Kim Yoo-jung

Kim Yoo-jung (Korean김유정; born September 22, 1999) is a South Korean actress. She debuted as a model for a confectionery brand at the age of five.[2] After her acting debut in 2003, she became one of the best known child actresses in Korea since then, after she gaining public attention for starring in television series Moon Embracing the Sun (2012) May Queen (2012), Golden Rainbow (2013), Secret Door (2014) and Angry Mom (2015). She also starred in the films Commitment (2013), and Circle of Atonement (2015). She was nominated Best New Actress in Blue Dragon Film Awards for playing Kim Hwa-yeon in Thread of Lies (2014). She hosted music show Inkigayo from November 2014 to April 2016.

Kim Yoo-jung
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Kim Yoo Jung in 2019
Born (1999-09-22) September 22, 1999 (age 22)
Seoul, South Korea
Other namesKim Yu-jeong
EducationGoyang High School of Arts
Occupation
  • Actress
  • host
  • model
Years active2003–present
AgentAwesome ENT[1]
Height165 cm (5 ft 5 in)
AwardsFull list
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationGim Yu-jeong
McCune–ReischauerKim Yujŏng
WebsiteOfficial website

She took on her first leading role in historical romance drama Love in the Moonlight (2016), A romantic comedy film Because I Love You (2017) a television drama based on a popular Naver Webtoon Clean with Passion for Now (2018), Backstreet Rookie (2020) and she appeared in a mystery thriller film The 8th Night (2021) and the historical fantasy romance drama Lovers of the Red Sky (2021).

Kim has been nicknamed "Nation's Little Sister" and "Sageuk fairy" after taking roles in several acclaimed historical dramas in her career.[3][4] In 2017, she ranked 8th on Forbes Korea Power Celebrity list, the youngest to be included in the Top 10 at 17 years old.[5]

Early life and educationEdit

Kim was born in Seoul, South Korea on September 22, 1999[6] as the youngest of three siblings.[7] Her older sister, Kim Yeon-jung (born 1996) debuted as an actress in 2017.[8]

Kim attended Goyang High School of Arts and graduated in January 2018.[9] Kim deferred taking the national College Scholastic Ability Test in 2017, and instead decided to focus on her acting career.[10][11]

CareerEdit

2003–2011: Beginnings as a child actressEdit

 
In July 2010

After Kim's acting debut when she was 4, she quickly became one of the most in-demand child actresses in Korea.[12] By the time she was a fifth grader, Kim had already appeared in 13 TV dramas and 15 movies.

In 2008, she received her first acting award as "Best Child Actress" for action-adventure series Iljimae. This was followed by acclaimed performances in Dong Yi (2010) and Flames of Desire (2010).[13] Grudge: The Revolt of Gumiho (2010) marked Kim's first major role that wasn't the childhood counterpart of the female protagonist.[14][15][16]

2012–2014: Rising popularityEdit

She rose to popularity in 2012 when she starred in the fantasy-period drama Moon Embracing the Sun, which reunited Kim with Grudge: The Revolt of Gumiho costar Lee Tae-ri and Iljimae costar Yeo Jin-goo.[17][18] Moon surpassed 40% ratings and gained "national drama" status. In METS, due to her good portrayal of the young protagonist, she received multiple nominations in the 48th Baeksang Arts Awards and she won as Best Young Actress in the 1st K-Drama Star Awards and MBC Drama Awards. She followed this with a well-received turn in May Queen (2012)[17] and a supporting role in the 2013 film Commitment,[19] and family drama Golden Rainbow (2013).[20]

In 2014, Kim's performance as a teenage bully in Thread of Lies drew critical acclaim.[21] She next played a traditional funeral singer (or "gok-bi") in the single-episode Drama Special anthology,[22] and was cast in the horror mystery Room 731, an English-language graduate thesis film by USC filmmaker Young-min Kim.[23] This was followed by a starring role in the period drama Secret Door.[24] Kim also began hosting music show Inkigayo in November 2014 and left the show in April 2016.[25]

2015–present: Transition to lead rolesEdit

 
At a fan-signing event for Love in the Moonlight, October 2016

In 2015, she starred in the television series Angry Mom which tackled bullying and school violence.[26] The same year, she reprised her role as a cat-turned-woman in Love Cells, a two-season web series adapted from the webtoon of the same title and played a murderer's daughter in the thriller film Circle of Atonement.[27][28]

In August 2016, Kim starred in her first adult leading role, alongside Park Bo-gum, in the youth historical drama Love in the Moonlight.[29] A domestic hit, Moonlight achieved peak audience rating of 23.3% and its popularity was referred to as "Moonlight Syndrome".[30][31][32] Kim won "Excellence Award, Actress in a Mid-length Drama" for portraying Moonlight's cross-dressing heroine at the 30th KBS Drama Awards.[33][34]

In 2017, she starred with Cha Tae-hyun in the romantic-comedy film Because I Love You.[35] Kim also had her first overseas fan meeting tour with Taipei, Taiwan as the first stop, at ATT Show Box on February 4, 2017.[36]

In 2018, Kim starred in the romantic-comedy drama Clean with Passion for Now, based on the webtoon of the same name. She plays an employee at a cleaning company who doesn't care about dirtiness.[37]

In 2020, Kim was cast in the romantic-comedy drama, Backstreet Rookie, alongside Ji Chang-wook, based on a webtoon of the same name. She plays the role of a former school bully who becomes a part-time employee at a convenience store.[38] The actress is said to be attending action school in order to perform her own stunts and the production staff stated, “Kim Yoo Jung has been working hard on fight scenes and wire action for her role as Jung Saet Byul. Please anticipate the unique transformation that Kim Yoo Jung will undergo.”[39]

During the SBS Drama Awards 2020 held last December 31, 2020, Kim Yoo Jung was chosen to be the main host together with Shin Dong Yup.[40] At the same event, Kim was awarded the Excellence Actress Award in Miniseries (Fantasy/Romance) for her great portrayal of her role as Jung Saet Byul in the series Backstreet Rookie.[41]

In December 2020, Kim Yoo Jung was confirmed to be the female lead role in the highly anticipated historical-fantasy drama Lovers of the Red Sky adapted from the novel written by Jung Eun-Gwol, the same writer of the novels which were also adapted into hit drama series - Sungkyunkwan Scandal (KBS2, 2010) and Moon Embracing the Sun (MBC, 2012). Kim will be playing the titular role of Hong Chun Gi, the Joseon dynasty’s only female painter who was born blind but miraculously gains vision. She will be working with Ahn Hyo Seop as Ha Ram, a blind astrologer who is able to read the stars despite having lost his sight; Gong Myung as Prince Anpyeong, a free-spirited romantic who goes with the flow and loves poetry, literature, and art; and Kwak Si Yang as Prince Soo Yang, a cruel and ambitious prince determined to be king at all costs.[42][43]

In 2021, Kim appeared in the mystery thriller Netflix film The 8th Night in the role of an enigmatic psychic.[44][45]

Personal lifeEdit

In February 2018, it was revealed that Kim was diagnosed with dysfunctions of the thyroid gland and would take a break from acting.[46]

PhilanthropyEdit

On August 26, 2010, Kim joined the "Kiss of Love" campaign to selling products produced by Seoul Social Welfare Community Chest of Korea using celebrities lip marks, autographs, and caricatures for support the self-reliance and child education of low-income families.[47] In December 2010, Kim Yoo-jung and other 33 Sidus HQ's actors participated to show the beauty of Korea under the theme of Hanbok in a Love Sharing Hanbok Calendar event; the proceeds from sales were donated to Korea Compassion.[48]

On February 2, 2012, Kim and many other actors, opinion leaders, and models took part in the exhibition photography held by Kolon Sport for its 2012 S/S Collection while the modeling fee was decided to be used as a donation, to serve neighbors in need.[49][50] On April 20, Kim gave out t-shirts designed by popular designer Kathleen Kye to participated on smart donation culture held by Samsung Electronics while releasing its smart TV on 'Insight Exhibition' to support Hanbit School for the Blind's students to continue to show their talents,[51][52] meanwhile the donated clothes were delivered to neighbors in need.[53] On May 5, Kim Yoo-jung and Yeo Jin-goo did good deeds and made a voice donation in the documentary narration of 'New Life to Children'—Sookhyun's Picture Diary, a live broadcast on MBC's special program for children with rare incurable diseases, which airs on the Children's Day.[54][55][56]

Kim auctioned an iPhone case during a charity auction event held by Gyeonggi Province and Daum's portal site titled Infinite Care Campaign Auction for Neighborhood Love from January 9th to 16th, 2013. Proceeds from the auction event are used for needy neighbors in Gyeonggi Province.[57][58] On November 23, Kim's attractive pictorials was revealed with the aim of helping around her through steady volunteer work by participated in the fashion magazine Elle's signature charity project Share Happiness. It is a special charity collaboration project consisting of Elle's paper donations, stars' photo talent donations, and brand's relief fund. The donations collected under the name of Share Happiness will be donated in full to help women and children in need in the society.[59]

On August 21, 2014, Kim participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge, a fundraising campaign underway by US ALS Association to develop treatments for "ALS", which is known as Lou Gehrig's disease, and to help patients. Regardless of took an ice water shower, she also made donation to the ALS Association.[60] On October 8, Kim and other top stars representing South Korea made talent donation by recording in the production of campaign song "Talk About Love" to encourage citizens to participate and joined forces to rescue climate refugees in Tanzania and Malawi, Africa, who are dying due to the effects of climate change. This project is jointly planned and supervised by Environment TV, an international relief organization.[61]

On June 1, 2015, it has been confirmed that Kim expressed her intention to donate all of her narration fees to Samhyewon, a Child Welfare Center as she is the voice of Jun-hee for MBC's Human Documentary Love "Jin-sil Eomma II - Hwan-hee and Jun-hee's Adolescence", while in 2014 she also made a precious relationship by donating snacks.[62] On December 2015, actors Lee Ki-woo, Hong Jong-hyun and Kim Yoo-jung have stepped forward to help their neighbors have a warm winter. The three donated 5,600 briquettes as well as delivering briquettes directly to Baeksa Village in Junggyebon-dong, Nowon-gu.[63] On June 7, 2018, Kim was selected for the Ice Bucket Challenge, but donated ₩2,000,000 to the Ice Bucket Challenge fund and ₩100,000 won to the construction fund of Lou Gehrig Care Hospital instead of taking an ice water shower for health (hypothyroidism) reasons. Kim tried to convey her true feelings in a handwritten letter, and exerted a good influence to pay a lot of attention after the construction of the Lou Gehrig Care Hospital.[64][65][66]

In April 2019, Kim made donations to the association to help residents in the affected areas caused by the first-ever large forest fire in Gangwon Province.[67][68] On October, Kim made donations at 2019 Pink Run Seoul National University, a running festival to improve awareness of breast cancer. The full participation fee is donated to the Korea Breast Health Foundation, which is used to support breast cancer patients' surgery and breast cancer screening.[69] On October 27, ChildFund Korea revealed that Kim has become the 229th patron of the Green Noble Club, which is composed of individuals who have donated a large sum of at least ₩100,000,000 (approximately $88,511). Kim, who has become the youngest member to have joined the club, continued to quietly make donations under a different name since her debut, has donated money to help low-income children in need due to COVID-19, and the remainder was used to fund sick children’s medical expenses.[70]

On October 1, 2021, Kim donated 30 million won to support children at risk of crime victims through the Green Umbrella Children’s Foundation. This donation was made on the occasion of Kim’s birthday. It is a meaningful donation to repay the hearts of fans who always send love and support. The donation will be used as an emergency subsidy for living expenses, medical expenses and housing expenses so that children at risk of crime victims can recover their health and boast healthy and brightness.[71]

FilmographyEdit

DiscographyEdit

Year Song Title Notes Ref.
2005 "The Most Beautiful Christmas In My Life" with Lee Byung-joon
2014 "I Love So Much" Love Cells OST [72]
"We're Happy" Digital single [73]
2016 "Together as One"
(with various artists)
Hooxi, The Beginning promotional single [74]

AmbassadorshipEdit

Year Title Notes Ref.
2004 Korea Association of Children's adoptive parents Ambassador [75]
2010 Cheong Wa Dae Children's newspaper Ambassador [76]
Food and Drug Administration (KFDA) Child Ambassador [77]
2012 Korean Youth Ambassador with Lee Tae-ri [78]
Gyeonggi Anti-Child Abuse Ambassador [79]
2013 The 58th Memorial Day Big Tree National Love badge South Korean President Park Geun-hye award [80]
2014 Seoul Tourism Ambassador with Jang Hyuk [81]
9th Conference of the Korean Volunteer Ambassador [82]
2015 6th Korea Sharing Festival with Oh Ji-ho [83]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.
APAN Star Awards 2012 Best Young Actress Moon Embracing the Sun Won [84]
2016 Best New Actress Love in the Moonlight Won [85]
2021 Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Backstreet Rookie Nominated [86]
Asia Artist Awards 2016 Most Popular Actress Love in the Moonlight Nominated [87]
Best Icon Award, Drama Won [88]
Baeksang Arts Awards 2012 Best New Actress – Television Moon Embracing the Sun Nominated
2017 Most Popular Actress (TV) Love in the Moonlight Won [89]
Blue Dragon Film Awards 2014 Best New Actress Thread of Lies Nominated
Fashionista Awards 2016 Best Fashionista – Beauty Category Kim Yoo-jung Nominated [90]
2017 Best Fashionista – Red Carpet Category Nominated [91]
Grand Bell Awards 2006 Best New Actress All for Love Nominated
Herald Donga TV Lifestyle Awards 2012 Style Icon Rookie Kim Yoo-jung Won [92]
KBS Drama Awards 2010 Best Young Actress Grudge: The Revolt of Gumiho Won [93]
Netizen Award, Actress Nominated
Best Couple Award Kim Yoo-jung (with Seo Shin-ae)
Grudge: The Revolt of Gumiho
Nominated
2014 Best Actress in a One-Act/Special Drama Drama Special: The Dirge Singer Nominated
2016 Top Excellence Award, Actress Love in the Moonlight Nominated [94]
Excellence Award, Actress in a Mid-length Drama Won
Best New Actress Nominated
Netizen Award, Actress Nominated
Best Couple Award Kim Yoo-jung (with Park Bo-gum)
Love in the Moonlight
Won
Korea Drama Awards 2012 Best Young Actress Moon Embracing the Sun Nominated
MBC Drama Awards 2010 Best Young Actress Dong Yi, Flames of Desire Won [95]
2012 Moon Embracing the Sun, May Queen Won [96]
Popularity Award Moon Embracing the Sun Nominated
Best Couple Award Kim Yoo-jung (with Yeo Jin-goo)
Moon Embracing the Sun
Nominated
2015 Popularity Award, Actress Angry Mom Nominated
Top 10 Stars Award Won [97]
Mnet 20's Choice Awards 2012 20's Upcoming 20's Moon Embracing the Sun Nominated
Pierson Movie Festival 2012 Best Child Actress Won [98]
2014 Trend Choice Best Actress Kim Yoo-jung Won [99]
SBS Drama Awards 2008 Best Young Actress Iljimae, Painter of the Wind Won [100]
2014 New Star Award Secret Door Won [101]
2020 Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Fantasy/Romance Drama Backstreet Rookie Won [102]
Best Couple Award Kim Yoo-jung (with Ji Chang-wook)
Backstreet Rookie
Nominated [103]
Style Icon Asia 2016 Awesome Teen Award Kim Yoo-jung Won [104]
Yahoo! Asia Buzz Awards Top Buzz Star: Female Won [105]

ListiclesEdit

Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Forbes 2017 Korea Power Celebrity 8th [106]

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