Jung Eun-ji Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Jung Eun-ji Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Jung Eun-ji (born Jeong Hye-rim on August 18, 1993) is a South Korean singer, songwriter, actress, radio DJ, musical actress, and voice actress who goes by the moniker Eunji. She is best known as a member of the Apink girl group from South Korea. In 2012, Jung made her acting debut in the coming-of-age drama Reply 1997. She has since appeared in the films That Winter, the Wind Blows (2013), Trot Lovers (2014), Cheer Up! (2015), Untouchable (2017), Work Later, Drink Now (2021-2022), and Blind (2022), as well as numerous voice acting roles. Dream, her debut solo album, was released in 2016.

Childhood and education

Jung Eun-ji was born on August 18, 1993 as Jeong Hye-rim in Haeundae, Busan. When she was in middle school, her name was legally changed to Jung Eun-ji. Jung Min-ki, her younger brother, is her only sibling. Hapdo Kindergarten, Shinjae Elementary School, Jaesong Girls' Middle School, and Hyehwa Girls' High School were all places she went. Jung won first place in the KBS network's Exciting Day Enjoyable Day ( ) programme in 2004. Jung passed the auditions to become Apink's lead singer in November 2010. She had no professional training prior to joining Apink and had only trained with the group for two months.

Apink's musical career

Apink is the main article.

In March 2011, Jung was revealed to be the fourth member of Apink via an online video of her covering Jennifer Hudson's "Love You I Do". Prior to her debut, Jung worked with the rest of the group to film Apink News. Jung made her Apink debut as a main vocalist on Mnet's M Countdown on April 21, 2011, with two songs, "Mollayo" and "Wishlist," from Apink's debut extended play Seven Springs.

Jung's solo work has included collaborations with a variety of artists for OSTs and promotional songs. Jung Eun-ji and fellow Cube artist Yang Yo-seob performed the duet track "Love Day" for the project A Cube for Season #Green. Jung recorded two promotional singles, "All For You" and "Our Love Like This," with Reply 1997 co-star Seo In-guk for the drama's soundtrack in August 2012. On the Gaon Single Chart, "All For You" became one of the year's best-selling singles.

Jung collaborated with labelmate Huh Gak on duets titled "Short Hair" and "Break Up To Make Up" in 2013 and 2014, respectively, which were well received by listeners and ranked atop major Korean online music charts. Her first solo single, "It's You," was released for the soundtrack of Three Days.
Jung made his solo debut on April 18, 2016, with the EP Dream, which included six songs. Jung wrote the title song "Hopefully Sky," which recounts her memories of her father. "Hopefully Sky" reached the top of eight local music charts, and the album sold 30,000 copies upon its initial release.

Jung released her second EP, The Space, in April 2017. The title track, "The Spring," and its accompanying music video were released on April 10 and debuted in the top ten on local music charts. Jung performed her first solo concert, "Attic," at Ewha Womans University's Samsung Hall from June 3 to 5, 2017.

Jung released a music video for her third EP Hyehwa's single "Being There" on October 18, 2018.

Jung will release her fourth EP Simple, along with the title track "AWay," on July 15, 2020.

IST Entertainment announced on October 30, 2022, that the release of the remake album Log, which was originally scheduled for November 2, had been postponed to November 11 due to the aftermath of the Seoul Halloween crowd crush.

IST Entertainment will launch on November 17, 2022. Jung has announced that he will perform solo concerts in Travelog on December 10 and 11.

Career as an actor

Jung made her acting debut in Reply 1997, a nostalgic dramedy set in the 1990s that went on to become one of the highest-rated Korean series on cable television. She portrayed the female lead, a die-hard H.O.T. fan who becomes a TV drama writer. Critics and audiences praised Jung's comedic and emotional acting, which was impressive for a newcomer, as well as her authentic Busan dialect. She won several awards for the role, including the 49th Baeksang Arts Award for Best New TV Actress.

Jung starred as Elle Woods in a Korean production of the Hollywood film-turned-musical Legally Blonde. From November 16, 2012, to March 17, 2013, the show was on the air.

Jung was then cast in a supporting role in That Winter, the Wind Blows, a 2013 melodrama. She won Best Performance at the 2nd APAN Star Awards and New Star at the SBS Drama Awards for her role.

She appeared in another musical, the stage adaptation of the 2004 television series Full House, in 2014. Jung went on to star in the romantic comedy series Trot Lovers, which depicts a female singer's struggles to achieve success in the old-fashioned musical genre trot.

Jung starred as the female lead in the KBS2 high school drama Cheer Up! in 2015, portraying a high school student who is at the bottom of her class.

Jung was cast in JTBC's action melodrama Untouchable, which premiered on November 24, 2017.

Jung was cast in the horror film 0.0MHz, based on the webtoon of the same name, in 2018.

Jung was cast in the musical Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 in 2020.

Jung was cast as Kang Ji-goo, an origami YouTuber, in TVING's web series Work Later, Drink Now in 2021. From April 1 to April 6, 2022, the series premiered at the Cannes International Series Festival 2022.

In 2022, she appeared as a social worker in the mystery thriller television series Blind.


Main article: Apink discography

Extended plays

List of extended plays, showing selected details, selected chart positions, and sales figures

TitleDetailsPeak chart positionsSales

  • Released: April 18, 2016
  • Label: Plan A Entertainment
  • Formats: CDLPdigital downloadstreaming
  • KOR: 42,500[49]
The Space (공간)
  • Released: April 10, 2017
  • Label: Plan A Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
  • KOR: 26,617[50]
  • JPN: 829[51]
Hyehwa (혜화 (暳花))
  • Released: October 17, 2018
  • Label: Plan A Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
  • KOR: 17,773[52]
  • Released: July 15, 2020
  • Label: Play M Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
  • KOR: 26,045[53]
  • Released: November 11, 2022
  • Label: IST
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
  • KOR: 19,331[54]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.


List of singles, showing year released, selected chart positions, sales figures, and name of the album

TitleYearPeak chart positionsSalesAlbum

As lead artist
"Hopefully Sky" (하늘바라기)
  • KOR: 1,366,552+[56]
"The Spring" (너란 봄)
(featuring Hareem)
  • KOR: 385,942+[57]
The Space
"Being There" (어떤가요)201863Hyehwa
"Meet Him Among Them" (그 중에 그대를 만나)[58]2022191Kim Eana Remake Project
"Journey for Myself" (나에게로 떠나는 여행)190Log
"Love Day"
(with Yang Yo-seob)
  • KOR: 1,604,167+[59]
A Cube for Season #Green
"A Year Ago" (일년전에)
Kim Nam-joo and Jang Hyun-seung)
  • KOR: 300,616+[60]
A Cube for Season #White
"Know We're Going to Break Up" (헤어질걸 알기에)
Huh Gak)
  • KOR: 192,124+[61]
Little Giant
"Short Hair" (짧은머리)
(with Huh Gak)
  • KOR: 1,207,766+[62]
A Cube for Season #Blue
"Break Up to Make Up" (이제 그만 싸우자)
(with Huh Gak)
  • KOR: 803,627+[63]
A Cube for Season #Sky-Blue
"Ocean" (바다)
(with Huh Gak)
  • KOR: 407,547+[64]
Plan A' First Episode
  • KOR: 36,927[65]
Non-album singles
"Visual Gangster" (feat. MC Mong)5
  • KOR: 413,072[66]
"Be with Me" (같이 걸어요)
201980Non-album singles
"Let You Go" (이별은 늘 그렇게)
(with Huh Gak)

Soundtrack appearances

List of songs, showing year released, selected chart positions, sales figures, and name of the album

TitleYearPeak chart positionsSalesAlbum

"All For You"
Seo In-guk)
  • KOR: 2,690,706+[59]
Reply 1997 OST
"Just the Way We Love" (우리 사랑 이대로)
(with Seo In-guk)
  • KOR: 1,428,802+[59]
"One Minute Ago" (1분 전)
Kang Ho-dong featuring Jung Eun-ji)
2013Barefooted Friends OST
"It's You" (그대라구요)201411
  • KOR: 417,438+[68]
Three Days OST
"A Love Before" (사랑 앞에서)201679
  • KOR: 27,570+[69]
Entertainer OST
"You're My Garden" (그대란 정원)2017[A]Strong Girl Bong-soon OST
"Stay With Me" (바람 불면)2018[B]Suits OST
"Ppang Ppang" (빵빵)
(with Dpole, Sunwoo Jung-a, Yu Seung-woo, Yoo Jae-hwan)
2019Sound of Music - The Birth of Music OST
"A Song For Memorize"
(with Dpole, Sunwoo Jung-a, Yu Seung-woo, Yoo Jae-hwan)
"How's Your Night" (너의 밤은 어때)202041She's My Type OST
"To Me" (혼잣말)[C]Start-Up OST Part 16
"Love Day (2021)"
Yang Yo-seob)
20214Romance 101 OST
"A Cup of Life" (술꾼도시여자들)Work Later, Drink Now OST
"Melody at First Sight"2022Themselves OST
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Other charted songs

TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
[citation needed]
"The Reason Why I'm Beautiful"
(with Ben and Jihyo)[73]
201697Popular Music Crush Pt. 1 from Inkigayo Music Crush
"Love is Like the Wind"25Dream
"It's Okay"71
"Love is"80
"First Farewell"
(feat Kwak Jin-eon )
201723The Space
"First Love"92
"Seoul's Moon"[D]
"Manito"[E]Space Audi Project
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Composition credits

All song credits are adapted from the Korea Music Copyright Association's database unless stated otherwise.[77]

List of songs, showing year released, artist name, and name of the album

"Promise U" (새끼손가락)2015ApinkPink MemoryYesYesYes
"Hopefully Sky" (하늘바라기)2016Jung Eun-jiDreamYesYesYes
"Dear (Whisper)"ApinkDearYesYesNo
"That Spring, This Autumn" (그 봄날, 이 가을)NoYesNo
"First Love" (소녀의 소년)2017Jung Eun-jiThe SpaceNoYesNo
"Moon of Seoul" (서울의 달)NoYesNo
"Miracle" (기적 같은 이야기)2018ApinkMiracleYesNoNo
"For Hyehwa" (별 반짝이는 꽃을 위해)Jung Eun-jiHyehwaYesNoYes
"Being There" (어떤가요)YesYesYes
"Seasons Change" (계절이 바뀌듯)YesYesNo
"The Box" (상자)NoYesNo
"Thinking About You" (신경 쓰여요)NoYesNo
"Farewell" (김비서)YesYesNo
"Sae-byuk" (새벽)YesYesNo
"Be With Me" (같이 걸어요)2019Jung Eun-ji with 10cmNon-album singleYesYesYes
"Everybody Ready?"2020ApinkLookNoYesNo
"Simple is the Best"Jung Eun-jiSimpleNoYesNo
"Whoo" (후)NoYesNo
"Stay" (두고 왔나 봐요)NoYesNo
"Moisturising" (보습의 중요성)NoYesNo
"A Slow Child" (느리게 가는 세상)YesYesNo


Music videos

"All for You"
(with Seo In-guk)
2012Reply 1997 Ost
"Love Day"
(with Yang Yo-seob)
A Cube for Season #Green
"A Year Ago"
(with Kim Nam-Joo and Jang Hyun-seung)
2013A Cube for Season #White
"Hopefully Sky"2016Joo Hee-sun
(with Huh Gak)

"The Spring"2017Mustache Film
"Being There"2018Lee Young-hoon (Daysdaze Production)
"Stay"Suits Ost
"Be with Me"
(with 10cm)
2019Special Clip
"Away"2020BTS FILM
"Meet Him Among Them"Special Live



2013Saving SantaShinyAnimated, Korean dubbed
2017My Pet OzzyCarrie
20190.0 MHzSo HeeDebut film

Television series

2012Reply 1997Sung Shi-won
2013That Winter, the Wind BlowsMoon Hee-sun
Reply 1994Sung Shi-wonCameo (Episodes 16–17 & 21)
2014Lovers of MusicChoi Choon-hee
2015Cheer Up!Kang Yeon-doo
2017UntouchableSeo Yi-ra
2020Backstreet RookieDae-Hyun's ex-girlfriendCameo (Episode 1)
2022BlindJo Eun-gi

Web series

2021Work Later, Drink NowKang Ji-gooSeason 1
2022–2023Season 2

Television show

2017Crime Scene 3Cast member
2019YOLO SOLO: Jung Eun-Ji's Sydney SunshineMain cast
2020Friend's SongCast member
2021Soo Mi's Mountain Cabin
2022Women in Mountain Mountaineers
The Second WorldJudge

Radio show

2019–2022Jung Eun-ji's Music PlazaDJ


202217th Seoul International Drama Awardswith Joo Sang-wook


2012–2013Legally BlondeElle Woods
2014Full HouseHan Ji-eun
2021Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812Natasha

Concerts and tours

The Attic (1st Concert)

June 3, 2017South KoreaSeoulEwha Womans University Samsung Hall3,000 [104]
June 4, 2017
June 5, 2017

Hyehwa Station (2nd Concert)

October 13, 2018South KoreaSeoulYonsei University Auditorium7,200
October 14, 2018
November 3, 2018DaeguKyungpook National University Auditorium
November 10, 2018BusanKBS Busan Hall
November 28, 2018JapanTokyoShibuya City Cultural Center Owada2,000 [107][unreliable source?]
November 29, 2018
May 4, 2019TaiwanTaipeiLegacy MAX2,000
May 18, 2019HongkongHongkongMacPherson Stadium2,500 [108][unreliable source?]
May 19, 2019
June 9, 2019SingaporeSingaporeZepp@BigBox1,300
Total15,000 [109][unreliable source?]

Yeoreum (3rd Concert)

August 3, 2019South KoreaSeoulSangmyung University Gyedang Hall3,000
August 4, 2019
August 17, 2019BusanSohyang Theater Shinhan Card Hall1,000
September 22, 2019ThailandBangkokShow DC Ultra Arena Hall

Online Concert : How To Live (2020)

July 26, 2020South KoreaSeoulShinhan Card Fan Square
  • 5,000+ (viewers live)
  • 82,000+ / October, 2022

Travelog (4rd Concert)

December 10, 2022South KoreaSeoulSMTOWN COEX Artium2,000
December 11, 2022
January 14, 2023TaiwanTaipeiNTU Sport Center 1F-
February 5, 2023Hong KongHong KongStar Hall KITEC-

Awards and nominations

See also: List of awards and nominations received by Apink

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination

Award ceremonyYearCategoryNominee(s) / work(s)Result
Asia Artist Awards2021Female Solo Singer Popularity AwardJung Eun-jiNominated
APAN Star Awards2012Best OSTJung Eun-ji (with Seo In-guk)Won
Best CoupleWon
Acting Award, ActressReply 1997Nominated
Rising Star AwardWon
2013Best PerformanceThat Winter, the Wind BlowsWon
Baeksang Arts Awards2013Best New TV ActressReply 1997Won
Brand of the Year Awards2020Radio DJ of the YearJung Eun-jiWon
Gaon Chart Music Awards2013Songs of the Year – September"All For You" (with Seo In-guk)Won
KBS Drama Awards2014Excellence Award, Actress in a MiniseriesTrot LoversNominated
Best New ActressNominated
Popularity Award, ActressWon
2015Cheer Up!Nominated
KBS Entertainment Awards2019New DJ of the Year AwardJung Eun-ji Gayo Plaza [ko]Won
Korea Culture and Entertainment Awards2014Excellence Award, Actress in a DramaTrot LoversWon
Korea Drama Awards2012Best CoupleJung Eun-ji (with Seo In-guk)Won
Korea First Brand Awards2019Radio DJJung Eun-ji Gayo Plaza [ko]Won
Korea Grand Prize Awards202110 People Who Shined KoreaJung Eun-jiWon
Melon Music Awards2012Best OST"All For You" (with Seo In-guk)Won
2014"It's You" Three DaysNominated
2016Best Ballad Award"Hopefully Sky"Won
2017Top 10 ArtistsJung Eun-jiNominated
Folk/Blues Song"The Spring"Won
2021Top 10Jung Eun-ji (with Yang Yo-seob)Nominated
Netizen Popularity AwardNominated
Mnet Asian Music Awards2012Best OST"All For You" (with Seo In-guk)Won
2014Best Collaboration"Break Up to Make Up" (with Huh Gak)Nominated
Song of the YearNominated
2016Artist of the YearJung Eun-jiNominated
Best Female ArtistNominated
Best Vocal Performance Female Solo"Hopefully Sky"Nominated
Song of the YearNominated
2017Best Vocal Performance Female Solo"The Spring"Nominated
Qoo10 Song of the YearNominated
2021Best OST"Love Day" (with Yang Yo-seob)Nominated
Song of The YearNominated
SBS Drama Awards2013Best New ActressThat Winter, the Wind BlowsWon
SBS MTV Best of the Best2014Best Collaboration"Break Up to Make Up" (with Huh Gak)Won
Seoul International Youth Film FestivalBest Young ActressTrot LoversWon
Best OST by a Female Artist"It's You"Three DaysNominated
Seoul Music Awards2021Best OST"Love Day" (with Yang Yo-seob)Nominated
Style Icon Awards2012Top 10 Style IconsJung Eun-ji (with Seo In-guk) in Reply 1997Won
tvN10 Awards2016Best KissWon
Made in tvN, Actress in DramaNominated
Tving Awards2021Womance of the YearJung Eun-jiWon

Jung Eun-ji Biography

NameJung Eun-ji
Date of Birth18-Aug-1993
Age in 202330
Birth PlaceBusan
CountrySouth Korea
NationalitySouth Korean
HeightNone (m)
WeightUnknown (KGs)
ProfessionPop Singer
HeightIn Centimeters: Not known
In Meters: Not known
In Feet Inches: Not known
WeightIn KG: Not known
In Pound: Not known
Eye Color-
Hair Color-
Marital StatusYet to update

Some FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) about Jung Eun-ji.

  1. What is the Net Worth of Jung Eun-ji?

The Net Worth of Jung Eun-ji is $1.5 Million.

  1. What is the Height of Jung Eun-ji?

The height of Jung Eun-ji is None.

  1. Where is the birthplace of Jung Eun-ji?

The birthplace of Jung Eun-ji is Busan

  1. What is the Date of Birth of Jung Eun-ji?

The birthday of Jung Eun-ji is on 18-Aug-1993.

  1. Is Jung Eun-ji Married?

The marital status of Jung Eun-ji is: Yet to update.

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