Yoon Young-ah (Korean윤영아; 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.[1][2] In 2011, she reverted to using her real name when she appeared in Dream High.

Yoon Young-ah
Born (1987-03-15) March 15, 1987 (age 36)
Other namesHan Ye-in (한예인)
Yoon Ji-yoo (윤지유)
EducationSejong University - Film Arts
Years active2000–present
AgentHinge Entertainment
Korean name
Revised RomanizationYun Yeong-a
McCune–ReischauerYun Yŏng-a

Filmography edit

Television series edit

Year Title Role Network
2000 TV Novel: Promise young Ji-soo KBS1
2001 Four Sisters MBC
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
Winter Bird Yoo-ra MBC
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

Year Song Title Artist
2007 "Sunshower" J-Walk

References edit

  1. ^ 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.
  2. ^ 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.

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