Gong Hyo-jin

Gong Hyo-jin
Name : Gong Hyo-jin
Gong Hyo-jin
Birth Date : 4 April 1980
Birth Place : Sinwol-dong
Nationality : South Korean
Height : 1.72 m
Occupation : Actress

Gong Hyo-jin is a South Korean actress. She is best known for her leading role in the film Crush and Blush, as well as for her popular television series Sang Doo! Lets Go to School, Thank You, Pasta, The Greatest Love, Masters Sun, Its Okay, Thats Love, The Producers, and Dont Dare to Dream.


Gong Hyo-jin Movies and TV Shows

  • A Single Rider [22 February 2017 (South Korea)]

    A disgraced businessman travels to Australia in the hope of reconnecting with his estranged family.

  • An Indiscreet Wife, A Checkered Husband And A Taekwondo Girl [6 December 2002 (South Korea)]

  • Beautiful 2012 [24 March 2012]

  • Boomerang Family [9 May 2013 (South Korea)]

    Three problematic siblings are forced to live together with their elderly mother, but as they're not children anymore, anything could happen.

  • Conduct Zero [14 November 2002 (South Korea)]

    A teen (Ryu Seung-beom) who is more brag than brawn must prove his mettle in a public fight with a rival from another school.

  • Crazy Romance [2 October 2019 (South Korea)]

  • Crush and Blush [16 October 2008 (South Korea)]

    An unpopular high-school teacher tries to stop a blossoming romance between two other teachers.

  • Dachimawa Lee [13 August 2008 (South Korea)]

    Armed with gadgets and martial arts moves, secret agent Dachimawa Lee has to retrieve a golden Buddha statue after it falls into the wrong hands.

  • Door Lock [5 December 2018 (South Korea)]

    Door Lock is a 2018 South Korean thriller drama film directed by Lee Kwon. The film stars Gong Hyo-jin, Kim Ye-won and Kim Sung-oh. It was released on December 5, 2018. The movie is based on the 2011 Spanish movie Sleep Tight.

  • Emergency Act 19 [12 July 2002 (South Korea)]

    Emergency Act 19 is a satirical 2002 South Korean film about a government act that prohibits popular music, passed in response to a number of musicians being elected to government elsewhere in the world. It is notable for the numerous K-pop stars that make appearances in the film.

  • Family Ties [18 May 2006 (South Korea)]

    Family Ties is the second film by South Korean director Kim Tae-yong. Mismarketed as a slapstick comedy through its promotional posters, the film is actually a generation-to-generation view of two families through love and life.

  • Guns & Talks [12 October 2001 (South Korea)]

    Four unlikely assassins question their assignments because they genuinely care about their customers and victims. However, they attract police attention and a prosecutor is on their trail.

  • Heaven's Soldiers [14 July 2005 (South Korea)]

    Heaven's Soldiers is a 2005 South Korean period action-comedy film directed by Min Joon-ki. It combines elements of several genres such as war films, time travel and historical drama.

  • Hit-and-Run Squad []

  • Last Present [9 September 2000 (South Korea)]

    Two North Korean soldiers are killed in the border area between North and South Korea, prompting an investigation by a neutral body. Sgt. Lee Soo-hyeok (Lee Byung-Hun) is the shooter, but lead investigator Maj. Sophie E. Jean (Lee Yeong-ae), a Swiss-Korean woman, receives differing accounts from the two sides. Lee claims he fired in self-defense after getting wounded, while a North Korean survivor says it was a premeditated attack -- leaving Jean with her work cut out for her.… MORE

  • Love Fiction [29 February 2012 (South Korea)]

    Love Fiction is a 2012 South Korean romantic comedy film written and directed by Jeon Kye-soo, and starring Ha Jung-woo and Gong Hyo-jin.

  • M [25 October 2007 (South Korea)]

    A hallucinating writer cannot remember if the woman he fell in love with is real or in his imagination.

  • Memento Mori [24 December 1999 (South Korea)]

    A young girl finds a strange diary, capable of arousing hallucinations, kept by two of her senior fellow-students who seem to have an unusually close bond.

  • Missing [30 November 2016 (South Korea)]

    Missing is 2016 South Korean mystery film starring Uhm Ji-won and Gong Hyo-jin. It was released on November 30, 2016.

  • My Son [1 May 2007 (South Korea)]

    My Son is a 2007 South Korean film written and directed by Jang Jin, starring Cha Seung-won and Ryu Deok-hwan. For his performance, Cha won Best Actor at the 15th Chunsa Film Art Awards in 2007. Alternate titles are A Day with My Son and One Day with My Son.

  • Proj. Get-up-and-go []

  • Project 577 [30 August 2012]

  • Read My Lips [24 May 2010 (South Korea)]

  • Rolling Home with a Bull [3 November 2010 (South Korea)]

    A farmer's son steals his father's prized bull and drives the animal around the countryside in search of a buyer.

  • Sisters on the Road [23 April 2009 (South Korea)]

    Sisters on the Road is a South Korean independent film written and directed by Boo Ji-young, and starring Shin Mina and Gong Hyo-jin. Filming was in 2007 and its world premiere was at the 2008 Pusan International Film Festival. It was released in South Korean theaters in 2009.

  • Surprise [5 July 2002 (South Korea)]

  • Volcano High [5 December 2001 (South Korea)]

    Kim is expelled from his eighth school and finds himself at Volcano High where students fight to possess a treasured ancient document. Kim, who must resist from using his Chi, is caught in the middle.

  • You Are More Than Beautiful [2012 (Hong Kong)]

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QA About Gong Hyo-jin

What is birthdate of Gong Hyo-jin?

- 4 April 1980.

What is BirthPlace of Gong Hyo-jin?

- Sinwol-dong.

What is Nationality of Gong Hyo-jin?

- South Korean.

What is Height of Gong Hyo-jin?

- 1.72 m.

What is Age of Gong Hyo-jin?

- 41.

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