|Education||Hanyang University - Theater and Film|
|Agent||Family Actors Entertainment|
|Revised Romanization||O Ji-eun|
Oh Ji-eun (born December 30, 1981) is a South Korean actress. She is best known for her roles in the weekend drama Three Brothers , the daily drama Smile Again ,  the sitcom Living Among the Rich , the entertainment industry satire The King of Dramas ,    and the supernatural police procedural Cheo Yong . On 22 October 2017, she is officially married to a Korean American, whom she dated for over two years. ""
|2003||Actor Oh Mi-soon||연극인 오미순||Short film|
|2007||The Worst Guy Ever||내 생애 최악의 남자||advertising company copywriter||Supporting role|
|2008||My Dear Enemy||멋진하루||Se-mi||Supporting role|
|Go Go 70s||고고70||fighting prostitute||Bit part|
|Truly, Madly, Deeply||진실한 병한씨||Mi-young||Short film|
|2009||Members of the Funeral||장례식의 멤버||young Jeong-hee||Supporting role|
|House Family||하우스 패밀리||daughter||Short film|
|2010||Parallel Life||평행이론||Nam Ka-hee||Supporting role|
|2006||Bad Family||불량 가족||SBS||Bit part|
|2007-2008||Yi San||이산||Damo Yeo-jin||MBC||Supporting role|
|2009||Again, My Love||미워도 다시 한 번||Choi Yoon-hee||KBS2||Supporting role|
|2009-2010||Three Brothers||수상한 삼형제||Ju Eo-young||KBS2||Supporting role|
|2010-2011||Smile Again||웃어라 동해야||Lee Bong-yi||KBS1||Lead role|
|2011||재능나눔 프로젝트 DREAM||Herself||tvN||Talent-reality show|
|2011-2012||Gwanggaeto, The Great Conqueror||광개토태왕||Do-young||KBS1||Main cast|
|Living Among the Rich||청담동 살아요||Oh Ji-eun||jTBC||Main cast|
|2012-2013||The King of Dramas||드라마의 제왕||Sung Min-ah||SBS||Main cast|
|2013||Law of the Jungle in Himalayas||정글의 법칙||Herself||SBS||Survival-reality show|
|2014||Cheo Yong||귀신보는 형사, 처용||Ha Sun-woo||OCN||Lead role|
|Make Your Wish||소원을 말해봐||Han So-won||MBC||Lead role|
|2016||Blow Breeze||불어라 미풍아||Park Shin-ae/Kang Mi-jung||MBC||Lead role (First antagonist role)|
Left the drama on October 4, 2016 due to ankle injury 
|2017||Unknown Woman||이름 없는 여자||Son Yeo-ri||KBS2||Lead role|
|2019||The Golden Garden||황금정원||Sabina / Eun Dong-joo||MBC||Lead role (Second antagonist role)|
|2007||Big Mama||"Betrayal"||배반||Co-starring Ha Jung-woo|
|2013||Davichi||"Because I Miss You More Today"||오늘따라 보고싶어서 그래|
|2007||Mise-en-scène Short Film Festival||Special Jury Award||Twins||Won|
|Korea Youth Film Festival||Best Actress||Twins||Won|
|2009||KBS Drama Awards||Best New Actress||Three Brothers||Nominated|
|2010||KBS Drama Awards||Best New Actress||Three Brothers , Smile Again||Won|
|2011||KBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actress in a Daily Drama||Smile Again||Nominated|
|2012||SBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries||The King of Dramas||Nominated|
|2014||MBC Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama||Make a Wish||Nominated|
|2019||MBC Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actress in a Weekend/Daily Drama||The Golden Garden||Nominated|
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