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Jeong Eun-ji
Jeong on stage in August 2020
Jeong in August 2020
Born
Jeong Hye-rim

(1993-08-18) August 18, 1993 (age 29)
Haeundae, Busan, South Korea
Occupation
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • actress
  • radio DJ
  • musical actress
  • voice actress
Musical career
Genres
Instrument(s)Vocals
Years active2011–present
LabelsIST
Member ofApink
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationJeong Eun-ji
McCune–ReischauerChŏng Ŭnchi
Birth name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationJeong Hye-rim
McCune–ReischauerChŏng Hyerim

Jeong Eun-ji (born Jeong Hye-rim, on August 18, 1993), better known mononymously as Eunji, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, actress, radio DJ, musical actress, and voice actress. She is best known as a member of the South Korean girl group Apink. Jeong made her acting debut in the coming-of-age drama, Reply 1997 in 2012. She has since had roles in That Winter, the Wind Blows (2013), Trot Lovers (2014), Cheer Up! (2015), and Untouchable (2017) in addition to various voice acting roles. She released her debut solo album, Dream, in 2016.

Early life and education[edit]

Jeong Eun-ji was born as Jeong Hye-rim in Haeundae, Busan on August 18, 1993.[1][2] Her name was legally changed to Jeong Eun-ji when she was in middle school.[3] She has a younger brother named Jeong Min-ki.[4] She attended Hapdo Kindergarten, Shinjae Elementary School, Jaesong Girls' Middle School and Hyehwa Girls' High School.[5] In 2004, Jeong won the first place prize in the program Exciting Day Enjoyable Day (신나는 날 즐거운 날) hosted by the KBS network.[6] In November 2010, Jeong passed the auditions to become the main singer of Apink. She had not received any professional training prior to joining Apink, and had trained for only two months with the group.[7]

Music career[edit]

Apink[edit]

In March 2011, Jeong was revealed to be the fourth member of Apink via an online video of her covering Jennifer Hudson's "Love You I Do".[8] Jeong joined with the rest of the group to film Apink News prior to debut.[9] On April 21, 2011, Jeong made her debut as a main vocalist of Apink on Mnet's M Countdown with two songs, "Mollayo" and "Wishlist", from the debut extended play Seven Springs of Apink.

Solo works[edit]

Jeong has collaborated with various artists for OSTs and promotional songs. For the project A Cube for Season #Green, Jeong Eun-ji and fellow Cube artist Yang Yo-seob, sang the duet track "Love Day".[10] In August 2012, Jeong recorded two promotional singles, "All For You" and "Our Love Like This" with Reply 1997 co-star Seo In-guk for the drama's soundtrack.[11][12] "All For You" became one of the best-selling singles of the year on the Gaon Single Chart.[13][14]

In 2013 and 2014, Jeong collaborated with label-mate Huh Gak for duets titled "Short Hair" and "Break Up To Make Up" respectively, which were well received by listeners and ranked atop major online music charts in Korea.[15][16][17] She released her first solo single titled "Its You" for the soundtrack of Three Days.[18]

On April 18, 2016, Jeong debuted as a solo artist with the EP Dream, which consisted of 6 songs.[17] The title song "Hopefully Sky" is written by Jeong, which recounts the times she spent with her father.[19] "Hopefully Sky" topped eight local music charts,[20] and the album sold 30,000 copies upon release.[21]

In April 2017, Jeong released her second EP The Space.[22] The title track, "The Spring" and its accompanying music video was unveiled on 10 April, and debuted within the top ten spots on local music charts.[23] From 3 to 5 June 2017, Jeong held her first solo concert titled “Attic” at Ewha Womans University’s Samsung Hall.[24][25]

On October 18, 2018, Jeong released a music video for the single "Being There", from her third EP Hyehwa.[26]

On July 15, 2020, Jeong released her fourth EP Simple, along with the title track "AWay".[27]

Acting career[edit]

Jeong at the press conference for drama Cheer Up! in October 2015

Jeong made her acting debut in Reply 1997, a 1990s nostalgic dramedy which became one of the highest-rated Korean series on cable television.[28] She played the female protagonist, a hardcore H.O.T. fan who becomes a TV drama writer.[29] Jeong was complimented by critics and audiences for her comedic and emotional acting, which was impressive for a newcomer, as well as for her authentic Busan dialect.[29] The role won her several awards, including the 49th Baeksang Arts Award for Best New TV Actress.

Jeong performed in a Korean staging of the Hollywood film-turned-musical Legally Blonde, playing the lead role of Elle Woods.[30] The show ran from November 16, 2012, to March 17, 2013.[31]

Jeong was then cast in a supporting role in the 2013 melodrama That Winter, the Wind Blows.[32] For her role, she won Best Performance at the 2nd APAN Star Awards and New Star Award at the SBS Drama Awards.

In 2014, she starred in another musical, the stage adaptation of 2004 series Full House.[33] Afterwards, Jeong starred in the romantic comedy series Trot Lovers, which depicts a female singer's struggles to become successful in the old-fashioned musical genre trot.[34][35]

In 2015, Jeong starred as the female lead in KBS2 high school drama Cheer Up! playing the role of a high school student who ranks at the bottom of her class.[36][37]

In 2017, Jeong was cast in JTBC's action melodrama Untouchable which began airing on November 24.[38]

In 2018, Jeong was cast in the horror film 0.0MHz, based on the webtoon of the same name.[39]

In 2020, Jeong was cast in the musical “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812”.[40]

Discography[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays, showing selected details, selected chart positions, and sales figures
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[41]
JPN
[42]
US
World

[43]
Dream 3 13
The Space (공간)
  • Released: April 10, 2017
  • Label: Plan A Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
3 89
Hyehwa (혜화 (暳花))
  • Released: October 17, 2018
  • Label: Plan A Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
3
Simple 7
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Singles[edit]

List of singles, showing year released, selected chart positions, sales figures, and name of the album
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album
KOR
Gaon

[49]
As lead artist
"Hopefully Sky" (하늘바라기)
(featuring Hareem)
2016 1 Dream
"The Spring" (너란 봄)
(featuring Hareem)
2017 2 The Space
"Being There" (어떤가요) 2018 63 Hyehwa
"Away" 2020 108 Simple
"Meet Him Among Them" (그 중에 그대를 만나)[52] 2022 191 Kim Eana Remake Project
Collaborations
"Love Day"
(with Yang Yo-seob)
2012 8 A Cube for Season #Green
"A Year Ago" (일년전에)
(with Kim Nam-joo and Jang Hyun-seung)
2013 13 A Cube for Season #White
"Know We're Going to Break Up" (헤어질걸 알기에)
(with Huh Gak)
29 Little Giant
"Short Hair" (짧은머리)
(with Huh Gak)
1 A Cube for Season #Blue
"Break Up to Make Up" (이제 그만 싸우자)
(with Huh Gak)
2014 1 A Cube for Season #Sky-Blue
"Ocean" (바다)
(with Huh Gak)
2016 5 Plan A' First Episode
"Eyescream"
(with Hanhae)
56 Non-album singles
"Visual Gangster" (feat. MC Mong) 5 U.F.O
"Be with Me" (같이 걸어요)
(with 10cm)
2019 80 Non-album singles
"Let You Go" (이별은 늘 그렇게)
(with Huh Gak)
34

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

List of songs, showing year released, selected chart positions, sales figures, and name of the album
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album
KOR
Gaon

[61]
"All For You"
(with Seo In-guk)
2012 1 Reply 1997 OST
"Just the Way We Love" (우리 사랑 이대로)
(with Seo In-guk)
3
"One Minute Ago" (1분 전)
(Kang Ho-dong featuring Jeong Eun-ji)
2013 Barefooted Friends OST
"It's You" (그대라구요) 2014 11 Three Days OST
"A Love Before" (사랑 앞에서) 2016 79 Entertainer OST
"You're My Garden" (그대란 정원) 2017 [A] Strong Girl Bong-soon OST
"Manito" (마니또) [B] Space Audi Project
"Stay With Me" (바람 불면) 2018 [C] Suits OST
"Ppang Ppang" (빵빵)
(with Dpole, Sunwoo Jung-a, Yu Seung-woo, Yoo Jae-hwan)
2019 Sound of Music - The Birth of Music OST
"A Song For Memorize"
(with Dpole, Sunwoo Jung-a, Yu Seung-woo, Yoo Jae-hwan)
"How's Your Night" (너의 밤은 어때) 2020 41 She's My Type OST
"To Me" (혼잣말) [D] Start-Up OST Part 16
"Love Day (2021)"
(with Yang Yo-seob)
2021 4 Romance 101 OST
"A Cup of Life" (술꾼도시여자들) Work Later, Drink Now OST
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Composition credits[edit]

All song credits are adapted from the Korea Music Copyright Association's database unless stated otherwise.[68]

List of songs, showing year released, artist name, and name of the album
Title Year Artist Album Composer Lyricist Arranger
"Promise U" (새끼손가락) 2015 Apink Pink Memory Yes Yes Yes
"Hopefully Sky" (하늘바라기) 2016 Jeong Eun-ji Dream Yes Yes Yes
"Dear (Whisper)" Apink Dear Yes Yes No
"That Spring, This Autumn" (그 봄날, 이 가을) No Yes No
"First Love" (소녀의 소년) 2017 Jeong Eun-ji The Space No Yes No
"Moon of Seoul" (서울의 달) No Yes No
"Miracle" (기적 같은 이야기) 2018 Apink Miracle Yes No No
"For Hyehwa" (별 반짝이는 꽃을 위해) Jeong Eun-ji Hyehwa Yes No Yes
"Being There" (어떤가요) Yes Yes Yes
"Seasons Change" (계절이 바뀌듯) Yes Yes No
"The Box" (상자) No Yes No
"Thinking About You" (신경 쓰여요) No Yes No
"B" Yes Yes Yes
"Farewell" (김비서) Yes Yes No
"Sae-byuk" (새벽) Yes Yes No
"Be With Me" (같이 걸어요) 2019 Jeong Eun-ji with 10cm Non-album single Yes Yes Yes
"Everybody Ready?" 2020 Apink Look No Yes No
"Simple is the Best" Jeong Eun-ji Simple No Yes No
"Away" No Yes No
"Whoo" () No Yes No
"Stay" (두고 왔나 봐요) No Yes No
"Moisturising" (보습의 중요성) No Yes No
"A Slow Child" (느리게 가는 세상) Yes Yes No
"Dream" 2022 Apink Horn Yes Yes No

Videography[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Hopefully Sky" 2016 Joo Hee-sun [69]
"The Spring" 2017 Mustache Film [70]
"Being There" 2018 Lee Young-hoon (Daysdaze Production) [71]
"Away" 2020 BTS FILM [72]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2013 Saving Santa Shiny Animated, Korean dubbed [citation needed]
2017 My Pet Ozzy Carrie
2019 0.0 MHz So Hee Debut film [73]

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2012 Reply 1997 Sung Shi-won [74]
2013 That Winter, the Wind Blows Moon Hee-sun [75]
Reply 1994 Sung Shi-won Cameo (Episodes 16–17 & 21) [76]
2014 Lovers of Music Choi Choon-hee [77]
2015 Cheer Up! Kang Yeon-doo [78]
2017 Untouchable Seo Yi-ra [79]
2020 Backstreet Rookie Dae-Hyun's ex-girlfriend Cameo (Episode 1) [80]
2022 Blind Jo Eun-gi [81]

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Note Ref.
2021 Work Later, Drink Now Kang Ji-goo Season 1–2 [82][83]

Television show[edit]

Year Title Role Ref.
2017 Crime Scene 3 Cast member [84]
2019 YOLO SOLO: Jeong Eun-Ji's Sydney Sunshine Main cast [85]
2020 Friend's Song Cast member [86]
2021 Soo Mi’s Mountain Cabin [87]
2022 Women in Mountain Mountaineers [88]
The Second World Judge [89]

Radio show[edit]

Year Title Role Ref.
2019–2022 Jeong Eun-ji's Music Plaza DJ [90][91]

Hosting[edit]

Year Title Notes Ref.
2022 17th Seoul International Drama Awards with Joo Sang-wook [92]

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Ref.
2012–2013 Legally Blonde Elle Woods [93]
2014 Full House Han Ji-eun [94]
2021 Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 Natasha [95]

Concerts and tours[edit]

  • The Attic (2017)[96]
  • Hyehwa Station (2018)[97]
  • Yeoreum.I (2019)[98]
  • Online Concert : How To Live (2020)[99]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee(s) / work(s) Result Ref.
Asia Artist Awards 2021 Female Solo Singer Popularity Award Jeong Eun-ji Nominated [100]
APAN Star Awards 2012 Best OST Jeong Eun-ji (with Seo In-guk) Won [101]
Best Couple Won
Acting Award, Actress Reply 1997 Nominated
Rising Star Award Won
2013 Best Performance That Winter, the Wind Blows Won [102]
Baeksang Arts Awards 2013 Best New TV Actress Reply 1997 Won [103]
Brand of the Year Awards 2020 Radio DJ of the Year Jeong Eun-ji Won [104]
Gaon Chart Music Awards 2013 Songs of the Year – September "All For You" (with Seo In-guk) Won [105]
KBS Drama Awards 2014 Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Trot Lovers Nominated [106]
Best New Actress Nominated [107]
Popularity Award, Actress Won [108]
2015 Cheer Up! Nominated
KBS Entertainment Awards 2019 New DJ of the Year Award Jeong Eun-ji Gayo Plaza [ko] Won [109]
Korea Culture and Entertainment Awards 2014 Excellence Award, Actress in a Drama Trot Lovers Won
Korea Drama Awards 2012 Best Couple Jeong Eun-ji (with Seo In-guk) Won [110]
Korea First Brand Awards 2019 Radio DJ Jeong Eun-ji Gayo Plaza [ko] Won [111]
Korea Grand Prize Awards 2021 10 People Who Shined Korea Jeong Eun-ji Won [112]
Melon Music Awards 2012 Best OST "All For You" (with Seo In-guk) Won [113]
2014 "It's You"Three Days Nominated [114]
2016 Best Ballad Award "Hopefully Sky" Won [115]
2017 Top 10 Artists Jeong Eun-ji Nominated [116]
Folk/Blues Song "The Spring" Won [117]
2021 Top 10 Jeong Eun-ji (with Yang Yo-seob) Nominated
Netizen Popularity Award Nominated
Mnet Asian Music Awards 2012 Best OST "All For You" (with Seo In-guk) Won [118]
2014 Best Collaboration "Break Up to Make Up" (with Huh Gak) Nominated [119]
Song of the Year Nominated
2016 Artist of the Year Jeong Eun-ji Nominated [120]
Best Female Artist Nominated
Best Vocal Performance Female Solo "Hopefully Sky" Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
2017 Best Vocal Performance Female Solo "The Spring" Nominated [121]
Qoo10 Song of the Year Nominated
2021 Best OST "Love Day" (with Yang Yo-seob) Nominated [122]
Song of The Year Nominated
SBS Drama Awards 2013 Best New Actress That Winter, the Wind Blows Won [123]
SBS MTV Best of the Best 2014 Best Collaboration "Break Up to Make Up" (with Huh Gak) Won
Seoul International Youth Film Festival Best Young Actress Trot Lovers Won
Best OST by a Female Artist "It's You"Three Days Nominated
Seoul Music Awards 2021 Best OST "Love Day" (with Yang Yo-seob) Nominated [124]
Style Icon Awards 2012 Top 10 Style Icons Jeong Eun-ji (with Seo In-guk) in Reply 1997 Won [125][126]
tvN10 Awards 2016 Best Kiss Won [127]
Made in tvN, Actress in Drama Nominated [128]
Tving Awards 2021 Womance of The Year Jeong Eun-ji Won

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "You're My Garden" did not enter Gaon Digital Chart, but peaked at position 16 on component BGM Chart.[64]
  2. ^ "Manito" did not enter Gaon Digital Chart, but peaked at position 81 on component Download Chart.[65]
  3. ^ "Stay With Me" did not enter Gaon Digital Chart, but peaked at position 3 on component Download Chart.[66]
  4. ^ "To Me" did not enter Gaon Digital Chart, but peaked at position 32 on component BGM Chart.[67]

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