Jeon Hye-bin

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Jeon.
Jeon Hye-bin
Jeon Hye-bin at the Nike: We Run Seoul 10k, on October 2011
Jeon Hye-bin at the Nike: We Run Seoul 10k, on October 2011
Born (1983-09-27) September 27, 1983 (age 30)
Seoul, South Korea
Alma mater
Occupation
Years active 2002 - present
Agent Namoo Actors
Musical career
Also known as BIN
Genres
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2002 - 2003
Associated acts
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Jeon Hye-bin
McCune–Reischauer Chŏn Hyebin

Jeon Hye-bin (Korean: 전혜빈?, Korean pronunciation: [tɕʌnh(j)ebin]; born September 27, 1983), known as BIN during her music career, is a South Korean actress, singer and model.[1][2] In 2002, she began her career as singer of the short-lived three-member girl group LUV, however the group disbanded the following year due to individual goals.

Following the disbandment of LUV, Jeon released her first solo album, Love Somebody on July 31. She ventured into acting and appeared in her first television drama, Sang Doo! Let's Go to School and cast in the 2004 horror film Dead Friend. On 23 September 2005, she found mainstream success with her second album In My Fantasy. "2AM", a song produced by Mr. Tyfoon, showcased her seductive side and dancing abilities. However, it came under heavy criticism for being too suggestive during performances, and required the cuter, less suggestive song "Bin-Go" (also produced by Mr. Tyfoon) to be promoted. Jeon was later cast in the comedic film Wet Dreams 2 and tv show Only You. In 2008, she decided to focus on her acting career. Appearing in several TV shows, On Air (2008), Yaksha (2010), My Love By My Side (2011),[3] Queen Insoo (2011) and Queen of the Office (2013). She was cast as Choi Hye-won for the upcoming Joseon era drama, Gunman in Joseon, scheduled to broadcast on June 18.

Career[edit]

2002: LUV[edit]

She debuted as one of the three members of the girl group LUV with Jo Eun-byul and Oh Yeon-seo. LUV appeared as singers in JTL's "A Better Day" music video in 2002. On May 15, the group released their first album Story - Orange Girl and performed "Orange Girl" at multiple shows. On August 12, they performed "Tears" for the Gangwon Province Armed Forces. The group's popularity grew enough that they were being compared with S.E.S. because many saw huge potential in them. However, the group did not last long as they disbanded a year later due to each member expressing their own dreams.[4]

2003-07: Sang Doo! Let's Go to School, Love Somebody and In My Fantasy[edit]

In 2003, Hye-bin appeared in the third season of MBC's Nonstop and later cast in Sang Doo! Let's Go to School as Yoon Hee-seo.[5] Her first solo album Love Somebody was released on July 31.[6]

In 2004, Hye-bin made movie debut in horror film Dead Friend as Eun-seo, sister of Eunjung (played by Lee Yoon-ji).[7] January 14, she was cast in Wet Dreams 2 as Park Soo-yeon, one of the four high school girls competing for affection for their teacher.[8]

On May 22, 2005, she appeared on the 41st episode of Banjun Drama, a mini-drama series of SBS Good Sunday program, and appeared in 12 additional episodes.[9] Her second album In My Fantasy released on 23 September became a hot-topic due to the song, "2AM".[10] "2AM", one of the two songs that she performed and produced by Mr. Tyfoon, was heavily criticized for its suggestive dance routine.[11][12]

On January 21, 2006, Kim Jong-kook, Im Tae-kyung and herself participated in Thuy Nga's Paris By Night 81 concert in California. Jeon performed "2AM". An accident in early 2006 forced Jeon to have surgery done, and under the advice of others, she underwent nose and teeth reconstruction. She eventually confirmed that she underwent plastic surgery when rumors were quickly spreading about the change in her appearance.[13] She appeared as one of the six women on Heroine 6, a popular segment on the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) variety show Happy Sunday until it ended in 2007.

2008-11: Acting career, Yaksha and Queen Insoo[edit]

At a press conference in 2008, Jeon stated that she will be focusing on her acting career.[citation needed] She appeared in The Scale of Providence and made a cameo appearance on episode 3 of On Air, a SBS behind-the-scenes drama of a fictional television drama.[14]

In 2010, she played the role of Jeong-yeon in OCN drama Yaksha [15] and in 2011, Hye-bin was cast in the jTBC drama Queen Insoo as Queen Jeheon.[16] Jeon is well-known for her love of fitness and exercise. She released a beauty book, Heaven's Stylish Body, in 2011 which included fitness and fashion tips.[17]

2012-present: Queen of the Office, Beating Hearts and Gunman in Joseon[edit]

In 2012, she followed up with the launch of an iPad diet app[18] and on January 23, she appeared in the 2012 Korean New Year Special of Law of the Jungle W with Kim Joo-hee, Kim Na-young, Jung Joo-ri and Hong Soo-ah.[19] On September 2, she appeared in Law of the Jungle: Madagascar with Kim Byung-man, Noh Woo-jin, Ricky Kim, Ryu Dam, Park Jung-chul and Jeong Jin-woon of 2AM.[20]

After a year hiatus from television, Jeon was cast in the KBS2 drama Queen of the Office with Kim Hye-soo, Oh Ji-ho, Jung Yu-mi, Lee Hee-joon and Jo Kwon in 2013. Her character, Geum Bit-na, is a co-worker and ex-girlfriend of Jang Gyu-jik.[21] On October 2013, Jeon is part of the cast for 'Beating Hearts', a reality show with a group of celebrities training to become firefighters.[22][23] On the 100th episode of Law of the Jungle: Borneo, she appeared as a guest with Hwang Kwang-hee of ZE:A, Choo Sung-hoon and Oh Jong-hyuk.[24][25] On 23 April 2014, she was cast for the role of Choi Hye-won in KBS2 drama Gunman in Joseon.[26][27]

Other ventures[edit]

In 2006, she was CEO and model of ByHeaven (Korean: 바이헤븐), an online shopping mall. In October 2011, she participated in the Nike: We Run Seoul 10k.[28] On January 17, 2014, ByHeaven limited sales to offline because of personal circumstances and on January 24, all sales stopped.

Philanthropy[edit]

In 2005, Hye-bin was ambassador of the Make-A-Wish Foundation in South Korea. On 29 October 2012, she donated the proceeds from her personally designed hair dryer to Make-A-Wish (Korea).[29][30]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Album Information Track Listing
In My Fantasy[31]
  1. Bin-Go
  2. 2AM
  3. Why
  4. 반지
  5. 달을 삼킨 밤
  6. Mr. Crazy
  7. Pinky
  8. See Ya Later
  9. Back Of Mind
  10. Club
  11. 2AM (MR)

Single albums[edit]

Album Information Track Listing
Love Somebody[32]
  1. Love Somebody
  2. 입술
  3. Love Somebody (Instrumental)
  4. 입술 (Instrumental)

Filmography[edit]

TV dramas[edit]

Year Title Network Role Notes
2003 Nonstop 3 MBC Herself -
2003 Sang Doo! Let's Go To School KBS Yoon Hee-seo -
2005 Banjun Drama SBS - Episodes: 41, 54, 57 & 59 - 68
2005 Only You SBS Cha Soo-jae -
2007 Witch Yoo Hee SBS Nam Seung-mi -
2007 The King and I (TV series) SBS Seol-young -
2008 The Scale of Providence SBS Noh Se-ra -
2008 On Air SBS Herself
2009 He Who Can't Marry KBS Hwa-ran -
2009 Hometown Legends: Fox with Nine Tails KBS2 So-ho -
2010 Drama Special: The Angel of Death Comes With Purple High Heels KBS2 Lee Ji-yeon -
2010 Yaksha OCN Jeong Yeon -
2011 My Love By My Side SBS Jo Yoon-jeong -
2011 Queen Insoo jTBC Queen Lady Yoon -
2013 Queen of the Office KBS Geum Bit-na -
2014 Drama Special: Taste of Curry KBS Yoo-mi -
2014 Gunman in Joseon KBS2 Choi Hye-won -

Variety shows[edit]

Year Title Network Role Notes
2012 Law of the Jungle W SBS Herself 2012 Seollal Special
2012 Law of the Jungle: Madagascar SBS Herself -
2014 Law of the Jungle: Borneo SBS Herself
  • Guest
  • Special 100th Episode
2014 Beating Hearts SBS Herself -

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Award Nominations
2004 Dead Friend Eun-seo -
2005 Wet Dreams 2 Park Soo-yeon -

Musicals[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Singles - -

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist Notes
2005 "Flip Reverse" Jang Woo-hyuk -
2006 "Living a Day in Winter" Brian Joo -
2008 "Thorn Fish" MC The Max -
2009 "Do You Know" Someday
2012 "I Want To Live With Her" UV Featuring Yoon Do-hyun

Modeling[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • 2011 Korea Drama Awards: Cable TV (Yaksha, OCN)[37]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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