April 1, 1981 |
Seoul, South Korea
Theater and Film
|Revised Romanization||Bak Ye-jin|
Park Ye-jin (born April 1, 1981) is a South Korean actress.
Park Ye-jin made her acting debut in the 1999 horror film Memento Mori, then appeared in lead and supporting roles in several TV series and films, notably What Happened in Bali and Hateful But Once Again (also known as Again, My Love). But her popularity increased when she became a regular cast member of the variety show Family Outing, in which she showed a different image and earned the nickname "sweet, yet scary, Ye-jin." In 2009, Park left the show because of her hectic schedule filming the period drama Queen Seondeok and the movie Fortune Salon.
- LA Arirang (SBS, 1998)
- Double Feature (KBS, 2000)
- Four Sisters (MBC, 2001)
- That's Perfect (MBC, 2001)
- Royal Story: Jang Hui-bin (KBS1, 2002)
- Since We Met (MBC, 2002)
- Something Happened in Bali (SBS, 2004)
- Little Women (SBS, 2004)
- When a Man is in Love (SBS, 2004)
- Next (MBC, 2005)
- Thank You Life (KBS2, 2006)
- Dae Jo Yeong (KBS1, 2006)
- The Great Catsby (tvN, 2007)
- My Lady Boss, My Hero (OCN, 2008)
- Hateful But Once Again (KBS2, 2009)
- Queen Seondeok (MBC, 2009)
- My Princess (MBC, 2011)
- I Love Lee Tae-ri (tvN, 2012)
- Memento Mori (1999)
- The Rhapsody (2000)
- No Hope, No Fear (short film, 2001)
- Dig or Die (2002)
- Wet Dreams 2 (2004)
- Life is Cool (2008)
- Fortune Salon (2009)
- Head (2011)
- Mr. Idol (2011)
- An End to Killing (2013)
- X-Man (SBS, 2003) (season 1)
- Family Outing (SBS, 2008-2009)
- Running Man (SBS, 2011) (ep 37, 67-68 - guest)
- K - "Go" (2004)
- Gyeon U & Monday Kids - "headache" (2006)
- Blue - "Because of you" (2006)
- MC Mong - "I Feel Crazy" (2008)
- Jung Yup - "You are My Lady" (2008)
- Kim Jong-kook - "Don't Be Good To Me" (2010)
- Yoon Jong-shin - "Merry Christmas, Only You" (2012)
- 1999 Baeksang Arts Awards: Best New Actress (Memento Mori)
- 1999 Korean Film Critics Association Awards: Best New Actress (Memento Mori)
- 2008 SBS Entertainment Awards: Popularity Award (Family Outing)
- "Park Ye-jin 'Drama Role Far from Entertainment Image'". KBS Global. 9 February 2009.
- "All That Star: Park Ye Jin". Arirang News. Retrieved 2012-04-10.
- Kim, Jessica (24 November 2011). "Park Ye-jin to star in Korea-China-Japan martial arts pic". 10Asia.
- Lee, In-kyung (21 May 2012). "Park Ye Jin Calls Kim Ki Bum a Prodigy". enewsWorld.
- Lee, In-kyung (21 May 2012). "Park Ye Jin Opens Up about Kim Ki Bum and Yang Jinu for I ♥ Lee Taly". enewsWorld.
- Hong, Grace Danbi (22 June 2012). "I ♥ Lee Taly Kim Ki Bum and Park Ye Jin Become Lovers for InStyle". enewsWorld.
- Park, Jin-yong (25 July 2013). "Park Hee Soon and Park Ye Jin spotted dating in public". Korea Star Daily via Yahoo!.
- "KBS 특별기획 드라마 -장희빈". Retrieved 2012-05-12.