Ko Joo-yeon

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Ko Joo-yeon
Ko Joo-Yeon.jpg
Born (1994-02-22) February 22, 1994 (age 23)
South Korea
Education Konkuk University
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present
Korean name
Hangul 고주연
Hanja 高珠姸
Revised Romanization Go Ju-yeon
McCune–Reischauer Ko Chu-yŏn

Ko Joo-yeon (born February 22, 1994) is a South Korean actress who has gained attention in the Korean film industry for her roles in Blue Swallow (2005) and The Fox Family (2006).[1] In 2007 she appeared in the horror film Epitaph as Asako, a young girl suffering from overbearing nightmares and aphasia, becoming so immersed in the role that she had to deal with sudden nosebleeds while on set.[1] Kyu Hyun Kim of Koreanfilm.org highlighted her performance in the film, saying, "[The cast's] acting thunder is stolen by the ridiculously pretty Ko Joo-yeon, another Korean child actress who we dearly hope continues her film career."[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2001 My Wife Is a Gangster young Yu-jin
2003 Crazy Assassins Dal-rae
2005 Hello Brother
Blue Swallow young Park Kyung-won
2006 The Fox Family youngest daughter
2007 Epitaph Asako
2010 Wedding Dress Jin-ah's friend
Vegetarian young Ji-hye
The Recipe girl
2011 Officer of the Year Soo-yeon
My Way teenage Eun-soo

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2001 Hong Guk-yeong MBC
2006 Seoul 1945 young Kim Hae-kyung KBS2
The Snow Queen young Kim Bo-ra KBS2
2007 Devil young Seo Hae-in KBS2
2010 Master of Study Lee Ye-ji KBS2
2011 I Trusted Him Lee Eun-kyung MBC
2012 Jeon Woo-chi Deposed queen Lady Kim KBS2
2013 The Prime Minister and I Roo-ri KBS2

Music video[edit]

Year Song title Artist
2011 "0330" U-KISS

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2006 KBS Drama Awards Best Young Actress Seoul 1945 Nominated
2007 6th Korean Film Awards Best New Actress Epitaph Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Epitaph press kit". Studio 2.0. Retrieved on December 7, 2008.
  2. ^ Kim, Kyu Hyun. "Epitaph". Koreanfilm.org. Retrieved on December 7, 2008.

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