Her fellow Girls' Generation member Kwon Yuri attended the same university.
She played a teacher named Ayeon, who is visually impaired. Entertainment in October 2017 and her future activities with Girls' Generation remain in discussion.
Later in August, she played the female lead in the MBC drama series Man Who Sets the Table. She went on to major in film studies and graduated from Chung-Ang University in February 2016, receiving a lifetime achievement award at the graduation ceremony.
Name: 지진희 / Ji Jin Hee Profession: Actor Birthdate: 1971-Jun-24 Birthplace: South Korea Height: 178cm Weight: 71kg Star sign: Cancer Blood type: B Family: Wife Lee Su Yon (since 2004) Talent agency: HB Entertainment TV Series Second To Last Love (SBS, 2016) Snow Lotus (SBS, 2015) I Have a Lover (SBS, 2015) Late Night Restaurant (SBS, 2015) Blood (KBS2, 2015) One Warm Word (SBS, 2013) Dating Agency: Cyrano (tv N, 2013) The Great Seer (SBS, 2012) Unexpected You (KBS2, 2012) Take Care Of Us, Captain (SBS, 2012) Dong Yi (MBC, 2010) Telecinema Paradise (SBS, 2009) The Man Who Can’t Get Married (KBS2, 2009) Star’s Lover (SBS, 2008) cameo Spotlight (MBC, 2008) The 100th Bride (Beijing production, 2005) Spring Day (SBS, 2005) Miss Kim Makes 1 Million (SBS, 2004) Dae Jang Geum (MBC, 2003) Love Letter (MBC, 2003) Passing Rain (MBC/Fuji TV, 2002) Four Sisters (MBC, 2001) Movies Summer Snow (2015) Helios (2015) Love Fiction (2012) Looking For My Wife (2010) Parallel Life (2009) Paradise (2009) Soo (2007) Meet Mr.
Gong Ji Chul, better known by his stage name Gong Yoo, is a South Korean actor. Gong Yoo was then cast in MBC romantic comedy "Coffee Prince", which became his breakout role.
Things take a strange twist at the Cyrano Agency when a new client named Sang-Yong (Daniel Choi) enters their office.
Sang-Yong is a straight-laced financial trader who is rather inept with personal relationships.
The popularity of the drama not only solidified his status as a leading man but also made him a Hallyu star.
Gong Yoo then enlisted the mandatory service on January 14, 2008, which ended on December 8, 2009.
If it is the superlatives page that gets you laughing, look no further.
These are the “class” superlatives from your favorite dramas of 2016/17!
Choi Soo-young (born February 10, 1990), better known by the mononym Sooyoung, is a South Korean singer and actress.