Han Hyo-joo Age, Height, Bio, Wiki, Family, Career, Awards & Boyfriends

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Han Hyo-joo Age: 35 years

Han Hyo-joo Age, Bio & Wiki:

Han Hyo-joo is an excellent South Korean film and TV on-screen actress. She is most popular for her roles in Dong Yi (2010) and W (2016). Her best performance won 34th Blue Dragon Film Awards. She was born on 22 February 1987. Presently, Han Hyo-joo age is 35 years

Early Life, Family Info & Education:

Han Hyo-joo was born in Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, South Korea. Her mom was a grade teacher before turning into an overseer for government funded schools, and her dad was an aviation based armed forces official. As a kid, she was acceptable in sports, especially olympic style events. In her sophomore year of secondary school, she moved to Seoul and went to Bulgok High School, in spite of the complaints of her severe and preservationist father. She at that point entered Dongguk University, where she joined the theater and film office.


She started her acting caree in the sitcom Nonstop 5 and the hoodlum satire film My Boss, My Teacher. Han later raised her profile by featuring in Spring Waltz, the fourth and last portion of TV executive Yoon Seok-ho’s “season dramatization” arrangement. In 2010, Han assumed the main personality in MBC’s 49th commemoration venture Dong Yi, The arrangement turned into a hit during its run both locally and across Asia. Han won a few acting honors for her depiction of Choi Suk-container, including the Daesang (Grand Prize) grant at MBC Drama Awards and the pined for Best Actress grant at Baeksang Arts Awards.

In 2015, Han featured in the melodic biopic C’est Si Bon, which delineated the high points and low points of the people music bunch Twin Folio, which was dynamic from the 1960s to 80s. This was trailed by lighthearted comedy film The Beauty Inside, where Han’s character begins to look all starry eyed at a man who changes to various individuals consistently. In 2016, Han comes back to the little screen with MBC’s dream anticipation arrangement W close by Lee Jong-suk. Helmed by chief Jung Dae-yoon who coordinated She Was Pretty and essayist Song Jae-jung whose past works incorporate Nine: Nine Time Travels and Queen In-hyun’s Man, desires rises when this additionally denotes Han’s little screen rebound following 6 years. She won the Top Excellence grant at the fifth APAN Star Awards and MBC Drama Awards for her presentation in W.

In 2018, Han featured in the action thriller Golden Slumber close by Kang Dong-won. That year, she rejoined with Kang as the female lead in science fiction activity spine chiller Illang: The Wolf Brigade, in view of the Japanese vivified flick of a similar name. In 2019, Han was affirmed as a feature of the primary cast of American TV arrangement Treadstone, a branch from Universal’s Bourne establishment. In 2020, Han was cast in a Japanese activity movie Taiyo wa Ugokanai (“The Sun Does Not Move”), coordinated by Eiichiro Hasumi. In view of the novel of a similar name, Han plays an equivocal covert operative who makes a trip over the world to deal with demands.

Movies List:

  • My Boss, My Teacher (2006) (Yoo Mi-jung)
  • Ride Away (2008) (Im Ha-jung)
  • Heaven’s Postman (2009) (Jo Hana / Saki)
  • Always (2011) (Ha Jeong-hwa)
  • Love 911 (2012) (Mi-soo)
  • Cold Eyes (2013) (Ha Yoon-ju)
  • View of Mount Myohyang (2014) (Oh Yeong-ran)
  • The Beauty Inside (2015) (Yi-soo)
  • Love, Lies (2016) (Jung So-yul)
  • Golden Slumber (2018) (Sun-young)
  • The Wolf Brigade (2018) (Lee Yoon-hee)
  • The Sun Does Not Move (2020) (Ayako)

Television Shows / Serials:

  • Nonstop 5 (2005) (Han Hyo-joo)
  • Spring Waltz (2006) (Seo)
  • Heaven & Earth (2007) (Suk Ji-soo)
  • Brilliant Legacy (2009) (Go Eun-sung)
  • Soul Special (2009) (Jin Mi-ah)
  • Dong YI (2010) (Choi Dong-yi)
  • W (2016) (Oh Yeon-joo)
  • Treadstone (2019) (So-yun)

Winning Awards List:

  • 9th Miss Binggrae Smile Pageant Awards
  • 20th Singapore International Film Festival Awards
  • 24th Korea Best Dressed Swan Awards
  • KBS Drama Awards
  • 1st Korea Jewelry Awards
  • 3rd Mnet 20’s Choice Awards
  • 5th Seoul International Drama Awards
  • 3rd Korea Drama Awards
  • 1st Hong Kong Cable TV Awards
  • 47th Baeksang Arts Awards
  • 22nd Buil Film Awards
  • 34th Blue Dragon Film Awards
  • 4th Korean Film Actor’s Association Awards
  • 5th APAN Star Awards