Mga Pahina

Huwebes, Mayo 24, 2012


                                                                LEE YOUNG AE


Name: 이영애
/ Lee Young Ae

Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1971-Jan-31
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 165cm
Weight: 48kg
Blood type: AB
Star sign: Aquarius
Family: Husband and two older brothers
Talent agency: Storm S Company
Education: Hanyang University (German Language and Literature), Chung-ang University (M.A. in Theater and Film)
Languages: Korean, English, and German
Hobbies: Swimming, playing the piano and horseback riding


2003Jewel in the Palace (대장금 Dae Jang Geum) (MBC)
2000Fireworks (불꽃 Bulkkot) (SBS)
1999Enbireyong (은비령 Eunbiryeong) (KBS)
1999Invitation (초대 Chodae) (KBS)
1999Wave (파도 Pado) (SBS)
1998Advocate (애드버킷 Aedeubeokit) (MBC)
1998Romance (로맨스 Romaenseu) (SBS)
1997Because I Love You (사랑하니까 Sarang hanikka) (SBS)
1997The Reason I Live (내가 사는 이유 Naega saneun yiyu) (MBC)
1997Medical Brothers (의가형제 Uiga hyeongje) (MBC)
1996Sibling Relations (동기간 Dongkikan) (MBC)
1996Their Embrace (그들의 포옹 Geudeului poong) (MBC)
1996Papa (파파 Papa) (KBS)
1995West Palace (서궁 Seogung) (KBS)
1995Love and Marriage (사랑과 결혼 Sarangkwa kyeolhon) (MBC)
1995Asphalt Man (아스팔트 사나이 Aseupalteu sanai) (SBS)
1994Dash (질주 Jilju) (SBS)
1993How's Your Husband? (댁의 남편은 어떠십니까? Daegui nampyeoneun eotteoshimnikka?) (SBS)


2005Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (친절한 금자씨)Lee Geum-ja
2001One Fine Spring Day (봄날은 간다)Eun-su
Last Present (선물)Jung-yun
2000Joint Security Area (공동경비구역 JSA)Maj. Sophie E. Jean
1999First Kiss (키스할까요)Herself (cameo)
1996Inch'Allah (인샬라)
  • 1994 SBS Drama Awards, Best New Actress
  • 1995 KBS Drama Awards, Popularity Prize
  • 1996 MBC Drama Awards, Outstanding Actress
  • 1997 SBS Drama Awards, Best Actress
  • 1998 SBS Drama Awards, Best Actress
  • 1999 KBS Drama Awards, Popularity Prize
  • 2001 Korea Movie & Music Awards, Photogenic Prize for Actress
  • 2001 Pusan Film Critics Awards, Best Actress (One Fine Spring Day)
  • 2003 MBC Drama Awards, Grand Prize
  • 2005 International Film Festival of Catalunya, Best Actress (Sympathy For Lady Vengeance)
  • 2005 Blue Dragon film award, Best Actress (Sympathy For Lady Vengeance)
  • 2006 Baeksang award, Best Actress (Sympathy For Lady Vengeance)
  • 2006 Cinemanila International Film Festival Best Actress: Lee Young-ae for Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (South Korea)

Personal life
On August 24, 2009, She married Jeong Ho Young, a Korean-American businessman. The wedding took place in the United States. On February 20, 2011, She gave birth to twins, one boy and one girl, at a hospital in Seoul.







Name: 고현정 / Ko Hyun Jung (Go Hyeon Jeong)
Profession: Actress, model, and singer
Birthdate: 1971-Mar-02
Height: 172cm
Weight: 54kg
Blood type: B
Family: 1 son and 1 daughter
Education: Dongkook University
Twitter: @kohyunjung_iok

Ko Hyun-jung  in Hwasun , South Jeolla ) is a South Korean actress. Like the characters she plays, Go Hyun-jung has had a life filled with drama. A Dongguk University Performing Arts major, she got her start as a runner-
up in the Miss Korea pageant in 1989, which launched her acting career. Her big break came in the 1995 SBS drama Sandglass . The drama dealt with modern Korean history from 1970 to the 1990s and was one of the highest rated dramas in Korean television history, with average ratings of 50.8 percent. People would rush home just to see a new episode, saying “it’s time to go home,” which meant they had to go home to watch Sandglass. 
In May 1995, at the peak of her career, Go married Chung Yong-jin, vice chairman and co- CEO of Shinsegae Group and grandson of Samsung founder Lee Byung-chull . The two first met in New York purely by coincidence when Chung had offered to help Go find her seats at the Winter Garden Theatre because her English was so bad.  After the most talked-about wedding in Korea at that time, Go announced her retirement from acting to focus on her new role as a chaebol's wife. They had two children together, a boy and a girl. But after eight years of marriage, a messy divorce followed in November  2003, in which she temporarily lost custody of her children.  Two years after the divorce, Shinsegae passed down a ruling stating that none of its department stores are allowed to display any Go-related material, including all her product endorsements. It is rumored that the ruling is still in effect. 

In Korea, divorce is still a big blow to actresses but Go is one of the few who've successfully overcome the stigma . She staged a comeback in the 2005 melodrama Spring Days , which she followed up with May-December romantic comedy What's Up Fox ? and police procedural H.I.T . Go regained her reputation as Korea's top actress in 2009 after playing royal concubine Lady Mishil in the hit historical drama 
Queen Seondeok .She was not the titular lead character, but her interpretation of the power-hungry main rival to the queen was impressive enough to make viewers remember the show as Mishil’s story. The drama reached ratings of over 40 percent and won her the highest award at the MBC Drama Awards and Baeksang Arts Awards.  That same year, Go surprised fans not only by appearing on a TV entertainment show (popular talk show Golden Fishery hosted by comedian Kang Ho-dong ) for the first time in 15 years, but also by addressing rumors surrounding her shrouded personal life.  Twenty-one years after making her acting debut, Go held her very first
fanmeeting on June 13, 2010 - she held a press conference beforehand, sang songs for the 500 fans present, answered questions, and prepared video clips.

Though plagued with production issues prior to airing,  Go returned to television ten months later in Daemul , which means "big shot" in Korean. In the drama, Go plays Seo Hye-rim, an anchorwoman who enters politics after the death of her war correspondent husband and becomes the nation’s first woman president. The 24-episode series revolves around an ordinary woman in extraordinary circumstances: how and why she became head of state and also the complicated schemes and plots surrounding her, her presidency, allies and enemies. Besides its star- studded cast (Go starred opposite pan-Asian actor Kwon Sang-woo ), the show’s ratings was helped by its controversial plot, which included events from Korea’s recent past such as a presidential impeachment and the sinking of a Navy warship, and it topped its time slot for 11 consecutive weeks.  

Go repeated her feat by winning the top prize at the 2010 SBS Drama Awards.  According to industry sources, Go was reportedly paid W55 million per episode, setting a new record for a Korean actress.  In 2011 she published a book on skin care titled Go Hyun-jung’s Texture . The actress has always been admired for her youthful appearance, largely attributable to her young and healthy skin which had made fans wonder about her beauty secrets. The book, arranged in the format of a documentary, contains Go’s own philosophy on beauty classified under six themes -- texture, color, light, line, formality and scent -- as well as her ideas on leading a sound and healthy lifestyle in general. The book is co-written by another writer who observed the actress's everyday life for six months, describing it in detail.  The book became a bestseller, with all 30,000 copies of the first edition selling out in just two days of release. 

Go also narrated the SBS documentary The Last Tundra - Movie Edition which offers a very rare glimpse into the life of the Nenets , the last reindeer herding nomads living in the Siberian tundra . Not content with her small screen success, Go began her late-blooming movie career by going against her image and taking pay cuts to star in non- mainstream films. She was part of the ensemble cast in arthouse films Woman on the Beach and Like You Know It All by auteur Hong Sang-soo . 
She then starred in Actresses , a semi- improvisational movie featuring six actresses each playing themselves. Director E J-yong, who was first inspired to make the film after going out for a drink with actresses Yoon Yeo-jeong and Go in 2007, said he focused on conveying the "reality" of the actresses' lives. 

At the press event for her eponymously named talk show The GO Show (which premiered on April 6, 2012), Go quipped, "I became an MC because I wanted to. I want to meet a lot of people and hear their stories. I
have always wanted to do that and SBS gave me that opportunity." Given her reputation for saying what is on her mind (one that has won the actress many fans), concerns have arisen as to how her work as show host affects
the impressive image of flawless elegance and sophistication she has gained over the years. But Go harbored little anxiety over how her public image might change, saying, “I think I can afford to put a small dent in my image and have some fun.”  GO Show is co-hosted by singer-songwriter Yoon Jong-shin, and comedians Jung Hyung-don and Kim Young-chul. 

She will headline a film for the first time in action-comedy Miss Go (international title: Miss Conspirator ), about 
a panic disorder patient who accidentally becomes involved in a cat-and-mouse chase between the police
and the country’s biggest crime ring, turning the woman's life upside down and transforming her into the queen 
of crime. 

TV Shows

Dae Mul (SBS, 2010)
Queen Seon Duk (MBC, 2009)
H.I.T (MBC, 2007)
What's Up Fox? (MBC, 2006)
Spring Day (SBS, 2005)
Sandglass (SBS, 1995)
Farewell (SBS, 1994)
My Mother's Sea (MBC, 1993)
A Love Without Fear (SBS, 1992)
Eye of Dawn (MBC, 1991)
Love on a Jujube Tree (KBS, 1990)


Miss Conspirator |  Miss Go | Miseugo Peurojaekteu  (2012)
The Day He Arrives (2011) ( cameo )
The Last Tundra - Movie Edition (2011) ( documentary narrator)
Actresses (2009)
Like You Know It All (2009)
Woman on the Beach (2006)

Talk show

The GO Show ( SBS, 2012)


Go Hyun-jung's Texture (2011)


2010 SBS Drama Awards: Daesang (Grand Prize) ( Dae Mul )
2010 SBS Drama Awards: Top Ten Stars Award ( Dae Mul )
2010 46th Baeksang Arts Awards: Daesang (Grand Prize) ( Queen Seon Duk )
2009 MBC Drama Awards: Daesang (Grand Prize) ( Queen Seon Duk )
1995 31st Baeksang Arts Awards: Nominated for Best TV Actress Award ( Sandglass )
1994 30th Baeksang Arts Awards: Nominated for Best Actress Award ("My Mother's Sea")
1992 28th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best New Actress Award ("Love On A Jujube Tree")
1989 Miss Korea: First Runner-Up




                                                                        JANG SEO HEE


Name: 장서희 / Jang Seo Hee (Jang Suh Hee)
Chinese name: 张瑞姬 / Zhang Rui Ji
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1972-Jan-05
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 163cm
Weight: 47kg
Star sign: Capricorn
Blood type: B
Talent agency: K&Entertainment

Jang Seo-hee ( Hangul: 장서희; or spelled Chang Seo-hee ; born January 5,1972), is a South Korean actress. She has starred in numerous television dramas and films, including SBS drama Temptation of a Wife. and MBC's Miss Mermaid which were extremely successful earning Jang Daesangs from MBC and SBS for each role. In a 2007 Chinese survey of the most influential Korean actors, Seo Hee was the highest ranking actress and
was placed seventh overall. [4] Jang Seo Hee was recently seen on Obstetrics and Gynecology Doctors on SBS as Dr.Seo Hye Young Seo Hee was appointed as an honorary PR ambassador for the 2009 Gwangju
Design Biennale . Her debut was a CFs as a Beauty Children Contest winner. 

TV Dramas

Year     Title Role                                                               TV Network
1994     Han Myung Hoe Deposed Queen Yoon                       KBS
1995     West Palace In-bin                                                    KBS
1996     Tears of the Dragon                                                   KBS
1998     King and Queen                                                        (TV)
1999     Hur Jun (TV) Kim In-bin                                              MBC
2000     Fireworks Na Hyun-kyung                                          SBS
2000     Foolish Princes                                                         MBC
2000     Emperor Wang Gun                                                   KBS
2001     Her House Chae Yeon                                               MBC
2001     That's Perfect                                                           SBS
2002     Miss Mermaid Eun Ah Ri Young                                 MBC
2003     Merry Go Round Sung Eun Kyo                                  MBC
2005     Recipe of Love Oh Soon Jin                                        MBC
2006     Geng Zi Feng Yun Si Qin                                           CCTV
2008     Temptation of a Wife Gu Eun-Jae/Min So-Hee                SBS
2010     Obstetrics and Gynaecology Doctors Seo Hye Young     SBS
2011     Master Lin in Seoul


1983 3 Days and 3 Nights
1993 The Sun Society
2003 The Crescent Moon
2004 Ghost House Win-ha
2006 My Captain Mr. Underground
2011 Secrets,Objects Hye-jung


1991 Baeksang Arts Awards, Best New Actress
2002 MBC Drama Awards: Actress of the Year nominated by The Press
2002 MBC Drama Awards: Dae Sang/Grand Prize Award (Miss Mermaid)
2002 MBC Drama Awards: Best Actress Award (Miss Mermaid)
2002 MBC Drama Awards: Most Popular Actress Award
2002 MBC Drama Awards: Netizen's Popularity Award
2002 MBC Drama Awards: Best Couple with Kim Sung Min
2004 Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Hallyu Star Award
2006 Chun-Sa Film Festival, Hallyu Culture Grand Prize
2009 Star, Shanghai International Film Festival
2009 SBS Drama Awards: New Star Awards
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Dae Sang/Grand Prize Award (Temptation of Wife)






                                                                        KIM SUN AH


Name: 김선아 / Kim Sun Ah (Kim Seon Ah)                                      
Chinese Name: 金宣兒                        
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1975-Oct-1
Birthplace: Daegu, South Korea
Height: 170cm
Weight: 50kg
Star sign: Libra
Blood type: A
Family: One sister, younger brother
Talent agency: Yedang Entertainment
Education: Ball State University USA (Piano Major)
Talents: Playing the piano, swimming and figure Skating

Kim Sun-a 

Kim Sun-a, the queen of comedy, has a new movie out and is currently one of the Korea cinema’s top actresses. 

In the new flick, “She's on Duty,” Kim Sun-a’s character, Chon Jae-in is a detective who goes undercover as a high school student. It’s a departure from her usual roles. But her trademark comedy is still there. Although the movie is filled with what she does best, she says she was still nervous.

Kim’s action in this movie was a focal point. Although it's not easy for a female actress to learn all these moves and work without a stunt double, Kim Sun-a pulled off the moves with finesse. Needless to say she put an incredible amount of sweat and hard work into it. 

Her debut on the silver screen was an action movie called “Yesterday”. 
Kim’s cold image stuck her with a very haughty, cosmopolitan image - Until the movie “Wet Dreams”. Kim Sun-a made a complete transformation and gave off a very amiable and friendly air. But still, audiences weren't quick to warm to her. 

She staked her claim as a comical actress in the movie “Great Expectations”. Her improve on the set challenged even those of her senior in comedy, Lim Chang-jung. But Kim Sun-a doesn't want to be pegged simply as a "silly" actress - 

Always with a smile on her face, people would be surprised to learn how deep her passion is towards acting. On sets, Kim Sun-a is always fun to have around and her smile is infectious, but many people would be surprised to learn how deep her passion is towards acting and her life. 

A careful, meticulous young woman hidden underneath an outgoing, free-wheeling public image. This has kept her afloat and popular during a time when the movie industry is overrun with male-centered films. 
Whenever we meet up with her, she always manages to put a smile on our faces. We hope her laughter lingers with fans throughout her career - that was the beguiling actress, Kim Sun-a!

TV Series

I Do, I Do (MBC, 2012)
Scent of a Woman (SBS, 2011) 
Telecinema After Wedding Banquet (SBS, 2009)
City Hall (SBS, 2009) 
When It’s At Night (MBC, 2008) 
My Name is Kim Sam-Soon (MBC, 2005) 
Golden Era (MBC, 2000)
좋아좋아 (SBS, 2000)
Love Story (SBS, 1999) daily drama
Jump (MBC, 1999) sitcom
Love and Success (MBC, 1998)
Forever Yours (MBC, 1998)
MBC Best Theater ‘Her Flower Pot NO. 1′ (MBC, 1998)


Pitch High (2011)
Attack the Gas Station! 2 (2010) cameo
Sweet Lies (2008) cameo
Girl Scout (2007)
The Worst Man of my Life (2007) cameo
She’s On Duty (2005)
S Diary (2004)
Happy Naked Christmas (2003)
The Greatest Expectation (2003)
Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield (2003)
Wet Dreams (2002)
Yesterday (2002)


2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Awards, Best Actress (Soap Opera, Scent of a Woman)
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars (Scent of a Woman)
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Top Ten Stars Award (City Hall)
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award, Special Drama – Actress (City Hall)
2005 MBC Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award – Actress (My Name is Kim Sam-Soon)
2005 MBC Drama Awards: Popularity Award (My Name is Kim Sam-Soon)
2005 MBC Drama Awards: Best Couple Award with Hyun Bin (My Name is Kim Sam-Soon)
2005 Asian Television Awards: Best Drama Performance by an Actress (Runner-up)

Kim Sun Ah        




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                                                                           LEE TAE RAN


Name: 이태란 / Lee Tae Ran (I Tae-ran)
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1975-Mar-25
Birthplace: Korea
Height: 170 cm
Weight: 50 kg
Star sign: Aries
Blood type: A

TV Shows

A Wife's Credentials (jTBC, 2012)
Comrades (KBS2, 2010)
My Precious Child (KBS2, 2008)
Famous Princesses (KBS2, 2006)
My Rosy Life (KBS2, 2005)
Best Mother (SBS, 2005)
The Woman Who Wants to Marry (MBC, 2004)
Long Live Love (SBS, 2003)
Yellow Handkerchief (KBS1, 2003)
Who's My Love (KBS2, 2002)
Navy (MBC, 2001)
How Should I Be (MBC, 2001)
Hong Guk Young (MBC, 2001)
More Than Love (MBC, 2000)
Days of Delight (MBC, 1999)
Goodbye My Love (MBC, 1999)
Steal My Heart (SBS, 1998)
Soonpoong Clinic (SBS, 1998)


Love Exposure | Eoggaeneomeoeui yeoni (2007) - Yun Hee-su
My Boss, My Teacher (2005)
Story of Man | Namja iyagi (1998) - Hee-kyoun


2006 KBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award - Actress ( Famous Princesses )
2006 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple Award with Park Hae Jin ( Famous Princesses )








                                                                   CHOI JI WOO



Real name: 최미향 / Choi Mi Hyang          
Chinese name: 崔智友 / Cui Zhi You
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1975-June-11
Birthplace: Paju, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea
Height: 175cm
Weight: 50kg
Star sign: Gemini
Blood type: A
Talent agency: Olive 9 Entertainment

TV Series
Can’t Live With Losing (MBC, 2011)
Star’s Lover (SBS, 2008)
Air City (MBC, 2007)
Rondo (TBS, 2006)
101st Proposal (2005)
Stairway to Heaven (SBS, 2003)
Winter Sonata (KBS, 2002)
Beautiful Days (SBS, 2001)
Honesty (MBC, 2000)
Mr. Duke (MBC, 2000)
Message (SBS, 1999)
Humaneness (KBS, 1999)
Love (MBC, 1998)
Happiness is in Our Heart (SBS, 1997)
First Love (KBS, 1996)
Only Love (MBC, 1996)
Happiness (MBC, 1995)
War and Love (MBC, 1995)



The Adventures of Mrs Park
First Kiss
Song Yeon-hwa
Choi Eun-ju
Han Seon-yeong
Han Hye-won
Choi Ji-woo


  • 1995: Korean Isabelle Adjani Award
  • 1998: 34th Baeksang Arts Awards - Best New Actress (The Hole)
  • 1998: 21st Grand Bell Awards - Best New Actress (The Hole)
  • 1999: Video Music Awards - Golden Video Best Actress (For Your Soul)
  • 2000: MBC Drama Awards - Best Actress (Mr Duke)
  • 2001: SBS Drama Awards - Best Actress for Special Production Drama (Beautiful Days)
  • 2001: SBS Drama Awards - Top 10 Stars (Beautiful Days)
  • 2002: KBS Drama Awards - Best Actress (Winter Sonata)
  • 2002: KBS Drama Awards - Popularity Award (Winter Sonata)
  • 2002: Best Dresser Awards - TV Talent category
  • 2002: 38th Baeksang Arts Awards - Popularity Award, TV category (Winter Sonata)
  • 2003: Golden Film Awards - Popularity Award
  • 2003: SBS Drama Awards - Best Actress for Special Production Drama (Stairway to Heaven)
  • 2003: SBS Drama Awards - Top 10 Stars (Stairway to Heaven)
  • 2004: 40th Baeksang Arts Awards - Popularity Award, TV category (Stairway to Heaven)
  • 2005: Korean Movies Association - Special Award
  • 2005: 41st Baeksang Arts Awards - Special Hallyu Award
  • 2006: Timeless Beauty Acting Award (Seoul)
  • 2009: Busan tourism ambassador for the years 2010-2012
  • 2009: South Korean Presidential commendation for promoting Korea's tourism
  • 2009: Inducted into Star Hall of Fame at the Seoul Drama Awards
  • 2012: Asia Model Festival Awards - Asia Star Award
Personal Life

Choi majored in aerobic dance at Pusan Women's College. She enrolled in Hanyang University's Department of Theater/Film and completed her first year; however she had to withdraw from college studies due to her hectic work schedule.
In 2009 Choi confirmed that she was dating her Air City co-star Lee Jin-wook. The couple broke up in 2011.










Name: 박은혜 / Park Eun Hye
Chinese name: 朴恩惠 / Piao En Hui
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1978-Feb-21
Birthplace: Incheon, South Korea
Height: 164cm
Weight: 43kg
Star sign: Pisces
Blood type: O
Family: Two older sisters, one younger sister, and husband Kim Han Sup
Education: Seoul Institute of the Arts
Hobbies: Traveling and listening to music
Education: Seoul Institute of the Arts
Hobbies: Traveling and listening to music

Park Eun Hye
With her acting skill and charm, she becomes a rising star in Asia. Since she acted for the Korean drama "Dae Jang Geum" as one of the main characters, she has gotten extremely popular in Asia. The drama was such a success that several countries had re-runs of the drama shortly after the last episode had ended. In Hong Kong, the last episode had almost half of the Hong Kong population staying at home just to watch it. In China, hundreds of million viewers watched the drama even if it was shown late at night. As a participant of the Korean Wave, she also starred in the Taiwan drama "Silence" with Vic Zhou, a member of F4, the popular Taiwanese music group. After her debut, she has mostly worked on TV. But now, worked with a director Hong Sangsoo as his muse, she starts to expand her talent to the screen.

TV Shows

Can't Live Without You (MBC, 2012)
Pink Lipstick (MBC, 2010)
Detective Mr. Lee (MegaTV, 2008)
Yi San (MBC, 2007)
The Person I Love (SBS, 2007)
Bad Woman, Good Woman (MBC, 2007)
Exhibition of Fireworks (MBC, 2006)
Silence (CTV, 2006)
18 vs. 29 (KBS2, 2005)
Little Women (SBS, 2004)
Island Village Teacher (SBS, 2004)
Dae Jang Geum (MBC, 2003)
Everyday With You (MBC, 2001)
LA Arirang (SBS, 1995)


Night and Day (2008)
Sunflower (2006) - Cameo
29 February | 2 wol 29 il (2006)
Daddy-Long-Legs | Kidari ajeossi (2005) - Young-woo
Dream of a Warrior | Cheonsamong (2001) - Rose
The Record | Zzikhimyeon jukneunda (2000) - Hee-jung
01412 Sect of the Magic Sword | 01412 pasasingeum (2000) - Princess January
The Best | Zzang (1998) - Yu, Hye-ri

- 2010 MBC Drama Awards: Excellence Award, Actress (Pink Lipstick)









Name: 김현주 / Kim Hyun-joo (Kim Hyeon-ju)
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1978-Apr-24
Birthplace: Kyung-ki province, Il-san City
Height: 167cm
Weight: 48kg
Blood Type: B
Family: Younger brother
Education: Dankuk University (Film drama major)
Twitter: @kim_hyunjoo

Kim Hyun Joo (born on April 24, 1977) is a South Korean actress . She made her movie debut in the 1998 film If It Snows On Christmas. She was in popular dramas like Glass slipper , Miss Kim's One Million Dollar Quest,
Marrying a Millionaire , and Land She is known for her bubbly and happy smile. She got a degree in performing arts from Dankook University . Being called ‘’Pretty woman’’ of Korea, Kim Hyun Joo is recognized with her brightly smile and a fresh face. She is an ideal girl of many Korean men. From 1996 to present In 1996, when she was still a high school-er, she was chosen as model for some magazine. It was the first time she entered the entertainment industry. During this time, she was pretty popular on magazines and she often got offer to feature in music videos of famous singers. In 1997, Kim Hyun Joo was accepted to Dankook University , film major. But due to her busy schedules as an actress and entertainer, she stopped university for 2 years. 2 years later she came back to school to finish her study.

In 1998, Kim Hyun Joo had her first drama Only Love, her acting was praised by her co-stars and directors. Not only is Kim hyun Joo an active actress but she is also serious in her work. And she is very friendly, that is why she gained a lot of love from public.
In 1999, chance kept coming to Kim Hyun Joo when she was casted as female lead in Days of Youth with Jang Dong Gun and Hwang Su Jung. But the drama didn’t succeed as expected, it also got complains like copying of
some Japanese drama. Jang Dong Gun was the one who got the most complaints, while the bubbly, innocent but unhappy character which played by Kim Hyun Joo received so many love by viewers. And Kim Hyun Joo was
slowly recognized by viewers. After success of Into the Sunlight with Jang Hyuk , Cha Tae Hyun , Kim Ha
Neul , the 4 leads got popular thanks to this drama. Also thanks to this drama Kim Hyun Joo was casted in another big role in Her House . In this drama, Kim Hyun Joo had to cut her lovely long hair. She played a student from a rich family, who love a guy who has a job as a driver played by Lee Seo Jin . Not only that, Kim Hyun Joo had the chance to compete her acting with her senior, actress Kim Nam Joo.

In 2001, with the success of Glass Slipper which Kim Hyun Joo got to act along with So Ji Sub and the talented actress Kim Ji Ho. With the story of Cinderella, this made Kim Hyun Joo into a Top A actress in Korea and her
name is recognized in all of Asia as well. Not only in Korea, the drama was very success in China, Taiwan and HongKong. It is also made a Kim Hyun Joo’s syndrome in Taiwan when a contest is organized to search for the
person who looks like Kim Hyun Joo the most. For those who won this contest, they had the chance to meet the real Kim Hyun Joo in person. With this success, Kim Hyun Joo was expanding to Hong Kong. She was cast
in the movie Star Runner with Vanness Wu . Her character is a Korean teacher who is in love with a naughty student whose name is Bond. The movie was a success not only because of an interesting story line but it also had the big names, and there were a lot of fans who only came to the movie to see Kim Hyun Joo’s acting.

Although it was a success but Kim Hyun Joo didn’t forget her Korean fans, she returned to Korea to film a new SBS drama, named Miss Kim Making 1 Million Dollar Quest . This drama is about the life of miss Kim. In this drama, Kim Hyun Joo played a poor girl who is abandoned by her boyfriend on her wedding. Miss Kim tries to make a lot of money to revenge her boyfriend, Kim Hyun Joo’s co-star in this drama is Ji Jin Hee. 2004, her Korean comeback with drama Miss Kim Making 1 Million Quest was a success. Although the drama was not the most popular drama of thedrama, but because of its good storyline and the excellent of Kim Hyun Joo as Miss Kim in this drama, Miss Kim received so much love from the puplic. Kim Hyun Joo herself won Best actress and Top 10 Stars for this role at SBS Drama Awards 2004.

After wrapping of drama Miss Kim making 1 million quest, Kim Hyun Joon signed another drama with SBS. November 2004, Kim Hyun Joo was back with a historical drama Land . Land is based on a true story about the life of the woman named Choi Sae hee. Land became very famous and got the highest ratings of the year 2005. This drama also helped Kim Hyun Joo popular actress and Top Excellent Actress at SBS drama awards 2005. She was also nominated at Beaksang awards for this role in 2006. In the year 2005, Kim Hyun Joo also had a role in her 3rd movie. The movie is called Sinsukkieblues. She acted the girlfriend of actor Lee Seung Jae in this
movie. Her 3rd project of the year 2005 was a 16 eps drama Marrying a Millionaire . This time her leading man is Go Soo . After the success of drama Marrying a millionaire , Kim Hyun Joo took a long break of 2 years. Later when was asked why she disappeared from the industry that long, she said that she hated her image, because she played so many roles, so she didn’t know who she really was. She felt slump. But as time passed, she regretted it. 
Instead of taking a break she should have work harder to overcome this. 2007, after a break of 2 years, Kim Hyun Joo came back with KBS drama Insoon Is Pretty . It is a very meaningful drama about the life of a woman who went to prison for what she didn’t do. The drama was not popular but Kim Hyun Joo’s acting shone in this drama. She received Best Excellent in Acting at 2007 KBS drama awards. Early 2009, Kim Hyun Joo accepted the role of Jun Pyo’s sister in Boys Over Flowers. She played Lee Min Ho's siter in the drama. With her charisma she was able to portray the role very well. Even until know, many fans still recognize her as Go Jun Pyo’s beautiful sister. Summer 2009, after the success of Boys Over Flowers, Kim Hyun Joo came back as lawyer Kang Eun Ho in KBS drama Partners .

Partners is about the law industry and the relationship among lawyers. 2010 was the most difficult year for Kim Hyun Joo’s life, she lost her father, friend and colleague. Kim Hyun Joo overcame this hardship and found happiness with her charity work. She became the ambassador for Good Neighbors, She has gone to Bangladesh, Philippines and other countries to help children. February 2011 Kim Hyun Joo came back as Hang Jung Won in Sparkling/ Twinkle Twinkle. The drama is about the lives of 2 women who got switch at birth. One is rich and the other is poor. Sparkling/ Twinkle Twinkle had the highest ratings among MBC dramas in the year 2011. With this success Kim Hyun Joo won Top Excellent Awards at the year end awards for this role. 

Il-san Achievement Elementary School
Won-Dang Junior High School
Go-yang Composite High School,
Dankook University (Film drama major).

TV Shows

Dummy Mommy (SBS, 2012)
Sparkling (MBC, 2011)
Partner (KBS2, 2009)
Boys Before Flowers (KBS2, 2009)
In-Soon is Pretty (KBS2, 2007)
Marrying a Millionaire (SBS, 2005)
Land (SBS, 2005)
Miss Kim Makes 1 Million (SBS, 2004)
Glass Slippers (SBS, 2002)
Sangdo (MBC, 2001)
Her House (MBC, 2001)
Virtue (SBS, 2000)
Springtime (MBC, 1999)
Love Story (SBS, 1999)
Into the Sunlight (MBC, 1999)
Ready Go! (MBC, 1998)
The Reason I Live / 내가 사는 이유 (1997)


1998: If It Snows On Christmas
1999: Calla
2003: Star Runner
2004: Shinsukki Blues
2011: If you were me 5

MC Work

Section TV entertainment Correspondence
Sunday Sunday Night
Saturday Everybody Arrive
Super TV Sunday Is Fun
SBS Star Show
Kim Hyun Chul - "One's Lifetime"
Lee Seung Hwan - "Entreaty"
Suh Ji Won - "I Liked It Then"
Yoon-ho - "Now"
Yuri Sang Ja - "To The Bride"
Brown Eyes - "Already One Year", "Little By Little".
Han Kyung Il - "Parting Was Far Away"


HaeTae Cookie Company
Maxim Coffee
Nong Hyup Insurance Company
Samsung Electric (Mymy, MyJet Printer, Magic Station, Hi-cool)
Nong Shim Instant Udong
Asiana Airlines
Go Eun Makeup (MyCel Plaster Pack)
Korean Tire
Julia Makeup
Fruit Land
Lotte Cookie Company (Chik Chok)
LGE Sharp
Vitamin Hair Pack
Na Deu Ri Mel
Green Plum Juice
Lae Mon Seuh Furniture
Nong Shim Instant Ramen
New Green Plum Juice
Hanhwa Building Company - Thinking in Dreams
Dae Woo Mutual Fund
Lotte Shim Gang Cheese Whiz


2011 MBC Top Excellence Actress,Serial Drama(For Sparkling/ Twinkle Twinkle )
2007 KBS Top Excellence in Acting (Female) Award
2005 SBS Ten Stars Award
2005 SBS Popularity Award
2004 SBS Ten Stars Award
2004 SBS Drama Special Acting Award (For "Miss Kim's Million Dollar Project")
2002 SBS Best Actress Award
2002 SBS Ten Stars Award
2002 SBS SBSi Award
2000 SBS Best Actress Award
1998 SBS Best New Actress Award
1998 MBC Best New Actress Award

2009 Montreal 2020 Summer Olympic Games Bid Ambassador
2010 Good Neighbors Ambassador
2010 Breast Cancer Prevention Ambassador
2011 Seoul International Book Fair Ambassador

현주의 손으로 짓는 이야기 ( Hyun Joo's Handcrafted story)








Name: 김하늘 / Kim Ha Neul
Nickname: Olive
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1978-Feb-21
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 167cm
Weight: 45kg
Star sign: Pisces
Blood type: B
Family: Younger brother
Talent agency: Yedang Entertainment
Education: Yong Gok Elementary School, Yang Kang Middle School, Keum Ok
Girls’ High School, Seoul Institute of the Arts – Film Major (Enrolled in 1997)
Religion: Roman Catholic
Christian name: Cecilia
Hobbies: Listening to music and traveling

Kim Ha-Neul, born February 21, 1978 in Seoul, South Korea, is a famous model & actress. Her given name
"Ha-neul" means sky in Korean. Ha-neul's immediate family consists of her mother, father, and one younger
brother. She first started her career as model for the clothing company STORM and then caught the eyes of
many by appearing in the music video for "To Heaven" by Jo Seong-mo (조성모). Ha-neul's acting career began in earnest with her 1998 performance, opposite Ji-tae Yu , in the troubled youth film "Bye June ". The following year she would appear in her first television drama " Happy Together " on SBS. By the time of her performance
in the 2000 romance film "Ditto " and her performance in the 2001 SBS drama " Piano ," Ha-neul had formed
the image of a pure, fragile young woman. 

Since that time, Ha-neul moved away from that image by first taking on more comedic roles in 2003's " My Tutor Friend " and 2004's " Too Beautiful to Lie " - both of which were box-office hits. During the next couple of years Ha- neul met more muted results with a succession of films that did not achieve a similar level of success. In 2008, Ha-neul had another hit with the SBS drama series "On Air " which brought a behind the scenes look into the world of television production. Ha-neul then made another bold move by starring in her first action-comedy film " My Girlfriend is an Agent " in 2009. As of June 16th, 2009 "My Girlfriend is an Agent" has sold over 4 million tickets in South Korea and became the biggest hit yet for the talented actress.

She is managed by J One Plus Entertainment. She has received numerous awards including Best Actress
at the 2004 Baeksang Arts Awards and most recently the award for Best Actress at the 48th Grand Bell Awards in 2011. She studied cinema in Seoul Institute of Arts.

In 2012, Kim returned to the small scene as Song Yi-soo, a high school ethics teacher, in SBS weekend drama A Gentleman's Dignity with Jang Dong-gun , Kim Min-jong , Kim Soo-ro , Lee Jong-hyuk and Lee Jong Hyun of CN Blue 

TV Dramas

A Gentleman’s Dignity (SBS, 2012)
Road Number One (MBC, 2010)
Telecinema – Paradise (SBS, 2010)
On Air (SBS, 2008)
90 Days, Falling in Love Days (MBC, 2006)
Stained Glass (SBS, 2004)
Romance (MBC, 2002)
Piano (SBS, 2002)
Secret (MBC, 2001)
The Sky Love (MBC, 2001)
Ghost (SBS, 1999)
Into the Sunlight (MBC, 1999)
Happy Together (SBS, 1999)


You’re My Pet (2011)
Blind (2011)
7 Grade Civil Servant / My Girlfriend is an Agent (2009)
Six Years in Love (2008)
Almost Love (2006)
Dead Friend (2004)
Too Beautiful To Lie (2004)
Ice Rain (2004)
My Tutor Friend (2003)
Ditto (2000)
Doctor K (1998)
Bye June(1998)
Eighteen Eighteen (1997)


Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref
2001 SBS Drama Awards Best Actress Piano Won
2002 MBC Drama Awards Best Actress Romance Won
2003 39th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress My Tutor Friend Won
2004 40th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress in a film Too Beautiful to Lie Won
2008 Korean Drama Festival Best Actress On Air Won
Korea’s Fashion & Design Award Best Dressed Won
29th Blue Dragon Film Awards Most Popular Actress Lovers of Six Years Won
SBS Drama Awards Top 10 Stars On Air Won
Top Excellence Actress Award Won
2011 48th Grand Bell Awards Best Actress Blind Won
32nd Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Actress Won


2008 - Clio (Cosmetics), Designer Jeans (Taverniti So, Miss Me, and Mek Denim)
2007 - LG Curair (Shampoo)
2004 - 002 (Telecom), Uni (Property agency), Mouth Rinsing Fluid, Old&New (Fashion)(with Bae Yong Joon)
2003 - A-noni (Fruit Juice), Old&New (Fashion)(with Bae Yong Joon), Blupepe (Fashion: Spring season)
2002 - Blupepe (Fashion: Autumn&Winter season), Old & New (with Bae Yong Joon)
2001 - Juliet Gold (Jewelry)(with Go Soo), Green Tea, Lotte (Coffee) (with Jo In Sung), Vatang (Cosmetics), NORTON(Fashion), CLRIDE (Fashion)
2000 - Julia Domestic, SI, Veople, Clride, Noton (Furniture)(with Yoo Ji Tae), LOTTE (Chewing gum), Rosehill (Cosmetics)
1999 - LG 109, Motorola MP-9000, MAX Coffee, SI, Paul Wheeler (Fashion)
1998 - STORM (Fashion)











Name: Ha Ji-Won
Hangeul: 하지원
Birth Name: Jeon Hae-Rim (전해림)
Birthdate: June 28. 1978
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Education: Dankook University
Height: 168cm
Blood Type: A
Family: Jeon Tae-Su (younger brother)
Talent Agency: Wellmade STARM
Twitter: +*****

Ha Ji-Won, born as Jeon Hae-Rim on June 28, 1978 in Seoul, South Korean, is a famous actress. 
She came from a large family of six (including her parents, 2 sisters, and one brother). Ha Ji-Won
is the second oldest child in her family and her younger brother Jeon Tae-Su is also an actor.
She started in the entertainment industry, after a talent agency offered to sign her to a contract. Ha Ji-Won considered the offer with her mother and eventually agreed. The contract also required that Ha Ji-Won go to college and major in theater. She also had to mime as a dolphin during auditions. In 1997, Ha Ji-Won made 
her acting debut in the KBS drama "Sinsedaebogo 100hui Teukjib" and continued to act in small supporting 
roles for several more dramas.
With 1999's KBS series " School 2 ," Ha Ji-Won started to gain the attention of drama fans.
In 2000, Ha Ji-Won made her feature film acting debut in the film " Truth Game " playing the role of a fan club president. Her performance would garner Ji-won the best new actress award at the 2000 Grand Bell Awards. 
Two years later, Ha Ji-Won would land the starring role in the box-office hit "Sex Is Zero," a film that would sell 4.2 million tickets during its theatrical run.
For the following year in 2003, Ha Ji-Won would take the starring role in the MBC drama "Damo: The Legendary Police Woman" - a unique action drama set in the Joseon Dynasty period. "Damo: The Legendary Police Woman " became so popular in Korea that a new expression "Damo Pain" (다모페인) was coined in reference
 to all the fans crazy about the drama series. Ha Ji-won would reveal later in a 2009 interview with KBS2 TV
 that her most cherished performance is " Damo: The Legendary Police Woman," due to the fans she gained from that series and that performance opening the door for coveted future roles. In 2003, Ji-won Ha would also release her first and so far only album to date "Home Run." Ha Ji-Won's next performance in the 2004 SBS drama "Something Happened In Bali," turned into another hit with the series revealing a surprise ending that
became a hot topic for its audience. Over the next few years Ji-won Ha would appear in a succession of romantic-comedy films: "Reversal of Fortune ," " 100 Days with Mr. Arrogant ," Love So Divine ," and "Daddy-Long-Legs ." Ha Ji-Won would also star in the popular 2006 KBS2 historical drama " Hwang Jin-yi ," which
recorded a high 29% viewership rating. Since that time, Ha Ji-Won has branched off into various roles for feature films. She has also picked up the reputation for picking challenging roles, as she learned advanced aerobics for the film "Sex Is Zero ," Sunmudo (Korean martial arts) for the film " Duelist ," and boxing for the film "Miracle on 1st Street " (in which she filmed the boxing scenes herself).
In 2009, Ha Ji-Won appeared in the big budget disaster film " Haeundae" and the drama film " Closer to Heaven," involving a romance between a man afflicted with Lou Gehrig's Disease (played by Kim Myung-Min ) and a
funeral home employee (played by Ha Ji-Won).
Ha Ji-Won then went on to star in the highly popular drama "Secret Garden," which recorded an impressive
31% viewership rating nationwide in 2010. She picked up numerous awards for starring in this series from the 2010 SBS Drama Awards.

Ha Ji-won is one of Korean cinema’s top actresses. She is also noted for her
versatility as an actress.
She started her career playing supporting roles in television productions. 
In 2002, Ha Ji-won had her breakthrough role as the lead in the horror film
Phone, earning her a best actress nomination at the Blue Dragon Film
Awards . Since then she has gone on to make films like the Sex Is Zero,
Reversal of Fortune , 100 Days with Mr. Arrogant and more recently Sector 7.
She has also starred in the movie Haeundae. 
She has also starred in the TV series Something Happened in Bali in early
2004, co-starring Jo In Sung and So Ji-sub . In that project, she played tour
guide Lee Soo-jeong, who consequently attracted two men whom she did not
like. She won a Baek-Sang Best Actress Award for her performance in this
In 2010, she starred as Gil Ra Im in the fantasy drama, Secret Garden.
In 2011, she starred in Sector 7 , South Korea's first 3D IMAX film , which has
broken the year's box office records since its opening on 4 August.  On 28
October, Ha along with Kim Hyun Joong of SS501 acted as emcee at the
2011 K-Pop Super Concert held at Gwangalli Beach in Busan, which was
broadcast on SBS on 6 November. 

TV Dramas

Year Title Role Network
1996 Adults don't know a student KBS
1998 Dragon's Tears Na-in KBS
1999 Dangerous Lullaby Young-eun KBS
1999 School 2 Jang Se-jin KBS
2000 Secret Lee Ji-eun MBC
2001 Life is Beautiful Ryu Hee-jung KBS
2002 Days in the Sun Park Tae-kyong KBS
2003 Damo Jang Chae-ok MBC
2004 What Happened in Bali Lee Soo-jung SBS
2005 Fashion 70's Cameo SBS
2006 Hwang Jini Hwang Jin-yi KBS
2010 Secret Garden Gil Ra-im SBS
2012 The King 2 Hearts Kim Hang-ah MBC

Music video

"Mother's Diary" (2000)
"Fast Mover" {2000)
"Oppa" by Wax (2003)
"Black and White photos" by KCM
"Flower" by Lee Soo Young (2005)
"Tears" by Luey (2001)
"Love Story" by Rain (2008)

Television hosting
2002 - 2003 SBS Midnight TV Entertainmentq


* The Joseon Beautiful Three Musketeers | Joseonminyeo Samchongsa (2012)
* Hi, Anna (2012)
* As One | Korea (2012) - Hyun Jung-Hwa
* Sector 7 | Chil Kwang Gu (2011) - Cha Hae-Joon
* Closer to Heaven | Nae Sarang Nae Gyeote (2009) - Ji-Soo
* Haeundae (2009) - Kang Yeon-Hee
* BA:BO | Babo (2008) - Ji-Ho
* His Last Gift | Majimak Seonmul (2008) - Hye-Young (cameo)
* Sex is Zero 2 (2007) - Eun-Hyo (cameo)
* Miracle on 1st Street | 1Beonga-ui gijeok (2007) - Myung-ran
* My Lovely Week | Naesaengae gajang areumdawun iljuil (2005) - Yun-Joo (cameo)
* Duelist | Hyeongsa (2005) - Namsoon
* Daddy-Long-Legs | Kidari ajeossi (2005) - Cha Young-Mi
* Love So Divine | Shinbu Sueob (2004) - Yang Bong-Hee
* 100 Days with Mr. Arrogant | Naesarang ssagaji (2004) - Kang Ha-Young
* Reversal of Fortune | Yeokjeone sanda (2003) - Han Ji-Young
* Sex Is Zero | Saekjeuk shigong (2002) - Lee Eun-Hyo
* Phone | Pon (2002) - Ji-Won
* Nightmare | Gawi (2000) - Eun-Joo
* Ditto | Donggam (2000) - Seo Hyun-Ji
* Truth Game | Jinshil game (2000) - Han Da-Hye

Home Run (2003)


2012: Sparkling Night - Shining Lady (Showbiz Industry)
2011: Grimae Awards - Best Actress (Secret Garden)
2011: Korea Savings Award - Prime Minister Award (for being a role model citizen)
2010: SBS Drama Awards – Top Excellence Award, Drama Special, Actress (Secret Garden)
2010: SBS Drama Awards – Top Ten Stars Award (Secret Garden)
2010: SBS Drama Awards – Netizen Popularity Award together with Hyun Bin (Secret Garden)
2010: SBS Drama Awards – Best Couple Award (Hyun Bin & Ha Ji-won) (Secret Garden)
2009: 46th Baeksang Arts Awards – Best Actress (My Love By My Side)
2009: 30th Blue Dragon Film Awards – Best Actress (My Love By My Side)
2009: 30th Blue Dragon Film Awards – Popularity Award (My Love By My Side)
2009: 5th Korean University Film Festival – Best Actress (My Love By My Side)
2007: 2007 Asia Model Festival Awards – Most Popular along with Jang Hyuk, Hyun Young
2007: 32nd Golden Chest International TV Festival – Best Actress (Hwang Jin Yi)
2007: 34th Korean Broadcasting Awards – Best Actress (Hwang Jin Yi)
2006: KBS Drama Awards – Daesang Award (Hwang Jin Yi)
2006: KBS Drama Awards – Best Couple Award (Jang Geun Suk & Ha Ji- won) (Hwang Jin Yi)
2006: KBS Drama Awards – Netizen Popularity Award (Hwang Jin Yi)
2005: 26th Blue Dragon Film Awards – Popularity Award (Duelist)
2004: SBS Drama Awards – Top Excellence Award, Actress (What Happened in Bali)
2004: SBS Drama Awards – Top Ten Stars Award (What Happened in Bali)
2004: 25th Blue Dragon Film Awards – Best New Actress
2004: 39th Baeksang Arts Awards – Best New Actress
2004: 39th Baeksang Arts Awards – Best Actress for TV Section (What Happened in Bali)
2003: MBC Drama Awards – Top Excellence Award, Actress (Damo)
2003: MBC Drama Awards – Best Couple Award (Lee Seo-jin & Ha Ji-won) (Damo)
2003: MBC Drama Awards – Netizen Popularity Award (Damo)
2001: Korean Society of Cinematographers – Most Popular Actress
2001: 36th Baeksang Arts Awards – Best New Actress for TV Section (Secret)
2000: MBC Drama Awards – Best New Actress (Secret)
2000: Blue Dragon Film Awards – Best Supporting Actress (Ditto)
2000: Grand Bell Film Awards (Daejong Film Festival) – Best New Actress (Truth Game)
2000: Pusan Film Critics Association Awards – Best New Actress (Truth Game)










Name: 채림 / Chae Rim (Chae Lim)
Real name: 박채림 / Park Chae Rim
Chinese name: 蔡琳 / Cai Lin
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1979-Mar-28
Height: 168cm
Weight: 48kg
Blood type: A
Star sign: Aries
Family: Younger brother/actor Park Yoon Jae
Talent agency: Olive9 Entertaiment


Chae Rim debuted as Miss Haitai in 1994. Having starred in many television
dramas, she is most famous for her roles in All About Eve and Dal-Ja's Spring.
[1] She enjoys great popularity as a Korean wave star in China and Taiwan,
having made several series there.
Chae Rim also co-hosted the MBC variety show Music Camp from 1999 to
2000. In 2010 Park returned to the small sceen with Oh! My Lady, co-
starring Siwon of Super Junior . It is a romantic comedy about a top star who
finds himself living with his manager, a 35 year old woman who is trying to
earn money to get custody of her child. 

Personal life
Chae Rim married singer Lee Seung-Hwan (14 years her senior) on May 24,
2003. On March 31, 2006, Lee's agency Cloud Fish released news of the
couple's divorce , stating that due to personality differences, the couple had
been separated since December 2005.

TV Dramas

Ai Shang Nu Zhu Bo (2010, cameo )
Oh! My Lady (SBS, 2010)
Good Job, Good Job (MBC, 2009)
Powerful Opponents (KBS2, 2008)
Dal Ja's Spring (KBS2, 2007)
Kang Xi Mi Shi as He She Li (BTV, 2006)
Lost City in Snow Heaven (2006, cameo )
Princess Sheng Ping (2005)
Banjun Drama (SBS, 2004)
Warriors of the Yang Clan (2004)
Oh! Pil Seung And Bong Soon Young (KBS2, 2004)
Love at the Aegean Sea (CTS, 2004)
On the Prairie (KBS2, 2003)
We Are Dating Now (SBS, 2002)
Four Sisters (MBC, 2001)
Cheers For The Women (SBS, 2000)
All About Eve (MBC, 2000)
Air Force (MBC, 2000)
Loving You (MBC, 1999)
Kaist (SBS, 1999)
Lost One’s Way (The Song of Hope) (우리는 길 잃은 작은 새를 보았다) (KBS2,
Shy Lover (MBC, 1998)
Jump 젿프 (1998)
As We Live Our Lives 살다보면 (KBS, 1998)
My Mother's Daughters 엄마쿘 딸 (SBS, 1998)
Ban Buhl Ee 방울쿴 (MBC, 1997)
A Daughter's Choice 딸쿘 선탿 (MBC, 1996)
Pair 짿 (MBC, 1995)
Journey 갈채 (1994)
Warm River 뜨거운 강 (1994)


2007 KBS Drama Awards: Best Actress, Top Excellence Award ( Dal-Ja's Spring)
2007 China BQ Awards: Favorite Asian Star Award
2006 China Annual Golden TVS Awards: Most Popular International Star
2000 SBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award
1999 MBC Drama Awards: Popularity Award
1999 MBC Drama Awards: Best Couple Award
1999 Baeksang Arts Awards : Best New Actress (TV) ( I'm Still Loving You )
1998 MBC Drama Awards: Best New Actress











                                                              HAN CHAE YOUNG

Name: 한채영 / Han Chae Young (Han Chae Yeong)
Real name: 김지영 / Kim Ji Young
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1980-Sep-13
Height: 172cm
Weight: 47kg
Blood type: A
Family: Husband/former actor/businessman Choi Dong Jun
Talent agency: BH Entertainment & Creative Artists Agency

About Han Chae Young

Han Chae Young was born on 13 September 1980 and is aptly named the "Barbie Doll" of Korea.
Today, it's not just her looks that have got people talking. Instead, the actress is garnering rave reviews for her work in the television drama, "Delightful Girl Choon Hyang "! A present-day version of the historical movie, "Choon Hyang," critics doubted the series would succeed. But the work has proved a favorite among young adults. Han was at the core of this success, playing a fun-loving, free-spirited young woman. She is also known for her work in the popular Korean drama Boys Over Flowers as Min Seo Hyun, a model and first love of JiHoo.

Personal Life

Han Chae-young is married to Choi Dong-joon.

TV Shows

Stranger 6 (MBC, 2011)
A Man Called God (MBC, 2010)
Boys Before Flowers (KBS2, 2009)
Exhibition of Fireworks (MBC, 2006)
My Girl (SBS, 2005) cameo
Only You (SBS, 2005)
Delightful Girl Choon Hyang (KBS2, 2005)
Beijing My Love (KBS2, 2004)
Affection (SBS, 2002)
Father and Sons (SBS, 2001)
Autumn Tale (KBS2, 2000)


Big Deal (2011)
The Influence | Inpulrueonseu (2010)
Girlfriends | Gyeolpeurenjeu (2009) - Se-Jin
Good Morning President (2009)
Soul Mates (2009)
Changing Partners Jigeum Saranghaneun Saramgwa Salgo Issumnika? (2007)
Wild Card (2003) - Kang, Na-na
Hae-jeok, Disco King Hae-jeok, discowang doeda (2002) - Bong-ja
The Record Zzikhimyeon jukneunda (2000) - Eun-mi. Stage
She acted in her first live-stage performance in "서툰 사람들".


2005 KBS Drama Awards - Best Couple (She and Jae Hee in Delightful
Girl / Sassy Girl Series).
2005 KBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Han Chae Yeong)
2007 22th Korea Best Dresser of The Year Awards - Best Dressed
2008 Asia Model Awards - Model Star Award
2009 Andre Kim Best Star Awards - Female Star Award
2010 Asia Model Awards - Model Star Award
2011 Asia Teen Popular Star Awards - Top 10 Hottest Asia
2011 Cosmopolitan Beauty Awards - 2011’s Most Stylish Actress
2011 China Trend Awards - Best Shining Star
2011 Drama Awards - 2011 Online International Best Artist Award










Name: 김태희 / Kim Tae Hee (Kim Tae Hui)
Nickname: Angel
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1980-Mar-29
Birthplace: Ulsan, South Korea
Height: 165cm
Weight: 45kg
Star sign: Aries
Blood type: O
Family: Older sister and younger brother/actor Lee Wan
Talent agency: Namoo Actors
Debut: CF Model
Education: Ulsan Women High School, Seoul National University (Bachelor’s
degree in Fashion Design)
Religion: Christian (Roman Catholic)

Kim Tae-Hee was born on March 29, 1980 in Ulsan , South Korea. Her immediate family consists of her
parents, one older sister and one younger brother. Kim Tae-Hee's younger brother Lee Wan is also an actor. Kim Tae-Hee, known for her beauty, actually grew up as a tough young girl. In an interview on
MBC TV variety program "Yoo Jae-seok & Kim Won-Hee's Come to Play," on September 13, 2010, Kim Tae-Hee stated she wasn't talkative as a young child, but fought physically with her younger brother
and other boys in the neighborhood. In another interview on KBS2 TV show "The Park Joong-Hoon Show," Kim Tae-Hee stated she frequently broke glass windows and often beat up her younger brother
Lee Wan as a child.
Even though Kim Tae-Hee grew up as a tough child, she received perfect scores in all of her classes throughout middle school and was also very popular with the male students. MBC cable TV program
"Star Secret" discovered these facts when they pulled up her school records and also learned male students in one of Kim Tae-Hee's high school gym classes would often stand next to the window to see her and scream out her name. In high school, Kim Tae-Hee picked up the quirky nickname "Headbanger". This
nickname came about because she would often study late into the night and in class would nearly drift off into sleep and then quickly snap out of it, resulting in her head making a headbanger motion - popular with heavy metal music fans.

Kim Tae-Hee then entered Seoul National University, often mentioned as South Korea's most prestigious and most difficult to enter university, to major in fashion design. The reason she chose this major was that she admired other people who did creative work. During her college days, she was first asked to model
for an ad designer who spotted her in the subway station. At this time, Kim Tae-Hee wasn't sure what she would do after college so she decided to take up the modeling work as a part-time job. In 2000, when Kim Tae-Hee was 21, she made her debut as an ad model for the product "White" (a brand of maxi-pads). She quickly turned into a CF blue chip.

Kim Tae-Hee would then make her acting debut in the 2001 film " Last Present ". In the movie, Kim Tae-Hee played the middle-school aged version of Lee Young- Ae 's main female character Park Jung-Yeon. One year later, she became popular enough to land leading roles in 2003 SBS TV dramas " Screen ," "Stairway to Heaven " & "A Problem at My Younger Brother's House ." Kim Tae-Hee became known for her beauty and graduating from Seoul National University. Nevertheless, her acting ability drew frequent criticisms from critics and the public. Some considered her to be the top CF star, but not a serious actress.
The criticisms did hurt Kim Tae-Hee personally and made her insecure about her acting abilities. By 2008, Kim Tae-Hee took a one year break from acting. In 2009, Kim Tae-Hee made her return to acting in the KBS2 blockbuster action drama " IRIS ." Initial reaction to her acting was muted, but began getting
better reviews as the series went on. Ratings for " IRIS" averaged 31.9%, tops in South Korea at the time, and the show would go on to become hit across Asia. In an interview with Kim Tae-Hee, she mentioned "IRIS " director Yang Yun-Ho made a comfortable environment for her to act and, through frequent rehearsal, made her understand her character's emotions. Kim Tae-Hee believes " IRIS " marked a turning point in her acting career.
After the drama "IRIS ," director Yang Yun-Ho suggested to her to take the female lead in his next movie "Grand Prix ." Kim Tae-Hee would play a female horse jockey and this served to be a problem, because she was afraid of riding horses. As filming went on, she became to enjoy riding horses. But there was
also other difficulties in the filming process. Lead actor Lee Jun-Ki dropped out of the film, after one month of filming, due to his required military enlistment. Actor Yang Dong-Kun was then selected as his replacement. Commercially at least, " Grand Prix " turned out to be a disappointment. The movie opened
#9 during the busy Chuseok holiday weekend and would go on to sell only 168,576 tickets during its theatrical run.
In the second half of 2010, Kim Tae-Hee chose the part of Lee-Sul in the SBS drama " My Princess".
In an interview with 10 Asiae, she mentioned that she likes childish things and likes to imagine about girlish romantic imagery. This is what drew her to the part of Lee-Sul in " My Princess ." On KBS2 TV show
"The Park Joong-Hoon Show,", Kim Tae-Hee also mentioned about rumors that she would marry the son of a Chaebol family. At first, Kim Tae-Hee ignored the rumors and believed the public would also. But, the rumors became more insistent and exaggerated and eventually caused Kim Tae-Hee's  management company to sue netizens who spread the false rumors.

TV Shows

Boku to Star no 99 Nichi (Fuji TV, 2011)
My Princess (SBS, 2011)
IRIS (KBS2, 2009)
Love Story in Harvard (SBS, 2004)
Nine Tailed Fox (KBS2, 2004)
Stairway to Heaven (SBS, 2003)
A Problem At My Younger Brother's House (SBS, 2003)
Screen (SBS, 2003)
Let's Go (SBS, 2002) sitcom
Mister Q (SBS, 1998)


Grand Prix | Geurang Peuri (2010)
Iris: The Movie (2010)
Quarrel / Venus And Mars (2007)
The Restless (2006)
New Citizen (2002) short Indie film
Last Present (2001, cameo)

Music Video

Year Song Artist
"Project" Joy
2002 "Letter" G.o.d
2003 "Only" The Jun
2004 "Don't Go Away" Park Yong Ha


LG Cyon (phones)
S-Oil (oil company)
Ohui (cosmetics)
Iriver (electronics)
Vivien (underwear brand)
Klasse (appliances)
Coca-cola Fresh Healthy Tea (Japanese Green Tea)
Hera (cosmetics)
Hyundai card - Hyundai capital
SI (clothing brand)
Daewoo LCD TV
My House My Root
HBC Bank
Calli Cosmetics
Beans Avenue Coffee
Crown Cookie
Caspi Conus
My Jet


2009 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple Award with Lee Byung Hun ( IRIS )
2009 KBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award, Novella Drama - Actress ( IRIS )
2007 44th Grand Bell Awards: Overseas Popularity Award ("The Restless")
2007 43rd Baeksang Awards: Popularity Award ("The Restless")
2005 41st Baeksang Arts Awards: Popularity Award ( Love Story in Harvard)
2004 SBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award ( Love Story in Harvard)
2004 SBS Drama Awards: Top Ten Stars Award ( Love Story in Harvard )
2004 KBS Drama Awards: Best New Actress Award ( Nine Tailed Fox )
2003 SBS Drama Awards: Best New Actress Award (Stairway to Heaven)












Name: 이요원 / Lee Yo-won
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1980-Apr-09
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 170cm
Weight: 48kg
Star sign: Aries
Blood type: B
Family: Husband/professional golfer Park Jin Woo and one daughter, cousin/
actor Lee Joong Moon
Talent agency: J&H Film

Lee Yo-Won was born on April 4, 1980 in Seongnam City, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. In 1997, during
her sophomore year in high school, Lee Yo-Won applied for a modelling contest and was picked as the winner.
After the contest she debuted in the monthly fashion magazine "Figaro" (휘가로) for its November issue. In 
1998, Lee Yo-Won made her acting debut in the film "Scent of a Man ". While acting for her first movie,
Lee Yo-Won sometimes teared up because staff members only applauded the other actors for their work.
Then some staff members noticed her tears and mentioned she was good at tearing up. That was the first time she positive words about her acting. With her confidence building and gaining more attention from the staff members Lee Yo-Won realized she wanted to pursue acting as a profession. For her second film, Lee Yo-Won played gas station attendent Galchi in the hit movie "Attack the Gas Station! " - which sold 2.4 million tickets. Thanks to the popularity of that film Lee Yo-Won started to gain recognition from the public. Lee Yo-Won then acted in several television dramas.

In 2001, Lee Yo-Won's big breakthrough came in the KBS TV drama " Blue Love" (Pureun Angae). For the first time Lee Yo-Won played the lead character in a TV drama and the series became a big hit. The drama itself contained a controversial (for its time) storyline involving a woman in her early 20's becoming involved romantically with a married man in his 40's. In the same year, 2001, Lee Yo-Won acted as one of the three 
main characters in the critically praised indie film "Take Care of My Cat " directed by female director Jeong 
Jae-Eun . The film was chosen as one of the 5 best films of 2001 by "Cine Seoul" magazine. Lee Yo-Won would also mentioned in a 2009 interview with "Elle Korea" fashion magazine that "Take Care of My Cat " was her
most memorable work. 

In 2003, at the age of 22, Lee Yo-Won made the surprising announcement that she will marry. By the end of January, Lee Yo-Won married professional golfer & businessman Park Jin-Woo. Lee Yo-Won temporarily put her acting career on hold while she went to the U.S. with her husband to study. In 2004, Lee Yo-Won had her first child. In an interview with TV show "Section TV - S Diary" on MBC, Lee Yo-Won mentioned that at the time of her marriage she was tired of acting and the demands placed on her. 
In 2005, Lee Yo-Won made her acting comeback in the SBS drama series " Fashion 70's ". She chose the role for three reason: because it was a historical drama, that it was directed by Lee Jae-Kyu (who previously directed popular female oriented detective drama "Damo: The Legendary Police Woman") and that it dealt with a woman's career and success rather than a pure love story. 
After "Fashion 70's ," Lee Yo-Won acted in various drama and movies. In 2009, Lee Yo-Won performed in another smash-hit television series, this time in the MBC historical drama "The Great Queen Seondeok ". Lee Yo-Won played main characer Queen Seondeok, who possessed extraordinary intelligence and strength.
 In an interview with "Star News," Lee Yo-Won stated she was tired of playing woman who were fragile and 
weak and eagerly took the role of Queen Seondeok because of this. 

In 2010, Lee Yo-Won's next film " The Recipe " was released in late October. She appeared at the world premiere for " The Recipe " during the Pusan International Film Festival (in which AsianMediaWiki attended). During the question and answer session Lee Yo-Won stated she chose the film, because she wanted to
work with another female director due to her great experience with " Take Care of My Cat ." Although she was initially relunctant to take on another role of a "fragile woman," the movie's producer Jang Jin and movie director Lee Seo-Goon convinced her this would be the right role for her.

TV Dramas

49 Days | 49 Il (SBS / 2011) - Song Yi-Kyung
The Great Queen Seondeok | Seondeok Yeowang (MBC / 2009) - Queen
Cruel Love | Motdoen Sarang (KBS2 / 2007-2008) - Na In-Jung
Surgeon Bong | Uikwauisa Bongdalhee (SBS / 2007) - Bong Dal-Hee
Fashion 70's | Paesun 70's (SBS / 2005)- Du-Mi
Great Ambition | Daemang (SBS / 2002-2003) - Yoon Yeo-Jin
Blue Love | Pureun Angae (KBS / 2001)
Pure Heart | Sunjeong (KBS2 / 2001)
/k Tough Guy's Love | Kkokji (KBS / 2000)
School 2 | Hak Kyo 2 (KBS / 1999)


Legend Punch | Jeonseolui Joomeok (2013) - main PD
Perfect Number | Wonjeonhan Sarang (2012) - Suk-Go
The Recipe | Doenjang (2010) - Jang Hye-Jin
May 18 | Hwa-ryo-han Hyoo-ga (2007) - Park Shin-Ae
When Romance Meets Destiny Gwangshiki dongsaeng gwangtae (2005) - Ko Yun- kyung
Surprise Party Seopeuraijeu (2002) - Wang Ha-yeong
Afrika (2002) - Yo-won
Take Care of My Cat Goyangileul butaghae (2001) - Hye-ju
Attack the Gas Station! Juyuso seubgyuksageun (1999) - Ggal-chi
Scent of a Man Namjaui hyanggi (1998)


2011 SBS Drama Awards: PD Award (49 Days)
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars (49 Days)
2010 Indosiar Mania Awards: Most Favorite Asian Actress
2010 Asia Model Festival Awards: Special Award for Asian Drama
2009 Korea Visual Arts Festival: "Photogenic" Award
2009 MBC Drama Awards: Best Couple Award (with Kim Nam-gil for Queen Seondeok)
2009 MBC Drama Awards: Female Top Excellence Award (Queen Seondeok)
2009 Grime Awards: Best Actress (Queen Seondeok)
2007 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award (Surgeon Bong Dal-hee)
2007 SBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award for (Surgeon Bong Dal-hee)
2007 SBS Drama Awards: Netizens' Choice Award (Surgeon Bong Dal- hee)
2007 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars (Surgeon Bong Dal-hee)
2007 SBS Drama Awards: Best Couple Award (with Lee Beom-soo for Surgeon Bong Dal-hee)
2005 SBS Drama Awards: Best Actress, Special Project (Fashion 70s)
2005 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars (Fashion 70s)
2002 SBS Drama Awards: New Star Award (Daemang)
2001 KBS Drama Awards: Most Popular Actress
2001 Blue Dragon Film Awards : Best New Actress (Take Care of My Cat)
2001 Baeksang Arts Awards : Best New Actress (Take Care of My Cat)
2001 Chunsa Film Art Awards : Best Actress (Take Care of My Cat)








Name: 한혜진 / Han Hye Jin
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1981-Oct-27
Birthplace: South Korea
Height: 164cm
Weight: 45kg
Star sign: Scorpio
Blood type: A
Family: Older sister Han Moo Young, brother-in-law/actor Kim Kang Woo
Talent agency: Namoo Actors
Education: Seoul Institute of the Arts
Hobbies: Piano playing and nunchucks
Religion: Christianity
Twitter: +*****

Han Hye-jin is a South Korean actress , known for her leading role as Soseono in
Jumong .

TV Dramas

Syndrome (JTBC,2012)
The Thorn Birds (KBS) (KBS2,2011)
Jejoongwon (SBS,2010)
Terroir (SBS,2008)
The Book of Three Han : The Chapter of Jumong (MBC,2006)
Be Strong Geum Soon (MBC,2005)
You Are A Star (KBS1,2004)
New Human Market (SBS,2003)
1% Of Anything ( MBC,2003)
Inspector Park Moon Soo (MBC,2002)
I Love Hyun jung (MBC,2002)
Romance (MBC,2002)
Friends (MBC,2002)


No Mercy (2010)
Dharma 2: Showdown in Seoul (2004)
R.U. Ready? (2002)


2004 KBS Acting Awards: Best New Actress for You Are Star
2005 MBC Acting Awards: Top Excellence in Acting for Be Strong, Geum Soon!
2006 MBC Acting Awards: Top Excellence in Acting for Jumong
2010 SBS Acting Awards: PD Awards for Jejoongwon
2011 SBS Entertainment Awards: New Star Award (Talk Show Category) for Healing Camp
2011 KBS Acting Awards: Won, Popularity Awards for Thorn Birds






Name: 최정원 / Choi Jung Won (Choe Jeong Won)
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1981-Mar-10
Birthplace: South Korea
Height: 168cm
Weight: 47kg
Star sign: Pisces
Talent agency: Wellmade STAR M

Choi Jung Won (최정원) (April 30, 1981) is South Korean actress and model
who probably best known for her roles in television series such as Famous
Princesses , The Kingdom of the Winds and recently Brain .

TV Dramas

Brain | Beulein (KBS2 / 2011-2012) - Yoon Ji-Hye
Pick Up the Stars | Byeoleul Ddadajwo (SBS / 2010)
The Land of the Wind | Baramui Nara (KBS2 / 2008-2009) - Yeon
The Great King Sejong | Dae-hwang Saejong (KBS2 / 2008)
Famous Chil Princesses | Somunnam Chilkongju (KBS2 / 2006) - Na Mi-Chil
December Fever (2004)
Long Live Love | Aejeongmanse (SBS / 2003)
Ladies of the Palace | Yeoin Cheonha (SBS / 2001-2002) - Chang Bin-An.


Perfect Game | Peopekteu Geim (2011) - Kim Seo- Hyung
Sweet Dreams | Sueuiteu Deurim (2009)
Life is Beautiful | Dyaehani Minguksshi (2008)
My Father (2007)
Sweet Dreams | 스위트 드림 (2007)
Small Town Rivals | Yijang-gwa gunsu (2006)


2011 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple with Shin Ha Kyun for Brain
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Netizens' Award for Brain
2008 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple Award with Song Il Gook for The Kingdom of the Winds]]
2008 KBS Drama Awards: Mini Drama Excellence Award - Actress for The Kingdom of the Winds
2007 Andrea Kim New Star award
2006 KBS Acting Awards: Excellence Award for Famous Princesses
2006 KBS Acting Awards: Popularity Award for Famous Princesses





                                                             KIM YOO JIN "EUGENE"

  • Stage name: Eugene                                              
  • Real name: 김유진 / Kim Yoo Jin (Gim Yu Jin)   
  • Nickname: Panda
  • Profession: Singer and actress 
  • Birthdate: 1981-Mar-03
  • Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
  • Height: 160cm
  • Weight: 47kg
  • Star sign: Pisces
  • Blood type: A
  • Family: Husband/actor Ki Tae Young and one younger sister
Eugene was born in Seoul, South Korea, but spent her childhood in Guam after moving there after elementary school. She returned to Korea with her mother and younger sister sometime in high school, and eventually graduated from Korea Kent Foreign School.


By way of an audition tape, Eugene was able to be part of a music group for SM Entertainment in South Korea, even though she was still in Guam. Debuting in 1997, S.E.S. became one of the biggest Korean groups of all time, having the record for biggest selling album by a female group in Korea. While in S.E.S., Eugene became known for her beauty and was part of the reason why S.E.S. had many advertising contracts. In fact, for certain print campaigns (like for Korean cosmetics company Etude), Eugene had the leading role, being the focus of the advertisements.
After the split of S.E.S. in 2002, Kim starred in four Korean dramas: Loving YouSave The Last Dance for MeWonderful Life, and I Really, Really Like You. She also appeared in commercials and advertisements, notably for Korean cosmetics company Cathy Cat. In addition, she released two solo albums. My True Style, her first album, has sold nearly 65,000 records and had one hit ballad, "The Best". Her second album 810303 sold a disappointing 19,000 copies. Although sales were low, Eugene still had a very successful single with "Windy", mostly due to her new "sexy" image (compared to her previous girl next door image). This song was performed on all the music video programs in Korea for many months, in addition to her second single. Promotions were stopped near the end of the year.
Eugene made her theater debut in the musical adaptation of the film Innocent Steps and her film debut in Unstoppable Marriage.
After taking on the lead roles in the dramas One Mom and Three Dads and Creating Destiny, Eugene starred in the massive hit King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo.
In 2007 Eugene took over from Lee Hyori as one of the co-hosts of the KBS variety show Happy Together Friends, until the show was overhauled for a third season. After the success of her previous programEugene’s Makeup Diary, cable style network O'live again chose her as the host of new show Get It Beauty which began airing in July 2010.
Eugene has authored two books: Eugene's Beauty Secrets and Eugene's Get It Beauty.
She is co-president of the clothing brand byMOMO.

On May 11, 2011, Eugene announced on her fansite that after a year and a half of dating, she was getting married to Ki Tae-young, her leading man in 2009's Creating Destiny. The couple later held a joint press conference to discuss further details about their relationship and wedding plans. The couple released their prenup pictorial a week before the wedding. The couple married in a private wedding ceremony at the Seoul Central Church in Anyang, Gyeonggi-do, on July 23, 2011. Eugene's dress was designed by renowned Filipino-French designer, Monique Lhuillier.



AlbumRelease DateUnit SalesAgencyLabel
1st: My True Style...2003-05-30


F&J Entertainment

YBM Seoul Records
2nd: 8103032004-08-18






AlbumRelease DateLabelSong
Save the Last Dance for Me OST2004-11-25

Track 5: My Dream
I Really Really Like You OST2006-04-26

Fantom Entertainment
Track 3: Like a Candy
Track 7: Really Really Like You (Rock version)
Romantic Island Christmas Story (Single)2008-12-11

Track 1: Romantic Christmas (duet with Lee Seon-gyun)
Romantic Island OST2008-12-16

Track 3: Plastic Syndrome
Track 10: Travel Memories

Featured Artist

AlbumRelease DateLabelSong
Oh Jong Hyuk 1st album: OJ Issue2006-09-11

Universal Music
Track 13: One Month
Kan Mi Youn 1st album: Refreshing2006-09-15

CJ Music
Track 3: 그 앤 너에게 반하지 않았어
Ahn Jae-wook 4th album: Life for Love2009-08-05

Pony Canyon Korea
Track 5: Make Me Smile
Bada 4th album: Look at the Sea2009-08-06

Platys Entertainment
Track 13: ...나요
Shoo single: Devote One's Love2010-01-08

LOEN Entertainment
Track 3: With Me
Kim Jin Woo single: Love Latte2010-08-05

Track 1: Love Latte


AlbumRelease DateLabelSong
Christmas with Pfull2004-12-10

Track 6: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year2005-12-12

Track 6: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

2002Loving YouJin Da-raeKBS
2004Save the Last Dance for MeJi Eun-sooSBS
2005Wonderful LifeJung Se-jinMBC
2006I Really Really Like YouYeo Bong-soonMBC
2008One Mom and Three DadsSong Na-YoungKBS2
2009Creating DestinyHan Sang-eunMBC
2010King of Baking, Kim Tak GooShin Yoo-kyungKBS2
2011Drama SpecialPrincess Hwapyung's Weight LossPrincess HwapyungKBS2

  • Yoga School (2009)
  • Romantic Island (2008)
  • I Feel Lucky / Like The Feeling Of Not Knowing (2008)
  • The Man Book 198 Pieces (2008)
  • Unstoppable Marriage (2007)

  • 2002 SBS Saturday is Coming
  • 2003 KBS Nam Hui-seok, Eugene's Love Story
  • 2005 레인스톤 Live Annual Concert
  • 2005 KBS Happy Together Friends
  • 2006 Eve of Seoul Drama Awards
  • 2007 MBC America 개국기념 축하쇼 We Are One
  • 2007 Dream Concert
  • 2007 Asia Song Festival
  • 2008 Premiere Asia Rising Star Awards
  • 2008 Seoul Drama Awards
  • 2009 O'live TV Living Beauty - Eugene's Makeup Diary, Season 1
  • 2009 O'live TV Living Beauty - Eugene's Makeup Diary, Season 2
  • 2010 O'live TV Get It Beauty (currently on the air)
  • 2010 Asia Song Festival

  • 2009 Eugene's Beauty Secrets
  • 2011 Eugene's Get It Beauty


  • Education: Sang Soo Elementary School, Agatha Johnston Middle School, JFK High School, K.F.S (Korean Foreign School)
  • Hobbies: Collecting albums and athletics
  • Specialty: Playing piano, drawing, writing, interior design and photography
  • Languages: Korean, English and Chamorro
  • Religion: Christianity (Protestant)
  • KPOP group: S.E.S (disbanded)
  • She grew up in Guam
  • She starred in the musical version of "Innocent Steps.









Name: 정려원 / Jung Ryu Won (Jeong Ryeo Won)
Real name: 정여원 / Jung Yu Won (Jeong Yeo Won)
Nicknames: “Hot Dog” and “DaRamJue” (squirrel)
Profession: Actress and singer
Birthdate: 1982-Jan-21
Birthplace: South Korea
Height: 168cm
Weight: 45kg
Star sign: Aquarius
Blood type: B
Family: Older brother and younger sister
Talent agency: TN Entertainment
Education: Joong Pyun Elementary, MacGregor State High School, Griffin
University, GoRyu University
Skills: Playing the piano and gymnastics
Languages: Korean and English
Hobbies: Music, watching movies, sketching, and drawing character
Religion: Christianity
K-pop group: Chakra (Disbanded in 2006)

The second of three children, Jung was born in Seoul, but emigrated to Australia.
On a trip to Korea in 1999, Jung was discovered by an agent who put her in the
K-pop girl group Chakra, along with Eeni, Eun and Hwang Bo. After the girl group
disbanded, she made her debut as a full-time actress in MBC's My Lovely Sam

TV Dramas

History of the Salaryman (SBS, 2012)
Ja Myung Go (SBS, 2009)
What Star Did You Come From (MBC, 2006)
Autumn Shower (MBC, 2005)
My Lovely Sam-Soon (MBC, 2005)
Hello Franceska (MBC, 2005)
Papa Sea (MBC, 2004)
Banjun Drama (SBS, 2004)
Argon (MBC, 2003)
Saxophone (KBS2, 2002)


Never Ending Story (2012)
Pain (2011)
In Love and the War (2011)
Castaway on the Moon (2009)
Two Faces of My Girlfriend (2007)
My Boyfriend is Type-B (2005)
Emergency 19 (2002)
Music video
Year Song Artist
2008 One Epik High
2010 As a Man Gummy
2011 Can't Be Crazy Alex (Clazziquai)


Maypole (clothing) (with Yoon Eun-hye)
Giordano (clothing) (with Bi and Jang Dong-gun)
Minute Maid (with Daniel Henney)
Soolsool (Korean Wine)
Hankook Tire


2007 28th Blue Dragon Film Festival: Best New Female Performer Award (Two
Faces of My Girlfriend)
2006 MBC Drama Awards: PD Award
2005 MBC Drama Awards: Excellence Award (My Lovely Sam-Soon)
2005 MBC Entertainment Awards: Excellence Award (My Lovely Sam-Soon)

Jung was born in Korea but emigrated to Brisbane, Australia at 12 with her family
(her father has a retail business). On a trip to Korea in 1999, Jung was discovered
by an agent who cast her into the K-pop group Chakra.





Name: 송혜교 / Song Hye Kyo (Song Hye Gyo)
English name: Lorraine Song
Nicknames: Woodpecker, Hejgyo, Yookgyo, Hakkyo
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1982-Feb-26
Birthplace: South Korea
Height: 161cm
Weight: 45kg
Star sign: Sagittarius
Blood type: A
Talent agency: eden9
Education: Sook Myung Women’s Junior High School, Eun Kwang Women’s
High School, Se Jong University (Arts major)
Hobbies: Shopping, watching movies, listen to music, stitching-knitting and
perfumes collecting
Debut: 1996 SunKyung Smart (school uniform brand) model search Grand Prize winner, 1996 KBS 
Sunday morning drama, Happy Morning , She is a former figure skater

Song Hye-Kyo made her debut as a model, becoming the winner of a school uniform model competition at the age of 14. She then played the character of a cute and clumsy student in the SBS hit sitcom "Sunpong
Sanbuingwa " (1998), but failed to make a lasting impression among fans. Song finally made it big starring in KBS2 ' " Autumn in my Heart " with Song Seung-Heon in 2000 and "All In " with Lee Byung-Hun in 2003. The dramas' popularity soared not only in Korea, but also abroad including Japan, Taiwan and Europe, and Song finally became one of "Korea's sweethearts." Although Song Hye-Kyo's big-screen career has not met as much commercial success she is not afraid take on new challenges. She appeared in the U.S. horror film "Make Yourself at Home " in 2008 and was going to appear in the Chinese film "1949 ," but the movie was canceled by director John Woo .

She dated Hyun-Bin , her co-star from Worlds Within...... . Not romantically involved during filming, the two had kept in touch after the drama ended and they started dating in June 2009. Hyun Bin's being away for the filming of Friend, Our Legend in Busan reportedly made the two realize they were in love.
On March 8, 2011, both Hyun and Song's talent agencies confirmed that they have broken up in early 2011.
In 2011 she filmed the movie La Quotidienne which will be released later in the year. The film is about a documentary producer who loses her fiancé and a deserted genius girl. Song Hye Kyo has been considered Korea's most beautiful woman. In 2010 she was ranked #18 in The Annual Independent Critics List  of the 
100 Most Beautiful Faces.

1. Read Q&A for movie "A Reason To Live " with Song Hye-Kyo, Nam Ji-Hyun and
director Lee Jeong-Hyang (from movie's press conference at the 2011 Busan
International Film Festival).


Song debuted in the entertainment industry in 1996 when she won the Grand Prize in SunKyung Smart 
(a school uniform company) when she was finishingher third year in junior high school. It was not long until she starred in her first drama , Merry Morning. Since then, she would continue to star in a string of various dramas and sitcoms but it wasn't until the KBS drama Autumn in My Heart in 2000 with Song Seung-hun and Won Bin that she rose to fame throughout Asia.

In 2003, her popularity continued to climb when she played a leading role alongside Lee Byung-hun in the gambling drama All In . The following year, she co-starred with singer Rain in the hit romantic comedy series 
Full House . After the pan-Asian success of Full House , she made her big-screen debut in My Girl and I (a Korean adaptation of Crying Out Love in the Center of the World), which was panned by audiences and critics alike. Vocal about her dissatisfaction with typecasting in the roles she was being offered, Song
went on a 2-year hiatus.

She returned to acting in 2007, as the titular kisaeng in the film adaptation of Hwang Jin Yi. Because they found Song's image "too cute", Jun Ji-hyun and Soo Ae were the producers' original choices for the role, but Song went
on a vigorous diet and surprised them with her will and desire to be Hwang Jini . A year later, she made her American debut in the Hollywood indie Make Yourself at Home (formerly titled Fetish), a psychological thriller about a girl who was born to a shaman mother and tries to flee her fate by becoming an immigrant bride in the U.S. Despite Song’s attempts to challenge herself, both films underwhelmed at the box office.  She made her TV comeback in late 2008 with The World That They Live In, a series set at a broadcast station in which Song and Hyun Bin play drama PDs who work together and fall in love. 

In 2010, she starred in Camellia , an omnibus pic made up of three feature films directed by three Asian directors. Each episode is set in the past, present and future of the city of Busan , Korea. In the film's final segment Love for Sale , Song and Kang Dong-won play former lovers who forget their memories about each other which later leads them to a fatal destiny.  Considered one of Korea's most beautiful women,  in early 2011
Song released the photobook Song Hye-kyo's Moment which was shot by top photographers in Atlanta, New York, Buenos Aires, Patagonia, Paris, the Netherlands and Brazil.  She plays a documentary producer who finds the strength to forgive the 17- year-old boy who killed her fiance but instead of redemption finds only greater tragedy in A Reason to Live (Korean title: Today), which after several delays was released in October 2011. Song was a huge fan of the director and had actively sought her out,  and though she had difficulty getting into character,  Song said she fell in love with the script and felt her acting had matured. She considers the film "a turning point" in her life. 

She will next appear in a supporting role in The Grandmasters , Chinese director Wong Kar-wai 's biopic about Bruce Lee 's kung fu master Ip Man .  Song learned Cantonese and martial arts for the film.  Two years after it was cancelled, Song's movie with Chinese director John Woo Love and Let Love (previously titled 1949 ) will begin filming in Shanghai and Taiwan in early 2012. She plays a wealthy, driven woman who lives through the end of World War II and the Chinese Civil War . Woo's longtime friend and producer Terence Chang has been managing Song's overseas activities since 2008. 

TV Series

The World That They Live In (KBS2, 2008)
Full House (KBS, 2004)
Shining Days (SBS, 2004)
All In (SBS, 2003)
Guardian Angel (SBS, 2001)
Hotelier (MBC, 2001)
Autumn Tale (KBS2, 2000)
Soonpoong Clinic (SBS, 1998)
Sweet Bride (SBS, 1999)
What Do You Think of Me (SBS, 1998)
White Night 3.98 (SBS, 1998)
Deadly Eyes (SBS, 1998)
Parade (SBS, 1998)
One of a Pair / Partner (SBS, 1998)
Six Siblings (MBC, 1998)
First Love (KBS2, 1996)
Happy Morning (KBS, 1996)


Year     Title                                                   Role
2005     My Girl and I                                      Bae Su-eun
2007     Hwang Jin Yi                                      Hwang Jini
2008     Make Yourself at Home                       Sookhy
2010     Camellia - "Love for Sale"                    Bo-ra
2011     A Reason to Live                                Da-hye
2012     The Grandmasters Love and Let Love

Music Video

Year      Song                        Artist
1997    "This Promise"            Kim Soo Keun
2000    "Curious Destiny"        Shin Sung Woo
2001    "Once Upon a Day"     Kim Bum Soo


Year Variety show Co-host
1998 Saturday (SBS) Park Soo Hong
2000 Music Bank (KBS)
2001 Music Video Festival Cha Tae Hyun

"Switch: Be White" (duet with John Park - single, 2012)

2011 Women in Film Korea Awards: Acting Award ( A Reason to Live)
2007 Korean Film Awards : Best New Actress ( Hwang Jin Yi)
2004 KBS Drama Awards: Best Actress, Top Excellence ( Full House)
2004 KBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award ( Full House)
2004 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple with Rain ( Full House )
2003 SBS Drama Awards: Best Actress, Top Excellence ( All In)
2003 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars ( All In)
2002 China Entertainment TV Awards: Top 10 Asian Entertainers
2001 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars ( Guardian Angel)
2001 Paeksang Arts Awards : Popularity Award (TV category)
2001 Golden Disk Awards : Popular Music Video Award ( Kim Bum Soo 's Once Upon a Day )
2001 Gold Song Awards (Hong Kong): Top Korean Star
2000 KBS Drama Awards: Photogenic Award ( Autumn in My Heart )
2000 KBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award ( Autumn in My Heart )
1998 SBS Drama Awards: Best New Actor/Actress (Soonpoong Clinic )
1996 SunKyung Smart Model Contest: First Prize


BC Card (credit card)
Clride (clothing line)
Dios (LG)
Etude (cosmetics)
Foce (watches)
Hyundai Oilbank
KTFT Ever (cellphones)
L&C Wells (water purifier)
Litmus (clothing line)
Mcdonalds (fast-food chain)
Olay -China (skin care products)
Orion (food products)
Samsung Auction
Smart (school uniform)
U∫ell (apartment)
Vivien (underwear brand)
VK Mobile (cellphones)
Woongjin (food products)


Name: 손예진 / Son Ye Jin (Son Yeh Jin)
Real name: 손연진 / Son Yeon Jin (Son Yun Jin)
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1982-Jan-11
Birthplace: Daegu, South Korea
Height: 165cm
Weight: 45kg
Star sign: Capricorn
Blood type: RH+A
Family: Older sister
Talent agency: Barunson Entertainment
Education: Seoul Institute of the Arts (Film Arts degree)
Hobbies: Listening to music and reading books
Religion: Christianity (Roman Catholic)

Son Ye-jin has taken on a variety of roles in her career to date, propelling her to fame both in Korea and in other Asian countries. She first appeared in a supporting role in Park Ki-hyung's film Secret Tears in 2000, and then went on to take the lead in TV dramas such as Delicious Proposal , Sun-hee and Jin- hee, and Daemang: Great Ambition. Her first high-profile role in cinema was in Im Kwon-taek 's Chi-hwa-seon , which screened at Cannes and took home a Best Director award in 2002. 

The biggest success of her early career was in the subsequent films Lovers' Concerto and The Classic . Both were solid mid-level hits in Korea, and The Classic in particular—being a work of My Sassy Girl director Kwak Jae-yong -- received wide exposure in countries such as Hong Kong and China. Son further solidified her status as a "hallyu" ( Korean wave) star in 2003 by taking the lead in TV drama Summer Scent, a part of the hugely successful series of TV dramas including Autumn Love Story and Winter Sonata (though this drama would not attract the attention of the previous two). Her next two films also proved to be huge hits in Asia: A Moment to Remember , based on a famous Japanese TV series, set box office records in Japan and sold over two million tickets in Korea, while April Snow in which she co-starred with superstar Bae Yong-joon was also a smash hit in Japan and China (though not, incidentally, in Korea). 

Son's most recent work sees her cast off her nice girl image.  She took on the roles of a con artist in The Art of Seduction , an ambitious reporter in Spotlight ,  a femme fatale in Open City , and a divorcée in the critically
acclaimed 2006 TV drama Alone in Love opposite Gam Woo-sung . In 2008, her portrayal of a polyandrous woman in My Wife Got Married bagged her Best Actress honors from the prestigious Blue Dragon Film Awards and other local award-giving bodies.

After filming the dark mystery White Night , Son wanted to do a more fun project, so she chose the romantic comedy Personal Taste , followed by the supernatural love story Spellbound .  She next stars in her first
blockbuster action flick, Tower , a remake of the 1974 Hollywood film The Towering Inferno . 

TV Shows

Year Title Role
2001 MBC Delicious Proposal (맛있는 청혼) Jang Hee-ae
MBC Sun-hee and Jin-hee (선희 진희) Shim Sun-hee
2002 SBS Daemang (대망, lit. Great Ambition) Choi Dong-hee
2003 KBS Summer Scent (여름 향기) Shim Hye-won
2006 SBS Alone in Love (연애시대) Yoo Eun-ho
2008 MBC Spotlight (스포트라이트) Seo Woo-jin
2010 MBC Personal Taste (개인의 취향) Park Gae-in
2011 SBS Secret Garden (시크릿 가든) Herself (cameo)
2011 SBS Running Man EP 70 (런닝맨) As herself


Accomplice | Gongbum (2012)
The Tower | Tawo (2012) - Seo Yun-Hee
Spellbound | Ossakhan Yeonae (2011) - Kang Yeo-Ri
White Night | Baekyahaeng (2009)
My Wife Got Married | Anaega Gyeorhonhaetta (2008)
Open City | Mobangbi Doshi (2008) - Jang-mi
Yobi, the Five Tailed Fox | Yeu woo bi (2006) - Yobi
Art of Seduction | Jakeob-ui jeongseok (2005) - Han Ji-wan
April Snow | Oechul (2005) - Seo-Young
A Moment to Remember | Nae meorisokui jiwoogae (2004) - Su-jin
Crazy First Love Cheotsarang sasu gwolgidaehoe (2003) - Il-mae Ju
Classic | Keulraesik (2003) - Ji-Hye/Ju-Hee
Lover's Concerto | Yeonae soseol (2002) - Su-in
Painted Fire | Chihwaseon (2002) - So-woon
Secret Tears | Bimil (2000)


2010 Blue Dragon Film Awards : Popularity Award
2010 Baeksang Arts Awards : InStyle Award
2010 Asia-Pacific Producer's Network (APN) Awards: Actress Recipient
2010 Seoul Arts & Culture Awards: Best Actress ( White Night )
2009 Baeksang Arts Awards : Best Actress for Film ( My Wife Got Married)
2008 Korea Gallup Poll: Best Actress ( My Wife Got Married)
2008 University Film Festival of Korea: Best Actress ( My Wife Got Married)
2008 Blue Dragon Film Awards : Best Actress ( My Wife Got Married)
2008 Blue Dragon Film Awards : Popularity Award ( My Wife Got Married)
2008 Blue Dragon Film Awards : Best Couple with Kim Joo-hyuk (My Wife Got Married)
2008 Korea Best Dresser Awards: Best Dresser - Female Movie Star
2008 Korea Jewelry Awards: Diamond Award
2008 Style Icon Awards: Style Icon - Actress
2008 Style Icon Awards: Fun Fearless Female
2007 Korea Fashion & Design Awards: Fashion Icon Award
2007 Baeksang Arts Awards : Best Actress for TV ( Alone in Love)
2006 Korea International Jewelry & Watch Fair: Best Jewelry Lady
2006 Asia Model Festival Awards: Model Star Award ( CF )
2006 SBS Drama Awards: Best Actress Top Excellence ( Alone in Love)
2006 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars ( Alone in Love)
2006 Asia Pacific Film Festival : Best Actress (April Snow)
2006 China Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival: Best Actress in a Foreign Film
( A Moment to Remember )
2004 Moscow International Love Film Festival: Best Couple with Jo Seung-woo ( The Classic )
2003 Grand Bell Awards : Best New Actress (The Classic )
2003 Baeksang Arts Awards : Best New Actress (The Classic )
2003 Blue Dragon Film Awards : Popularity Award ( The Classic , Crazy First Love)
2002 Korean Critics Association: Best New Actress (Lovers' Concerto)
2001 MBC Drama Awards: Best New Actress (Delicious Proposal')


















Name: 한가인 / Han Ga In (Han Ka In)
Real name: 김현주 / Kim Hyun Joo (Gim Hyeon Ju)
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1982-Feb-02
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 169cm
Weight: 46kg
Star sign: Aquarius
Blood type: AB
Family: Husband/actor Yun Jung Hoon and sister
Education: Kyunghee University (Hotel/Tourism major)
Hobbies: Listening to sad music

Han Ga-in ( Hangul: 한가인, Hanja : 韓佳人) (born Kim Hyun-joo (Hangul : 김
현주, Hanja: 金賢珠) on February 25, 1982) is a South Korean actress.
As a high school student, Han Ga-in appeared on a TV quiz show and was
also captured in footage of interviews with other students. Entertainment
bigwigs spotted her in the news clip and immediately went to her school to
offer her a part.  She debuted in an Asiana Airlines commercial in 2002,
and was cast in the KBS2 drama Sunshine Hunting . She was named best new
actress at the 2003 KBS Drama Awards . 
In 2007, after Witch Yoo Hee wrapped, she criticized the drama's director
and writers.
Categorized as a " CF star," Han wanted to change that misconception with
her comeback in 2010. In Bad Guy, she attempted to transform her image as
a pure and innocent girl to a materialistic woman who dreams of climbing
the social ladder. 
2012 has been the most successful year of her career yet. Period drama
series The Moon that Embraces the Sun , in which she played the role of
Yeon-woo, the first and last love of King Lee Hwon, ended with a whopping
audience share of 40 percent when the final episode aired. 
Then her film Architecture 101 got rave reviews and remains a box-office hit
after its release. She considers her character Seo-yeon as the closest to her
real-life personality. 
She has been managed by J. One Plus Entertainment since 2009. 
Personal life
She married her Yellow Handkerchief co-star Yeon Jung-hoon on April 26,

TV Shows

2002: Sunshine Hunting (KBS)
2003: Comedy Town (SBS) [26]
2003: Yellow Handkerchief {KBS)
2004: Terms of Endearment (KBS)
2005: Super Rookie (MBC)
2006: Dr. Kkang (MBC)
2007: Witch Yoo Hee (SBS)
2010: Bad Guy (SBS)
2012: The Moon that Embraces the Sun (MBC)
The Moon That Embraces the Sun (MBC, 2012)
Bad Guy (SBS, 2010)
Witch Amusement (SBS, 2007)
Dr. Kkang (MBC, 2006)
Super Rookie (MBC, 2005)
Terms of Endearment (KBS, 2004)
Yellow Handkerchief (KBS, 2003)
Sunshine Hunting (KBS, 2002)


Architecture 101 | Geonchukhakgaeron (2012) - Seo-Yeon (present)
Once Upon a Time in High School (2004)

Variety shows

2003: Entertainment Relay (KBS) - MC
2012: Running Man (SBS) - guest, ep 87


2003KBS Drama AwardsBest New ActressWonN/A
2004Best CoupleWonN/A
Baeksang Arts AwardsMost Popular ActressWonN/A
2005MBC Drama AwardsExcellenceWonN/A

1. Han Ga-In married actor Yeon Jeong-Hun on April 26, 2005 in Sheraton Grand Walkerhill
Hotel Jade Garden, Gwangjang-dong Seoul.
2. Han Ga-In celebrated her lunar calendar birthday on February 23, 2012 on the set of drama series 
"The Moon Embracing The Sun ." Fans gave Han Ga-In a birthday cake and her Japanese fans prepared
snacks for the entire cast and staff .













Name: 이민정 / Lee Min Jung (Yi Min Jeong)
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1983-Feb-16
Birthplace: South Korea
Height: 167cm
Weight: 49kg
Star sign: Aquarius
Blood type: O
Family: One older brother
Talent agency: Barunson Entertainment
Education: Sungkyunkwan University (Theatre degree)
Hobbies: Piano, swimming

Lee Min-Jeong (Hangul : 이민정; also spelled Lee Min-jung ) is a South Korean actress and model. She is best known for playing the role of Ha Jae Kyung on the popular 2009 idol drama Boys Over Flowers. Her first lead in a
TV series is in Smile, You playing Seo Jeong In, partner of Jung Kyung Ho .

TV Dramas

Big (KBS2 2012)
Midas (SBS 2011)
Smile, You (2009)
Boys Over Flowers (2009)
Who Are You? (2008)
Kimcheed Radish Cubes (2007)
Love Me When You Can (2006)
Love and Symphaty (2005)


Wonderful Radio (2012)
Cyrano Agency as Kim Hee Joong (2010)
Lunch Box (2010)
White Night as Lee Si Yeong (2009)
Searching For The Elephant as Soo Yeon (2009)
Pruning The Grapevine (2007)
Moodori (2006)
Someone Special (2004)

Music video appearances

"Violin" (ft. Jung Kyung Ho)
"A Man's Love" (ft. Jung Kyung Ho)
2009: "Girl Like Bad Guys" - December
2006: "Blood" - Fly To The Sky
2006: "Like a Man" - Fly To The Sky


Year Event Awards Drama/Film

2009 SBS Drama Awards New Star Award Smile, You

2010 47th Daejong Film Awards Best New Actress
        47th Daejong Film Awards Female Popularity Award Cyrano Dating Agency
        Style Icon Award Ceremony Style Icon Award Cyrano Dating Agency
        The 30th Film Critic Award Ceremony Best New Movie Actress Award White Night
        31st Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Newcomer Cyrano Dating Agency
        University Film Fest of Korea (UNIFF) Best Newcomer Award
        Korea Lifestyle Awards Best Dressed of the Year
       13th Director's Cut Awards Ceremony Best Newcomer Of the Year


Skin Food (2010)
Philadelphia Cream Cheese (2010)
Dove Shampoo (2010)
Kolon Sports (2010)
Chamisul Fresh (2010)
Acuvue Lens (2010)
Mind Bridge (2010)
GM Daewoo Matiz (2010)
SCINIC Cosmetics (2009)
SPC Group, Happy Point Card (2009)
Sony Xperia (2009)
Make Up Forever (2009)
Tommy Hilfiger Jeans (2009)
Sony Ericsson (2009)
Omphalos (2008)




















Name: 이다해 / Lee Da Hae (Yi Da Hae)
Real name: 변다혜 / Byun Da Hye (Byeon Da Hye)
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1984-Apr-19
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 170cm
Weight: 47kg
Star sign: Aries
Blood type: O
Family: Older brother
Talent agency: J. Tune Entertainment
Education: Burwood Girls High School (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia),
Dongguk University (Theater and Film degree)
Hobbies: Watching movies
Languages: Korean and English
Has released a digital single called “If You are Willing To” (당신이 원하신다면)
from the drama My Girl that she sang in episode 4
Lee and her family lived in Sydney, New South Wales for 5 years


Lee Da-hae (born Byun Da-hye , April 19, 1984), is a South Korean actress who has appeared in a number of Korean television series and dramas such as My Girl and Green Rose.

Lee Da-hae and her family moved to Sydney, Australia , for five years, and she graduated from Burwood Girls High School before debuting as an actress in Korea. She now lives with her mother in Seoul while her father
and brother still reside in Sydney, Australia. Besides acting, Lee Da Hae's other passion is traditional Korean dance. She has performed many times in front of small audiences in Australia.

In 2008, following Yoon Eun Hye’s signing event for Zipel refrigerator, Samsung continues to hold another
signing event for those who buy Kimchi Hauzen freezer. She was also later cast in the 2008 hit action drama East of Eden along side Yun Jung Hoon and Song Seung Hun. Not much later Lee went to the emergency 
room. She had collapsed because her busy schedule along with her excessive workouts at the gym resulted 
in severe fatigue. But Lee Da Hae had shockingly announced her departure from the drama due to health
reasons and decided to leave in Episode 40, which was aired January 14. Lee's character, Min Hye Rin, will embark for overseas studies in America, effectively marking the exit of Lee Da Hae in a natural manner and
was eventually replaced by Hwang Jung Eum .

In 2009, Lee Da Hae accomplished a number of things. She went on vacation with her mother in January, moved to J. Tune Entertainment  where she worked under the same roof with Rain and modelled for Swarovski Spring/
Summer Collection. She also filmed the scandalous love-themed music video "Dance For Two" with Taiwanese singer, rapper, actor, Wilber Pan. Lee Da Hae is set to make her film debut in a 3D Korean movie titled 'Song of
Spring', she will star alongside Lee Sung Jae and Ahn Sung Ki. She plays the
role of the female lead named Ara, a dancer.

TV Dramas

Year Title Role Network
2002 Ling Ling Song Eun-ha MBC
2002 Shoot for the Stars SBS
2003 Thousand Years of Love SBS
2003 Good News MBC
2004 Sweet 18 Moon Ga-young KBS
2004 Star's Echo Ji-young MBC / Fuji TV
2004 Lotus Flower Fairy Yoon Cho-won MBC
2005 Green Rose Oh Soo-ah SBS
2005 My Girl Joo Yoo-rin SBS
2007 Hello! Miss Lee Su-ha KBS
2007 Robber Jin Dal-rae SBS
2008 East of Eden Min Hye-rin MBC
2010 Chuno Un-nyun / Hye-won KBS
2010 The Fugitive: Plan B Hye-won (cameo) KBS
2011 Miss Ripley Jang Mi-ri MBC
2012 Love Actually Wang Xiao Xia Hunan TV


Harmony | Hamoni (2010)
Mother and Daughters (2008)

Music videos

2009: "雙人舞" (Pas de Deux) by Wilber Pan
2009: Today's Fortune by Kim Hyung Joong (also starring Baek Sung- hyun )
2008: Memory by Kim Bum Soo (also starring Hyun Bin)
2007: I Love Rock'n Roll by Lee Da-hae


2008: Can, Can, Can! (Song for Samsung Hauzen Kimchi Refrigerator)
2007: I Love Rock'n Roll (Korean version)
2006: If You are Willing To (Digital single from the drama My Girl that she
sang in Episode 4)


Greencard CF
J Polack clothing
Hauzen CF
Hummings CF
Amore Pacific - V=B Program CF
Venus CF
Dentrala CF
Hoban CF
Hercyna CF
Samsung Kimchi Refrigerator CF
Beyond FAIL CF
BBK life electric - Soymilk (Chinese CF)


2011 Korean Cultural Entertainment Award: Best Actress Award ( Miss Ripley )
2010 China Fashion Awards: Asian Fashionista
2010 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple with Jang Hyuk ( Chuno)
2009 Asia Model Festival Awards: Popular Star Award
2007 KBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award - Mini Series ( Hello! Miss )
2006 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars ( Green Rose and My Girl)
2005 SBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award - Drama Special ( Green Rose and My Girl )
2005 Baeksang Arts Awards: Best New Actress for TV ( Lotus Flower Fairy )
2004 MBC Drama Awards: Best New Actress ( Lotus Flower Fairy )


Name: 신민아 / Shin Min Ah
Real name: 양민아 / Yang Min Ah
Nickname: Do Duk Do Duk
Profession: Model and actress
Birthdate: 1984-Apr-05
Birthplace: South Korea
Height: 168cm
Weight: 48kg
Star sign: Aries
Blood type: O
Family: Older sister and younger brother
Talent agency: Star M Entertainment
Education: Hyosung High School, Dong Gook University (Performing Arts degree)
Hobby: Listening to music
Specialty: Imitating other people’s voices and skating


Shin Min-A, born April 5th, 1984 with birth name Yang Min-A (양민아), is a popular South Korean actress &
model. Her family consists of a father, mother, older sister & brother. In middle school, Min-A took a picture
with her friends on a school picnic and sent the photo to teen magazine KiKi ("키키"). From that picture she
was chosen as a model for the magazine. Afterwards she would first appear in commercials and music videos.
In 2001, Min-A made her acting debut in the movie "Volcano High " and would appear again two years later in " Madeleine ". Her breakout performance would occur in the 2005 gangster film " A Bittersweet Life ". Her
character, Hee-soo, displayed a mixture of purity and maturity that captivated South Korean audiences.

Since that time, Shin Min-A has received an assortment of acting offers from top Korean directors and expanded her acting repertoire by selecting various types of roles: from martial-arts comedy "My Mighty Princess" to 70's
go-go dancer " Go Go 70s " to smaller independent film " Sisters on the Road ". More recently in 2009, Shin Min-A participated in the project "Miracle Blue," which is a collaboration between herself, the Korean alternative band Loveholic and fashion design company Calvin Klein. In the music video "Miracle Blue," in which Min-a Shin sings, she performs as various characters displaying child-like innocence to sexy blonde haired singer.


Shin Min Ah debuted as a model for KiKi Magazine and has since appeared in many commercial and films advertisements, becoming one of the most in- demand commercial and films endorsers in South Korea.
Notable among her forays into branded entertainment is the 2008 multi- episode Summer Days opposite Hyun Bin and Ryu Seung-beom for LG Xnote featuring music by Yoo Hee-Yeol , as well as Friends & Love , a movie-style extended advertisement for Giordano in 2011 costarring Jung Woo-sung and So Ji-sub . 

In 2008, Shin became the first Asian celebrity to do a photoshoot with a Calvin Klein model. The spread with Jamie Dornan was shot in Milan, Italy, and published in the September 2009 issue of Elle Korea.  In 2011, she was selected as the first Asian model for a DIY project with American clothing brand Rag & Bone . Other models chosen included Miranda Kerr, Carolyn Murphy and Karolina Kurkova. A performing arts major at Dongguk University , Shin has also appeared in numerous K-Pop music videos , contributed her vocals to several singles and soundtracks, and has published a travel book titled Mina's French Diary. Despite her many activities, Shin considers acting her primary vocation, starring in numerous films and TV dramas.

TV Shows

Arang and the Magistrate (MBC, 2012)
My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox (SBS, 2010)
The Devil (KBS2, 2007)
A Love to Kill (KBS2, 2005)
Punch (SBS, 2003)
Beautiful Days (SBS, 2001)


* A Million | 10 eok (2009) - Jok Yu-Jin
* Sisters on the Road | Jigeum Idaeroga Joayo (2009) - Myung-Eun
* The Naked Kitchen | Kichin (2009) - Ahn Mo-Rae
* Go Go 70s (2008) - Mimi
* My Mighty Princess | Murim Yeodaesaeng (2008) - Kang So-Hwi
* The Beast and the Beauty | Yasuwa minyeo (2005) - Jang Hae-ju
* Sad Movie | Saedu Mubi (2005) - Ahn Su-eun
* A Bittersweet Life | Dalkomhan insaeng (2005) - Hee-Soo
* Madeleine (2003) - Hie-Jin
* Volcano High | Hwasango (2001) - Yu Chae-i


Year Track Album
2008 "My Happy Day" Summer Days mini-album
"밤차" Go Go 70s OST
2009 "One Year Later" The Naked Kitchen OST
"Miracle Blue" Loveholics ' In the Air
2010 "Sha la la" My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox OST
"I Can Give You All" My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox OST


YearEventCategoryNominated workResultRef
2003SBS Drama AwardsNew Star AwardPunchWon[9]
20094th University Film Festival of KoreaBest Supporting ActressGo Go 70sWon
6th Max Movie AwardsBest ActressWon
17th Chunsa Film Art AwardsBest ActressWon
2nd Style Icon AwardsFashionista-Won
3rd Mnet 20's Choice AwardsHot Fashionista-Won
2010Korean Advertisers Association AwardsBest CF Model-Won
3rd Style Icon AwardsBest Actress in TV DramaMy Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed FoxWon
SBS Drama AwardsExcellence in Acting - Drama SpecialWon
Top Ten Stars AwardWon
Best Couple with Lee Seung Gi

The Naked Kitchen is the 2nd collaboration with Joo Ji Hoon after The Devil in 2007

                                                                  KOO HYE SUN


  • Name: 구혜선 / Koo Hye Sun (Gu Hye Seon)
  • Chinese name: 具惠善 / Ju Hui Shan
  • Profession: Actress, singer and author
  • Birthdate: 1984-Nov-09  (age 27)
  • Birthplace: Incheon, South Korea
  • Height: 163cm
  • Weight: 42kg
  • Star sign: Scorpio
  • Blood type: A
  • Talent agency: YG Entertainment

  • Education: Shin Chon Elementary School, Bu Pyeong Dong Elementary School, Bu Heung Middle School, Bu Pyeong Girls' High School, Seoul Art College
  • She was the MC of the popular music program Inkigayo on SBS (2006-2007)
  • She hosted the SBS Drama Award in 2007
  • She sang the theme song for her drama Pure 19
Ku Hye Sun (Korean쿠혜순, born November 9, 1984) is a South Korean actress, singer, author and director. An admirer of Leonardo Da Vinci, Ku also dabbles in directing, writing, illustrating, singing and composing. She is best known for her role as Geum Jan Di in the hit TV show Boys Over Flowers.

Ku entered the entertainment industry after gaining popularity on the internet as an ulzzang. She began her acting career in one-act dramas and the sitcomNonstop 5. She was also co-MC with Heechul of Super Junior on SBS's weekly live music show Inkigayo from April 23, 2006 to February 18, 2007.
Ku soon rose to fame in the drama Pure in Heart and surprised critics with her performance in the historical drama The King and I. She is most well known for portraying Geum Jan-di in the hit KBS drama Boys Over Flowers. After a year in limbo with no broadcasting slot, her pre-produced drama The Musical finally aired in September 2011. Ku next starred as a female pilot in the SBS series Take Care of Us, Captain,followed by the Taiwanese drama adaptation of the manga Absolute Boyfriend.
Originally set to debut as a singer (supposedly in a 3-member girl group with 2NE1's Park Bom and Sandara Park), YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun-seokadvised Ku to pursue acting rather than music. In recent years, she has displayed her vocal talents through Saranga (which became the title song of Pure in Heart), a cover of Shim Soo-bong's I Don't Know Anything But Love (which played during a crucial scene in Boys Over Flowers), and a duet of Kim Gun Mo's song Rain Falls on a Sleepless Night with Big Bang member Seungri on the music talk show Lee Hana's Peppermint. Ku has also composed an album of New Age musictitled Breath.
Ku wrote Tango, a semi-autobiographical novel about a twenty-something woman's experience with love and relationships. The book was a bestseller, selling 30,000 copies within a week. Its release coincided with her first solo art exhibition, also titled Tango, in July 2009 at La Mer Gallery, which attracted 10,000 visitors. The exhibition featured around 40 of Ku's illustrations, some from her novel. She has also done artwork for Gummy's fourth album Comfort.
Ku made her official debut as a director through her short film The Madonna (Korean title translates to The Cheerful Caretaker) at the 2009 Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival. In 2010 she wrote and directed her first feature-length film Magic, followed by more short films and trailers.
In 2011 Ku established her own company, Ku Hye-sun Film, under which she will produce and film her projects, which offers her a measure of legal/business protection. Her second directorial feature The Peach Tree was the first film made by her newly established production company. She said of directing, "It’s tiring and grueling. At times you ask yourself, 'Why am I doing this?' But movies have the ability to make you feel alive."

TV Dramas


 Music VideoYearTitleArtist2010Brown HairKu Hye-sunTouch Your HeartFahrenheit2007Yesterday is Different from TodayKim Ji-eun2006Forget YouSoul Star2004The Reason I Close My EyesTaebin2002We Match Quite WellSung Shi-kyung



012Scattered Pieces of Memoriesshort film[2
Short Film

Ku Hye-sun's Sketchbook - Breath (album, 2009, YG Entertainment/Mnet Media)[


  • 12th Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia: Spotlight Award for (The Madonna)[34]


Name: 남상미 / Nam Sang Mi
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1984-May-03
Birthplace: South Korea
Height: 163cm
Weight: 46kg
Star sign: Taurus
Blood type: A
Family: Older brother
Talent agency: Yuleum Entertainment
Education: Dongdeok Women’s University


Nam Sang-mi was working in a fast food restaurant near Hanyang University , Seoul in the fall of 2001 when someone posted her personal photos on the internet. Her popularity as an ulzzang led to her discovery as an actress. 

She made her debut in the 2003 MBC drama Love Letter, and began her acting career by taking small roles in movies, TV dramas, and commercials. Her first leading role came in the 2005 drama Sweet Spy. Regarding her horror film Possessed , Nam said of the role, “The moment I read the script, I wanted this part badly. After such a long time away from films, it excited me, and I can show a completely different side than I’ve
shown in dramas.” 

After starring in close friend Goo Hye-sun 's short film You , Goo cast her as the leading lady of her second feature film The Peach Tree . 

Other activities

In 2008 Cyworld featured a "Nam Sang-mi font" based on her handwriting.
It was used on that internet portal and for mobile phones, eventually
expanding later that year to other online services. 

Nam Sang Mi’s handwriting (left), her
font (right).

Personal life

After she finished filming the SBS drama Gourmet, Nam started taking piano lessons as a hobby.
She is dating Life is Beautiful co-star Lee Sang-yoon .


Light and Shadow (MBC, 2011)
Life is Beautiful (SBS, 2010)
Invincible Lee Pyung Kang / Taming of the Heir /Cheonhamujeok Ipyeongkang (KBS2, 2009)
Gourmet (SBS, 2008)
Time Between Dog And Wolf (MBC, 2007)
Bad Family (SBS, 2006)
Freesias, Teddy Bears, Hot Chocolate and... (KBS Drama City , 2005)
Sweet Spy (MBC, 2005)
My Sweetheart, My Darling (KBS, 2005)
Not Alone (SBS, 2004)
Escape from Unemployment (SBS, 2004)
Love Letter (MBC, 2003)


The Peach Tree (2011)
You ( short film , 2010) [10]
Possessed (2009)
Never to Lose (2005)
She's On Duty (2005)
Dead Friend (2004)
Spy Girl (2004)
Too Beautiful to Lie (2004)

SBS Live TV Entertainment - MC (2006)

Music Videos

Difficult Words to Say - Lee Seung Gi (2006)
Love Is - Vintage Blue (2005)
She's Laughing - Kim Hyung Joong (2004)
Christmas Miracle - Shin Seung Hun (2002)


Hyundai Securities
Hankook P&G
Whisper (위스퍼)
Brita Water Purifier
LG Fire Insurance
Magic Car (매직카)
E-Land The Day (더데이)
Amore Pacific
Innisfree (이니스프리)
Dentrol Shampoo
Chamisul (참이슬)
Jeju Air
Mikimoto Cosmetics


2008 Seoul Drama Awards: Most Popular Drama Time Between Dog and Wolf
2008 Seoul Drama Awards: Most Popular Actress Time Between Dog and Wolf
2007 MBC Drama Awards: Excellence Acting Award for Time Between Dog and Wolf
2006 MBC Drama Awards: New Actress Award

                                                                  YOON EUN HYE


Name: 윤은혜 / Yoon Eun Hye (Yun Eun Hye)
Nicknames: “JamGgoDae” (Stick) / “Pooh”
Profession: Actress, singer and model
Birthdate: 1984-Oct-03
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 168cm
Weight: 48kg
Star sign: Libra
Blood type: O
Family: Younger brother
Talent agency: Kraze Entertainment
Education: Joong Kyung High School, Kyung Hee Cyber University (Tourism Management degree)
Hobbies: Photography
Specialty: Drawing

About Yoon Eun Hye
Yoon Eun Hye first entered the entertainment industry in 1999 as a member of the K-pop girl group Baby Vox. She left the group in 2005 to pursue an acting career. Yoon performed her first major role in a drama, Goong as Shin Chae-gyung. This role propelled her to stardom. She portrayed as a tough girl named Han Su in her first movie, Escaping from Charisma. Her next drama after Goong was a comedy called The Vineyard Man. Yoon Eun Hye was the lead star of The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince portraying the lead in the drama. Criticism of her acting arose after the first episode aired, but then came to a stop, after displaying her acting talent as the drama proceeded. In light of this, different companies were eying her to endorse their products due to her increased popularity.

TV Series

Lie to Me (SBS, 2011)
Personal Preference (MBC, 2010) cameo
Take Care of the Young Lady (KBS2, 2009)
The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince (MBC, 2007)
The Vineyard Man (KBS2, 2006)
Goong (MBC, 2006)
Rainbow Romance (MBC, 2005)


My Black Mini Dress (2011)
The Legend of Seven Cutter / Escaping from Charisma (2006)


2005SBS, 혼자가아니야 Ep.13
KBS, Princess Vs The Frog King
NetTV, Modern Cinderella Story
2004KBS, Bang Bang
2003SBS, Let’s Go Ep.155
MBC, Nonstop 4 Ep.19
2002MBC, New NonStop 2 Ep.451
2001MBC, New Nonstop 2 Ep.231

Digital/Commercial Singles

2008Salad Song, Yoon Eun Hye feat. Lee Dong GunSamsung Ziple commercial film
사랑해(I Love You), Mighty Mouth feat. Yoon Eun Hye사랑해 Digital Single by Mighty Mouth
2009Ziple ‘Asak’Samsung Ziple commercial film
Romance, Yoon Eun Hye & Yoon Sang HyunMy Fair Lady OST
Dash GirlMy Fair Lady OST
2010AM 5:00 Do.U Production Crew (Outro)[Do.U] Know Me
Tic Tok, 2PM feat. Yoon Eun HyeTic Toc Digital Single by 2PM
2011Love Is BlindMy Black Mini Dress OST

Music Video

  • 2006: Saying I Love You by Kim Jong Kook
  • 2006: Bubi Bubi by Banana Girl
  • 2010: Tic Tok by 2PM (for Cass Beer commercial film)


All Awards listed below are referenced from The House Company & Naver
2006MBC Drama AwardsNew Actress AwardGoongWon
19th Grime AwardsBest ActressThe Vineyard ManWon
KBS Drama AwardsNew Actress AwardWon
Best Couple (with Oh Man Seok)Won
2007MBC Drama AwardsTop Excellence ActressThe 1st Shop of Coffee PrinceWon
Star News Chief Producer's Choice Acting AwardsOutstanding Actress AwardWon
200844th Paeksang Arts AwardsBest ActressWon
48th Monte Carlo Television FestivalBest ActressNominated
2009KBS Drama AwardsMost Popular AwardMy Fair LadyWon
Best Couple (with Yoon Sang Hyun)Won
Best ActressNominated
2011SBS Drama AwardsTop Excellence Award (Actress)Lie To MeNominated
201244th Paeksang Arts AwardsMost Popular ActressNominated
Master of Ceremonies

YearStage Event
20072007 MBC Music Festival
200624th MBC Nursery Rhymes Creation Festival
Kyung Hee University Music Festival
2005Ceremony of Foreign Workforce
2005 MBC Music Festival
20042004 Olympic Games Program
2003–2004KMTV Music Show Tank
2002SHOW MTV Style (as VJ)

  • Before Baby V.O.X: 꽃게랑 Craker

Goodwill Ambassador

In addition to the listed below, Yoon is actively engaged in charity works and carrying out Korean cultural promotional activities in low profile which are not published on media.[120]
YearTitleCampaign Organiser
2010Cartier Love Day[121]Cartier for International Vaccine Institute
Pink Wings[122]Vogue Girl Korea
Never Alone[123]Basic House for UNICEF
’Hope Angel’ Charity[124]Make-A-Wish Foundation
2009I Love the Energy, Live a Warmer Winter[125]이데일리TV가KEPCO(한국전력공사)
Pink Ribbon Love Matron[126]Breast Cancer Foundation
Make A Wish[127]Make-A-Wish Foundation
2008Pink Ribbon Love Matron[128]Breast Cancer Foundation
Re-Creating Hope 2009[129]Basic House in support of Plan Korea and Plan Cambodia
아름다운 시선[130]Social Pathology of Modern Society
2007Adopt A Baby[131]천사들의 편지 5- 별
Wish Come True, Letters from the Angels No. 5Make-A-Wish Foundation
2006Information Network VillageMinistry of Administration and Home Affairs
2005Information Network Village[132]Ministry of Administration and Home Affairs
2005 Korea Drama Festival[133]Ministry of Culture and Tourism


                                                                       SEO WOO


  • Name: 서우 / Seo Woo (Suh Woo)
  • Real name: 김문주 / Kim Moon Joo (Kim Mun Ju)
  • Profession: Actress
  • Birthdate: 1985-Jul-07
  • Birthplace: South Korea
  • Height: 162cm
  • Weight: 43kg
  • Star sign: Cancer
  • Talent agency: Sim Entertainment

Actress Seo Woo was born in Seoul, South Korea on July 7, 1985 with the birth name of Kim Moon-Joo (김문주). She is the youngest of three daughters in her family. As the youngest child Seo Woo developed a charming personality effective for a young child to garner attention. Her childhood was typical for a Korean girl and she held no aspirations to become an actress during her school days. Seo Woo did take traditional Korean dance lessons for 8 years and also figure skating & violin lessons.
In 2007, Seo Woo made her debut as an actress in a supporting role for the film "My Son". Even at this time Seo Woo did not hold aspirations to become an actress. Seo Woo got the part after visiting the president of her current management company "Shim Entertainment" (심엔터테인먼트), whom she already knew & received an audition. During this time Seo Woo also appeared in a commercial for Lotte ice cream and in the MBC drama "Kimchi Cheese Smile".
In the following year, 2008, Seo Woo received her break out role in the critically lauded film "Crush and Blush". Seo Woo played pivotal supporting character Seo Jong-Hee - an oddball outcast middle-school student. Prior to filming "Crush and Blush," the film's director Lee Kyoung-Mi frequently called Seo Woo & listened to Seo Woo practice her lines, while also talking about herself and asking questions about Seo Woo. Through this process Seo Woo got closer to her character Seo Jong-Hee. As a result, Seo Woo won "Best New Actress" awards from 8 different domestic movie awards.
In 2009 Seo Woo took the lead role in the unusual MBC drama "Tamra, the Island" - a period drama set on Jeju Island that also stars French model Pierre Deporte. In "Tamra, the Island," Seo Woo plays Jang Beo-jin an impish young female diver on the island. The role was a challenge for Seo Woo because she has a fear of water from an early drowning experiencing. Although Seo Woo found it difficult at times, she did manage to finish her filming scenes after taking diving lessons for three months. "Tamra, the Island" received disappointing TV ratings, but the show did attract a fervent following by hardcore fans who protested loud and clear when MBC decided to shorten the length of the series.
A minor scandal also broke out during this time when netizens discovered Seo Woo was born in 1985 and not in 1988 (which was her reported age by her management company). When the discrepancy was discovered, her management company publicly apologized for the error and stated the error was their fault and not Seo Woo's.
During the filming of "Tamra, the Island," Seo Woo also received an offer to play the main character in the art film "Paju," directed by Park Chan-Ok. Initially, it seemed Seo Woo could not perform in "Paju" due to her shooting schedule in "Tamra, the Island," but a fortunate 2 month break allowed Seo Woo to take part in "Paju." According to director Park Chan-Ok, Seo Woo was cast for the lead role due to her exhausted eyes, which was shown on "Tamra, the Island." Director Park Chan-Ok felt those emotions would fit perfectly with her character's mysterious image in "Paju." Seo Woo and the film "Paju" received strong responses, especially from the film festival circuit.
Since that time, Seo Woo has seen her popularity increase immensely and demand for her as an actress has also risen proportionally. In 2010, Seo Woo performed alongside celebrated actress Jeon Do-Yeon in the highly anticipated film "The Housemaid," directed by Im Sang-Soo. Seo Woo also plays the inverted Cinderella like character in the popular KBS2 drama "Cinderella's Sister," alongside popular actress Moon Geun-Young.
When Seo Woo is not busy acting in movies or dramas, she enjoys cooking and sometimes even cooks for her manager. Her worst habit is laziness.

TV Dramas




  • Her breakthrough was in a 2007 Lotte ice cream commercial which became highly popular and earned her the nickname, '4D Girl'.
  • In 2009 she contributed her vocals to My Fair Lady, one of the tracks in Lee Seung-Hwan's 20th anniversary album Hwantastic Friends. She also starred in the music video of Lee's song Wonderful Day (Good Day 2).
  • In 2010 she appeared in two versions of PSY's music video for his title track Right Now (a cameo in the first, and a starring role in the second).
  • In 2012 she appeared in Btob's music video 'Irresistible Lips



                                                                  PARK MIN YOUNG


  • Name: 박민영 / Park Min Young (Bak Min Yeong)
  • Profession: Model and actress
  • Birthdate: 1986-Mar-04
  • Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
  • Height: 164cm
  • Weight: 41kg
  • Star sign: Pisces
  • Blood type: O
  • Talent agency: SidusHQ
  • Education: Dongguk University
  • Hobby: Horseback riding

TV Dramas


  • KFC Grill Max Burger
  • Spris
  • KTF
  • Big Pie
  • SHOW
  • Daehan Hang Gong
  • Miero Fiber
  • LG Jeonja
  • Pizza Hut
  • Micro Sports (Japan)
  • Lipton Ice Tea
  • Sk Telecom JUNE


The Cat (2011)

Music videos

Music Videos
YearTitleAssociated Acts
2009A Love StoryGavy NJ
2008Haru HaruBig Bang
2007Don't Say GoodbyeI


2011 KBS Drama Awards: Excellence Awards, Actress (Mid-length Drama, Glory Jane)
2010 KBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award, Novella Drama – Actress (Sungkyunkwan Scandal)
2010 KBS Drama Awards: Netizens’ Award (Sungkyunkwan Scandal)
2010 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple Award with Micky Yoochun (Sungkyunkwan Scandal)
2008 KBS Drama Awards: One Act Series Actress Award (Hometown Legends)
2007 KBS Drama Awards: Best New Actress Award for I’m Sam
2006 MBC Drama Awards: Best New Actress Award, Sitcom Category for Unstoppable High Kick







                                                              MOON CHAE WON


Name: 문채원 / Moon Chae Won (Mun Chae Won)
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1986-Nov-13
Birthplace: Daegu, South Korea
Height: 168cm
Weight: 46kg
Star sign: Scorpio
Blood type: B
Family: Older brother
Education: Chugye University for the Arts (Western Painting degree)
Talent agency: Barunson Entertainment
Moon is appointed as Honorary Prosecutor in 2011. A public relationship ambassador for South Korean prosecutors

Moon Chae Won studied Western Painting at the Chugye University for the Fine Arts. Yet, she was determined to become an actress, therefore she ventured into the film industry and work extra hard for many supporting roles and finally found her fame in 2011, when she raises to stardom and became one the popular actresses in Korea.

Set Korean drama record for winning Best Screen Couple Awards

Moon Chae Won debuted in the teen drama as key actress with Lee Min Ho in "Mackerel Run" in 2007. Then made her first movie debut with Lee Min Ho for her first screen in supporting role as Lee Eun Shil in teen movie "My School's E.T". Although she could transcend both teen characters differently, but she only received attention when she acted as kisaeng Jeong Hyang in The Painter of the Wind. Although her character Jeong Hyang was just a small supporting actress role, and it was only her first ancient drama and 2 tv drama in her acting career. Yet her beauty and charisma charmed the TV viewers. she played a beautiful gisaeng who falls for Moon Geun-young, who passes herself of as a man. Her partnership with Moon Geun-young as screen lover was so appealing until they both won the record winning SBS 2008 Best Screen Couple Awards by most popular vote. For the first in Korean drama history, two actress for their lesbian love became the Best Screen Couple, and it was quite an accomplishment for a young actress in her beginning career.

Career Turning Point in 2010

The following year, Moon performed as the privileged Yoo Seung Mi in popular Korean drama Brilliant Legacy and the girl-next-door, where she was bright and energetic Yeo Ui Joo in Take Care of the Young Lady. Then her acting career suddenly received a slow down, for almost 8 months she did not received any works, her only break was less than one episode appearance in “Road Number One” as an army medical doctor Min Young Jin, though only a short part, yet, she remain her excellent acting standard.
In early September 2010, Moon Chae Won received the turning point of her career. On an more than 2 months International internet voting Moon Chae Won with her supporting role in Brilliant Legacy won the highest popular vote of 71,294 among all nominated actress in Asia. Her majority vote doubled the lead actress in Brilliant Legacy. It was the first time, a supporting actress won such an honour in film industry. Moon Chae Won thus received attention from the film industry.
She was then invited by famous film agency Barunson Entertainment to join their group in October 2010. Immediately Moon Chae Won was given the lead role in It's Okay, Daddy's Girl. as Eun Chae Ryung.Super Junior’s Donghae as the lead’s younger brother, who works multiple jobs to keep his family afloat; and CN Blue’s Kang Min-hyuk, who plays a delivery boy and drummer in a band. In "It’s Okay, Daddy’s Girl", Moon Chae-won plays someone very different from those previous characters; Moon can seem mature for her age (she’s 25), but her character Chae-ryung is completely immature. (At least, at the start of the drama.) Chae-ryung is the type of girl who has her daddy wrapped around her little finger, and who’s not above whining and pouting because she wants a designer handbag, like a young child. Then transcend her character to mature professional woman in later stage of the drama after her family faced tragic. Her role was appealing until when the drama was half way aired Moon Chae Won received nomination as Best Actress for SBS Drama Awards
Career Breakthrough, 2011

In February 2011, Moon Chae Won cancelled her vacation trip to Spain after received to act in movie "Arrow The Ultimate Weapons" War of the Arrows, to be the sole lead female character Ja-In. Moon Chae Won took up serious archery and horse riding lessons with all the lead male actors in this movie. She received great critic and attention from western viewers, when the movie was aired in the London Korean Film Festival and US cinemas. Yet, without a day of rest, after Moon Chae Won filmed "Arrow The Ultimate Weapons" immediately in June, she started filming in KBS drama The Princess' Man with Park Shi Hoo when Moon played Lee Se-ryung. At the beginning of the drama, Moon Chae Won received some critics on her speech in ancient drama, and some controversial in her appearance in an entertainment show "Happy Hour". To Moon Chae Won, it was the hardest blow since her acting career, yet unlike others and her graceful outlook, Moon Chae Won has iron will, with the supports from her best friends,Moon Geun-youngHan Hyo Joo and her senior, Son Ye Jin, she was determine to do her best to turn around the critics. Although by August 10, 2011, her movie "Arrow The Ultimate Weapons" started in screening with huge success, immediately within 3 days, it received over one million viewership. The media was desperate to interview the sole lead actress. However, Moon Chae Won turned down all interviews and focus on her role as Se-Ryung in the drama "The Princess Man". She did not rest for days to drew herself into the sad stage of Se-Ryung, until her acting moved and shocked the film industry, and won her applause and outstanding viewership to make the drama the top rating drama. 2 documentary films appeared to study the success and history of this drama.
With outstanding performances in both of the works mentioned above in 2011, Moon Chae Won received special attention from the public. She posed as a strong yet beautiful woman in "Arrow, the Ultimate Weapon", and brought that different character into "The Princess' Man", added with a gentle touch. Her charm earned her popularity among viewers especially the male audiences, the public, media and film critics. By then Moon Chae Won shows promise of a thriving career in acting.
Moon Chae Won then won double awards for Best New Comer Actress awards in both most prestige on 48th Daejong Awards/Grand Bell Awards (October 17, 2011) and 32rd Blue Dragon Awards(November 25, 2011).
On December 5, 2011, Moon Chae Won won the most prominent 9th Korean LifeStyle Awards as "2011 Best Dress Awards" . Korean Lifestyle Awards is an annual awards which aim to honor groups and individuals that lead Korea’s contemporary lifestyle trends. The winners of this awards were selected after a three-step screening process ― an online survey on the Donga TV website; a second evaluation by professionals from the related industries; and a final screening. Moon Chae Won both movie "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapons" and TV drama "The Princess Man" had given a booth to Korean traditional dress Hanbok industry in 2011, which made her a trend setter in Korea fashion industry. On the same day, Korean branded SI Clothing announced that the corporate had signed a 2 years contract with Moon Chae Won and she will be the exclusive spoke person from 2012 to 2013, enhance the prominent status of Moon Chae Won in Korean fashion industry.
On December 6, 2011, Moon Chae Won won the Diamond category for Actress in 3rd Asian Jewelry Awards, which is the top honour for Korean popular entertainers. Fame and success continue to flow onto this young talented actress.
However, Moon Chae Won remained self-esteem and alert with all the success. She emphasis her love for films and desire to continue to act as long as she could. She often likes to share her photos without make ups in her Me2DAY to keep a close contact and sincere with her fans.
Her best friends in the industry are Moon Geun Young and Han Hyo Joo

TV Dramas


  • Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon / War of the Arrows (2011)
  • Our School E.T (2008)



  • 2006: Hyundai
  • 2006: CMA
  • 2006: Hankook Cosmetics
  • 2007: Samyang Ramen
  • 2007: Natuur Ice Cream
  • 2008: Lacvert Skin Care
  • 2009: Levi Strauss Signature Jeans
  • 2009: Natuur Ice Cream
  • 2009: Dr. Jart Skin Care
  • 2009: Selly Womens Fashion Wear
  • 2010: BNP Paribas Asset Management
  • 2010: Tommy Hilfiger Denim
  • 2010: Selly F/W
  • 2011: Pocari Sweat
  • 2011: Allvit Herbal Skin Care
  • 2012: Style Innerve (SI) Women's Fashion Wear
  • 2012: Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance
  • 2012: Jinro Chamisul Soju, with Yoo Ah In
  • 2012: Vincis Bench - Women's Fashion Goods (Bags, Wallets and Shoes)
  • 2012: Bang Bang Fashion Wear
  • 2012: Allvit Herbal Skin Care
  • 2012: Pocari Sweat
  • 2012: LG Household & Health Care Soft Body Fit

Music Video appearance

Year                    Song                                  Artist
2007                   Parting Once Again           Sung Si Kyung





                                                                     HAN HYO JOO

Name: 한효주 / Han Hyo Joo (Han Hyo Ju)
Profession: Actress and Model
Birthdate: 1987-Feb-22
Birthplace: Cheongju, South Korea
Height: 170cm
Weight: 48kg
Star sign: Pisces
Blood type: A
Talent agency: Fantom Ent
Family: Younger brother
Education: Dong Gook University (Dramatics and Films department)
Hobbies: Singing, Watching Movies, Writing, Practice acting, Playing piano, Listening to music, Reading, etc.
Talents: Piano, telling fairy tales, writing, running, fencing
Religion: Christian
Discovered at a teenage beauty pageant in 2003

Han Hyo-Joo was born on February 22, 1987 in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea. Her mother worked as an elementary school teacher before becoming an inspector for public schools and her father worked in the military. As a child, Han Hyo-Joo was good in sports and enjoyed track & field. In her sophomore year of high school, Han Hyo-Ju moved to Seoul and attended Bulgok High School. Although her father, conservative & strict, opposed her move to Seoul she was able to go forth with her wishes. After high school, Han Hyo-Joo majored in theatre atDongguk University. According to Han Hyo-Ju, her personality fits her blood type-A classification: calm, doesn't get angry easily, & able to endure without a lot of expression.
In 2003, Han Hyo-Ju won the grand prize for the Miss Bing-geure contest, which attracted the attention from the entertainment world (Bing-geure is a Korean food company). In 2005, Han Hyo-Ju received her first acting roles in the MBC sitcom “Nonstop 5” and the movie “My Boss, My Teacher”. Her debut performances went largely unnoticed. In 2006 Han Hyo-Ju received her first leading role in the KBS2 drama “Spring Waltz”. Director Yun Seok-Ho of “Spring Waltz” stated that he first got the idea to cast Han Hyo-Joo after browsing the Internet and coming across her picture. Yun Seok-Ho felt she still held the purity of a child and a sense of mysteriousness which suited her character well. Han Hyo-Joo also stated that working on “Spring Waltz” was difficult, largely due to her inexperience in acting.
Han Hyo-Joo's first leading performance in a feature film came with the 2006 independent film “Ad Lib Night,” helmed by well-regarded director Lee Yoon-Ki. Han Hyo-Joo's experience working on “Ad Lib Night” went far more smoothly than her first leading role in a drama series. Han Hyo-Joo recalled that the one month shoot seemed to zoom by and wished it could have lasted longer. Her performance was enthusiastically received by critics and Han Hyo-Joo received “Best Actress” awards from the 26th Korean Movie Critics Organization and the 20th Singapore International Film Festival.
Han Hyo-Joo's commercial break-out role came with her performance in the popular 2009 SBS drama series “Brilliant Legacy,” alongside actor/singer Lee Seung-Ki. The drama series, mixing a healthy dose of Korean melodrama with a Charles Dickens' “Great Expectations” like storyline, captured the attention of Koreans throughout the summer of 2009. “Brilliant Legacy”regularly received ratings in excess of 40% and catapulted Han Hyo-Joo as one of the more popular young actresses in Korea. With her popularity, media reports and gossip magazines began to speculate on who Han Hyo-Joo was dating.
In 2010, Han Hyo-Joo branched out of her comfort zone and took the lead role in the MBC historical drama series “Dong Yi”.
TV Shows


Love 911 / Bandage (2012)
Only You / Always(2011)
Ride Away (2008)
Ad-Lib Night (2006)
My Boss, My Teacher (2005)


2011 47th Baeksang Art Awards: Best Actress (Drama) (Dong Yi)
2010 MBC Drama Awards: Grand Prize (Dong Yi)
2010 MBC Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Dong Yi)
2010 Korea Drama Festival: Best Actress (Dong Yi)
2010 5th Seoul Drama Awards: Hallyu Special Award for Female Actress (Shining Inheritance)
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Top Ten Star Award
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Best Actress (Special Planning), (Shining Inheritance)
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Best Couple with Lee Seung Ki (Shining Inheritance)
2009 MNET 20′s Choice Awards: Hot Female Drama Star (Shining Inheritance)
2008 SBS Drama Awards: New Star Award
2007 KBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Female)
2007 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple (with Park Hae Jin)
2007 Korea’s Best Dressed Award
2007 20th Singapore International Film Festival: Best Actress Award
2006 26th Korean Screen Critics Award: Best Female Newcomer Award
2003 Binggrae Smile Awards: First Prize

     1.  Some of Han Hyo-Joo's hobbies include watching movies, reading books, and children's storytelling.
       2.  Han Hyo-Joo is also a fan of Japanese movies and learned Japanese language because of Japanese movies. She has also  appeared in the joint Korean-Japanese production "Postman to Heaven" and the 2006 independent film "Ad Lib Night" - which is based  on a Japanese short story.
       3.   Read Q&A for movie "Always" with So Ji-Sub, Han Hyo-Joo and director Song Il-Gon(from press conference at the 2011 Busan   International Film Festival).
       4.  For the release of Japanese film "My Back Page" in South Korea, Han Hyo-Joo took part in a "barrier free" version (featuring descriptive audio and subtitles for people with hearing or visual impairments). Han Hyo-Joo provided the descriptive audio for the movie. "My Back Page" is released in South Korea on March 15, 2012. 





                                                                 MOON GEUN YOUNG  


Name: 문근영 / Moon Geun Young (Mun Kun Yeong)
Nickname: Gamza, Mungujeom
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1987-May-06
Birthplace: Gwangju, South Korea
Height: 162cm
Weight: 43kg
Star sign: Taurus
Blood type: B
Family: Younger sister
Talent agency: Namoo Actors
Education: Gwangju Kukje High School, Sungkyunkwan University (Korean Literature degree)
Hobbies: Listening to music, reading and dancing

Moon Geun-Young was born on May 6, 1987 in Gwangju, South Korea. Her immediate family consists of parents and one younger sister. Moon Geun-Young began her acting career from a young age as a child actor. During the third grade of her elementary school, Moon Geun-Young performed in her school's play and became enthusiastic towards acting.
After her performance in the play, Moon Geun-Young asked her parents to send her to an acting institute. At first her parents rejected her idea, but Moon Gun-Young did not give up. The following year, while in the 4th grade of elementary school, Moon Geun-Young asked her parents again. This time around, her parents replied if presidential candidate Kim Dae-jung won the election they would send her to acting school. Fortunately for Moon-Geun-Young, Kim Dae-Jung won the presidential election in 1997. By the 6th grade of Moon Geun-Young's schooling she enrolled in an acting institute in Gwangju. While learning acting at the institute her profile was sent by the institute to Seoul and in the following year she was cast as an extra for a few television dramas.

Television Debut

After more CF roles, Moon Geun-Young made her proper TV drama debut in 1999 with the KBS children's drama "Potato" ("누룽지선생과 감자 일곱개"). Moon Geun-Young also acted in the documentary "On The Way" ("길 위에서") directed by Choi Jae-Eun.
In 2000, her big break came while performing as the child character Eun-Seo in the KBS2drama "Autumn in my Heart". With the drama's large following, she became recognized by the Korean public. In 2010, while promoting the theatrical play "Closer" Moon Geun-Young was asked what was her favorite performance and she stated that it was "Autumn in my Heart" due to her acting inexperience at the time and having to act on pure instinct.

Movie Debut

After acting in more dramas, Moon Geun-Young performed in the motion picture "Lover's Concerto". In 2003, Moon Geun-Young took on her first lead role in the critically praised and commercially successful horror film "A Tale of Two Sisters," directed by Kim Ji-Woon. "A Tale of Two Sisters" sold over 3 million tickets and helped display Moon Geun-Young's acting ability in a more dynamic setting.
With Moon Geun-Young's romantic comedy "My Little Bride" in 2004, she perfected her cute wholesome image and found further commercial success at the box office. "My Little Bride" sold over 3 million tickets and became the second highest domestic grossing film for that year. During this time, Moon Geun-Young picked up the nickname "the nation's younger sister" (Gukmin yeo-dong-saeng") due to her cute little sister image. Interesting to note, Moon Geun-Young mentioned that her management company was happy with her performance, but she was not. At the time she still could not let her Su-Yeon character from "A Tale of Two Sisters" go.
Her next films, 2005 "Innocent Steps" & 2006 "Love Me Not" were not as commercially successful nor did they receive favorable critical reviews. "Innocent Steps" would follow Moon Geun-Young's "cute" image set in "My Little Bride," while the darker "Love Me Not," followed more along the lines of "A Tale of Two Sisters".
In 2006, Moon Geun-Young was accepted at Sungkyunkwan University and majored in Korean Language and Literature. During this time, Moon Geun-Young took a break from acting and did not perform in any titles.

Return to Acting

In 2008, Moon Geun-Young made her return to acting in the SBS period drama "The Painter of Wind". The role marked a departure for Moon Geun-Young as she played a woman who disguises herself as a man to become a painter. Primarily due to the risky decision to cast Moon Geun-Young in the lead character role, the production company were worried about the commercial viability of the drama series. Filming also came with some difficulties. On October 9th, Moon Geun-Young fractured her nose while filming a scene for "The Painter of Wind." The accident occurred when co-star Park Shin-Yang inadvertently hit Moon Geun-Young with his elbow while filming an argument scene. Shooting for the series halted for one week while Geun-yeong recovered. As it turns out, "The Painter of Wind" received solid ratings (13.2% weekly average) and received favorable critical reviews. Moon Geun-Young also garnered the top prize (Daesang Award) at the SBS Drama Awards for her performance in "The Painter of Wind".
In 2010, Moon Geun-Young made another bold step in her acting career by performing as the sometimes villain in the KBS2 drama "Cinderella's Stepsister". "Cinderella's Stepsister" was a hit, regularly receiving ratings in excess of 20%. During the press conference for "Cinderella's Stepsister," Moon Geun-Young stated that an actress should step outside of her "safety fence" and take on risk.
In 2010, Moon Geun-Young took on another new challenge by performing in the theatrical play "Closer". Moon Geun-Young played twenty something year old Alice, who works as a strip dancer. In November of 2010, Moon Geun-Young also took on another lead role in the romantic-comedy drama "Marry Me, Mary!". Moon Geun-Young stated she was ready to take a break from acting at the time, but on the strength of the scenario for the series, the talented staff and the casting of Jang Geun-Suk in the lead male role, she was persuaded to take on the role in "Marry Me, Mary!".

Family Background & Her Philanthropic Deeds

Moon Geun-Young's grandfather is the late political prisoner Ryu Nak-Jin. He died on April 1, 2005. Also, Moon Geun-Young's great uncle was shot to death during the Gwangju Uprising in 1980. Due to the political strife in Moon Geun-Young's family, Moon Geun-Young's parents placed a condition on their daughter to donate a portion of her earnings to needy causes. Throughout her career and, often anonymously, Moon Geun-Young has made small and large donations to different charitable causes. In November 2008, the non-profit group "Korean Community Chest'" revealed that actress Moon Geun-Young has donated over 850 million Won (approx. $800,000 USD) anonymously to the charity group over the past 5 years. In 2009, Moon Geun-Young donated the Haenam Children's Center to the NGO group Good People. The building was originally financed at a cost of 300 million Won ($230,000) by Moon Geun-Young after she heard of the pastor and his wife who were in financial difficulties and the school, which taught underprivileged children in the area, was going to be shut down.

Special Relationship With Her Grandmother

As a child, both of Moon Geun-Young's parents worked and, because of this, she spent a lot of time with her grandmother. Her grandmother has also often spent time on the shooting set with Moon Geun-Young. A famous incident exists of Moon Geun-Young and her grandmother while on the shooting set for the movie "My Little Bride". During this time, they were observed together picking up discarded cigarette butts off the floor before throwing it away in a trash can.


  1. Actress Geun-yeong Mun fractured her nose on Oct 9, 2008 while filming a scene for "The Painter of Wind". Co-star Shin-yang Park accidentally hit Geun-yeong with his elbow while shooting an argument scene. Filming for the show halted for one week while Geun-yeong recovered.

 TV Dramas 



  • 2011 Seoul International Drama Awards: Best Hallyu Drama Actress (Marry Me, Mary!)
  • 2010 KBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award - Actress (Cinderella's Sister)
  • 2010 KBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Cinderella's Sister and Marry Me, Mary!)
  • 2010 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple Award with Jang Keun-Suk (Marry Me, Mary!)
  • 2009 Seoul International Drama Awards: Most Popular Actress (The Painter of Wind)
  • 2009 45th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best TV Actress Award (The Painter of Wind)
  • 2008 SBS Drama Awards: Daesang (Grand Prize) (The Painter of the Wind)
  • 2008 SBS Drama Awards: Best Couple Award with Moon Chae Won (The Painter of Wind)
  • 2008 SBS Drama Awards: Top Ten Stars Award (The Painter of Wind)
  • 2008 Grime Awards: Best Female Actress Award in a TV Series (The Painter of Wind)
  • 2006 29th Golden Director Awards: Best Female Actress Award (Love Me Not)
  • 2005 26th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Most Popular Female Actress Award (Innocent Steps)
  • 2005 42nd Daejong Film Awards: Most Popular Female Actress Award (Innocent Steps)
  • 2004 25th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Most Popular Female Actress Award (My Little Bride)
  • 2004 12th Choonsa Film Awards: Best New Female Actress Award (My Little Bride)
  • 2004 41st Daejong Film Awards: Best New Female Actress Award (My Little Bride)
  • 2004 41st Daejong Film Awards: Most Popular Female Actress Award (My Little Bride)
  • 2000 KBS Drama Awards: Best Young Female Actress Award (Autumn In My Heart)







                                                                 PARK SHIN HYE



Name: 박신혜 / Park Shin Hye (Bak Sin Hye)
Profession: Actress, model and singer
Birthdate: 1990-Feb-18
Birthplace: Paju, Gyeonggi, South Korea
Height: 163cm
Weight: 45kg
Star sign: Aquarius
Blood type: A
Education: Seoul Young-Pa Girls’ Middle/High School
Talent: Dancing
Hobby: Listening to music
Debut: Lee Seung Hwan’s music video “Got – flower” in 2003
Twitter: @ssinz

Park Shin Hye was born on February 18, 1990, in GwangjuSouth Korea. Her family consists of her parents, an older brother and her. When she was in the 6th grade at Hak-Kang Elementary School in Gwangju, she auditioned for the lead role in the music video "Ggot - Flower" by "Dream Factory," pop singer Lee Seung-Hwan's music company. She passed the audition, joined the company, and began training as a singer there.

Park's fame came when she played the younger version of the character Han Jung-suh in the popular Korean drama Stairway to Heaven. She also starred in a drama series called Tree of Heaven which aired on SBS, starring her former co-star in Stairway to HeavenLee Wan. The show had decent ratings, and the reviews and criticism were mixed, but mostly positive. Many critics keyed in on her portrayal of the character Hana's pain of loving her step brother Yoon-suh (Lee Wan) as brilliantly done. It should also be noted that due to the age difference between her and Wan, romantic scenes such as kissing on the lips could not occur, where had it been an older actress, such scenes may have occurred. Tree of Heaven started with borderline mediocre ratings, as do many new Korean dramas, but went on to finish very respectably, and gained a fan base in Korea, which further helped Park's credibility and young career in acting. Since then, Park has done many commercials (CF) and modeled for a number of Asian companies.
Through her roles and their requirements, Park has displayed an instinctive talent for dancing and martial arts. She has also released a digital single, "Prayer", a song she sang in the drama Tree of Heaven. However, the track was not released in the official OST.
Park made her big screen debut in the movie Evil Twin, a summer horror flick where she had 2 roles: one as the main character, and the other as the ghost of the main character's sister, who haunts the other sister after her death. Park was extremely happy to act in this movie, because she had always wanted to act in a period setting drama or movie.
Park starred as one of the four main characters in Goong S, a spin off (not the sequel) to the wildly successful Goong. The series did not match the success of its original, and received borderline ratings. However, the drama was the most re-watched and replayed series in the first half of 2007, gaining fame after the first run. Park later gained more popularity through idol drama series You're Beautiful. Her 2011 drama Heartstrings began airing on June 29, 2011. Jung Yong Hwa, a co-star from You're Beautiful, played the male lead opposite her.
Recently, Park was featured in the first three episodes of the show "Music and Lyrics" with Yoon Gun (윤건) of Korean R&B duo Brown Eyes (브라운아이즈). ‘Music and Lyrics’ is a reality/romance show that collaborates a top actress and an amazing songwriter to write a one-of-a-kind song in 30 days. Their efforts produced the song "I Think of You". The release date is yet to be revealed.She is best known for the roles of "Go Mi Nam" in the television drama You're Beautifuland "Lee Gyu Won" in the 2011 drama Heartstrings. She attends Chung-Ang University

TV Shows

You’ve Fallen for Me (MBC, 2011) 
Xuan Feng Guan Jia (GTV, 2011)
My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox (SBS, 2010) cameo
High Kick Through The Roof (MBC, 2010) cameo
You’re Beautiful (SBS, 2009)
Bicheonmu (SBS, 2008)
Kimcheed Radish Cubes (MBC, 2007)
Several Questions That Make Us Happy (KBS2, 2007)
Goong S (MBC, 2007)
Tree of Heaven (SBS, 2006)
Seoul 1945 (KBS1, 2006)
Cute or Crazy (SBS, 2005)
Not Alone (SBS, 2004)
Stairway to Heaven (SBS, 2003)


Cyrano; Dating Agency (2010)
Evil Twin / The Hometown of Legends (2007)
Love Phobia (2006)


SBS Drama Awards: Child Actress Award "(Stairway to Heaven)"
MBC Drama Awards: Best Newcomer Actress "(Kimcheed Radish Cubes)"
MBC Entertainment Awards, Newcomer Award of Show / Variety
SBS Drama Awards: New Star Award "(You're Beautiful)"
47th Paeksang Arts Awards: Popular Movie Actress "(Cyrano Agency)"
LETV Movies & TV Series Awards Ceremony (In China): Female Popularity Award
48th Paeksang Arts Awards: Popular Drama Actress "(Heartstrings)"


  • 2007-5-27 - 2008-7-13 MBC Fantastic Partner
  • 2009-12-16 Melon Music Awards: Co-host with Jang Keun Suk
  • 2009-12-29 SBS Gayo Daejun: Co-host with Jung Yong Hwa and Kim Hee Chul
  • 2011-10-03 Hallyu Dream Concert: Co-host with 2PM's Taecyeon and Shinee's Minho
  • 2011-11-24 Melon Music Awards: Co-host with Super Junior's LeeTeuk and Beast's Yoon Doo Jun

Music Videos Appearances

"Sarang Ha Na Yo - Do You Love?"
"Ggot - Flower"
"Fake Love Song"
Fortune Cookie
"Pyun Ji - Letter"
"Call Me"
"Super Star"
"Alone in Love"


  • Prayer (Tree of Heaven OST)
  • Lovely Day (You're Beautiful OST)
  • Without a Word (You're Beautiful OST)
  • It Was You (Cyrano Agency OST) with Lee Min Jung
  • The Day We Fall In Love (Heartstrings/You've Fallen For Me OST)
  • I Will Forget You (Heartstrings/You've Fallen For Me OST)
  • I Think of You (Music and Lyrics) with Yoon Gun

Show Performance


   - A.N. Show in Taipei [Oct 2nd, 2010]
   - You’re Beautiful 1st Fan Meeting in Japan [June 26, 2010]

TV commercials / Product endorsements

  • 2004 - Hanbul Cosmetics Sugar Ray
  • 2004 - Ssamzie Sports
  • 2004 - Pocari Sweat
  • 2004 - LG Telecom Aladdin CF
  • 2005 - Case
  • 2006 - KTF Bigi
  • 2006 - 2007 Clride with Joo Ji Hoon
  • 2007 - Negouri
  • 2007 - Nike
  • 2007 - KTF
  • 2008 - G-market Star-shop
  • 2008 - Nongshim Noodles
  • 2008 - Happy Point Card
  • 2009 - G-market Star-shop
  • 2009 - Lous Quatorze Candy Bag
  • 2009 - Etude House VIP Girl with Jang Geun Suk
  • 2009 - Etude House BB Compact with Jang Geun Suk
  • 2009 - 2010 Etude House with Lee Min Ho
  • 2009 - Coca-cola Dynamic Kin with Kim Hyun Joong
  • 2009 - Fuji Film
  • 2009 - VIPS
  • 2010 - Garden 5 with Jang Geun Suk
  • 2010 - Lacoste
  • 2011 - Codes Combine CF F/W with Jang Geun Suk
  • 2011 - MAC F/W
  • 2011 - Pepero
  • 2012 - Dr. G (Gowoonsesang) Cosmetics
  • 2012 - MBC Music Channel


   - Goodwill Ambassador of non-profit organization Korea Food for the Hungry International (KFHI)
   - Brand Ambassador of Tokyo Girls Collection in Beijing China
   - Salvatore Ferragamo Spring / Summer Collection Singapore Launching
   - Honorary Ambassador for 11th  Jeonju International Film Festival



        1.     Actress Park Shin-Hye will hold a 23rd birthday party & fan meeting on February 18, 2012 at Ilji Art Hall in Cheongdam,  Seoul.At the fan meeting she will meet members of her official fan club "Starlight Angel" (별빛천사). The following day, February 24, 2012, Park Shin-Hye will have a fan meeting at Zepp Tokyo Music Hall in Odaiba, Tokyo. The meeting is titled "City of Angel" and is produce by her Japanese agency IMX.
.                      2.   On May 11th, 2012, Cable TV channel Olive will feature Park Shin-Hye on its program "It City". The program will feature Park                     Shin-Hye's trip to Hong Kong.











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