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Busan
Busan
Sooyoung Elementary Dukmoon Girl's High School Busan
Busan
Women's College - Aerobic Dance

Occupation Actress

Years active 1994–present

Agent YG Entertainment

Korean name

Hangul 최지우

Hanja 崔智友

Revised Romanization Choe Ji-u

McCune–Reischauer Ch'oe Chiu

Birth name

Hangul 최미향

Revised Romanization Choe Mi-hyang

McCune–Reischauer Ch'oe Mihyang

Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
(born Choi Mi-hyang on June 11, 1975) is a South Korean actress. She is known for starring in the television melodramas Beautiful Days (2001), Winter Sonata
Winter Sonata
(2002), Stairway to Heaven (2003), The Suspicious Housekeeper
The Suspicious Housekeeper
(2013) and Temptation (2014) and the romantic comedy series Twenty Again
Twenty Again
(2015) and Woman with a Suitcase (2016).

Contents

1 Career 2 Personal life 3 Filmography

3.1 Television series 3.2 Film 3.3 Variety show 3.4 Music video

4 Awards and nominations 5 References 6 External links

Career[edit] Choi Mi-hyang was first discovered when she won a talent audition organized by MBC in 1994, then made her acting debut in the drama series War and Love in 1995. Afterwards, she adopted the stage name Choi Ji-woo. She was cast in her first major role in 1996 film The Gate of Destiny, but due to her limited acting skills, she was replaced in the middle of filming.[1] In the next couple of years Choi continued to star in both TV dramas and films, including The Hole (the Original version of Hollywood thriller Hush), as well as the romantic comedies First Kiss with Ahn Jae-wook and The Romantic President
The Romantic President
with Ahn Sung-ki. But it was her portrayals on TV of tragic heroines with a pure and innocent image—notably in Truth
Truth
opposite Ryu Si-won and Beautiful Days opposite Lee Byung-hun—that boosted her rising popularity. In 2002, she reunited onscreen with Bae Yong-joon
Bae Yong-joon
(she previously had a supporting role in his 1996 drama First Love) that she would star in her most famous, iconic role. Directed by Yoon Seok-ho as the second installment of his "season dramas,"[2] Winter Sonata
Winter Sonata
became a phenomenal hit throughout Asia and has been credited as one of the initiators of the Korean Wave.[3] As a result, Choi gained wide pan-Asian recognition, especially a huge following in Japan
Japan
where she acquired the nickname Ji-woo Hime ("Princess Ji-woo").[4] In 2009 she and Bae reprised their roles as voice actors for Winter Sonata Anime.[5][6][7] She continues to be a lucrative star and brand in Japan, fetching high licensing/broadcasting rights for her dramas and selling out concerts and merchandise (tvN's E News compiled a list of the top Hallyu stars in Japan
Japan
based on their approximate gross incomes for the first half of 2011, and Choi was #5 with approximately US$2 million). After the success of her 2003 melodrama Stairway to Heaven with Kwon Sang-woo,[8] Choi again attempted to break into film. She played a terminally ill heroine in Now and Forever,[9][10] and a more risque character in sex comedy Everybody Has Secrets
Everybody Has Secrets
("The Original Version of Irish film About Adam).[11][12] Both films were poorly received by critics and audiences in South Korea, but performed well at the Japanese box office.[13] Choi then spent the next few years overseas, shooting the Chinese drama 101st Proposal with Sun Xing, and the Japanese drama RONDO opposite Yutaka Takenouchi.[14][15][16][17] She returned to Korean television in 2007 in Air City
Air City
alongside Lee Jung-jae; her role was the Chief Operating Officer of Incheon Airport.[18] In 2009, she starred opposite Yoo Ji-tae in the drama Star's Lover, playing a top actress who falls in love with an ordinary man.[19][20] Choi received ₩48 million per episode, the highest salary for a Korean actress at the time (her record was later broken by Go Hyun-jung's ₩55 million for the 2010 drama Daemul).[21][22] That same year, she set up her own management agency called C,JW Company with her brother as CEO.[23][24] She also joined the ensemble cast of semi-improvisational mockumentary Actresses, arguably her most significant film yet.[25][26] During the press conference for the 2011 series, Can't Lose, co-starring Yoon Sang-hyun, featuring a lawyer couple facing their own divorce suit, she was asked if she worried about shedding her pure and innocent image. Choi said, "I've had the same image for 15 years. Isn't it time for me to break out? I was a melodrama queen and now I want the title of romantic comedy queen." She added that she had gained more fans after showing her cheerful, easygoing side as a guest on the reality show 2 Days & 1 Night.[27][28] In 2012, Choi was cast in the Chinese drama City Lovers, in which she portrayed the CEO at an event management company opposite Qin Hao, a newly employed businessman at her firm.[29][30][31] Later that year, she became the host of Choi Ji-woo's Delicious Korea on food lifestyle cable channel O'live TV alongside fashion designer Jung Kuho. The 5-episode show, which aired from November 23 to December 21, 2012, aimed to promote Korean cuisine and culture to the world, and the two hosts traveled through South Korea
South Korea
and introduced little-known regional food to the viewers.[32][33] She next headlined the 2013 remake of the hit 2011 Japanese drama Kaseifu no Mita. In The Suspicious Housekeeper, Choi played the titular character, an icy and stoic yet amazingly capable housekeeper who comes to work for a recently widowed father and his four children.[34][35] Despite the difficulty of not being able to react to her costars, Choi said she chose the role because she "was really charmed by the way the heroine refrains from letting her emotions show."[36][37] In February 2014, Choi signed with the talent agency YG Entertainment.[38][39][40][41] She then reunited with previous costar Kwon Sang-woo
Kwon Sang-woo
in Temptation; she played a rich woman who makes a dangerous offer to a married man.[42] Choi joined the fourth season of travel-reality show Grandpas Over Flowers in 2015, where she and Lee Seo-jin backpacked through Greece with veteran actors Lee Soon-jae, Shin Goo, Park Geun-hyung and Baek Il-seob.[43][44][45][46] This was followed by the cable series Twenty Again, where she played a woman who became a wife and mother at 19 then decides to experience campus college life for the first time at age 38 when she becomes a university student alongside her 20-year-old son.[47][48] In 2016, Choi returned to the big screen in seven years, starring in the ensemble cast romance film Like for Likes.[49][50] The same year, she starred in the legal romance drama Woman with a Suitcase.[51] In 2017, Choi was cast in the family melodrama The Most Beautiful Goodbye, a remake of the drama The Most Beautiful Goodbye
The Most Beautiful Goodbye
in the World by Noh Hee-kyung.[52] Personal life[edit] Choi majored in aerobic dance at Busan
Busan
Women's College. She later enrolled in Hanyang University's Department of Theater and Film and completed her first year; however she had to withdraw from college studies due to her hectic work schedule.[citation needed] Choi married her non-celebrity fiancee on 29 March 2018.[53] Filmography[edit] Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network

1995 War and Love

MBC

1996 MBC Best Theater "사랑, 그 하나만으로도"

MBC

First Love Kang Seok-hee KBS2

Three Guys and Three Girls (guest appearance) MBC

1997 Happiness Is in Our Hearts Seon Kyung-ah SBS

1998 Love Yoo Ji-young MBC

1999 Love In 3 Colors Eun Ji-soo KBS2

Love Story Min-jung (episode 2: "Message") SBS

2000 Truth Lee Ja-young MBC

Mr. Duke Jang Soo-jin MBC

2001 Beautiful Days Kim Yeon-soo SBS

2002 We Are Dating Now (cameo, episode 15) SBS

Winter Sonata Jeong Yoo-jin KBS2

2003 Stairway to Heaven Han Jung-seo SBS

2004 Full House Herself (cameo, episode 3) KBS2

101st Proposal Li Shao Rong BTV

2006 RONDO Choi Yoon-ah TBS

2007 Air City Han Do-kyung MBC

2008 Star's Lover Lee Ma-ri SBS

2009 Winter Sonata
Winter Sonata
Anime Jeong Yoo-jin (voice) SKY PerfecTV!

2011 Fuyu no Sakura 冬のサクラ Inaba Tatsuki's Korean girlfriend (cameo, episode 2) TBS

Can't Lose Lee Eun-jae MBC

2012 City Lovers female CEO AHTV

2013 The Suspicious Housekeeper Park Bok-nyeo SBS

2014 Temptation Yoo Se-young SBS

2015 We Broke Up (cameo) Naver
Naver
TV Cast

Second 20s Ha No-ra tvN

2016 Woman with a Suitcase Cha Geum-joo MBC

First Seven Kisses Goddess Naver
Naver
TV Cast

2017 The Most Beautiful Goodbye Yeon-soo tvN

Film[edit]

Year Title Role

1996 The Adventures of Mrs Park Eun-jin

1997 Hallelujah Bar madam (bit part)

The Hole Su-jin

1998 Alien Kim's daughter (voice)

First Kiss Song Yeon-hwa

1999 Nowhere to Hide Kim Ju-yeon

2002 The Romantic President Choi Eun-soo

2004 Everybody Has Secrets Han Sun-young

2005 Shadowless Sword Female martial arts gosu - Special
Special
Participation

2006 Now and Forever Han Hye-won

2009 Actresses Herself

2016 Like for Likes Joo-Ran

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Role Network

2008 Line to the Law Center VTR appearance NTV

2012 Choi Ji-woo's Delicious Korea Host O'live TV

2013 MBC Human Documentary - Love Narration MBC

2015 Grandpas Over Flowers Cast member (season 4) tvN

2017 Candy in my Ears - Season 2 Cast member

Music video[edit]

Year Song Title Artist

1996 "Endless Love" Kim Jung-min

1998 "Scenery" Goo Bon-seung and Jang Dong-gun

"Na Na Na" Yoo Seung-jun

1999 "For Your Soul" Jo Sung-mo

2003 "The Young Prince's Dream" Cha Tae-hyun

2013 "Ziugae"[54] ALi

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result

1995 Korea's Isabelle Adjani
Isabelle Adjani
Contest N/A N/A Won

1996 KBS Drama Awards Best New Actress First Love Nominated

1997 18th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best New Actress The Hole Nominated

1998 34th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress
Actress
(Film) Won

21st Golden Cinematography Awards Best New Actress Won

1999 14th Golden Disk Awards Golden Video Best Actress For Your Soul Won

20th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Nowhere to Hide Nominated

2000 37th Grand Bell Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated

MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actress Mr. Duke Won

2001 SBS Drama Awards Top 10 Stars Beautiful Days Won

Excellence Award, Actress Won

2002 38th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress
Actress
(TV) Winter Sonata Won

Model Line Best Dresser Awards Swan Award N/A Won

KBS Drama Awards Popularity Award Winter Sonata Won

Top Excellence Award, Actress Won

2003 Andre Kim
Andre Kim
Best Star Awards[55] Female Star Award N/A Won

26th Golden Cinematography Awards Most Popular Actress The Romantic President Won

SBS Drama Awards Top 10 Stars Stairway to Heaven Won

Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Drama Special Won

2004 40th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress
Actress
(TV) Won

4th Proud Korean Awards (Journalists Federation of Korea) Recipient N/A Won

2005 41st Baeksang Arts Awards Hallyu Special
Special
Award N/A Won

The Motion Pictures Association of Korea Hallyu Special
Special
Award N/A Won

2006 Dior Timeless Beauty Awards[56] Recipient N/A Won

2009 International Cultural Industry Exchange Foundation Awards Recipient N/A Won

4th Seoul
Seoul
International Drama Awards[57][58] Inducted into the Star Hall of Fame N/A Won

36th Tourism Day Presidential Commendation[59] N/A Won

SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Drama Special Star's Lover Nominated

2010 World Tourism Cities Forum Top Popularity Award N/A Won

2011 MBC Drama Awards Best Couple Award with Yoon Sang-hyun Can't Lose Nominated

Popularity Award Nominated

2012 7th Asia Model Festival Awards[60][61] Asia Star Award N/A Won

Seoul
Seoul
International Social Work Conference Social Welfare Award[62] N/A Won

2013 SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Drama Special The Suspicious Housekeeper Nominated

2014 7th Korea Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated

SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Drama Special Temptation Nominated

2016 MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Special
Special
Project Drama Woman with a Suitcase Nominated

References[edit]

^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
talks being replaced". Korea JoongAng Daily. 27 December 2011. Archived from the original on 5 February 2012.  ^ "Producer Yun Seok-ho, the creator of Yonsama and the hallyu frenzy". KBS Global. 17 January 2005. ^ "Is it all over already? Gloomy signs overshadow rosy statistics of Hallyu". The Korea Herald
The Korea Herald
via Hancinema. 11 July 2005.  ^ "Pure Love: Tear-Jerking Love Stories Enthrall Japanese Women". Web Japan. 14 October 2004. ^ "Bae, Choi to Voice Winter Sonata
Winter Sonata
Cartoon". The Korea Times. 30 May 2008.  ^ "A reunion in 7 years: Yonsama and Jiwoohime". 10Asia. 29 September 2009.  ^ "Bae Yong-joon, Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
reunite for Winter Sonata
Winter Sonata
anime". 10Asia. 2 February 2010.  ^ ""Winter Sonata", The Most Popular Korean Drama In Japan". Broasia via Hancinema. 2 July 2007.  ^ "Love Letter Starring Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
and Cho Han-sung to Open Next Year". KBS Global. 5 August 2005.  ^ "Yeonriji ("Now and Forever") Depends Heavily on Ji-woo Hime". The Korea Times via Hancinema. 13 April 2006. ^ "Sexy Secret Has Little to Tell". The Korea Times. 29 July 2004. ^ "Sex and Laughter in a Game of Love". The Dong-a Ilbo. 29 July 2004. ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
Remains Huge Box-Office Draw in Japan". The Chosun Ilbo. 5 April 2006.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
to Co-Star with Takenouchi Yutaka". KBS Global. 4 July 2005.  ^ " Actress
Actress
Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
Stars in Joint Korean-Japanese TV Drama". KBS Global. 20 December 2005.  ^ "TV Drama Rondo Starring Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
Suffers Low Viewer Ratings". KBS Global. 24 February 2006.  ^ "TV drama starring Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
records 20.6% viewership in Japan". KBS World. 16 January 2006.  ^ Chung, Ah-young (3 January 2007). "Hallyu Heroine Returns With New Drama". The Korea Times via Hancinema.  ^ "Celebrity's Sweetheart Knocks on Viewers Hearts". The Korea Times. 2 December 2008.  ^ "Mega drama duo signals hot winter". The Korea Herald. 1 December 2008.  ^ "Koh Hyun-jung, highest paid Korean actress". The Korea Times. 12 April 2011. ^ "Ko Hyun-jung Sets New Soap Opera Earnings Record". The Chosun Ilbo. 12 April 2011. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-02-15. Retrieved 2011-04-01.  ^ "Actresses Choosing To Be Managed By Family". KBS World. 10 December 2010.  ^ "Actresses is a miracle achieved, says Koh (Part 1)". 10Asia. 23 November 2009. ^ "Actresses is a miracle achieved, says Koh (Part 2)". 10Asia. 23 November 2009. ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
Can't Lose
Can't Lose
in romantic comedy" Archived October 2, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.. The Korea Times. 23 August 2011. ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
Thrilled About Shaking Off Old Image". The Chosun Ilbo. 25 August 2011. ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
to return to Chinese TV series in 9 years, teaming up with Qin Hao". 10Asia. 27 June 2012.  ^ "Choi Ji Woo Stars in Her First Chinese Drama in Nine Years". enewsWorld. 27 June 2012.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
returns to Chinese drama". Korea JoongAng Daily. 28 June 2012. Archived from the original on 2 July 2012.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
Will Introduce Korean Food as TV Host". 10Asia. 30 October 2012.  ^ "Choi Ji Woo to Look Far and Wide for Delicious Korean Foods in a Documentary". enewsWorld. 3 November 2012.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
to Play Housekeeper in an Upcoming Drama". 10Asia. 31 July 2013. Archived from the original on 2014-03-30.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
to Play Housemaid in a New Drama". The Chosun Ilbo. 10 August 2013.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
to play modern-day Mary Poppins". The Korea Herald. 16 September 2013.  ^ "Suspicious role challenged Choi". Korea JoongAng Daily. 5 December 2013.  ^ "Choi Ji Woo Signs with YG Entertainment". enewsWorld. 26 February 2014.  ^ " Actress
Actress
Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
joins YG Entertainment". The Korea Herald. 27 February 2014.  ^ " Actress
Actress
Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
Joins YG Entertainment". 10Asia. 26 February 2014. Archived from the original on 30 March 2014.  ^ "Hallyu icon joins YG Family". Korea JoongAng Daily. 27 February 2014.  ^ "Look who's back together: Kwon Sang-woo, Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
re-united in SBS drama Temptation". The Korea Times. 11 July 2014.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
joins grandpas on tvN show". K-pop Herald. 16 February 2015.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
is real gem in Grandpas over Flowers". The Korea Herald. 24 March 2015.  ^ "Hallyu star joins Grandpas Over Flowers". The Korea Times. 25 March 2015.  ^ "Korea's 4 favorite Grandpas return". Korea JoongAng Daily. 27 March 2015.  ^ "Choi Ji Woo Confirmed for New tvN Drama". enewsWorld. 9 July 2015.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
to play a college student Actress". Korea JoongAng Daily. July 10, 2015.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
returns to film". Korea JoongAng Daily. 1 June 2015.  ^ "'Like for Likes' shows love on social media". The Korea Times. 12 January 2016.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
returns in legal-romance drama". Yonhap News Agency. 22 June 2016.  ^ " Actress
Actress
Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
cast in remake series written by star writer". Kpop Herald. 19 October 2017.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
announces 'surprise' wedding". The Korea Herald. 29 May 2018.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
Takes Lead in ALI's New Music Video". 10Asia. 31 January 2013. Archived from the original on 30 March 2014.  ^ "Top Stars Win Andre Kim
Andre Kim
Awards". The Korea Times. 1 May 2007.  ^ " Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
Named Korea's Greatest Acting Beauty". The Chosun Ilbo. 7 August 2006.  ^ "Star Hall of Fame Celebrates Choi Ji-woo". The Chosun Ilbo. 20 August 2009. ^ "Dramas, Stars to Compete at Seoul
Seoul
Intl Drama Awards". The Korea Times. 25 August 2009.  ^ " Actress
Actress
Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
to receive President's honor". 10Asia. 24 September 2009.  ^ "Asia Model Awards". KBS World. 18 January 2012. ^ "Choi Ji-woo, Kara win Asia Star at 2012 Asia Model Awards". The Korea Herald. 19 January 2012. ^ "Choi Ji Woo receives Seoul
Seoul
City Social Welfare Award". StarN News. 7 September 2012. 

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Actress
– Film

1960s

- (1965) - (1966) Moon Hee
Moon Hee
and Nam Jeong-im (1967) Yoon Jeong-hee (1968) Jeon Yang-ja (1969)

1970s

kim Ji-soo (1970) Kim Yun-jeong (1971) Na O-mi (1972) Park Ji-yeong and Choi Chong-min (1973) Jin Do-hee and Myeong Hui (1974) Mun Suk and Yang Jeong-hwa (1975) Kim Hyeong-ja (1976) Myeong Hyeon-suk and Yu Mi-na (1977) Jung Hee (1978) Lee In-ok (1979)

1980s

Won Mi-kyung (1980) Kim Min-hee and Lee Mi-sook
Lee Mi-sook
(1981) Ahn So-young and Na Young-hee (1982) Park Seon-hui (1983) Lee Bo-hee
Lee Bo-hee
(1984) Cho Yong-won (1985) Lee Hye-young (1986) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(1987) Ha Hee-ra and Shin Hye-soo (1988) Jin Yeong-mi (1989)

1990s

Lee Mi-yeon (1990) Kim Sung-ryung and Ji Gyeong-won (1991) Lee Ah-ro (1992) Oh Yeon-soo
Oh Yeon-soo
(1993) Ji Su-won and Ryu Keum-sin (1994) Jung Sun-kyung (1995) Kim Sun-jae (1996) Lee Eun-jung (1997) Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
(1998) Jun Ji-hyun
Jun Ji-hyun
(1999)

2000s

Kim Gyu-ri, Park Ye-jin
Park Ye-jin
and Lee Young-jin (2000) Suh Jung
Suh Jung
(2001) Lee Yo-won
Lee Yo-won
(2002) Son Ye-jin
Son Ye-jin
(2003) Yoon Jin-seo
Yoon Jin-seo
(2004) Soo Ae
Soo Ae
(2005) Jung Yu-mi (2006) Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
(2007) Han Ye-seul
Han Ye-seul
(2008) Park Bo-young
Park Bo-young
(2009)

2010s

Jo An (2010) Shin Hyun-bin
Shin Hyun-bin
(2011) Bae Suzy
Bae Suzy
(2012) Han Ye-ri
Han Ye-ri
(2013) Kim Hyang-gi
Kim Hyang-gi
(2014) Chun Woo-hee
Chun Woo-hee
(2015) Park So-dam
Park So-dam
(2016) Lee Sang-hee (2017)

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Baeksang Arts Award for Most Popular Actress
Actress
– Television

1980s

Cha Hwa-yeon
Cha Hwa-yeon
(1987)

1990s

Jo Min-su
Jo Min-su
and Lee Hye-sook (1990) Hwang Shin-hye (1991) Kim Young-ok (1992) Jung Hye-sun (1993) Ha Yoo-mi (1995) Lee Mi-sook
Lee Mi-sook
(1998) Kwon Eun-ah and Song Yun-ah
Song Yun-ah
(1999)

2000s

Kim Hee-sun
Kim Hee-sun
(2000) Song Hye-kyo
Song Hye-kyo
and Jeon In-hwa
Jeon In-hwa
(2001) So Yoo-jin
So Yoo-jin
and Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
(2002) Kim Won-hee (2003) Yang Mi-kyung and Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
(2004) Kim Tae-hee
Kim Tae-hee
(2005) Hyun Young (2006) Han Ye-seul
Han Ye-seul
(2007) Sung Yu-ri
Sung Yu-ri
(2008) Im Yoon-ah
Im Yoon-ah
(2009)

2010s

Im Yoon-ah
Im Yoon-ah
(2010) Moon Geun-young
Moon Geun-young
(2011) Park Shin-hye
Park Shin-hye
(2012) Kwon Yu-ri
Kwon Yu-ri
(2013) Park Shin-hye
Park Shin-hye
(2014) Krystal Jung
Krystal Jung
(2015) Song Hye-kyo
Song Hye-kyo
(2016) K

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