Awards & Winners

Patti Kim

Date of Birth 28-February-1938
Place of Birth Seoul
(South Korea, Korea)
Nationality South Korea
Also know as 김혜자, 패티김
Profession Singer
Patti Kim Hye-ja is a prominent South Korean pop singer. She is commonly referred to as a "Super Star" by Korean media. In 1959, one year after Kim graduated from Seoul Jungang Girls' High School, she debuted as a singer at a stage of the Eighth United States Army. In 1963, as a recommendation by composer, Park Chun-seok, Kim sang Pledge of Love, an adapted song of Till and gained a popularity. In the same year, she got a chance to sing at a stage in Las Vegas, United States. With the collaboration with Gil Ok-yun, a renowned composer and her first husband, Kim announced a lot of hit songs, and albums including "Sawori gamyeon", "Sarangui changa", "Saranghaneun Maria", "Motiteo" which are still favored by mid aged fans. During the marriage until 1972, they produced about 70 albums, and 500 to 600 songs. In 1978 Patti Kim became the first Korean pop singer who showed her singing performance at the stage of Sejong Center, which only allowed for classical musicians at that time. In 1989, she had a performance in Carnegie Hall, New York City. In 1996, she was honored the prestigious Hwagwan Cultural Merit by the South Korean government as the third singer after Kim Jeong-gu, and Lee Mi-ja.

Awards by Patti Kim

Check all the awards nominated and won by Patti Kim.


PaekSang Arts Award for Best TV Soundtrack
Honored for : Lights and Shadows

Nominations 1986 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
PaekSang Arts Award for Best TV Soundtrack Lights and Shadows