Profile of the “Age of Youth”‘s Actress, Han Ye-ri


Get closer to Actress Han Ye-ri

Maybe some of you have heard the name of actress Han Ye-ri. This 33 year old South Korean actress usually appear on the big screen rather than on TV screens. But this doesn’t mean she has played a role in a drama before. Six Flying dragons and Age of Youth 1 & 2 are some of the popular dramas Han Ye-ri was involved in. Before that, Han built her filmography by starring in short films and indies.

She also drew notice in sports drama As One (2012), for which she learned the Hamgyŏng dialect for her role as real-life North Korean table tennis athlete Yu Sun-bok. She played her first mainstream leading roles in the action thrillers Commitment (2013) and Haemoo (2014), and in the romantic film A Dramatic Night (2015). Han also starred in the critically acclaimed indie Worst Woman (2016) by Kim Jong-kwan. If you want to know more about ‘Yoon Jin-myung’ from Age of Youth/Welcome My Twenties, keep scrolling down this article!

Han Ye-ri’s Profile


Name: 한예리 / Han Ye Ri
Real name: 김예리 / Kim Ye Ri
Profession: Actress, dancer, and singer
Birthdate: 1984-Dec-23 (age 33)
Birthplace: Jecheon, North Chungcheong, South Korea
Height: 162cm
Weight: 44kg
Star sign: Capricorn
Family: Younger brother and younger sister
Talent Agency: Saram Entertainment
Education: Gugak National High School, Korea National University of Arts (Traditional Korean Dance)

Han Ye-ri’s List of Dramas and Movies


Han’s early career started in 2006 in a short film Passionate Sonata. She has appeared in numerous short films and indie movies. In most of her movies, she plays advanced roles such as a mysterious Chinese-Korean woman in Haemoo (2014), a North Korean Spy in Spy (2013), and a North Korean table tennis athlete in As One (2012). But that doesn’t mean she never appeared as a normal, common person. In her movie A Night Drama, she showed her feminine side as a beautiful woman living with her boyfriend, doing household chores and other common romantic things as a couple. Currently, Han is playing in an on-going drama Switch: Change the World on SBS as a charismatic prosecutor. Curious to watch more Han Ye-ri’s movie? Here we provide Han Ye-ri’s movie and drama list!

Movie List:

  • Champion (2018) – Soo-Jin
  • Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade | Inrang (2018) – Koo Mi-Kyung
  • The Table (2017) – Eun-Hee
  • A Quiet Dream | Chunmong (2016) – Ye-Ri
  • Worst Woman | Choeakui Haru (2016) – Eun-Hee
  • The Hunt | Sanyang (2016) – Kim Yang-Soon
  • Love Guide For Dumpees | Geukjukin Harutbam (2015) – Si-Hoo
  • Love and… | Pilreumsidaesarang (2015) – Granddaughter, narrator “Sarangui Jundang”
  • Haemoo (2014) – Hong-Mae
  • Kundo : Age of the Rampant | Goondo (2014) – Gok-Ji
  • Drama Special: Yeon-Woo’s Summer | Yeonwooui Yeoreum (KBS2 / 2013) – Lee Yeon-Woo
  • Commitment | Dongchangsaeng (2013) – Lee Hye-In
  • The Spy: Undercover Operation | Seupai (2013) – Baek Sul-Hee
  • Big Good | Kyung Bok (2013)
  • Dear Dolphin | Hwansangsokui Geudae (2013) – Cha-Kyung
  • South Bound | Namjjeukeuro Twieo (2013) – Choi Min-Joo
  • As One | Korea (2011) – Soon-Bok
  • Nice Shorts! 2011 | Chuncheolsalin (2011)
  • Anyang, Paradise City | Dashi Taeunago Shipuyo, Anyange (2011)
  • Ordinary Days | Pyungbumhan Naldeul (2011)
  • Read My Lips | Hal Soo Itneun Jaga Guhara (2010)
  • Be With Me | Gwi (2010) – Lan (segment “Tarot 3. The Unseen”)
  • A Blind River | Kwihyang (2009) – So-Yeon
  • Paju (2009) – Mi-Ae
  • One Step More to the Sea | Bada Jjoteuro, Han Ppyeomdeo (2009)
  • Let the Blue River Run | Pureun Kangeun Heulreora (2009) – Sook-Yi