Eunice Yoon

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Eunice Yoon
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Residence Beijing, China
Citizenship United States
Education Brown University (B.A.)
Occupation Broadcast Journalist
Employer CNBC

Eunice Yoon is China Bureau Chief and Senior Correspondent with CNBC based in Beijing.[1] She is host of the network's feature program "Inside China" and contributes to NBC News and MSNBC. Previously, Yoon was a correspondent and anchor with CNN in Hong Kong and Beijing.


In her current role, Yoon reports on pivotal events in China such as U.S. President Donald Trump’s 2017 visit and the rise in power of President Xi Jinping.

During her career, she has covered many major news events including the disappearance of Malaysian flight MH370 and the sinking of the South Korea Sewol ferry. She was one of the first journalists to reach the Sichuan earthquake zone in 2008. Her reports on the Asian tsunami in 2004 ensured she was part of the team that won a prestigious DuPont Award. She has received numerous nominations for the Asian Television Awards and won a New York Festivals Silver Medal in 2014.

Yoon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors in political science from Brown University and graduated magna cum laude. She is an alumna of Phillips Exeter Academy.