, birth name: Kim Bok-Ja (Korean: 김복자, Hanja: 金福子) Kim is family name. Born April 10, 1950, is a female Japanese singer and television performer of Korean ancestry, originally hailing from Higashinari-ku, Osaka. Like many Zainichi Koreans, she had a legal Korean name and a name for everyday use, which was Japanicized . Due to her above-average height (174 cm or 5'8.5"), she is nicknamed "jotei" (女帝), meaning "empress".
She is signed to the Horipuro entertainment agency.
She voice acted as Koopa in , the first time he had been voiced.
She also performed with the music group m-flo on the song "HEY!" on their Beat Space Nine album which was released in 2005.
She has also voiced Marge Simpson in the Japanese version of The Simpsons.