Yoon Eun-hye

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Yoon Eun-hye
Yoon Eun-Hye (2).jpg
Cartier Promote Photo shoot in 2013
Born (1984-10-03) October 3, 1984 (age 32)
Seoul, South Korea
Alma mater Kyung Hee Cyber University
Years active 1998–2005 (group)
2005–present (solo)
Agent J Army entertainment
Height 1.68
Korean name
Hangul 윤은혜
Revised Romanization Yun Eun-hye
McCune–Reischauer Yun Ŭnhye

Yoon Eun-hye' (Korean: 윤은혜; born October 3, 1984) is a South Korean actress, director, singer, entertainer and model. She debuted as a member of girl group Baby Vox, staying with the group from 1999 to 2005. Yoon has since moved on to acting and is best known for starring in the television dramas Princess Hours (2006), The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince (2007), My Fair Lady (2009), Missing You (2012), and Marry Him If You Dare (2013).


1999 - 2005: Debut with Baby V.O.X[edit]

Yoon Eun-hye debuted as a member of Baby V.O.X at the age of 15, replacing an ex-member (Lee Gai) in 1999. Yoon was the sub-vocal in the group.[2]

After she joined, the group released their third album Come Come Come in 1999. This album became their first major success, with their singles “Get Up” and “Killer” reaching the number one spot on the Korean music charts.[3] In the same year, Yoon became a target of anti-fans. She was shot in the eye by an anti-fan who tried to make her blind with a mixture of soy sauce and vinegar using a water gun. She was rushed to the hospital where the doctors confirmed that her cornea was damaged.[4]

Yoon was also a frequent guest on SBS's popular game show X-Man from 2004-2005, gaining popularity for her "girl-warrior" image on the show and her love-line with Kim Jong-kook.

Following fellow member Shim Eun-jin, Yoon ended her 6 years activities as a member of Baby V.O.X in July 2005 when her contract with DR Entertainment expired.[5]

2006: Princess Hours and breakthrough success[edit]

In 2005, Yoon signed on with a new management company, Eight Peak, when she was offered her first major acting role in romantic comedy Princess Hours. Yoon played the lead role as Shin Chae-kyung who becomes the crown princess because of an arranged marriage to the crown prince.[6] Initially, fans of the Goong manhwa questioned her acting ability, and sent out petitions against Yoon as the lead role, requesting her to be replaced. They even bombarded her Cyworld minihompy with harsh words.[7] Yoon had thoughts of giving up the role initially but she released a statement not long after stating that she would ultimately do her best, displaying her determination to prove herself.[8][9]

The drama series debuted with average ratings, but as it progressed, viewership increased to 28.3% nationally. The popularity of the drama led to an extension of additional episodes (from 20 to 24 episodes) and a "Special 1.5" episode on MBC. Princess Hours also became a hit across Asia, catapulting Yoon into Korean Wave stardom.[10]

Following the success of her first drama, Yoon then made her debut on the big screen, starring in the film The Legend of Seven Cutter as a boxer. She returned to television with a leading role in The Vineyard Man which was aired on KBS in July 2006. The Vineyard Man initially suffered low ratings, but the heart-warming storyline and Yoon’s convincing portrayal as a thriving young clothing designer gradually won the hearts of audiences.[11] Yoon's performance in The Vineyard Man won her not only Best New Actress in the 2006 KBS Drama Awards, but also Best Actress recognition at the 2006 Grimae Awards, an honourable award chosen by directors in every broadcasting station in Korea.[12]

2007 - 2009: Continued success with Coffee Prince and acting recognition[edit]

In 2007, Yoon took on the leading role in MBC's drama The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince. She played Go Eun-chan, an employee at a coffee shop who was mistaken for a boy by her employer (played by Gong Yoo) because of her short haircut and tomboyish manners.[13] The drama achieved a peak viewership rating of 32.1% in Seoul and 29.9% nationwide, making it the highest rated show in its timeslot.[14]

The huge success of Coffee Prince made Yoon one of the highest paid actress in Korea, with MBC paying her 20 million won per episode for the drama.[15][16] Yoon became the youngest actress to join South Korea's A-listed stars, the 20 million won club, which includes top actors such as Bae Yong-joon, Kwon Sang-woo, Go Hyun-jung, and Song Il-gook.[17] Yoon's successful performance in Coffee Prince also won her several acting accolades. From 19–27 November 2007, StarNews carried out their own 2007 Acting Awards, evaluating television series' performance from all three major broadcasting stations. A total 17 chief producers (5 from KBS, 7 from MBC and 5 from SBS) participated in nominating and selecting the winners, and Yoon was named Outstanding Actress.[18] At the 44th Baeksang Arts Awards, Yoon beat out veteran actresses Kim Hee-ae and Park Jin-hee to win the coveted Best Actress award, becoming the youngest actress ever to win the award.[19][20] Prior to this, Yoon also set the record by being the youngest actress ever to win Best Actress Award at the Grimae Awards and Top Excellence Actress Award at the 2007 MBC Drama Awards.[21][22]

The success of Coffee Prince earned Yoon a fan base not only in Korea, but also launched her into pan-Asia stardom as a Hallyu star.[23] Riding the big success of Coffee Prince and Goong, Yoon was crowned as “Drama Ratings Queen” by the media and netizens.[24] Yoon’s growing popularity resulted in many companies requesting her endorsement. Consequently, Yoon was labelled as the "CF Queen" in South Korea.[25][26]

During filming of Coffee Prince, Yoon suffered severe headache and had to be hospitalized.[27] Yoon was later diagnosed with pernicious anemia.[28]

After three years of absence from the K-pop scene, Yoon returned to her music roots in February, lending her vocals to the hip hop group, Mighty Mouth.[29] The collaboration single, titled "Saranghae" ("사랑해", I Love You), received a lot of positive attention, and topped various charts in South Korea.[30]

In April 2008, Premiere Elle published a list of the "Top 100 Most Powerful and Influential People in The Korean Entertainment Industry", where Yoon was ranked 44th. Yoon was one of the only five actors (following Bae Yong-joon, Rain, Jeon Do-yeon and Song Kang-ho) ranked among the top 50, which was composed mainly of film directors and writers, CEOs or presidents of media stations and entertainment companies.[31][32]

In September 2008, Yoon set up her own independent management company, The House Company after her contract with Kraze Entertainment expired. She led the founding of the company on her own, taking care of all the details from planning the company, designing of company logo to the interior of the company. Even though this is a “1-person corporation”, Yoon has plans to groom new talents.[33]

2009: Return to the small screen with My Fair Lady[edit]

Yoon made her comeback to the small screen after 2 years of hiatus with KBS drama, My Fair Lady. She plays Kang Hye-na, an arrogant, strong-headed heiress of a rich business family. The drama was well-received and topped the viewership ratings.[34] Nonetheless, Yoon was harshly criticized for her acting, whHer pronunciation, in particular, was the topic of netizens’ concerns, which they felt hindered her from successfully portraying her character.

As the drama progressed, Yoon started to gain more favourable appraisals.[35] During the wrap party for the drama, the director of the KBS Drama Department spoke highly about the drama, stating that KBS was pleased with the drama's performance.[36] To show her appreciation for everyone on the production team, Yoon bought 112 pairs of Puma sneakers for the entire crew as a parting gift.[37]

2010: Music career and Baby V.O.X reunion[edit]

In February, Yoon collaborated with 2PM on a 12 minutes long-form "music drama" commercial titled Temptation for Cass Beer. They also released a digitall single titled "Tik Tok" which topped the charts. Because of the single's success in addition to her previous guest appearance on Mighty Mouth's "Saranghae", Yoon was nicknamed the "Lucky Magician" by the media.[38]

In May 2010, The House Company introduced its first groomed artist, Do.U. Yoon was also secretly involved in the production of the mini album entitled Do You Know Me?, lending her vocals on two of the album tracks, including [39] "Gomdoli" (Little Bear) which was featured in the official soundtrack of Personal Taste.[40]

On 22 August, Yoon together with her former Baby V.O.X members performed on stage for the first time in 6 years since the group's disbandment in 2004. The original five members of group made a special appearance on SBS Kim Jung Eun's Chocolate where they sang a medley of their previously-released hit songs. Yoon got emotional during the recording, expressing her gratitude towards her fellow members for their enduring support and understanding after she goes solo as an actress.[41] The emotional reunion on stage garnered much attention among the music fans, being one of the most searched topics on Nate.[42] Yoon later helped designed the jacket cover and directed the styling concept for former Baby V.O.X teammate Kan Mi Youn’s First Mini Album: Watch. She was praised for her fashion sense and art directions on Kan’s drastic style makeover.[43]

2010 - 2012: Acting endeavours[edit]

It was announced on June 28, 2010, that Yoon would be starring in Love Song, a drama remake of the 1996 Hong Kong film Comrades: Almost a Love Story. In the drama, Yoon will portray Yu Chae-hwa, a woman who moves from China to live in Korea. Yoon explained her decision to star by stating that the script accurately portrayed the feelings in the original film and hopes that it will become a big present not only for Koreans, but for all the fans in Asia.[44]

According to the production team, Yoon’s success in her previous dramas throughout various Asian markets caused a stampede for the purchase of broadcasting rights for the drama since her involvement was officially announced. Companies in 11 Asian countries negotiated for the rights to broadcast Love Song. Outside of Asia, there was also demand in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East, in particular the Warner Bros in United States.[45] On 30 June, the sudden passing of late Park Yong-ha led the production to a hiatus. Despite the infinite halt in the production, Yoon maintained her loyalty towards the project even when her contract with the production company had expired. For that matter, Yoon is being praised by the Korean entertainment industry for being a “Loyal Lady”.[46] It was announced on 23 February 2011 that the production of Love Song has been cancelled as the production team was unable to find a replacement for the male lead.[47]

In November, Korea's advertisement industry published scientific methods of forecasting the ratings and deciding on which dramas to invest. It was revealed that Yoon came in first place as the most important actor for the ratings and advertisement industry.[48]

Yoon returned to the big screen after 5 years with the movie titled My Black Mini Dress, based on the same titled chick lit novel by Kim Min-seo.[49] Yoon plays the main character Yoo Min who is 2% lacking in appearance, financial means and men. The movie which deals with 4 "Generation 88" girls who ran into the wall of reality after graduation became a hot topic even before opening in theaters, being the number one searched word on various internet portals. Little Black Dress premiered on 24 March and placed 2nd at the box office chart.[50] It attracted over 200,000 viewers within 6 days of its opening.[51]

On 7 April 2011, SBS announced Yoon's return to the small screen after 2 years with romantic drama Lie To Me. Yoon plays Go Ah-jung, a bubbly, most off-the-wall but determined and honest 5th level government official of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, who becomes caught in a swirling scandal with a scion of an elite family after a ridiculous lie. The drama began airing on 19 August and ran till 8 October.[52] This was followed up seventeen months later with a leading role in MBC's melo-thriller Missing You[53] alongside Park Yoo-chun and Yoo Seung-ho.[54][55][56][57][58][59][60][61]

2012 - Present: Directorial debut and ventures in the Chinese Market[edit]

In 2012, Yoon made her directorial debut with the short film The Knitting, which was her first assignment as a graduate student at Chung-Ang University. The film was screened at the 17th Busan International Film Festival and competed in the Korean Short Film Competition.[62] In November, it was also screened at the 38th Seoul Independent Film Festival as one of the five short films in the "New Choice" category.[63]

The following year, Yoon stars in KBS drama Marry Him If You Dare alongside Jung Yong-hwa and Lee Dong-gun, playing a 32 year old call center agent who travels back in time to change her future. In May 2014, Yoon announced that she will join Ha Ji-won and Ha Jung-woo in Chronicle of a Blood Merchant, directed by Ha Jung-woo himself. The film aired on 15 January 2015.

In November 2014, Yoon began filming with Park Shi-hoo for Chinese-South Korean film After Love [64][65] She then joined season 2 of Goddess Fashion, a Chinese fashion design survival program where the participants have to show off their own created designs to the judges. On August 29, 2015, Yoon was awarded #1 in an evaluation.

Personal life[edit]

Conflicts with management[edit]

In July 2007, conflicts with Yoon’s management Eight Peaks surfaced; eventually Yoon filed a Certification Of Contents (COC) to cancel her contractual agreement with the company.[66] In August, Yoon filed a second COC; when asked to reveal the information behind the second COC, Yoon's counsel stated:

“If Eight Peaks refused to cancel the contract then they will not hesitate to file a lawsuit, suing them for their refusal.” [67]

The contents of the first COC stated that in January 2007 Yoon was confirmed to star in the drama Que Sera Sera and had even completed the script reading and rehearsal for the upcoming shoot. However, the company forced Yoon to withdraw in order for Yoon to star in a company-produced drama. After her withdrawal, Yoon took a two-day vacation to Gangwon-do in March. Eight Peaks claimed that they had no knowledge of this so-called incident and spread a rumour of Yoon's irresponsibility online which damaged her reputation.[68] Yoon's manager, Park Geun-Soo stated:

“The second COC includes evidence to support the disagreeable actions made by Eight Peaks. These actions included the improper handling and distribution/division of earnings and proceeds as well as the unilateral (one-sided) manner of making and carrying out decisions which caused immense problems” [69]

Yoon and Eight Peaks finally came to a mutual agreement through careful negotiations and settled their disputes amicably. With her contract dispute resolved, Yoon signed on with Kraze Entertainment as her new management company in September. This placed her in a positive environment where her activities as an actress was Kraze Entertainment's focal point of attention.[70]


Following Yoon's win on the Chinese fashion program, Goddess Fashion, in which she presented a white coat with collars and a unique fringe on the sleeves to give a feeling of wings following the film theme of Chronicles of Narnia, Yoon was accused of plagiarism by Korean fashion designer Yoon Choon Ho. The designer accused Yoon Eun Hye of ripping off his design after being made aware of her piece on the show, and posted a comparison of his creation versus Yoon Eun Hye’s creation, stating that he and his team had worked hard on the F/W (Fall/Winter) line, which this piece comes from. Yoon Choon Ho additionally revealed that he had heard Yoo Eun Hye and her stylist had picked up a sponsorship outfit just days ago.[71]

Yoon Eun Hye responded to the allegations, stating that they are simply untrue.[72]



Year Title Role Network Notes
2006 Princess Hours Shin Chae-gyung MBC
The Vineyard Man Lee Ji-hyun KBS
2007 Coffee Prince Go Eun-chan MBC
2009 My Fair Lady Kang Hye-na KBS
2010 Personal Taste Yoon Eun-soo MBC Cameo appearance (Ep 8)
2011 Lie To Me Gong Ah-jung SBS
2012 Road for Hope Herself KBS Cameo appearance
2012-2013 Missing You Lee Soo-yeon / Zoe MBC
2013 Marry Him If You Dare Na Mi-rae KBS2
2017 Prince Coffee (chinese version) Herself Cameo appearance



Year Title Role
2002 Emergency 19 Singer of Vegiemeal with Baby V.O.X (cameo)
2006 The Legend of Seven Cutter Han Min-joo
2011 My Black Mini Dress Lee Yoo-min
2015 Chronicle of a Blood Merchant Im Boon-bang (cameo)
2016 After Love Yin Hong


Year Title Notes
2012 The Knitting Short film


Year Title
2005 SBS, 혼자가아니야 Ep.13
KBS, Princess Vs The Frog King
NetTV, Modern Cinderella Story
2004 KBS, Bang Bang
2003 SBS, Let’s Go Ep.155
MBC, Nonstop 4 Ep.19
2002 MBC, New NonStop 2 Ep.451
2001 MBC, New Nonstop 2 Ep.231

Music video[edit]

Year Song Artist
2006 "Saying I Love You" Kim Jong-kook
"Bubi Bubi" Banana Girl
2010 "Tik Tok" 2PM


Year Stage Event
2007 2007 MBC Music Festival
2006 24th MBC Nursery Rhymes Creation Festival
Kyung Hee University Music Festival
2005 Ceremony of Foreign Workforce
2005 MBC Music Festival
2004 2004 Olympic Games Program
2003–2004 KMTV Music Show Tank
2002 SHOW MTV Style (as VJ)


For Yoon's works with Baby V.O.X, see Baby V.O.X.

Digital/commercial singles[edit]

Year Track Album
2008 Salad Song, Yoon Eun Hye feat. Lee Dong-gun Samsung Ziple commercial film
사랑해(I Love You), Mighty Mouth feat. Yoon Eun Hye 사랑해 Digital Single by Mighty Mouth
2009 Ziple ‘Asak’ Samsung Ziple commercial film
Romance, Yoon Eun Hye & Yoon Sang Hyun My Fair Lady OST
Dash Girl My Fair Lady OST and Edna A. Castro
2010 AM 5:00 Do.U Production Crew (Outro) [Do.U] Know Me
Tic Tok, 2PM feat. Yoon Eun Hye Tic Toc Digital Single by 2PM
2011 Love Is Blind My Black Mini Dress OST
My Black Mini Dress Yoon Eun-hye, Park Han-byul, Cha Ye Ryun & Yoo In-na My Black Mini Dress OST

Awards and nominations[edit]

For Yoon's awards with Baby V.O.X, see Baby V.O.X.

All Awards listed below are referenced from The House Company & Naver[73][74]

Year Award Category Work Result
2006 MBC Drama Awards Best New Actress Goong Won
42nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress Nominated
19th Grimae Awards Best Actress The Vineyard Man Won
KBS Drama Awards Best New Actress Won
Best Couple Award with Oh Man-seok Won
2007 MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince Won
Star News Chief Producer's Choice Acting Awards Outstanding Actress Award Won
2008 44th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress in TV Won
48th Monte Carlo Television Festival Best Actress Nominated
2009 KBS Drama Awards Popularity Award My Fair Lady Won
Best Couple Award with Yoon Sang-hyun Won
Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Nominated
2011 SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Lie To Me Nominated
2012 44th Baeksang Arts Awards Popularity Award, TV Nominated
MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Missing You Nominated
Popularity Award Won
Hallyu Star of the Year
2013 1st DramaFever Awards Best Actress Won
45th Baeksang Arts Awards Popularity Award, TV Nominated
Hallyu 10th Anniversary Grand Prizes Grand Prix, Best Actress Won
KBS Drama Awards Best Couple Award with Lee Dong-gun Marry Him If You Dare Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress Nominated
2016 18th Huading Awards Global Best Drama Actress Won


Yoon is one of the most in-demand celebrity endorsers in South Korea at the height of her career, having endorsed many notable brands.

In 2007, Yoon received a personal invitation from Italian fashion house Blufin to attend the Blumarine Spring 2008 Ready-to-Wear Collection fashion show in Milan on 25 September.[75] Anna Molinari even personally presented Yoon with a piece of dress as a gift.[76]

In October 2007, Yoon was invited to the Chanel Contemporary Art Project – Mobile Art in New York City, where she stood shoulder-to-shoulder with many of the world’s supermodels and Hollywood stars. Yoon was the only representative from Asia invited to the event.[77]

In 2009, Yoon collaborated with Korean fashion house JOINUS to design a series of clothes named Yoon Eun-Hye for JOINUS. Yoon was involved in the designing process for every season until the end of 2009, and the clothes were sold as part of JOINUS catalogue.[78]

On 30 April 2009, Yoon was named 2009's Best Jewelry Lady. This award was recommended by representatives from top brands, as well as famous designers and professionals in the jewelry industry. Yoon was awarded a plaque and a set of jewelry designed and dedicated especially to her.[79][80]

Concurrently, Swarovski took a deep interest in Yoon and chose her as the actress best suited for the jewelry brand. Nathalie Colin, Swarovski's Creative Director, personally designed the "Swarovski Nirvanna Yoon Eun Hye Ring" and presented the ring to the actress as a gift. On 21 July, Yoon graced the Daniel Swarovski 20th Anniversary event where she was presented the ring personally by Colin. Yoon is the first Asian star to have the honour of owning her personal Swarovski ring.[81]

In 2010, Yoon was chosen as the representative of Cartier to film a travel log for the newest summer series of “La Besace Marcello de Cartier” along with the German fashion editor of Style Proofed Pia Sundermann, Brazilian Supermodel Fernanda Motta and French painter Ara Starck. Prior to this, Yoon modelled for Cartier’s "All About Trinity" jewelry line;[82] she was then subsequently invited in April to visit Cartier’s flagship store and workshop in Paris, in which she received royal treatment.[83]

Charity works and Goodwill Ambassador[edit]

In January 2010, Yoon kicked off her first charity project by working with visually impaired children to create a unique line of hand painted bags. This special project was sponsored by ELBON, a chic boutique that carries branded goods, to whom Yoon was the brand ambassador. These bags were displayed in the store on ELBON opening day, to create public awareness about the visually impaired children.[84]

In February 2010, Yoon became a goodwill ambassador for the "Pink Wings Campaign" by Vogue Girl Korea. This charity campaign was designed to help female teens that are head of their household, where profits from the sales will go towards scholarships and spending for these teens in need.[85]

In March, Yoon Eun Hye and Kim Hyun-joong of K-pop group SS501 collaborated in Basic House's "Never Alone Campaign" for UNICEF to help African children. Proceeds from the sale of the “Never Alone” T-shirts were dedicated to the needy in Africa.

Yoon is also the ambassador for another charity campaign titled, "Hope Angel", a fundraising program for children suffering from incurable diseases. Yoon’s goal was to raise 10 million won and get 500 signatures from netizens to encourage these children not to lose hope. This charity program powered by the Make-A-Wish Foundation kicked off on March 2, and attracted overwhelming responses from netizens. Yoon achieved 82% of the 500 required signatures within 2 hours, with the target reached later on the same day.[86] On May 1, the goal of raising 10 million won was reached, ending this fund raising program within 2 months.[87]

Yoon is also actively engaged in charity works and carrying out Korean cultural promotional activities in low profile which are not published on media.[88]

Year Title Campaign Organiser
2010 Cartier Love Day Cartier for International Vaccine Institute
Pink Wings Vogue Girl Korea
Never Alone[89] Basic House for UNICEF
’Hope Angel’ Charity[90] Make-A-Wish Foundation
2009 I Love the Energy, Live a Warmer Winter[91] 이데일리TV가KEPCO(한국전력공사)
Pink Ribbon Love Matron Breast Cancer Foundation
Make A Wish[92] Make-A-Wish Foundation
2008 Pink Ribbon Love Matron[93] Breast Cancer Foundation
Re-Creating Hope 2009[94] Basic House in support of Plan Korea and Plan Cambodia
아름다운 시선[95] Social Pathology of Modern Society
2007 Adopt A Baby[96] 천사들의 편지 5- 별
Wish Come True, Letters from the Angels No. 5 Make-A-Wish Foundation
2006 Information Network Village Ministry of Administration and Home Affairs
2005 Information Network Village[97] Ministry of Administration and Home Affairs
2005 Korea Drama Festival[98] Ministry of Culture and Tourism


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  50. ^ ‘윤은혜-박한별’ 티켓 파워? ‘마이 블랙 미니드레스’ 박스오피스 2위!
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  95. ^ <아름다운 시선> 캠페인 '후원'
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  97. ^ 정보화마을 홍보대사로 위촉
  98. ^ 한류 드라마 대표 얼굴 선정

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