Korean actress Moon Geun-young is eyeing to make her comeback to the screen this year.
An official with her agency Namoo Actors confirmed the news with the magazine in a phone interview Friday that Moon will mark her comeback sometime this year.
"Moon is currently looking over a number projects for either the small or big screen and we can certainly say that she will break her two-year hiatus this year," the Namoo rep said.
Moon, who is known as the nation's little sister, took a break from the spotlight after last starring in KBS' "Marry Me, Marry" in 2010 to focus on her studies.
She recently completed her last semester and managed to receive all her credits as a Korean Language and Literature major at Sungkyunkwan University.
The official explained, "Though Moon received all her credits to graduate, she still has to fulfill her required activities such as community service in order to get her diploma. So during that time, she plans on choosing her comeback project."
Meanwhile, when asked about reports from earlier in the day regarding the actress looking over the leading female role in SBS' upcoming weekend series "Alice of Cheongdam-dong" (translated title), the Namoo rep said that it is one of the projects that the actress is mulling over.
Moon first garnered attention playing the younger version of the female lead in the popular 2000 drama "Autumn Tale," starring Hallyu stars Song Seung-heon, Song Hye-kyo and Won Bin, and rose to stardom after starring in the hit horror film "A Tale of Two Sisters" in 2003.
She had solidified her position as 'the nation's little sister' with several more films and television dramas including "My Little Bride" (2004) and "Dancing Princess" (2005) but has been taking on more mature roles lately to shed herself of the childish image.
She has played the female lead in KBS' "Sister of Cinderella" (KBS, 2010) and "Marry Me, Mary" (KBS, 2010) and starred in the play "Closer" the same year.