Huh E-jae (born 19 February 1987) is a South Korean actress. She is best known for her leading roles in the television dramas Prince Hours and Single Dad in Love.

Huh E-jae began her entertainment career by modeling for magazines when she was a high school student. After making her acting debut in 2004, she was given the nickname “Little Kim Tae-hee” due to her resemblance to the popular actress. Huh first appeared in several sitcoms on KBS followed by supporting roles, notably as Kim Rae-won’s love interest in the 2006 gangster film Sunflower.

In 2007, Huh got her big break when she was cast in the female leading role in Prince Hours (also known as Goong S). She and Seven played childhood best friends whose lives are changed when he turns out to be a member of the Korean royal family. Unlike its predecessor Princess Hours, Goong S received low ratings. But it made Huh into a household name, and that year, she won recognition at Andre Kim’s Best Star Awards and the Premiere Rising Star Awards (held during the PIFF).

In 2009, Huh left her agency, Bae Yong-joon’s BOF (Boundaries of Forest), and transferred to YG Entertainment. She then joined the Telecinema project, seven Korea-Japan joint productions that both received a limited theater release and were broadcast on television (SBS in South Korea, and TV Asahi in Japan). In 19-Nineteen, Huh, T.O.P and Seungri played nineteen-year-old teenagers who become fugitives from the law after being falsely accused of murder.

Later that year, she was also one of the lead stars of the romantic comedy film Girlfriends, in which her college student character shares a boyfriend with Kang Hye-jung and Han Chae-young, but all three women nevertheless become friends.

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