Jeon Do-yeon

Jeon Do-yeon (Hangul: 전도연; born February 11, 1973) is a South Korean actress. She won Best Actress at the 60th Cannes Film Festival, making her the first Korean actress to win an acting award at a prestigious film festival, and Best Performance by an Actress at the 1st Asia Pacific Screen Awards for her performance in Lee Chang-dong's 2007 film Secret Sunshine.[2][3] Although she is not as broadly popular with the audiences as some other stars in South Korea due to her film choices, Jeon is widely respected and celebrated for her acting abilities, and many young actresses have cited her as a role model.[4][5]

Jeon Do-yeon
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Jeon Do-yeon in March 2019.
Born (1973-02-11) February 11, 1973 (age 49)
Nationality South Korea
OccupationActress
Years active1990–present
AgentManagement SOOP[1]
Spouse(s)
Kang Shi-kyu
(m. 2007)
Children1
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationJeon Do-yeon
McCune–ReischauerChŏn Toyŏn

Early lifeEdit

Jeon Do-yeon was born on February 11, 1973. She has two older brothers and is the youngest in her family. Born and raised in Seoul, she graduated from Bukgajwa Elementary School, Yeonhee Girls Middle School, Changduk Girls High School and Department of Broadcasting at Seoul Institute of the Arts.[6][7]

CareerEdit

1990–1997: Beginnings and breakthroughEdit

In 1990, Jeon made her debut in the entertainment industry as an advertisement model for Johnson & Johnson. She made her acting debut in television series Our Heaven in 1992. She then continued to play supporting roles in Scent of Love (1994) and General Hospital (1994) and Love is Blue (1995), but struggled to receive any significant attention.[8] In 1995, she gained some recognition after playing the heroine's younger sister in KBS2's hit drama Our Sunny Days of Youth, which recorded its highest viewership rating of 62.7 percent. The drama's director, Jeon San PD, made a remark stating that Jeon Do-yeon is a "tough and ambitious newcomer".[9] The following years, she played major roles in multiple dramas such as Project, Way Station and Until We Can Love in 1996, and Star in My Heart in 1997.[6] Jeon spent five years starring in television dramas before achieving instant star status with her feature film debut acting alongside Han Suk-kyu in 1997 film The Contact, which became the second-highest grossing Korean film of that year. She won numerous awards through the work, including Best New Actress at the 35th Grand Bell Awards and 18th Blue Dragon Film Awards.[10]

1997–2006: Critical acclaim and successEdit

From 1997 after the success of The Contact, Jeon emerged as a prominent actress in the Korean film industry and went on to establish a reputation as a "chameleon" who can take on a wide variety of roles, from her performance as a doctor in the hit melodrama A Promise, which won her Best Actress at the 35th Baeksang Arts Awards, to that of a schoolgirl in the 1999 film The Harmonium in My Memory, then a wife having an adulterous affair in the 1999 film Happy End.[11] In 1999 and 2000, she received Best Actress awards at numerous award ceremonies such as the 20th Blue Dragon Film Awards and the 37th Grand Bell Awards for her performance in The Harmonium in My Memory. She also won Best Actress at the 35th Baeksang Arts Awards for her role in A Promise and several other local film awards for her role in Happy End.[3]

In 2001, she played a bank teller in Park Heung-sik's directorial debut I Wish I Had a Wife.[12] After starring as the tough-talking Soo-jin in Ryoo Seung-wan's No Blood No Tears in 2002,[13] Jeon spent time acting in the television series Shoot for the Stars.[3] In 2003, she found box-office success in E J-yong's Untold Scandal, an adaptation of the famous French novel Dangerous Liaisons set in Joseon.[14] The following year, she reunited with director Park Heung-sik in a dual role for the time-bending melodrama film My Mother, the Mermaid.[15]

In 2005, Jeon played a prostitute who contracts AIDS in Park Jin-pyo's hard-hitting melodrama You Are My Sunshine.[16][17][18] The film was a box-office hit, and her performance received critical acclaim and won her numerous acting awards.[3] She then returned to the small screen with Lovers in Prague, a drama that tells the love story between the president's daughter and an ordinary detective. The drama was a huge success, with average viewership ratings of over 27 percent.[19] For the work, Jeon won the Grand Prize (Daesang) at 2005 SBS Drama Awards.[20] Commenting on her successful year, The Korea Herald noted, "It is rare for a movie and a drama with the same leading actor or actress to become major hits at the same time. And often, actors and actresses avoid such cases, due to the risk of confusing audiences, but Jeon managed to pull both roles off perfectly without causing any confusion in the audience."[21]

2007–2014: Secret Sunshine and international acclaimEdit

 
Jeon with co-star Song Kang-ho at Secret Sunshine press conference in 2007.

In 2007, Jeon starred in Lee Chang-dong's melodrama Secret Sunshine, which propelled her to international recognition. Her fierce and fearless portrayal of a widowed mother who struggles to rearrange her life after the tragic deaths of her husband and son received universal critical acclaim.[22][23] Although the film itself, which debuted at the 60th Cannes Film Festival, evoked widely differing assessments from international critics, Jeon's performance was universally praised, and she was chosen as the Best Actress by the Cannes jury, making her the first Korean ever to receive an acting award at Cannes.[24][25][26][27] She also won Best Performance by an Actress at the 1st Asia Pacific Screen Awards.[28] Following the heel of the Cannes' win, Jeon went on to sweep domestic awards, winning Best Actress at multiple film award ceremonies such as the 28th Blue Dragon Film Awards. In recognition of her contribution to the development of the Korean film industry, she was honored with the Okgwan Order of Cultural Merit by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Special Achievement Award at the 44th Grand Bell Awards.[29]

Post-Cannes, she starred in 2008 film My Dear Enemy, playing an unemployed single woman who reacquaints herself with her ex-boyfriend.[30][31] After starring in My Dear Enemy, Jeon gave birth to a daughter and rested for a while.[32][33][34] In October 2009, she was honored by the French government with the Chevalier des Arts et Lettres medal for her contribution to the arts.[35] The following year, she returned to star in Im Sang-soo's 2010 controversial remake The Housemaid.[36] Jeon came back to Cannes once again as the film was chosen to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival.[37]

In 2011, Jeon played a female con artist who risks her life for ten days for a final deal with a cold-hearted debt collector in Countdown.[38][39][40] Countdown premiered at the 36th Toronto International Film Festival.[41]

 
Jeon (fifth from the left) with the main competition jury members at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.

In 2013, after a two-year break, Jeon returned with Bang Eun-jin's Way Back Home, a film based on the true story of a housewife who was imprisoned for two years on the island of Martinique after being wrongly arrested for drug smuggling at Paris's Orly Airport in 2004.[42][43] In 2014, she was announced as one of the nine panel members of the main competition jury at the 67th Cannes Film Festival, making her the first Korean actor or actress to receive the honor and the second Korean after director Lee Chang-dong in 2009.[44][45][46][47]

2015–present: Further acclaim and return to the small screenEdit

In 2015, Jeon starred in The Shameless, a thriller that explores the unexpected and carnal attraction that develops between a detective and the girlfriend of the murderer that he investigates.[48][49] The film was selected for the Un Certain Regard section at the 68th Cannes Film Festival and Jeon returned to Cannes for the fourth time in her career.[50][51] For her performance in the film, Jeon won Best Actress at the 24th Buil Film Awards, the 15th Director's Cut Awards, and the 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards respectively. The same year, she played a blind swordswoman in the Goryeo-set revenge period drama Memories of the Sword, her third collaboration with Park Heung-sik and her second with Lee Byung-hun.[52][53]

 
Jeon walking the 2017 Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival red carpet.

This was followed by Jeon's second film with director Lee Yoon-ki, A Man and a Woman, a 2016 film about a forbidden romance that takes place in the snow-swept landscape of Finland.[54][55] Jeon then made a return to the small screen after twelve years in the 2016 Korean remake of the American legal drama The Good Wife.[56] She was praised for displaying a wide range of emotions and agony of a housewife who is forced to become a lawyer again after her husband is mired in a scandal and put behind bars.[57][58]

After a three-year break, Jeon reunited with Sol Kyung-gu in drama film Birthday, marking her second collaboration with Sol eighteen years after I Wish I Had a Wife. The film, inspired by the Sewol ferry disaster, deals with the struggles faced by a couple who lost their son in a tragic accident.[59][60] The film had its international premiere at the 2019 Far East Film Festival in Udine, Italy.[61] At the festival, Jeon was honored with Golden Mulberry Lifetime Achievement Award.[62] She once again won Best Actress at the 56th Baeksang Arts Awards, the 6th Korean Film Producers Association Awards and 28th Buil Film Awards for her performance in the film.

In early 2020, Jeon starred in Beasts Clawing at Straws, a mystery thriller based on Keisuke Sone's novel, alongside Jung Woo-sung.[63][64] The film was screened at the 49th International Film Festival Rotterdam and won the Special Jury Award in the Tiger Competition.[65] The film failed to turn a profit as local box office sales plummeted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[66]

She is set to reunite with Song Kang-ho and Lee Byung-hun in Han Jae-rim's disaster action film Emergency Declaration.[67] She is also set to make her small-screen comeback in Hur Jin-ho's first television series project Lost.[68]

Personal lifeEdit

Jeon married businessman and professional car racer Kang Shi-kyu, who is nine years her senior, in a private wedding ceremony at Shilla Hotel on March 11, 2007.[69][70][71] She gave birth to a daughter on January 22, 2009.[43]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year English title Korean title Role Ref.
1997 The Contact 접속 Soo-hyun [11]
1998 A Promise 약속 Chae Hee-ju [11]
1999 The Harmonium in My Memory 내 마음의 풍금 Yun Hong-yeon [11]
Happy End 해피엔드 Choi Bo-ra [11]
2001 I Wish I Had a Wife 나도 아내가 있었으면 좋겠다 Jung Won-ju [12]
2002 No Blood No Tears 피도 눈물도 없이 Soo-jin [13]
2003 Untold Scandal 스캔들: 조선남녀상열지사 Lady Jeong [14]
2004 My Mother, the Mermaid 인어 공주 Kim Na-young / Jo Yeon-soon [15]
2005 You Are My Sunshine 너는 내 운명 Eun-ha [16]
2007 Secret Sunshine 밀양 Lee Shin-ae [24]
2008 My Dear Enemy 멋진 하루 Hee-soo [31]
2010 The Housemaid 하녀 Eun-yi [36]
2011 Countdown 카운트다운 Cha Ha-yeon [41]
2013 Way Back Home 집으로 가는 길 Song Jeong-yeon [42]
2015 The Shameless 무뢰한 Kim Hye-kyung [48]
Memories of the Sword 협녀, 칼의 기억 Seol-rang / Wol-so [52]
2016 A Man and a Woman 남과 여 Sang-min [54]
2019 Birthday 생일 Soon-nam [59]
Ashfall 백두산 Sun-hwa (cameo) [72]
2020 Beasts Clawing at Straws 지푸라기라도 잡고 싶은 짐승들 Yeon-hee [64]
2022 Emergency Declaration 비상선언 [note 1] Sook-hee [67][74][75]
TBA Gil Bok-soon 길복순 [note 2] Gil Bok-soon [76]

Television seriesEdit

Year English title Korean title Role Notes Ref.
1992–1993 Our Paradise 우리들의 천국 2기 Soo-hyun [6]
1994 Scent of Love 사랑의 향기 Hye-jin
General Hospital 종합병원 Kang Soon-young
1995 Love Is Blue 사랑은 블루 Na Hye-jin
Drama Game - Six Steps Towards Separation 드라마게임 - 이별하는 여섯 단계 Park Joon-young
Our Sunny Days of Youth 젊은이의 양지 Im Jong-hee [6]
1996 Project 프로젝트 Yoo Hyun-jung
Drama Game - Can I Go to the Post Office to Find a Lost Love? 드라마게임 - 우체국에 가면 잃어버린 사랑을 찾을 수 있을까? N/A
Way Station 간이역 Choi Kye-soon
Until We Can Love 사랑할때까지 Eun-ju [6]
1997 Star in My Heart 별은 내 가슴에 Yang Soon-ae
Snail 달팽이 Yang Sun-ja
1998 MBC Best Theater - What You Cherish Can Never Be Forgotten 베스트극장 - 간직한 것은 잊혀지지 않는다 편 Se-jin
1999 TV Love Story Movie - Host of Memory TV영화 러브스토리 - 기억의 주인 편 N/A
2002–2003 Shoot for the Stars 별을 쏘다 Han So-ra [3]
2005 Lovers in Prague 프라하의 연인 Yoon Jae-hee [19]
2008 On Air 온에어 Herself (cameo, episode 2) [77]
2016 The Good Wife 굿 와이프 Kim Hye-kyung [56]
2021 Lost 인간실격 Bu-jeong [68][78]
2023 One Day Scandal 일타스캔들 Nam Haeng-seon [79]

Music videoEdit

Year Song Title Artist Co-stars
2002 "The Name" The Name Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Ryoo Seung-bum

TheaterEdit

Year Title Role
1997 Educating Rita Rita
1998 The Queen of Opera Tears Shin Jung-ha

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
1995 KBS Drama Awards Popularity Award Our Sunny Days of Youth Won
1997 35th Grand Bell Awards Best New Actress The Contact Won
18th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress Nominated [6]
Best New Actress Won
1998 34th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress (Film) Won
18th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best New Actress Won [6]
19th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress A Promise Nominated
1999 35th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (Film) Won [6]
36th Grand Bell Awards Best Actress Nominated
1st Asian Film Critics Association Awards Won
22nd Golden Cinematography Awards Most Popular Actress Won
Cine 21 Awards Best Actress The Harmonium in My Memory, Happy End Won
20th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress The Harmonium in My Memory Won [6]
Popular Star Award Won
2nd Director's Cut Awards Best Actress Won
2000 37th Grand Bell Awards Won [6]
Happy End Nominated
8th Chunsa Film Art Awards Won [6]
1st Busan Film Critics Awards Won [80]
20th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Won [6]
21st Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress Nominated
Popular Star Award Won
2001 37th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (Film) I Wish I Had a Wife Won [6]
22nd Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress Nominated
2002 23rd Blue Dragon Film Awards No Blood No Tears Nominated [6]
Popular Star Award Won
1st Korean Film Awards Best Actress Nominated
SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Shoot for the Stars Won [6]
Top 10 Stars Won
2003 24th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress Untold Scandal Nominated
2nd Korean Film Awards Best Actress Nominated
2004 41st Grand Bell Awards Nominated [81]
25th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress My Mother, the Mermaid Nominated
3rd Korean Film Awards Best Actress Won [82]
7th Director's Cut Awards Won [6]
Cine 21 Awards Won
2005 41st Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (Film) Nominated
13th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actress Won
42nd Grand Bell Awards Nominated [83]
25th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards You Are My Sunshine Won [6]
26th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress Nominated [84]
[85]
Best Couple Award (with Hwang Jung-min) Won
4th Korean Film Awards Best Actress Won [86]
6th Women in Film Korea Awards Won
Cine 21 Awards Won
8th Director's Cut Awards Won [87]
SBS Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Lovers in Prague Won [20]
Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated
Top 10 Stars Won
2006 3rd Max Movie Awards Best Actress You Are My Sunshine Won [6]
42nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (Film) Nominated [88]
43rd Grand Bell Awards Best Actress Won [89]
2007 60th Cannes Film Festival Best Actress Secret Sunshine Won [90]
2nd Asia-Pacific Producers Network Awards Asian Movie Artist Award Won [91]
44th Grand Bell Awards Special Achievement Award Won [92]
Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Okgwan Order of Cultural Merit Won [93]
1st Asia Pacific Screen Awards Best Actress Won [94]
28th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress Won [95]
Best Dressed N/A Won
27th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best Actress Secret Sunshine Won [29]
7th Proud Korean Awards Recipient (for Movie category) Won
6th Korean Film Awards Best Actress Won
8th Women in Film Korea Awards Won [96]
10th Director's Cut Awards Won
Cine 21 Awards Won
3rd University Film Festival of Korea Won
2008 2nd Asian Film Awards Best Actress Won [97]
10th Asian Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress Won
44th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (Film) Nominated
45th Grand Bell Awards Best Actress Nominated
2009 Ordre des Arts et des Lettres Chevalier des Arts et Lettres N/A Recipient [35]
Andre Kim Best Star Awards Super Artist Award N/A Won [98]
12th Director's Cut Awards Cinema Angel recipient N/A Recipient [99]
2010 Village Voice Film Poll Best Actress Secret Sunshine 5th place
IndieWire Critics Poll 7th place
47th Grand Bell Awards The Housemaid Nominated
Cinemanila International Film Festival Won
31st Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress Nominated
8th Korean Film Awards Best Actress Nominated
2011 2nd Seoul Art and Culture Awards Won [100]
31st Fantasporto Director's Week Won [101]
5th Asian Film Awards Best Actress Nominated [102]
People's Choice Award for Favorite Actress Won
8th International Cinephile Society Awards Best Actress Secret Sunshine Nominated
2014 5th KOFRA Film Awards Way Back Home Won [103]
9th Max Movie Awards Won
19th Chunsa Film Art Awards Nominated
50th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (Film) Nominated [104]
23rd Buil Film Awards Best Actress Nominated
51st Grand Bell Awards Nominated [105]
35th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress Nominated
2015 36th Blue Dragon Film Awards The Shameless Nominated [106]
Jecheon International Music & Film Festival Best Actress Won [107]
17th Asian Film Critics Association Awards Nominated
24th Buil Film Awards Won [108]
35th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Nominated
15th Director's Cut Awards Won [109]
Cine 21 Awards Won
2016 7th KOFRA Film Awards Won [110]
21st Chunsa Film Art Awards Nominated
52nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (Film) Won [111]
1st Asia Artist Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) The Good Wife Nominated
2019 Far East Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Award N/A Recipient [62]
40th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress Birthday Nominated [112]
19th Director's Cut Awards Best Actress Nominated
28th Buil Film Awards Won [113]
6th Korean Film Producers Association Awards Won [114]
2020 56th Grand Bell Awards Nominated .[115]
56th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (Film) Won [116]
29th Buil Film Awards Best Actress Beasts Clawing at Straws Nominated
2021 41st Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Leading Actress Nominated [117][118][119]
26th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actress Won [120][121]
2022 Director's Cut Awards Best Actress in series Lost Nominated [122]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The film has been temporarily postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak in South Korea and the number of infections is likely to increase. The film was originally scheduled to be released in January 2022, thus temporarily postponing the screening.[73]
  2. ^ Netflix Film

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