Yoon Young-ah (Korean: 윤영아; born March 15, 1987) is a South Korean actress. Yoon began her career as a child actress, notably in the children's fantasy show Magic Kid Masuri (2002). She began using the stage name Han Ye-in in 2007 when she transitioned to more adult supporting roles in television dramas such as Coffee Prince. In 2011, she reverted to using her real name when she appeared in Dream High.
|Other names||Han Ye-in (한예인) |
Yoon Ji-yoo (윤지유)
|Education||Sejong University - Film Arts|
|Revised Romanization||Yun Yeong-a|
Television series edit
|2000||TV Novel: Promise||young Ji-soo||KBS1|
|2002||MBC Best Theater "Go Until the Winter"||Eun-mi|
|Magic Kid Masuri||Ma Ye-ye||KBS2|
|2004||The Age of Heroes||young Park So-sun||MBC|
|2007||Coffee Prince||Go Eun-sae|
|How to Meet a Perfect Neighbor||Byun Seon||SBS|
|Finding Love||Chae Yi-yeon||MBC Every 1|
|2008||Strongest Chil Woo||Daughter of murdered night
watchman (guest, episode 3)
|2009||Again, My Love||Eun Soo-jin|
|2011||Dream High||Lee Ri-ah|
|2016||Marrying My Daughter Twice||Lee Ga-eun||SBS|
|2017||Love Returns||Jung In-jung||KBS1|
Music video edit
- Son, Yong-ho (18 May 2007). 한예인, "윤영아가 한씨 미녀로 다시 태어납니다" [Han Ye-in, "Yoon Young-ah has been reborn as the beautiful Miss Han"]. OSEN (in Korean). Retrieved 8 June 2015.
- Jo, Dong-seon. 아역배우 윤영아에서 성인연기자 한예인이 [From child actress Yoon Young-ah to adult actress Han Ye-in]. Sejong University Media (in Korean). Retrieved 8 June 2015.