Oh Ji-eun

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Oh Ji-eun
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Oh Ji-eun in The Golden Garden press conference (2019)
Born (1981-12-30) December 30, 1981 (age 40)
Education Hanyang University - Theater and Film
Occupation Actress
Years active2003-present
Agent Family Actors Entertainment
Korean name
Revised Romanization O Ji-eun
McCune–Reischauer O Chiŭn

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 , [1] the sitcom Living Among the Rich , the entertainment industry satire The King of Dramas , [2] [3] [4] 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. ""




2003Actor Oh Mi-soon연극인 오미순 Short film
Dream Short film
Hojeopmong호접몽 Short film
2004GET&LOST Short film
2005August8월 Short film
Travel여행 Short film
Whistle호루라기 Short film
2007The Worst Guy Ever내 생애 최악의 남자advertising company copywriterSupporting role
Twins쌍둥이들Na-young Short film
2008 My Dear Enemy 멋진하루Se-miSupporting role
Go Go 70s 고고70fighting prostitute Bit part
Truly, Madly, Deeply진실한 병한씨Mi-young Short film
2009Members of the Funeral장례식의 멤버young Jeong-heeSupporting role
Possessed 불신지옥Jeong-miSupporting role
House Family하우스 패밀리daughter Short film
2010Parallel Life평행이론Nam Ka-heeSupporting role


2006 Bad Family 불량 가족 SBS Bit part
2007-2008 Yi San 이산 Damo Yeo-jin MBC Supporting role
2009Again, My Love미워도 다시 한 번Choi Yoon-hee KBS2 Supporting role
2009-2010 Three Brothers 수상한 삼형제Ju Eo-young KBS2 Supporting role
2010-2011 Smile Again 웃어라 동해야Lee Bong-yi KBS1 Lead role
2011재능나눔 프로젝트 DREAMHerself tvN Talent-reality show
2011-2012 Gwanggaeto, The Great Conqueror 광개토태왕Do-young KBS1 Main cast
Living Among the Rich 청담동 살아요Oh Ji-eun jTBC Main cast
2012-2013 The King of Dramas 드라마의 제왕Sung Min-ah SBS Main cast
2013 Law of the Jungle in Himalayas 정글의 법칙Herself SBS Survival-reality show
2014 Cheo Yong 귀신보는 형사, 처용Ha Sun-woo OCN Lead role
Make Your Wish 소원을 말해봐Han So-won MBC Lead role
2016 Blow Breeze 불어라 미풍아Park Shin-ae/Kang Mi-jung MBC Lead role (First antagonist role)
Left the drama on October 4, 2016 due to ankle injury [5]
2017 Unknown Woman 이름 없는 여자Son Yeo-ri KBS2 Lead role
2019 The Golden Garden 황금정원Sabina / Eun Dong-jooMBCLead role (Second antagonist role)

Music video

2007 Big Mama "Betrayal"배반Co-starring Ha Jung-woo
2013 Davichi "Because I Miss You More Today"오늘따라 보고싶어서 그래

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryNominated workResult
2007 Mise-en-scène Short Film Festival Special Jury AwardTwinsWon
Korea Youth Film FestivalBest ActressTwinsWon
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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