Jun /Jeon Ji Hyun married Choi Joon-hyuk in Jangchung-dong in central Seoul on April 13, 2012 at the Shilla Hotel in Jangchung-dong. More than 600 guests, including celebrities, close friends and family, attended the ceremony. Reporters confirmed that Jeon Ji-hyun had avoided a divorce with her two children. In the event of a divorce, she would receive a severance payment, but there were reports of bad news regarding the brand.
Jun and six other Korean stars (Jung Woo-sung, Kim Sun-a, Jo-in, Sung Ji-jin, Hee Cha Tae-hyun, Yang Jin-woo) were sued in 2006 by the monthly film magazine Screen for using their images without permission.
Jun Ji-Hyun (born March 30, 1981 in Wang Ji-hyun) is a South Korean actress and model known by her English name Gianna Jun. She is a popular South Korean actress best known for her roles in the 2001 comedy My Sassy Girl (2001) and the 2013 TV drama My Love Stars. Born on October 30th, 1981, Wang Ji Hyun took the stage name Jun Ji-hyun when she began her career as a model in 1997.
Jun Ji-hyun has received several awards, including two Grand Bell Awards for the Best Actress and the Daesang Grand Prize in Television at the Baeksang Art Awards.
Jun Ji-hyun became famous for her role as a girl in the 2001 romantic comedy My Sassy Girl (2001), which became one of the most popular Korean comedies of all time. She also starred as Cheon Song-yi in the TV series My Love Stars (2013-2014).
As one of the highest paid Korean actresses in the industry, actress Jun Ji-hyun has built up a huge following during her 24 years in the entertainment industry. I love watching her in amazing roles playing My Sassy Girl in Legend of the Blue Sea.
Actress Jun Ji-hyun has regained media attention as the star of Legends of the Blue Sea. She's also Gianna Jun, but she's best known for looking stunning in her latest campaign for luxury brand Alexander McQueen.
Jun Ji-hyun ( born. October 30, 1981 in Seoul ) is a South Korean actress and model, best known for her role in My Sassy Girl. Her agency, Culture Depot, wants to clarify its position on the June 2 alleged divorce of actress Jun Ji Hyun, which was discussed at the Garo Sero Institute. Jun Ji-hyun, also known as Gianna Jun is a South Korean actress from Culture Depot (Korean theatre production and artist management company).
When Jun Ji-hyun starred in the 1998 drama "Steal My Heart," producer Jong Rok suggested using a pseudonym. The reason was that he felt that the name "Wang Ji-hyun" did not roll off his tongue as easily as other actor names. A celebrity named Song Yi-ji Hyun is one of Korea's most popular actresses, but she is somewhat lonely.
Ju Ji-hoon, Jung Se-sung and Dong Il were part of the high-profile cast. Ji-hyun made a highly anticipated cameo appearance in the final episode of season two, fueling rumors that a third season prequel was in the works with her. The finale was actress Jun Ji-hyun's first television role in four years when she appeared with Lee Min-ho in The Legend of the Blue Sea.
She played the translator Ryun Jung-hee in the South Korean agent thriller The Berlin Files, which was released in cinemas on 31 January 2013 and became a box office hit. The film was not only praised by critics, but also proved that there was no doubt about her status as a leading Korean actress. After a break of more than a decade, she returned to television with the South Korean series My Love Star, which aired for 21 episodes on SBS from December 18, 2013 to February 27, 2014.
In 2014, it earned an estimated 20 billion won in advertising and advertising fees. She felt honoured to be a star whose qualities were recognised by so many people, not just in her own country.
In 1999, she played the character of Lee Jung-jae, an architecture student from 1997. They began exchanging letters through a mysterious magic letterbox, unaware they had been separated for two years.
The film, in which she shared the screen with famed South Korean actor Hwang Jung-min, grossed $38,480,834 at the box office on February 17, 2008. It was attributed to her as Gianna Jun, the westernized name she adopted after the release of the film. At the release of the South Korean film The Man Who Would Be Superman in 2008, she cut off her long silky hair and fell in love with the character of cynical documentary filmmaker Song Soo-jung.
The second season, in the first six episodes, is about defeating the plague and restoring order to the throne. Like the first, the second season offers dramatic moments.