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The series was a commercial hit, receiving the highest viewership ratings of all the Korean dramas that aired in 2006.Song experienced a rise in popularity, and was nominated for Best New Actress in the TV category at the 43th Baeksang Arts Awards for her performance.Before Song's debut to be an actress, she was a model for Kiki Magazine.She chose "Song Ji-hyo" as her stage name because she was inspired by the two famous actors Song Seung-heon and Song Hye-kyo.Their mother was a South Korean National swimmer representative.Song dreamed to be an actress during her high school years after watching Park Shin-yang in the 1998 South Korean film, Promise.The film became one of the highest-grossing films of 2008, and led to increased recognition for Song.
The series was a commercial hit, broadcasting rights were sold to nine countries.
She appeared in Running Man as a guest in episode 2 to episode 5 then officially joined and became a member of the show in episode 6.
After her contact ended with Namoo Actors, Song signed with C-Je S Entertainment in early 2011 and appeared in Choo Chang-min's film Late Blossom (2011).
She starred in the crime thriller Some (2004), where she played a reporter while co-starred with Go Soo.
Song made her television debut by playing second female lead in the romantic comedy, Princess Hours (2006), where she played a ballet dancer who dreams to be a ballerina.