161cm
- Weight: 45kg
- Blood type: RH+A
- Talent agency: SidusHQ
In 2003, her popularity continued to climb when she played a leading role in the poker drama All In, alongside Lee Byung-hun. The following year, she costarred with singer Rain in the successful romantic comedy series Full House.
After the pan-Asian success of Full House, she starred in the film My Girl and I, which was panned by audiences and critics alike. She then went on a 2-year hiatus, returning to acting as the kisaeng Hwang Jin-i in the film adaptation of Hwang Jin-i, which was released in South Korea in 2007. She then made her American debut in the Hollywood indie film Fetish in 2008. In late 2008, Song starred in the KBS2 drama The World That They Live In opposite Hyun Bin.
Song is considered Korea's "Most Beautiful Woman" and has been chosen by many Korean male celebrities as the "Korean Goddess of Beauty". In 2010 she was ranked #18 in The Annual Independent Critics List of the 100 Most Beautiful Faces.
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Aside from dramas and films, Song is one of the most in-demand product endorsers in Korea and has done many TV commercials and print ads over the years. She has been a spokesperson for popular brands such as Laneige, Levi's (Lady style), Etude, Whitea, Aritaum, Innisfree, Nintendo DS (Animal Crossing), Roem, McDonalds (Ice Cream), FHM and Vivien (Bra).
Song has been in highly publicized relationships with two of her leading men. She started dating Lee Byung-hun while filming All In in 2003. Their relationship and subsequent break-up in 2004 generated much media attention and unconfirmed rumors. Song kept in touch with Hyun Bin after The World That They Live In ended, but it was their separation while Hyun was filming Friend, Our Legend in Busan that made them realize they were in love. They started dating in June 2009. Hours after Hyun Bin's military enlistment, his and Song's agencies confirmed speculation that they had broken up in early 2011. It is believed that they purposely scheduled the announcement to keep the public's focus on the stars' respective projects rather than the relationship, and so that the break-up would not overshadow Hyun's army send-off.