Choi Jung-yoon’s Profile: Husband, Wedding, and TV Shows

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The Korean Actress Choi Jung-yoon

After her debut in the field of acting in 1996, Choi Jung-yoon has successfully become an actress whose acting skill is commendable. She has been nominated for many awards, such as Best Supporting Actress in 21st Blue Dragon Film Awards in 2000, Best New Actress on 43rd Baeksang Arts Awards in 2007, and Excellence Award in the category of Actress in a Daily Drama on KBS Drama Awards in 2012. In addition to nominations, Choi Jung-yoon has also won awards, namely Best Couple Award with Ryu Soo-young on KBS Drama Awards 2011 and Excellence Award in the category of Actress in a Serial Drama on SBS Drama Awards in 2014. Thus, in this article, Channel-Korea will explain all about Choi Jung-yoon buy looking at her full profile, wedding, family, her television series, films, and theater list. So, stay tuned!

Choi Jung-yoon’s Full Profile

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Real Name: Choi Jung-yoon

Date of Birth: May 9, 1977, in Seoul, South Korea

Age: 42 (Korean age) / 41 (International age)

Zodiac Sign: Taurus

Chinese Astrology: Snake

Blood Type: A

Nationality: South Korean

Height: 162 cm

Weight: 46 kg

Education: Chungang University, majored in Theater and Film and gained a Masters degree in Visual Arts

Talent Agency: Forest Entertainment

Choi Jung-yoon’s Husband, Wedding, and Children

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Choi Jung-yoon married a gentleman named Yoon Tae-jun, who is the eldest son of E-Land Group’s vice president, a former member of the old-school K-pop group Eagle Five, and is four years younger than her. Both of them held a private wedding on December 3, 2011. During their dating relationship, Choi Jung-yoon did not know that her boyfriend (now her husband) is part of the conglomerates as she viewed him as the owner of a BBQ restaurant. Five years later, Choi Jung-yoon and Yoon Tae-jun welcomed the birth of their first child and daughter on November 17, 2017.

Choi Jung-yoon’s TV Shows and Movie List

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As explained in the beginning, Choi Jung-yoon is a South Korean actress who has starred in various movies and television dramas throughout her career. Not only dramas and films, Choi Jung-yoon has also actively participated in entertainment programs and theater shows. Thus, in this section, Channel-Korea has compiled a list of television dramas, movies, variety shows, and theater shows that Choi Jung-yoon has acted and guested in.

1996: MBC- Three Guys and Three Girls (as Choi Jung-yoon)

1997: SBS- Beautiful My Lady (as the daughter of the boxing gym owner)

1997: Father (as Ji-won)

1997: SBS- Miari No. 1

1997: MBC- Love (as Sung-nan)

1998: SBS- Mister Q (as Jung Na-rae)

1999: SBS- Song of the Wind

1999: KBS1- Someone’s House / People’s House (as Kim Nam-ok)

2000: MBC- Mr. Duke (as Joo Eun-ha)

2000: KBS2- Roll of Thunder (as Sung-ok)

2000: Nightmare (as Seon-ae)

2000: Pisces (as the Thin girl)

2001: KBS2- Stock Flower (as Shin-hee)

2001: KBS2- Orient Theatre (as Moon Jung-hyun)

2002: Phone (as Min Ja-young)

2002: SBS- Honest Living / Do the Right Thing (as Noh Jung-yoon)

2003: MBC- Rooftop Room Cat / Cat on the Roof / Attic Cat (as Na Hye-ryun)

2003: The Circle (as Son Mi-hyung / San-hong)

2004: Bunshinsaba / Ouija Board (as Ho-kyung)

2004: KBS2- Forgiveness (as Jung Soo-min)

2005: MBC- MBC Best Theater: Taereung National Village (as Bang Soo-ah)

2005: Love Is a Crazy Thing

2006: MBC- Love Can’t Wait (as Seo Eun-joo)

2006: Radio Star (as Kang Seok-young)

2007: Voice of a Murderer (as Anchorwoman Ha Joo-won)

2007: tvN- Romance Hunter (as Hong Young-joo)

2007: SBS- Bad Couple (as Han Young)

2007-2008: SBS- That Woman Is Scary / A Vindictive Woman (as Baek Eun-ae)

2008: MBC- The Last Scandal of My Life (as Kim Min-hee, cameo in episode 16)

2009: SBS- Smile, You (as Seo Jung-kyung)

2009: My First Time

2009-2010: SBS- Gold Miss Is Coming

2011: I Am a Dad (as Soo-kyung)

2011: tvN- Manny (as Seo Do-young)

2011: KBS2- Ojakgyo Family / Ojakgyo Brothers (as Cha Soo-young)

2012: MBC- An Angel’s Choice (as Choi Eun-seol)

2012: KBS2- Cheer Up, Mr. Kim! (as Chun Ji-young)

2012: SBS- Hometown Variety Dreams and Fields

2013: MBC- MBC Drama Festival Boy Meets Girl (as Jung Shin-na)

2014: jTBC- Can We Fall in Love, Again? (as Kwon Ji-hyun)

2014: SBS- Cheongdam-dong Scandal (as Eun Hyun-soo)

2014: SBS- Please Take Care of My Refrigerator (as a guest on episode 58-59)

2015: A Man Who Feeds the Dog Season 1 (permanent cast)

2015-2016: SBS- Shaolin Clenched Fist (permanent cast)