Yoon Eun-hye Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More
Yoon Eun-hye (born October 3, 1984) is a South Korean actress, model, singer, and entertainer. She made her debut as a member of the girl group Baby Vox, with whom she remained from 1999 to 2005. Yoon is best known for her roles in the television dramas Princess Hours (2006), The Vineyard Man (2006), Coffee Prince (2007), My Fair Lady (2009), Lie to Me (2011), and Missing You (2012). (2012).
1999-2005: Debut with Baby V.O.X.
Yoon joined Baby V.O.X at the age of 15, replacing an ex-member (Lee Gai) in 1999. Yoon was the group's sub-vocalist.
In 1999, the group released their third album, Come Come Come, after she joined. This was their first major success, with singles "Get Up" and "Killer" reaching the top of the Korean music charts. Yoon became a target of anti-fans the same year. She was shot in the eye by an anti-fan who used a water gun to blind her with a mixture of soy sauce and vinegar. She was rushed to the hospital, where doctors determined that her cornea had been damaged.
Yoon was also a frequent guest on SBS' popular game show X-Man from 2004 to 2005, where she became known for her "girl-warrior" image and her love-line with Kim Jong-kook.
Yoon, like fellow member Shim Eun-jin, left Baby V.O.X in July 2005 when her contract with DR Entertainment expired. 2006-2007: Breakthrough success with Princess Hours and Coffee Prince
Yoon made her acting debut in the 2006 romantic comedy Princess Hours, playing an ordinary girl who becomes the crown princess after an arranged marriage to the crown prince. Fans of the Goong manhwa initially questioned her acting ability and petitioned for Yoon to be replaced as the lead role. Despite the controversy, Princess Hours was a huge success throughout Asia, propelling Yoon to Korean Wave stardom.
Yoon then made her big screen debut as a boxer in the film The Legend of Seven Cutter. She returned to television in July 2006 with a leading role in The Vineyard Man, which aired on KBS. The Vineyard Man received positive reviews for its heartwarming storyline and the cast's performances, and its viewership eventually increased. Yoon was named Best Actress at the 2006 Grimae Awards, which were chosen by cinematographers from every broadcasting station in Korea.
Yoon landed the lead role in MBC's drama Coffee Prince in 2007. Her character was a tomboy who was mistaken for a boy by her boss. The drama was another huge success for Yoon, who was praised by critics for playing a colourful character. Yoon beat out veteran actresses Kim Hee-ae and Park Jin-hee to win the coveted Best Actress award at the 44th Baeksang Arts Awards, becoming the youngest actress to do so. Yoon became one of the highest-paid actresses in the industry after the success of Coffee Prince and Goong.
Acting criticism, 2008-2011
Yoon appeared as an arrogant, strong-willed heiress from a wealthy business family in KBS' romantic comedy My Fair Lady in 2009. Despite the film's moderate success, Yoon was harshly criticised for her unnatural speech and accent, as well as her regression in acting skills.
Yoon returned to the big screen after five years with My Black Mini Dress (2010), a coming-of-age drama based on Kim Min-chick seo's lit novel of the same name. She went on to star in SBS's romantic comedy series Lie to Me (2011) as a smart government official who is unlucky in love. However, neither project was commercially successful.
2012-2015: Debut as a director, critical acclaim, and Goddess Fashion
Yoon made her directorial debut in 2012 with The Knitting, her first assignment as a graduate student at Chung-Ang University. At the 17th Busan International Film Festival, the film was screened and competed in the Korean Short Film Competition. It was also screened as one of five short films in the "New Choice" category at the 38th Seoul Independent Film Festival. The same year, she served on the jury for the Asiana International Short Film Festival's 'Face of Short Film Awards' (AISFF).
Yoon appeared as a victim of sexual abuse in MBC's melo-thriller Missing You in late 2012. Yoon's performance in the role was a watershed moment for her, and she received critical acclaim for it. Following that, she starred in KBS's romantic comedy Marry Him If You Dare as a 32-year-old call centre agent who travels back in time to change her future. Yoon co-starred with Park Si-hoo in the Chinese-South Korean romance film After Love in 2014.
Yoon made a cameo appearance in Ha Jung-2015 woo's film Chronicle of a Blood Merchant. She then competed in the second season of Goddess Fashion, a Chinese fashion design survival show in which participants must present their own designs to the judges. Yoon was ranked first in an evaluation on August 29, 2015.
2017–present: Return from a brief hiatus
Yoon returned to the Korean entertainment industry in 2017 as a regular on tvN's variety show Dear Pet, We Need to Talk.
Yoon was cast in the romantic comedy drama Love Alert in 2018. This marks her return to the small screen five years since her last drama Marry Him If You Dare in 2013.
Yoon appeared in the two-part romance drama Go Go Song in 2019.
Conflicts with management
Conflicts with Yoon's Management Eight Peaks arose in July 2007, and Yoon eventually filed a Certification Of Contents (COC) to cancel her contractual agreement with the company. The contents of the first COC stated that in January 2007 Yoon was confirmed to star in the MBC drama Que Sera Sera and had even completed the script reading and rehearsal for the upcoming shoot. However, the company forced Yoon to withdraw in order for Yoon to star in a company-produced drama, and as a result, Jung Yu-mi was replaced. Yoon took a two-day vacation to Gangwon-do after her resignation in March. Eight Peaks claimed that they had no knowledge of this so-called incident and spread a rumour of Yoon's irresponsibility online which damaged her reputation. Yoon filed a second COC in August, which included evidence to support the disagreeable actions made by Eight Peaks. These actions included the improper handling and distribution/division of earnings and proceeds as well as the unilateral (one-sided) manner of making and carrying out decisions which caused immense problems "
Yoon and Eight Peaks eventually reached a mutual agreement and settled their differences amicably after careful negotiations. Yoon signed on with Kraze Entertainment as her new management company in October 2008, after her contract dispute was resolved.
Accusations of plagiarism
Yoon was accused of plagiarism by Korean fashion designer Yoon Choon Ho following her win on the Chinese fashion show Goddess Fashion, in which she presented a white coat with collars and a unique fringe on the sleeves to give the feeling of wings following the film theme of Chronicles of Narnia. After being made aware of her piece on the show, the designer accused Yoon of stealing his design and posted a comparison of his creation versus Yoon's creation, claiming that he and his team had worked hard on the piece from the F/W (Fall/Winter) line. Yoon Choon Ho also revealed that he had recently heard Yoon and her stylist had picked up a sponsorship outfit. She was also accused of plagiarism when another of her designs was said to be similar to a dress from Dolce & Gabbana's 2015 F/W collection.
Yoon denied the allegations, claiming that her inspiration for the outfit came from a Victor & Rolf look from 2008 and the 2014 Lanvin Collection, both of which featured feather decorations. She also chastised Yoon Choon Ho for exploiting her celebrity.
|2002||Emergency 19||Singer of Vegiemeal with Baby V.O.X||(cameo)|
|2006||The Legend of Seven Cutter||Han Min-joo|
|2011||My Black Mini Dress||Lee Yoo-min|
|2012||The Knitting||Short film; as director|
|2015||Chronicle of a Blood Merchant||Im Boon-bang||(cameo)|
|2016||After Love||Yin Hong|
|2006||Princess Hours||Shin Chae-gyung||MBC|
|The Vineyard Man||Lee Ji-hyun||KBS|
|2007||Coffee Prince||Go Eun-chan||MBC|
|2009||My Fair Lady||Kang Hye-na||KBS|
|2010||Personal Taste||Yoon Eun-soo||MBC||(cameo, episode 8)|
|2011||Lie To Me||Gong Ah-jung||SBS|
|2012||Road for Hope||Herself||KBS||(cameo)|
|2012–2013||Missing You||Lee Soo-yeon / Zoe||MBC|
|2013||Marry Him If You Dare||Na Mi-rae||KBS|
|2018||Happy to Meet You||Herself||Tencent||Chinese drama (cameo)|
|Love Alert||Yoon Yoo-jung||MBN|
|2019||Go Go Song||Gong Sun-hwa||CGNTV|
|2020-2021||Stars' Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant||Episode 49–51, 61-63|
|2020||Law of the Jungle in Zero Point||Cast member|
|2021||Cooking - The Birth of a Cooking King||contestant|
|2022||Hangout with Yoo||Cast as WSG Wannabe|
|Kilimanjaro||Cast Member with Hyojung, Uee, and Son Ho-jun|
For Yoon's works with Baby V.O.X, see Baby V.O.X.
|2008||Salad Song||Yoon Eun Hye feat. Lee Dong-gun||Samsung Ziple commercial film|
|사랑해 (I Love You)||Mighty Mouth feat. Yoon Eun Hye||Digital single|
|2009||Ziple ‘Asak’||Samsung Ziple commercial film|
|Romance||Yoon Eun Hye & Yoon Sang Hyun||My Fair Lady OST|
|2010||AM 5:00 Do.U Production Crew (Outro)||[Do.U] Know Me|
|Tic Tok||2PM feat. Yoon Eun Hye||Digital single|
|2011||Love Is Blind||My Black Mini Dress OST|
|My Black Mini Dress||Yoon Eun-hye, Park Han-byul, Cha Ye-ryun & Yoo In-na|
- Public relations ambassador for famine countermeasures (2023)
Awards and nominations
For Yoon's awards with Baby V.O.X, see Baby V.O.X.
All Awards listed below are referenced from The House Company & Naver
|2006||42nd Baeksang Arts Awards||Best New Actress||Goong||Nominated|
|19th Grimae Awards||Best Actress||The Vineyard Man||Won|
|MBC Drama Awards||Best New Actress||Goong||Won|
|Popularity Award, Actress||Nominated|
|Best Couple Award with Ju Ji-hoon||Nominated|
|KBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actress||The Vineyard Man||Nominated|
|Best New Actress||Won|
|Popularity Award, Actress||Nominated|
|Best Couple Award with Oh Man-seok||Won|
|2007||MBC Drama Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actress||Coffee Prince||Won|
|Popularity Award, Actress||Nominated|
|Best Couple Award with Gong Yoo||Nominated|
|Star News Chief Producer's Choice Acting Awards||Outstanding Actress Award||Won|
|2008||44th Baeksang Arts Awards||Best Actress (TV)||Won|
|48th Monte Carlo Television Festival||Best Actress||Nominated|
|3rd Seoul International Drama Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|2009||KBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries||My Fair Lady||Nominated|
|Popularity Award, Actress||Won|
|Best Couple Award with Yoon Sang-hyun||Won|
|2011||SBS Drama Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Special Planning Drama||Lie To Me||Nominated|
|2012||MBC Drama Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actress||Missing You||Nominated|
|Popularity Award, Actress||Won|
|Best Couple Award with Park Yoo-chun||Nominated|
|Best Couple Award with Yoo Seung-ho||Nominated|
|Hallyu Star of the Year||Won|
|2013||Hallyu 10th Anniversary Grand Prizes||Grand Prix, Best Actress||Won|
|KBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries||Marry Him If You Dare||Nominated|
|Netizen Award, Actress||Nominated|
|Best Couple Award with Lee Dong-gun||Nominated|
|2016||18th Huading Awards||Global Best TV Actress||—||Won|
Yoon Eun-hye Biography
|Date of Birth||3-Oct-1984|
|Age in 2023||39|
|Birth Place||Seoul, South Korea|
|Profession||South Korean Actress|
|Famous as||Actress, Singer, And Model|
|Height||In Centimeters: 168 cm.|
In Meters: 1.68 m.
In Feet Inches: 5'6"
|Weight||In KG: Not known|
In Pound: Not known
|Marital Status||Yet to update|
Some FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) about Yoon Eun-hye.
- What is the Net Worth of Yoon Eun-hye?
The Net Worth of Yoon Eun-hye is $100,000 -.
- What is the Height of Yoon Eun-hye?
The height of Yoon Eun-hye is 1.68.
- Where is the birthplace of Yoon Eun-hye?
The birthplace of Yoon Eun-hye is Seoul, South Korea
- What is the Date of Birth of Yoon Eun-hye?
The birthday of Yoon Eun-hye is on 3-Oct-1984.
- Is Yoon Eun-hye Married?
The marital status of Yoon Eun-hye is: Yet to update.