|Birth Date||:||11 January 1982|
|Birth Place||:||Sang-dong, Daegu, South Korea|
Son Ye-jin is a South Korean actress. She rose to fame in romance-themed films and television series such as The Classic, Summer Scent, A Moment to Remember, and April Snow.
A Moment to Remember [5 November 2004 (South Korea)]
A Moment to Remember is a 2004 South Korean film based on the 2001 Japanese television drama Pure Soul. It stars Son Ye-jin and Jung Woo-sung and follows the theme of discovery in a relationship and the burdens of loss caused by Alzheimer's disease. The film was released on November 5, 2004 in South Korea.
April Snow [7 September 2005 (South Korea)]
A man and woman meet after their adulterous spouses are involved in a car accident.
Bad Guys Always Die [3 June 2000 (South Korea)]
A drunken driver (Kim Seung-woo) collides with a schoolgirl (Yun Mi-jo) who has supernatural powers that are swiftly growing out of control.
Be with You 
Blood and Ties [21 December 2005 (South Korea)]
A man and woman have great success in all of their dating pursuits. The woman uses her dating rules and fakes a car accident to capture the guy's attention, but she can't get him to succumb to her charm.
Into the White Night [5 November 2009 (South Korea)]
Friends since childhood, three young professionals struggle with their compulsions -- schizophrenia, sex addiction, and infidelity.
Lovers' Concerto [15 August 2002 (South Korea)]
A young man (Cha Tae-hyeon) remembers the complex relationship he formed with two teenage girls (Lee Eun-ju, Son Ye-jin).
My Wife Got Married [23 October 2008 (South Korea)]
My Wife Got Married is a 2008 South Korean film. Directed by Jeong Yoon-soo and starring Kim Joo-hyuk and Son Ye-jin in the lead roles, the film is adapted from a bestselling novel of the same name by Park Hyun-wook.
Open City [10 January 2008 (South Korea)]
The leader (Son Ye-jin) of a pickpocket ring tries to recruit a veteran thief.
Painted Fire [10 May 2002 (South Korea)]
Jang Seung-Up (Choi Min-sik) is a Korean peasant and a gifted artist. Upper-class Kim Byung-Moon (Ahn Sung-ki) discovers Jang and, recognizing his talent for painting, agrees to become his patron. As a result, Jang's skills continue to develop and his profile rises. He falls in love with Mae-Hyang (You Ho-Jeong), but class differences keep them apart. When Jang learns Mae-Hyang has married, he succumbs to a self-destructive downward spiral of alcoholism and womanizing.… MORE
Secret Tears [25 January 2007 (South Korea)]
A young fox who was raised by aliens disguises herself as a human and finds that she likes her new form.
The Art of Seduction [26 November 2015 (Singapore)]
Bad Guys Always Die is a 2015 suspense crime action comedy film directed by Sun Hao. A China-South Korea-Hong Kong co-production, the film was released in China on November 27, 2015 and in South Korea on January 7, 2016.
The Classic [30 January 2003 (South Korea)]
A college student (Son Ye-jin) finds a diary detailing a long-ago love triangle involving her mother, her future father, and his best friend (Jo Seung-woo).
The Last Princess [9 September 2016 (USA)]
Princess Deokhye is taken to Japan as a hostage. As she struggles to maintain hope, her childhood friend travels to Japan on a mission to bring her back to Korea.
The Negotiation [19 September 2018 (South Korea)]
An ace crisis negotiator attempts to figure out the real motivation of a man who has kidnapped two people and crack his calm demeanour.
The Pirates [28 February 2008 (South Korea)]
Miracle of a Giving Fool is a 2008 South Korean film. Based on a popular webtoon, the film was directed by Kim Jung-kwon, and stars Cha Tae-hyun and Ha Ji-won in the lead roles.
The Tower [25 December 2012 (South Korea)]
Tower Sky, a luxurious building complex, has organised a lavish Christmas party for its VIP guests. However, things go awry when a fire breaks out and thousands of lives are endangered.
The Truth Beneath [14 June 2016 (South Korea)]
For 15 days, a politician and his wife navigate a scandal after their daughter goes missing on the eve of the national elections.
- 11 January 1982.
- Sang-dong, Daegu, South Korea.
- South Korean.
- 1.65 m.