What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim star Hwang Bo Ra gives birth to her first child

Hwang Bo Ra is now the proud mother of a baby boy. She welcomed her first child, a boy, on May 23. Hwang Bo Ra is a beloved South Korean actress who made her acting debut in 2003. She gained popularity after her memorable role as the quirky “noodle girl” in a Ramyeon commercial.

Hwang Bo Ra welcomes his first child

On May 23, Hwang Bo Ra’s agency WALKHOUSECOMPANY announced the happy news that actress Hwang Bo Ra has given birth to a son. In its statement, the agency announced that the actress gave birth to a healthy baby on the afternoon of May 23. They also informed fans that both mother and son are in good health and are currently resting under the care of their family.

The agency expressed its gratitude to everyone who offered their blessings and support to Hwang Bo Ra and Oh Deok (the baby’s nickname). They expressed their hope that fans will continue to show warm greetings and love.

In November 2022, Hwang Bo Ra married Cha Hyun Woo (real name Kim Young Hoon), the CEO of her agency. He is also the younger brother of actor Ha Jung Woo and son of veteran actor Kim Yong Gun. This marriage occurred after 10 years of relationship. Upon announcing her pregnancy, the actress received numerous congratulatory messages, as she had overcome infertility problems related to her ovarian age.


More about Hwang Bo Ra

Hwang Bo Ra, a beloved 40-year-old South Korean actress, made her acting debut in 2003. In 2007, she played the daughter/narrator in the black comedy Skeletons in the Closet (also known as Shim’s Family), which earned her the award for Best New Actress. award at both the Busan Film Critics Awards and the Director’s Cut Awards.

After her debut, she took on supporting roles in several films and television dramas, including Arang and the Magistrate in 2012, The Eldest in 2013, and Cunning Single Lady in 2014. Additionally, she has played lead roles in projects such as the ghost romance. Jumunjin in 2010 (which reunited her with her Rainbow Romance co-star Kim Kibum), the revenge drama Dangerous Woman in 2011, and the horror film Navigation in 2014.

He has starred in many other K-dramas, such as What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim, Fight for My Way, Dali and the Cocky Prince, and more.

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