Yoon So-yi

TV Actress

Yoon So-yi was born in South Korea on January 5th, 1985 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 39, Yoon So-yi biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 5, 1985
South Korea
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South Korea
39 years old
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Actor, Film Actor
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Dongguk University
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Yoon So-yi Life

Yoon So-yi (born Moon So-yi on January 5, 1985) is a South Korean actor.

She debuted as a print and commercial model before embarking on Ryoo Seung-wan's adventure-comedy film Arahan in 2004 and Shadowless Sword in 2005.

Yoon has appeared in many television dramas, including Goodbye Solo (2006), Glass Castle (2008), Hero (2009), and Warrior Baek Dong-soo (2011).

Personal life

In May 2017, Yoon married musical actress Jo Sung-yoon. Yoon posted a picture on Instagram on September 13, 2021, a pregnant woman who is due to give birth soon. Yoon later gave birth to her daughter in November 2021.


Yoon So-yi Career


In 2001, Yoon So-yi made her debut in Graffiti Magazine as a model. She auditioned for Arahan's action comedy after a few years of print and commercial modeling. Arahan, based on a popular South Korean comic, explored the consequences of unleashing an ancient evil spirit in a modern city, with Yoon's role as part of a little-known academy of ancient masters that prepares a naive young policeman to combat this deadly force. Yoon underwent rigorous training for six months in a film action academy, where she had to face her fear of heights. The film was a relative commercial success, with one review describing her as "tall and attractive in an admirably non-cute manner." At the 2004 Blue Dragon Film Awards, she was nominated for Best New Actress.

Yoon appeared in the television drama Say You Love Me, a dark, twisted love story involving four people. This culminated in Kim Rae-won's co-star, with whom she appeared in a series of commercials for Samsung Digital Plaza. When Kim later founded his own production company Bless Entertainment, she would also be included in his cast of characters.

Yoon was cast in Shadowless Sword, a wuxia martial arts epic set in ancient Korea, after playing Jung Joon-hoo's love in The Twins. Yoon said she was inspired by Anita Mui in The Heroic Trio and that the strong-willed female role appealed to her. She worked with wushu in Korea for three months before being given wire action by the Chinese stunt team.

She became a member of Goodbye Solo, a popular drama writer Noh Hee-kyung's ensemble cast in 2006. Despite the fact that her dramas do not attract a large number of viewers, Noh has cultivated a following for her in-depth portrayal of ordinary people, taking a more humanistic and yet emotional approach. As they reflect on human behavior and relationships, Goodbye Solo featured seven characters from various generations and backgrounds. In the 2-episode TV special Several Questions That Make Us Happy, Yoon will reprise with a majority of the same crew.

The writer Noh and veteran actor Bae Jong-ok welcomed Yoon to Join Together Society (JTS), a Seoul-based Buddhist international relief organization (Yoon herself is a Buddhist). Since then, she has been involved in JTS' charitable work, spearheading street fund drives and a variety of programs to support children in North Korea and developing countries.

Yoon, a junior high student at Dongduk Women's University, was a Sports Model major, but she had to drop out due to showbiz commitments. She later enrolled in Dongguk University as a Theatre and Film major, putting an end to her acting work to concentrate on her studies and becoming well known in the Korean press as one of the very few celebrity model students with regular attendance and high grades. Yoon graduated in 2011 after being introduced to the university of Hawaii.

Auction House's next project The auction House tried something different from the usual serialized Korean drama. Four directors and four writers appeared in one episode each week, with each director directing his own segment in his own style, crossing genres. Despite a second season focusing on plastic surgeons with a completely different cast, the episodic style was not a hit with Korean audiences.

In Glass Castle, Yoon played a former journalist struggling to adjust to life as a chaebol daughter-in-law; the story was a modest success in 2008. In 2009, she was cast as a last-minute replacement leading lady in the film's ethereal Lee Joon-gi-starrer Hero. Despite being praised for a well-acted and solid drama, Hero received low ratings. In the present day, Yoon returned to the big screen in Try to Remember, about lovers from the past whose passion transcends time and brings them together in the present day. Puchon International Film Festival (2010).

In a specially commissioned 20-minute film for the 2011 Gyeongju World Culture Expo, she was cast as Queen Seondeok. The fantasy film, titled Byeongnucheon ("The Bracelet of Blue Tears"), was designed to lead Korea's burgeoning stereoscopic film industry, combining live action sequences with 3D animated computer graphics.

The period drama Warrior Baek Dong-soo on Yoon brought in high viewership figures, leading its timeslot for three months in a row. Eugene was the romantic lead after her sister's car crash in the aftermath of her sister's death, and she immediately followed her with the Channel A cable series Color of Women, replacing Eugene as the romantic comedy lead.

Yoon co-hosted the 2012 televised magicians tournament King of Magic, which aired on television for three weeks, for her first variety MC job.

A supporting role was followed by another actress in the 2013 spy film Iris II: New Generation, in which she played a South Korean college student who defected to North Korea, volunteers in the special forces and counter-terrorism units, and then returns to North Korea as a North Korean spy. In the role of a nun who murders her sister, she appeared in the 2014 daily drama Angel's Revenge, and she then appeared in Hidden Identity, a police procedural.

Yoon also signed with JS Pictures, a new management firm.


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