Jung Woongin

Jung Woongin majored in acting at Seoul Institute of the Arts and was considered a promising actor. He started acting with minor roles in films and first attracted attention through the TV series Eunshil (1998). Making his face known to the public as Hwang Chunsik, a gangster who brought fun to the dramas, Jung Woongin won the Best New Actor of the Year at the SBS Entertainment Awards. The ensuing sitcom Three Friends (2000) put him on stardom. Jung played a psychiatrist, who is serious and intelligent, but on the other hand, appeared sloppy and a nerd, loved by fans for his unique humor code. This character then led to the gangster comedy My Boss, My Teacher (2001), where he showed expressionless and comic performances without exaggeration.

This ‘Jung Woongin’s Comedy’ became the foundation for him, and based on it, he expanded his scope to costume dramas, period dramas, and melodramas. Jung played a lot of supporting characters backing up the works and won the Best Supporting Actor at the KBS Acting Awards for Ojakgyo Family (2011). Here, he met a work that would change his life. I Can Hear Your Voice (2013), where he appeared as a psychopath criminal, became his life work, allowing him to win the Best Actor at the Korea Drama Awards. The bloodthirsty image of a serial killer was a big shock to the audience, who had recognized him as a comic actor. From it, he established himself as a villain character, playing villain roles in the TV series Empress Ki (2013) and Yongpal (2015). In the film world, Jung Woongin mostly appeared in the comic crime action genres after My Boss, My Teacher and began to take on characters rooted in reality little by little from Fists of Legend (2013). Director Ryu Seungwan’s Veteran (2015) is Jung’s representative work, where he played a truck driver living as a small citizen, showing off his simplehearted and powerful performance.

Pulling off dramatic changes in characters from comedy to unforgettable serial killer acting, Jung Woongin is showing his presence through various works in his middle age without leaning toward any genre or tone. He also showed outstanding character acting through a persistent detective in Ms. Ma, Nemesis (2018) and a despicable aide in Chief of Staff (2019). Jung’s next film is Pachinko, an Apple TV drama series and action films Seoul Vibe and Drive (Working title). Marking the 25th anniversary of his debut, Jung Woongin’s stage is becoming more extensive. Kim Hyungseok

Ju Jihoon

‘Lee Chang,’ a young king played by Ju Jihoon in the Netflix series Kingdom, which has brought about the K-Zombie craze, makes us admire the zombie-infested imaginary Joseon. The crown prince, who was wandering to the outskirts for fear of rotten power, awakens through the horribly abandoned people amid a bizarre plague. “I’m different. I will never abandon my people!” Lee Chang’s line shook the hearts of global audiences living in the era of the COVID-19 Pandemic, and the king of the imaginary Joseon Dynasty became a ‘global wannabe king.’ Indeed, it is hard not to fall in love with cool Ju Jihoon in a beautiful ‘gat,’ shooting arrows flying the elegant ‘hanbok.’

Coincidentally, Ju Jihoon played a member of ‘Royal Family’ in his debut film. In 2006, he played the rebellious prince Lee Shin in the TV series Princess Hours, based on popular K-Comics. As soon as he debuted as a model at the age of 19, Ju Jihoon became one of the top models featuring on the covers of fashion magazines, but he had little acting experience. At first, he refused to play the role because he was the main character, but soon he awoke to the qualities of an actor in him. The role of the prince, who disguises the heat of his first love with cold eyes, was perfect for Ju Jihoon, and his charms made the series gain huge popularity in Asia as well as Korea. The TV series The Devil (2007), which later formed an enthusiastic fandom, is also a work that showed Ju Jihoon’s ambivalent aura to the fullest.

Actor Ju made his screen debut with Antique (2008), directed by Min Kyudong based on the original Japanese cartoon. After gradually expanding his characters to trendy romance movies, historical dramas and comedies, Ju Jihoon washed away his sweet charms from Confession in 2014 and entered the world of Noir. Director Kim Sungsoo’s Asura: The City of Madness (2016) is the starting point of ‘Bitter Ju Jihoon.’ He played the process of a naive detective encroaching on violence. In the star-studded film with the representative actors in the Korean film industry, including Jung Woosung, Hwang Jungmin, and Kwak Dowon, it is no exaggeration to say that the title of Asura, the “Two Faces of the Abyss,” should belong to Ju Jihoon. In a world of betrayal, madness, and action, he began to fly as if he was unleashed from the seal that had suppressed him. Since then, Ju won the title of the ‘Actor with 10 million viewers’ with the blockbuster fantasy series Along with the Gods. With The Spy Gone North (2018), directed by Yoon Jongbin, Ju Jihoon won the Best Supporting Actor. And with Dark Figure of Crime (2018), the actor won the Best Actor for the first time in his career by playing a creepy psychopath serial killer. In addition, through the Netflix Original Series Kingdom, he has earned global recognition.

If the cool energy that seems to boil coldly, elegant yet wild face and sensuous reaction are Ju Jihoon’s ‘inborn’ talent, the awful effort is the result of awakening as an actor. After hearing that Anthony Hopkins reads the script 200 times before filming, Ju Jihoon studies the scenario until it wears off. That’s why he can act like he’s playing on the filming spot. News of his new works continues every day from Kingdom: The Crown Prince, the spin-off of Kingdom series, The Silence, Kidnapping (Working title), and Gentleman. The era of Ju Jihoon has finally begun. Park Hyeeun

100 Femals Actors

Ahn Seohyun
An Sohee
Bae Jongok
Chang Hyaejin
Cho Minsoo
Cho Yeojeong
Choi Heeseo
Choi Sooyoung
Chun Woohee
Claudia Kim
Goh Dooshim
Han Hyojoo
Han Jimin
Han Yeri
Jang Yoonju
Jang Youngnam
Jeon Doyeon
Jeon Hyejin
Jeon Sonee
Jeong Hadam
Jin Kyung
Jin Seoyeon
Jun Jongseo
Jung Eunchae
Jung Ryeowon
Jung Soojung
Kang Malgeum
Kang Sooyoun
Kim Ajoong
Kim Dami
Kim Goeun
Kim Haesook
Kim Heeae
Kim Hojung
Kim Hwanhee
Kim Hyanggi
Kim Hyeja
Kim Hyejun
Kim Hyunjoo
Kim Mekyung
Kim Okvin
Kim Saebyuk
Kim Saeron
Kim Seohyung
Kim Sojin
Kim Suan
Kim Sungryoung
Kim Sunyoung
Kim Youjung
Kim Yunjin
Ko Asung
Lee Hanee
Lee Hyeyeong
Lee Jaein
Lee Jooyoung
Lee Jooyoung
Lee Jungeun
Lee Junghyun
Lee Minji
Lee Nayoung
Lee Re
Lee Sanghee
Lee Siyoung
Lee Sungkyoung
Lee Yeonhee
Lee Youngae
Lee Youyoung
Lim Yoona
Moon Chaewon
Moon Geunyoung
Moon Jeonghee
Moon Sori
Park Boyoung
Park Haseon
Park Jihu
Park Jinjoo
Park Shinhye
Park Sodam
Ra Miran
Ryu Hyeyoung
Seo Younghee
Shim Dalgi
Shim Eunkyung
Shin Haesun
Shin Hyunbeen
Shin Saekyeong
Son Yejin
Song Jihyo
Song Yoona
Soo Ae
Uhm Jiwon
Uhm Junghwa
Won Jina
Ye Sujeong
Yeom Hyeran
Yoo Dain
Youn Yuhjung
Yum Jungah

100 Male Actors

Ahn Sungki
Baek Yoonsik
Byun Yohan
Cha Seoungwon
Cha Taehyun
Cho Hyunchul
Cho Jinwoong
Cho Jungseok
Choi Minsik
Doh Kyungsoo
Go Changsuk
Go Soo
Gong Myoung
Huh Joonho
Hwang Jungmin
Hyun Bin
Jang Donggun
Jang Hyuk
Jeong Mansik
Ji Changwook
Jin Goo
Jin Sunkyu
Jo Woojin
Ju Jihoon
Jung Haein
Jung Jaeyoung
Jung Jinyoung
Jung Kyungho
Jung Woo
Jung Woongin
Jung Woosung
Kang Haneul
Kim Daemyeung
Kim Dongwook
Kim Euisung
Kim Hiewon
Kim Mooyul
Kim Myungmin
Kim Namgil
Kim Sangho
Kim Sangkyung
Kim Soohyun
Kim Sungkyu
Kim Sungkyun
Kim Youngmin
Kim Yunseok
Koo Kyohwan
Kwak Dowon
Kwon Haehyo
Kwon Sangwoo
Kwon Yul
Lee Byunghun
Lee Donghwi
Lee Heejun
Lee Jehoon
Lee Joon
Lee Joongi
Lee Jungjae
Lee Junho
Lee Junhyuk
Lee Kwangsoo
Lee Minho
Lee Seojin
Lee Seunggi
Lee Soonjae
Lee Sungmin
Lee Sunkyun
Nam Yeonwoo
Oh Jungse
Ok Taecyeon
Park Bogum
Park Byungeun
Park Haejoon
Park Haesoo
Park Heesoon
Park Jeongmin
Park Myunghoon
Park Seojun
Park Sungwoong
Ryoo Seungbum
Ryu Junyeol
Ryu Seungryong
Seo Kangjun
Shin Hakyun
Shin Jungkeun
Sim Heeseop
So Jisub
Son Hyunjoo
Song Joongki
Sul Kyunggu
Sung Dongil
Um Taegoo
Yeo Jingoo
Yim Siwan
Yoo Haijin
Yoo Jitae
Yoo Teo
Yoo Yeonseok
Yoon Kyesang
Yoon Kyungho

Jung Soojung

Jung Soojung (professionally known as Krystal) debuted with a group f(x) in 2009 and appeared in the sitcom More Charming By the Day the following year, coming back and forth between singing and acting. In the early stage of her career, she took root more widely as a singer Krystal than an actor Jung Soojung. She was a style icon recognized by fashion people, the center of f(x) introduced by the U.S. Billboard as ‘an unprecedented group not seen in the K-pop girl group scene,’ and became the wannabe of girls who adored her arrogant but easy-going images. However, even at the peak of the icon on the stage as a singer, Jung Soojung never gave up walking through the harsh field of acting.

Jung showed a lively image in the TV sitcom series High Kick 3 (2011), challenged to act in the traditional TV drama Heirs (2013), and learned her responsibility as an actor through My Lovely Girl (2014) while playing the main character. A big change in the center of gravity, which had been tilted toward her singing career, was detected through the Prison Playbook (2017). In this work, which she says herself was an opportunity to grow to the next level as an actor, Jung Soojung played the role of the main character’s girlfriend and a student of an oriental medical school, showing realistic and living acting, drawing attention from the public and critics.

Later, she continued to take more challenging moves. She has built her portfolios by the clever strategy of playing a wide range of characters, such as a driver (Player) of a fraudulent group and a female military officer (Search), which an actor from an idol group can’t challenge easily. Her first screen debut MORE THAN FAMILY (2020) she starred in clearly shows her passion and desire for acting. The actor transformed into a five-month pregnant woman, contrary to the sophisticated and urban image of ‘Idol Krystal.’ Jung Soojung, who played a college student who fell in love with a male tutee and became pregnant, was praised for her bright and confident acting that depicted the mentality of the younger generation, who is confident in the choice of marriage and childbirth while feeling uneasy about forming a family at an early age. She appeared in the movie in an easy-going manner without makeup, overwhelming various characters, including family, friends, and lovers, giving surprise and joy to viewers. Movie star Jung Soojung’s first challenge was a complete victory.

Jung Soojung, who has overseas fans through f(x) activities, has no language barrier thanks to her childhood in the U.S. In other words, she is a prepared actor who can enter overseas immediately. Following the release of the Netflix Original Sweet and Sour (2021), which depicts the romance of the current generation, she is busy filming the drama Police Class, where she plays a freshman in the police academy. Actor Jung Soojung’s tomorrow will shine all the time like a Crystal. Jung Siwoo

Jung Ryeowon

Jung Ryeowon is one of the most successful first-generation female idols in the 2000s. Twenty years later now, she has been firmly established as an actor beyond imagination as once an idol. Jung Ryeowon made her debut in the entertainment industry in 2000 with the girl group ‘Chakra’. While working as an idol, she showed her affection for acting by appearing in movies such as Emergency Measure 19 (2002) and sitcoms. In 2005, the TV dramas Hello, Francesca and My Name is Kim SamSun, which appeared after leaving Chakra in 2004, gained explosive popularity, and Ryeowon caused a sensation. As a rising star, every move she made attracted public attention. Through her first film Two Faces of My Girlfriend (2007), a romantic comedy she starred in, the actor won the Blue Dragon Film Awards for Best New Actress, showing her potential. In particular, she played a character with multi-personality disorder and won high praise for showing off her charm in an innocent and cheerful way.

Jung Ryeowon’s representative work that comes to our mind immediately is Castaway on the Moon (2009), where a woman who lived as a reclusive loner opens her mind to the world out of a narrow, dark room in 3 years. In Pain (2011), she appeared as Donghyun, who should never get a small wound because she can’t stop bleeding, and fell in love with Namsoon (Kwon Sangwoo), who had a numb body. In addition, in Never Ending Story (2012), Jung played Songkyung, a terminally ill patient who prepares for her funeral, spending the rest of her life in love with a man in the same situation.

She mainly played characters with fantastic aspects in cartoons rather than in real life, but surprisingly, thanks to her lovely energy and appeal, the characters she played seemed to be plausible. Even the erratic behaviors or playful lines of the characters didn’t seem awkward at all but suited her well like her own style. Moreover, the weak female character she created is not satisfied with causing protective instinct in men. In other words, she created unique characters who are feminine, delicate, and weighty, which we had never seen before. Unlike the passive female characters in Korean melodramas, Jung Ryeowon was willing to find a way to act independently, breaking away from her limitations and bondage. Her characters grew up in rough life, found rest in their hearts, and freed themselves eventually.

Out of melodramas for a while, Jung appeared in the comic crime film Gate (2018), where she burgled a safe when she was threatened with private loan debt, but through TV series, the actor marked her second heyday. Jung Ryeowon showed her true value as Ma Yideum in Witch at Court (2017) and Cha Myeongjoo in Diary of the Prosecutor (2019). Since she was already adapted to and warmed up herself for professional acting in the medical series Medical Top Team in 2013, Jung could expand her acting range with confidence and strength while playing the roles of prosecutors in the two dramas. She has demonstrated that she can fully show her capabilities out of a romantic melodrama series, playing the role of a female prosecutor successfully, which is not common in Korean TV series. Jeon Jonghyuk

Choi Minsik

Among many actors in the spectrum of being cool and passionate, Choi Minsik is a representative ‘fiery and passionate’ actor. Based on the acting skills he accumulated on the theater stage including Equus, Choi made his screen debut with Guro Arirang (1989), which deals with labor issues. He began to make his presence felt through TV dramas such as The Years of Ambition and The Moon of Seoul. After starring in NO.3 (1997) and The Quiet Family (1998), the actor began to succeed with his charismatic North Korean military acting in Swiri (1999), directed by Kang Jekyu, who set the highest box office record in Korean cinema at the time. Happy End (1999), a story about a guy who falls into the downward spiral of desire after finding out his wife’s affair, was invited to the Cannes Film Festival-Critics Week. The film Failan (2001), which vividly depicted the life of a backstreet gangster, made Choi a representative male actor after Ahn Sungki, Park Joonghoon, and Han Sukkyu in the 1990s. With Happy End and Failan, Choi swept the Best Actor awards at the Baeksang Arts Awards, the Grand Bell Awards, the Blue Dragon Film Awards, The Korean Association of Film Critics Awards, and the Deauville Asian Film Festival.

The moment he further evolved as an actor was when he was nominated for the Best Actor for the second consecutive time with Chihwaseon (2002) and Oldboy (2003), which were invited to the competition section of the Cannes International Film Festival. If the former is the period drama, in which Director Im Kwontaek depicted the artistic soul of the master Jang Seungup, the latter was a thriller that showed Director Park Chanwook’s mythical imagination based on the original comic book. Painter Jang Seungup, who tried to make his own style instead of copying others’ artworks, and a man named Oh Daesoo, who has been locked up in his room for 15 years without knowing any reasons, evidently show that Choi’s method acting reached the top level. Oldboy opened the way to promote Korean films to the moviegoers in North America and was remade by Director Spike Lee in 2013. Choi Minsik was subsequently cast in the action film Lucy (2014), directed by Luc Besson, and worked with Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman.

Choi has not stopped challenging himself. The characters he played ranged from a spine-chilling serial killer in Kim Ji-woon’s I Saw the Devil (2010) to a man who lives in a criminal organization as neither an ordinary man nor a gangster in Nameless Gangster: Rules of Time (2012). Meanwhile, in Roaring Currents (2014), the actor played Admiral Yi Sunsin, who is praised as one of the great figures in Korean history, setting the highest box office record in Korean cinema, which is still unbroken. Ju Sungchul

Moon Geunyoung

It does not happen very often to grow up from a child actor or a child actress who was loved by the whole nation and to be accepted as a full-fledged adult actor or actress. For example, Elizabeth Taylor, Natalie Wood, and Natalie Portman are the quite rare cases that achieved it. It is almost an impossible mission to keep the cute charms of child actors as they grow older, not to mention overcoming and surpassing the cuteness. In Korea, if we give the rarest and most recent example, we can’t miss the name of Moon Geunyoung. The actor started acting when she was very young. She began appearing in TV dramas in 1999 and gained attention in 2000 when she played Song Hyekyo’s child role in the drama Autumn In My Heart, which became a starting point of K-wave.

The name Moon Geunyoung began to be accepted as a kind of public guarantee check in the film world thanks to Director Kim Jiwoon’s A Tale of Two Sisters (2003). In this splendid horror film, Moon continued her beloved image as a child actress, playing a vulnerable, weak, innocent, and fragile girl. The film recorded the highest box office hit in Korean horror film history. She then made consecutive successes with My Little Bride (2004) and Dancing Princess (2005). It could be a smart move, but it may not have been a good choice. In fact, the two films were commercial films using Moon’s image as a ‘pure girl’ quite explicitly. Therefore, everyone must have thought the same thing after the two movies were released. “Will Moon Geunyoung be able to escape the fixed image and continue to survive as an actress in the harsh film industry?”

However, Moon Geunyoung took her time. She left the film world for a while to study in college and returned to the TV world 3 years later. And with the drama Painter of The Wind (2008), she won the Grand Prize at the year-end broadcasting awards as the youngest actress in Korean history. She succeeded in standing out as an adult actress without completely removing her beloved image as a child actress.

In 2015, the actor came back to screen in 9 years with the film The Throne, a historical drama directed by Lee Joonik. She showed bold choices by challenging the role of Lady Hyegyeong, Crown Prince Sado’s wife, who watched her husband dying in the wooden rice chest, and King Jeongjo’s mother, who tried to protect her young son, wearing old-age makeup. In Director Shin Suwon’s fantasy mystery film Glass Garden (2017), Moon soaked the audience’s eyes with her gazes that go back and forth between innocence and madness.

Now, Moon Geunyoung is enjoying her break time after appearing in the TV series Catch the Ghost (2019), where she featured double roles. With the 22 years of experience after her debut, Moon Geunyoung’s overwhelming presence is expanding unboundedly. Looking at her stronger gazes, the expectation that she will continue to breathe new air into the Korean cinema turns into confidence. The wait for her still excites us. Kim Dohoon

Jeon Doyeon

Jeon Doyeon is a common noun in the Korean film industry, which means the best acting and the best actor. When you see the name ‘Jeon Doyeon’ in a movie or a drama, that’s it. We don’t need any more explanation of the work. After appearing in a TV series with a young face in the 1990s and making a film debut through The Contact (1997), Jeon has been called the ‘representative actor of Korea’ for 20 years. When she won the Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival for the first time as a Korean actor with Secret Sunshine (2007), the world may have been surprised, but Jeon Doyeon did not seem to be surprised at all. When receiving a trophy from Alain Delon, Jeon only made a ‘dazzling smile’ familiar to the Korean movie-goers. It was her first winning of the award overseas film festival award, but it didn’t seem too heavy. In a later interview, Jeon Doyeon talked about it honestly. She said, “Winning a prize is not the goal I want to achieve. It’s an honor to have it, but I’m still hungry. Because I’m changing now, and I have a lot more to show you.” This is why Jeon Doyeon’s heyday never ends.

Over the past two decades, Jeon Doyeon’s film history has been largely divided into three parts. The first category is ‘The Queen of Melo-dramas.’ Through The Contact, a lonely woman who soothed her thirst for love with artificial tears suddenly emerged as a representative of Korean melodramas. The romance Jeon Doyeon played was greatly loved by the audience, including a hot woman who threw everything at the fateful love (A Promise, 1998), a shy 17-year-old girl who fell in love with a crush (The Harmonium In My Memory, 1999), and a woman who never let go of love in the face of death (You Are My Sunshine, 2005). In every work, Jeon Doyeon appeared with a new face that we could never imagine in her previous films. If you are an overseas audience, you will be surprised to meet Jeon Doyeon for the first time with any of her movies, but particularly, you mustn’t miss Happy End (1999) and Untold Scandal (2003). It is always surprising to see that the same actor played totally different characters; a woman, who cries while giving sleeping pills to her young daughter to meet her lover secretly; a woman in the Joseon Dynasty, who is overwhelmed by the joy of love in her life.

And finally, Jeon Doyeon won the protagonist in Director Lee Changdong’s Secret Sunshine. The pain of a mother who lost her only son. While playing the character, Jeon Doyeon collapses bearing the pain that her fragile body can’t handle. Through every scene she plays, her pain hits the hearts of the audience. Especially, the scene where she murmurs to God while walking at night is horrifyingly realistic. Although Jeon had never experienced such heartbreaking emotions, she expressed them naturally like a mother who had experienced them thousands of times. The pure madness in The Housemaid (2010), the miserable loneliness in Way Back Home (2013), the nasty love in The Shameless (2014), and the heartbreaking tears in Birthday (2019), we experience every emotion through Jeon Doyeon’s acting. While we are immersed in the emotions she left behind, the actor advances to another Jeon Doyeon’s character.

Best, representative, extraordinary, and irreplaceable, etc. These modifiers cannot help but be burdensome to the actor and she knows the weight. She confessed that she was in agony to perform better for a moment. At that time, Actor Youn Yuhjung sent her a short message that said, “Don’t worry. You’re Jeon Doyeon.” We all know what Youn knows, too. She is Jeon Doyeon. What further explanation do we need? We’re just waiting for her next film. Park Hyeeun

Jang Yoonju

As soon as standing on the runway, Jang Yoonju, a teenage girl, became a ‘super model’ who received love calls from famous designers around the world. She commanded the runway with a pose and catwalk perfectly mixed with the concept of high fashion and the condensed appearance of Asian beauty. When meeting with fashion pictorials and commercials, Jang was the brightest subject in front of the camera. But she didn’t want to stay as a beautiful subject. She wanted to show ‘Moving Jang Yoonju’ by coming out of the short runway and a picture. She expanded her career to the host of a popular reality show, an entertainer, and a musician. And in 2015, Jang stood in front of a completely different kind of camera as a ‘newbie’. Director Ryu Seungwan’s crime action film Veteran (2015) is the debut film of ‘Rookie Actor Jang Yoonju.’

Ms. Bong, a female detective in Veteran (2015), is a hot-tempered character that lets her punch do the talking. Although she is the youngest member of the detective squad, her senior detectives are struggling to stop her from overreacting in front of bad guys. It was refreshing and familiar to see Jang Yoonju spitting harsh words, rolling, running, and kicking among veteran actors such as Hwang Jungmin and Yoo Ah-in. Instead of a famous model, Director Ryu Seungwan cast her as a veteran actor who majored in film production and has played ‘Jang Yoonju in front of the camera for nearly 20 years, and his intention hit the mark.

With her debut film, Jang Yoonju won a milestone of ‘10 million box office hits’ and was offered to appear in films and TV series endlessly. However, she took a breath for a while. She had her personal reasons for that, such as marriage and childbirth, but she wanted to be a more confident actor living up to the title ‘Actor Jang Yoonju.’ After rejecting cheerful and upbeat 2nd Ms. Bong several times, she chose her second film Three Sisters (2020). To play the character, Jang had to abandon every image she built up as an entertainer and celebrity and go back to square one. But such a difficult task made her move. It was also a pleasant challenge for Jang Yoonju because she could keep in tune with Kim Sunyoung and Moon Sori, Jang’s wannabe and mentor.

In Three Sisters, Jang Yoonju is a playwright in a slump. The more she tries to do well, the worse things get, and her life gets screwed. With the disheveled bleached hair, hiding herself in a loose, scruffy outfit, Jang Yoonju sobs and collapses. However, a ‘story’ flows through Jang Yoonju’s face when it is close-up and filled the big screen. We’ve seen her face for 20 years, but it’s definitely different. She seems to have learned to enjoy breathing with the camera as an actor.

Now, it’s time for us to get used to Actor Jang Yoonju. Her lead films are waiting to be released one after another. The sports film Win (working title), where she collaborated with Song Kangho and the comedy film Citizen Dukhee (working title), where she kept in tune with Ra Miran are waiting for the release. Also, Jang Yoonju participated in Netflix Original hit Money Heist, the remake of the Korean version, waiting for meeting global audiences. Standing majestically on the screen, Super Actor Jang Yoonju has begun her relentless run. Park Hyeeun