The Info List - Han Hyo-joo

Han Hyo-joo
Han Hyo-joo
(born February 22, 1987) is a South Korean film and television actress. She is best known for her leading roles in television drama series: Spring Waltz
Spring Waltz
(2006); Brilliant Legacy
Brilliant Legacy
(2009); Dong Yi (2010) and W - Two Worlds (2016); as well as the film Cold Eyes (2013), for which she won Best Actress
at the 34th Blue Dragon Film Awards.


1 Early life 2 Career

2.1 2003–2006: Beginnings 2.2 2007–2010: Breakthrough roles and overseas popularity 2.3 2011–2015: Film roles 2.4 2016–present: Television comeback and films

3 Controversy 4 Filmography

4.1 Film 4.2 Television series

5 Discography 6 Awards and nominations 7 References 8 External links

Early life[edit] Han Hyo-joo
Han Hyo-joo
was born in Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province.[1] Her mother was an elementary school teacher before becoming an inspector for public schools, and her father was an air force officer. As a child, she was good in sports, particularly track and field. In her sophomore year of high school, she moved to Seoul
and attended Bulgok High School, despite the objections of her strict and conservative father. She then entered Dongguk University, where she joined the theater and film department. Career[edit] 2003–2006: Beginnings[edit] Han was first discovered in a teenage beauty pageant organized by food corporation Binggrae in 2003. She began her acting career in the sitcom Nonstop 5 and the gangster comedy film My Boss, My Teacher. Han later raised her profile by starring in Spring Waltz, the fourth and final installment of TV director Yoon Seok-ho's "season drama" series.[2] In 2006, director Lee Yoon-ki cast Han in the starring role in his low-budget independent film Ad-lib Night, which follows a young woman who rediscovers herself through an eerie overnight encounter with strangers. She won the Best New Actress
awards at the Korean Association of Film Critics Awards and Singapore International Film Festival for her performance. 2007–2010: Breakthrough roles and overseas popularity[edit] Han then starred in two highly successful TV projects and rose to fame - KBS daily drama Like Land and Sky
Like Land and Sky
with Park Hae-jin
Park Hae-jin
in 2007,[3] and SBS masked-adventurer series Iljimae
with Lee Joon-gi
Lee Joon-gi
in 2008. Both dramas drew solid viewership ratings nationwide throughout its run with high viewer ratings and launched Han into a household name. Afterwards, she was cast in another indie film, Ride Away, which debuted at the 2008 Jeonju International Film Festival. Han then filmed the Korean-Japanese telecinema co-production Heaven's Postman, which also featured pop star Jaejoong
from TVXQ
(now JYJ).[4] After several postponements, it was released in theaters in late 2009, and broadcast on TV in 2010. Han's breakthrough came in Brilliant Legacy
Brilliant Legacy
costarring Lee Seung-gi, which became a massive hit in 2009, reaching a peak viewership rating of 47.1%.[5][6][7] It catapulted Han to stardom, and after the drama's conclusion, she experienced a sharp rise in endorsement deals and media requests for interviews, as well as increased pan-Asian popularity.[8][9] Later that year Han wrapped up her starring role in the musical drama Soul Special, which aired on KBS Joy. In 2010, Han took on the titular character in MBC's 49th anniversary project Dong Yi,[10][11] The series became a hit during its run both domestically and across Asia.[12][13] Han won several acting awards for her portrayal of Choi Suk-bin, including the Daesang (Grand Prize) award at MBC Drama Awards
MBC Drama Awards
and the coveted Best Actress
award at Baeksang Arts Awards.[14][15] 2011–2015: Film roles[edit] In 2011, Han played a blind telemarketer opposite So Ji-sub's ex-boxer in the melodrama film Always.[16] Helmed by director Song Il-gon, it premiered as the opening film of the 2011 Busan International Film Festival.[17][18][19] Han later contributed voice narration to the "barrier-free" version of Japanese film My Back Page, which features descriptive audio and subtitles for people with hearing or visual impairments. Han then played the queen to Lee Byung-hun's Gwanghae in the 2012 blockbuster period film Masquerade,[20] which became one of the highest-grossing Korean films of all time. She followed that with Love 911, an unlikely romance between a doctor and a firefighter (Go Soo).[21][22]

In November 2013

In 2013, Han starred opposite Sol Kyung-gu
Sol Kyung-gu
and Jung Woo-sung
Jung Woo-sung
in action thriller Cold Eyes, a remake of the 2007 Hong Kong film Eye in the Sky.[23][24] The film dominated the box office after its release and became one of the biggest domestic hits of 2013.[25] Han received acting recognition for her performance, winning Best Actress
from the Blue Dragon Film Awards and Buil Film Awards.[26][27] In 2014, Han and Love 911
Love 911
costar Go Soo
Go Soo
reunited in Myohyangsangwan ("View of Mount Myohyang"), which depicts the rendezvous of a South Korean painter and a North Korean waitress in a North Korean restaurant. The short film is a collaboration by contemporary artists Moon Kyung-won and Jeon Joon-ho, and combined a theatrical plot, experimental imagery, dance and performance art.[28][29] She then ventured into the overseas market by starring in her first Japanese film, Isshin Inudo's Miracle: Debikuro-kun no Koi to Maho ("Miracle Devil Claus' Love and Magic"). Set during the Christmas season, the film is a love story about a kind bookstore employee (played by Masaki Aiba from J-pop
boyband Arashi) who meets three women.[30][31] In 2015, Han starred in the musical biopic C'est Si Bon, which depicted the ups and downs of the folk music group Twin Folio, which was active from the 1960s to 80s. Famous for its live performances, C'est Si Bon was the name of a popular music lounge located in Mugyo-dong in the 1970s, where Twin Folio got its start; Han played the group's muse.[32] This was followed by romantic comedy film The Beauty Inside, where Han's character falls in love with a man who changes to different people every day.[33][34][35] Later that year, Han got together with Yoo Yeon-seok
Yoo Yeon-seok
and Chun Woo-hee, both of her co-stars in The Beauty Inside, again for Love, Lies, a movie which depicts the last story of gisaeng during the Japanese occupation in the 1940s.[36][37] 2016–present: Television comeback and films[edit] In 2016, Han returns to the small screen with MBC's fantasy suspense series W alongside Lee Jong-suk.[38] Helmed by director Jung Dae-yoon who directed She Was Pretty
She Was Pretty
and writer Song Jae-jung whose previous works include Nine: Nine
Time Travels and Queen In-hyun's Man, expectations rises when this also marks Han's small screen comeback after 6 years.[39][40] She won the Top Excellence award at the 5th APAN Star Awards and MBC Drama Awards
MBC Drama Awards
for her performance in W. In 2018, Han starred in the thriller Golden Slumber
Golden Slumber
alongside Kang Dong-won.[41] She was also cast as the female lead in sci-fi action thriller In-rang, based on the Japanese animated flick of the same name.[42][43] Controversy[edit] In November 2013, the Seoul
Central District Prosecutors Office indicted Han's ex-manager from her former agency Fantom Entertainment for attempted extortion. According to the police, the ex-manager surnamed Lee illegally transferred 16 photos of Han and her ex-boyfriend from her digital camera to his mobile phone. Lee then threatened to publish the compromising photos unless he and his two accomplices were paid ₩400 million; Han's father paid them ₩10 million. In a press release, Han's agency BH Entertainment said the actress did not engage in any activities that deserve public criticism and threatened "strong measures" to deal with blackmail.[44][45] In September 2014, the South Korean media reported that a petition was being circulated to boycott Han's appearance in TV commercials.[46] The petition stemmed from Han's younger brother allegedly bullying a fellow airman while both were in mandatory military service that resulted in the latter's suicide. The negative publicity was exacerbated by Han herself having once been appointed as a goodwill ambassador for the Republic of Korea Air Force.[47] Filmography[edit] Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

2006 My Boss, My Teacher Yoo Mi-jung

Ad-lib Night Bo-kyung Independent film

2008 Ride Away Im Ha-jung

My Dear Enemy Woman at the bus stop/ Voice on the phone cameo

2009 Heaven's Postman Jo Hana / Saki Tele Cinema (also aired on SBS)

2011 Always Ha Jeong-hwa

2012 Masquerade Queen Consort

Love 911 Mi-soo

2013 Cold Eyes Ha Yoon-ju

2014 Miracle Devil Claus' Love and Magic So-yeon Japanese film

View of Mount Myohyang Oh Yeong-ran Short film

2015 C'est Si Bon Min Ja-young (20s)

The Beauty Inside Yi-soo

2016 Love, Lies Jung So-yul

2018 Golden Slumber Sun-young

In-rang Lee Yoon-hee

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network

2005 Nonstop 5 Han Hyo-joo MBC

2006 Spring Waltz Seo/Park Eun-young KBS2

2007 Like Land and Sky Suk Ji-soo KBS1

2008 Iljimae Eun-chae SBS

2009 Brilliant Legacy Go Eun-sung

Soul Special Jin Mi-ah KBS Joy

2010 Dong Yi Choi Dong-yi (later Choi Suk-bin) MBC

2016 W - Two Worlds Oh Yeon-joo


Year Song title Artist Album

2005 "It's the First Time" Han Hyo-joo Nonstop 5 OST

2008 "Ride Away" Han Hyo-joo Ride Away OST

2009 "Sudden Burst of Tears" Gan-D feat. Han Hyo-joo Soul Special

"바람이 불어... 널 이별해 (Prologue)" Narration by Han Hyo-joo Love Tonic

2010 "Oh Seoul" My-Q feat. Han Hyo-joo For This, I Was Born

"Don't You Know" No Reply feat. Han Hyo-joo Grand Mint Festival 2010

2011 "You" Browneyed Soul
Browneyed Soul
feat. Han Hyo-joo Brown Eyed Soul

"8 A.M." My-Q feat. Han Hyo-joo Ready For The World

"Alone in Love" Lee Seung-gi
Lee Seung-gi
feat. Ra.D (narration by Han Hyo-joo)

2012 "I Love You" Han Hyo-joo
Han Hyo-joo
feat. Sweet Sorrow LG Su:m37 5th Anniversary CF song

"Hide and Seek"[48] Han Hyo-joo
Han Hyo-joo
feat. Broccoli, You Too?

2015 "Let us forget" Han Hyo-joo C'est Si Bon OST

"I'll Give It All To You" Han Hyo-joo
Han Hyo-joo
feat. Jung Woo

2016 "Love, Lies" Han Hyo-joo Love, Lies OST

"Spring lady" Han Hyo-joo
Han Hyo-joo
feat. Chun Woo-hee

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.

2003 9th Miss Binggrae Smile Pageant Grand Prize N/A Won

2006 26th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best New Actress Ad-lib Night Won

KBS Drama Awards Spring Waltz Nominated

2007 20th Singapore International Film Festival Best Actress Ad-lib Night Won [49]

24th Korea Best Dressed Swan Awards Best Dressed N/A Won

KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actress
in a Daily Drama Like Land and Sky Nominated

Best New Actress Nominated

Best Couple Award with Park Hae-jin Won

Popularity Award Won [50]

2008 1st Korea Jewelry Awards Pearl Award N/A Won

SBS Drama Awards New Star Award Iljimae Won

2009 4th Andre Kim
Andre Kim
Best Star Awards Female Star Award N/A Won

3rd Mnet 20's Choice Awards Hot Female Drama Star Brilliant Legacy Won [51]

SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actress
in a Special
Planning Drama Won [52]

Best Couple Award with Lee Seung-gi Won

Top 10 Stars Won

2010 46th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress
(TV) Nominated

5th Seoul
International Drama Awards Outstanding Korean Actress Won [53]

3rd Korea Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Dong Yi Won [54]

MBC Drama Awards Daesang (Grand Prize) Won [14]

Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated

Popularity Award Won

2011 1st Hong Kong Cable TV Awards Best Actress Won [55]

47th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress
(TV) Won [15]

45th Taxpayers' Day (given by Ministry of Strategy and Finance) Presidential Commendation as Honest Taxpayer N/A Won [56]

2012 CETV Asia's Top 10 Popular Star Awards Hallyu Star Prize N/A Won [57]

2013 49th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress
(Film) Love 911 Nominated

22nd Buil Film Awards Best Actress Cold Eyes Won [27]

33rd Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Nominated

34th Blue Dragon Film Awards Won [26]

2014 8th Asian Film Awards Best Actress Nominated

2015 52nd Grand Bell Awards Best Actress The Beauty Inside Nominated

36th Blue Dragon Film Awards Nominated

4th Korean Film Actor's Association Awards Top Star Award Won [58]

2016 11th Max Movie Awards Best Actress Nominated

52nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress
(Film) Nominated

25th Buil Film Awards Best Actress Nominated

5th APAN Star Awards Daesang (Grand Prize) W - Two Worlds Nominated [59]

Top Excellence Award, Actress
in a Miniseries Won

Best Couple Award with Lee Jong-suk Nominated

4th BIFF with Marie Claire
Marie Claire
Asia Star Awards Asia Star Award Love, Lies Won

1st Asia Artist Awards Best Artist Award, Actress W - Two Worlds Nominated

MBC Drama Awards Daesang (Grand Prize) Nominated [60]

Top Excellence Award, Actress
in a Miniseries Won

Best Couple Award with Lee Jong-suk Won


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Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Actress

Hwang Jung-seun (1963) Moon Jung-suk (1964) Um Aing-ran (1965) Moon Jung-suk (1966) Ju Jeung-ryu (1967) Nam Jeong-im (1969) Kim Ji-mee (1970) Youn Yuh-jung (1971) Yoon Jeong-hee (1972) Yoon Jeong-hee (1973) Won Mi-kyung (1990) Chang Mi-hee
Chang Mi-hee
(1991) Kang Soo-yeon (1992) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(1993) Choi Myung-gil
Choi Myung-gil
(1994) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
and Bang Eun-jin (1995) Shim Hye-jin (1996) Shin Eun-kyung (1997) Shim Eun-ha (1998) Jeon Do-yeon
Jeon Do-yeon
(1999) Lee Mi-yeon (2000) Jang Jin-young
Jang Jin-young
(2001) Kim Yoon-jin
Kim Yoon-jin
(2002) Jang Jin-young
Jang Jin-young
(2003) Lee Na-young
Lee Na-young
(2004) Lee Young-ae
Lee Young-ae
(2005) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(2006) Jeon Do-yeon
Jeon Do-yeon
(2007) Son Ye-jin
Son Ye-jin
(2008) Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
(2009) Yoon Jeong-hee and Soo Ae
Soo Ae
(2010) Kim Ha-neul
Kim Ha-neul
(2011) Im Soo-jung
Im Soo-jung
(2012) Han Hyo-joo
Han Hyo-joo
(2013) Chun Woo-hee
Chun Woo-hee
(2014) Lee Jung-hyun
Lee Jung-hyun
(2015) Kim Min-hee (2016) Na Moon-hee (2017)

Baeksang Arts Award for Best Actress
– Television


Yeo Woon-kay (1974) Kim Ja-ok, Ahn In-sook and Jung Hye-sun (1975) Kim Hye-ja and Hong Se-mi (1976) Kang Boo-ja
Kang Boo-ja
and Kim Yoon-gyeong (1977) Kang Hyo-shil and Kim Hye-ja (1978) Kim Hye-ja, Jung Hye-sun and Kim Young-ok (1979)


Kim Min-ja (1980) Chang Mi-hee
Chang Mi-hee
and Kim Young-ran (1981) Hwang Jung-ah and Kim Young-ae (1982) Lee Kyung-jin (1983) Jung Hye-sun (1984) Jung Ae-ri (1985) Kim Yong-rim (1986) Han Hye-sook (1987) Kim Chung (1988) Park Won-sook and Kim Hye-ja (1989)


Go Doo-shim
Go Doo-shim
(1990) Lee Hwi-hyang and Ha Hee-ra (1991) Chae Shi-ra
Chae Shi-ra
(1992) Go Doo-shim
Go Doo-shim
and Kim Hee-ae
Kim Hee-ae
(1993) Jung Hye-sun (1994) Kim Yoon-gyeong (1995) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(1996) Kim Young-ae (1997) Hwang Shin-hye (1998) Shim Eun-ha (1999)


Kim Young-ae (2000) Won Mi-kyung (2001) Jeon In-hwa
Jeon In-hwa
(2002) Kim Hee-ae
Kim Hee-ae
(2003) Ha Ji-won
Ha Ji-won
(2004) Kim Jung-eun
Kim Jung-eun
(2005) Choi Jin-sil
Choi Jin-sil
(2006) Son Ye-jin
Son Ye-jin
(2007) Yoon Eun-hye
Yoon Eun-hye
(2008) Moon Geun-young
Moon Geun-young


Kim Nam-joo
Kim Nam-joo
(2010) Han Hyo-joo
Han Hyo-joo
(2011) Gong Hyo-jin
Gong Hyo-jin
(2012) Kim Hee-ae
Kim Hee-ae
(2013) Lee Bo-young
Lee Bo-young
(2014) Song Yoon-ah
Song Yoon-ah
(2015) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(2016) Seo Hyun-jin
Seo Hyun-jin

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