Yoon Joo-hee

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Yoon Joo-hee
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Born (1985-02-21) February 21, 1985 (age 36)
Alma mater Kongju Communication Arts College
Occupation Actress
Years active2004-present
AgentPi Entertainment
Korean name
Hangul
윤주희
Revised Romanization Yun Ju-hui
McCune–Reischauer Yun Chu-hŭi

Yoon Joo-hee (born February 21, 1985) is a South Korean actress. She is best known for starring in the multi-season medical/crime procedural cable TV series Quiz of God . [1] [2] [3] [4]

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Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleRef.
2004 Someone Special Flight attendant
2007 Never Forever Jihah's girlfriend
2008April AgainJi-soo
Life Is Cool Joo-hee
2009 The Sword with No Name Kan-taek woman
2010The 8 SentimentsEun-joo
2011 Marrying the Mafia 4: Unstoppable Family Airline employee
2014TattooistJo Soo-na [5]

Television series

YearTitleNetworkRoleNotesRef.
2007 H.I.T MBC Nurse
Likeable or Not KBS1 Seo Joo-kyung
First Wives' Club SBS Bang Hae-ja
2008AquariusSBSLee Shin-young
Hwansang Gidam MBC Every 1 Yoon-mi
Hometown of Legends
"Gisaeng House Ghost Story"
KBS2 So-wol
2009 Creating Destiny MBCJung Seo-yeon
Three Brothers KBS2Lee Tae-baek
2010 The Slave Hunters KBS2Jakeun Jumo ("young hostess")
Would We Love? Super Action Yoo-jin
Drama Special
"Our Slightly Risque Relationship"
KBS2
I Am Legend SBSJeon Jae-hee
Quiz of God - Season 1 OCN Kang Kyung-hee
Sunday Drama Theater
"Jo Eun-ji's Family"
MBCHee-sun
2011 Quiz of God - Season 2 OCNKang Kyung-hee
Ojakgyo Family KBS2Sung Ye-jin
Bolder by the Day MBN Lee Eun-byul
2012 Dr. Jin MBCGye-hyangGuest
Quiz of God - Season 3 OCNKang Kyung-heeCameo (Episode 12)
The Great Seer SBSLady Kang, wife of Yi Seong-gye
2013 Iris II: New Generation KBS2Lee Soo-jin
Wonderful Mama SBSKim Nan-hee
One Warm Word SBSYoon Sun-ah
2014Love in Memory 2: Dad's Notes Daum StoryballJi-eunMobile Drama [6]
Quiz of God - Season 4 OCNKang Kyung-hee
Angel Eyes SBSHan Yoo-riCameo
Run, Jang-mi SBSKang Min-joo
2015 D-Day JTBC Park Ji-na
2016 The Flower in Prison MBCLee So-jeong
2017 Whisper SBSHwang Bo-yeon
2018 Risky Romance MBCJoo Se-ra [7]
Return SBSPark Jin-joo
Quiz of God - Season 5: Reboot OCNKang Kyung-hee [8]
2019 The Fiery Priest SBSBae Hee-jung
I Wanna Hear Your Song KBS2Yoon Mi-rae
2020–2021 The Penthouse: War in Life SBSGo Sang-ah

Music video appearances

YearTitleArtist
2006"I'm in Tears"Bubble Sisters
"Eraser"Soul Star
2007"Three People" Lee Ki-chan
2009"My Ugly Love"Voice One
2010"Crazy Day" Chae Dong-ha
2011"Waiting"QJ

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