Un Jin Moon
|Un Jin Moon|
|Born||1967 (age 49–50)|
|Known for||Daughter of Unification Church leader Sun Myung Moon|
|Revised Romanization||Mun Eunjin|
Un Jin Moon (born 1967) is a Korean American equestrian and a daughter of Unification Church leader Sun Myung Moon. She was chosen by the Korean Athletic Committee to participate in the equestrian competition of the Asian Games.
Moon's first marriage to Jun Heon Park was arranged by her parents and resulted in two children. She left the marriage and moved to Virginia. She sought custody of her children. Moon's interest in horses led her father to build her a $10 million riding facility. In 1998, she remarried, to Rodney Jenkins, Hall of Fame Grand Prix Show Jumper and one of the greatest hunter jumper riders in history who, in retirement, is a successful thoroughbred racehorse trainer in Maryland.
- Mike Wallace (September 20, 1998). Unification Church. 60 Minutes.
- Bo Hi Pak (1999). Truth is My Sword: Collected speeches in the public arena. Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity, ISBN 9780910621922.
- Johnson, Richard (July 10, 1998) The Dark Side of the Moon Family. New York Post.
- Tresinowski, Alex (September 28, 1998). Do As I Preach, and Not As I Do. Time.
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