Gong Hyo Jin is a popular South Korean actress. Born on April 4, 1980, she moved with her mother and younger brother to Australia when she was a junior in high school, while her father stayed behind in Korea to support the family. Gong Hyo Jin’s family returned to Korea in 1997 after only three years due to the IMF crisis, and Gong Hyo Jin began to work as a model before making her acting debut in the 1999 film “Momento Mori.” After getting critical acclaim for her role, she went on stardom and garnered many Best Actress awards for her roles in hit films and television dramas, including “Sang-doo! Let’s Go to School” (2003), “Crush and Blush” (2008), “Pasta” (2010), “The Greatest Love” (2011), “Master’s Sun” (2013) and “It’s Okay, That’s Love” (2014). She is set to star in “Producers” in 2015. Gong Hyo Jin published a collection of essays on the environment in 2010 and it became a bestseller. Considered a fashion icon, Gong Hyo Jin also has collaborated with several shoes and clothing brands.
Born: Apr 4, 1980 (age 39)
Star Sign: Aries
Height: 172 cm
Talent Agency: SOOP Management (Korea)