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2013.05.06 Happy Birthday Moon Geun Young ♥
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2011.07.30 Moon Geun Young Talk in 60 Seconds Corner @ Fanmeeting (eng sub)
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Moon Geun Young and Kim Bum BTS
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140414 Moon Geun Young & Other - VIP首映后NamooActors聚会
140414 Moon Geun Young & Other - VIP首映后NamooActors聚会
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Kim Bum & Moon Geun Young - A chi mi dice
Kim Bum & Moon Geun Young - A chi mi dice
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Moon Geun Young and Kim Bum Dating (English Subtitles)
Moon Geun Young and Kim Bum Dating (English Subtitles)
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Jang Geun Suk say you love Moon Geun Young (Confession of a Friend)
Jang Geun Suk say you love Moon Geun Young (Confession of a Friend)
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Showdance with Park Shin Hye & Moon Geun Young
Showdance with Park Shin Hye & Moon Geun Young
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Moon Geun Young 4th Fanmeeting Comma - Cookie Video (eng sub)
Moon Geun Young 4th Fanmeeting Comma - Cookie Video (eng sub)
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Moon Geun Young (Daesang Award) - 2008 SBS Drama Awards
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[문근영] 마리끌레르 5월호 화보 촬영 스케치 (MOON GEUN YOUNG)
[문근영] 마리끌레르 5월호 화보 촬영 스케치 (MOON GEUN YOUNG)
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Perfect Couple - Moon Geun Young & Kim Bum
Perfect Couple - Moon Geun Young & Kim Bum
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[Fancam] 121001 Moon Geun Young Chats With Fans While Filming for Running Man (eng sub)
[Fancam] 121001 Moon Geun Young Chats With Fans While Filming for Running Man (eng sub)
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Jang Geun Suk ♡ Moon Geun Young - Only One ♡
Jang Geun Suk ♡ Moon Geun Young - Only One ♡
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2008 SBS Best Couple Acting Awards- Moon Geun Young & Moon Chae Won
2008 SBS Best Couple Acting Awards- Moon Geun Young & Moon Chae Won
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Moon Geunyoung First love MV
Moon Geunyoung First love MV
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Eng Sub) Jang Keun-Suk Interview Mary Stayed Out All Night with Moon Geun Young
Eng Sub) Jang Keun-Suk Interview Mary Stayed Out All Night with Moon Geun Young
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[Vietsub Perf] The Sound Of The Wind - Moon Geun Young (Kim Jung Eun Chocolate Cut)
[Vietsub Perf] The Sound Of The Wind - Moon Geun Young (Kim Jung Eun Chocolate Cut)
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Showbiz Korea - SONG KANG-HO, YOO AH-IN & MOON GEUN-YOUNG IN A NEW MOVIE 송강호&유아인&문근영,
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Cinderella
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【TVPP】Taecyeon(2PM) - Be Acquainted with Moon Geun-young, 택연(2PM) - 문근영과 친분 @ The Radio Star
【TVPP】Taecyeon(2PM) - Be Acquainted with Moon Geun-young, 택연(2PM) - 문근영과 친분 @ The Radio Star
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Kim Bum and Moon Geun Young in love for real
Kim Bum and Moon Geun Young in love for real
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2005 Shinhwa Ivy Club Interview with Moon Geun Young
2005 Shinhwa Ivy Club Interview with Moon Geun Young
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Moon Geun Young & Kim Bum return Korea from Europe
Moon Geun Young & Kim Bum return Korea from Europe
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design by  Moon Geun Young
design by Moon Geun Young
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ShowDance Again with Park Shin Hye and Moon Geun Young
ShowDance Again with Park Shin Hye and Moon Geun Young
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Moon Geun Young special
Moon Geun Young special
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Cheongdam-dong Alice Making Film - Moon Geun Young Has Fun Posing for Photos with Production Crew
Cheongdam-dong Alice Making Film - Moon Geun Young Has Fun Posing for Photos with Production Crew
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Kim Bum & Moon Geun Young - Thousand Years Of Love
Kim Bum & Moon Geun Young - Thousand Years Of Love
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Showbiz Korea Ep846 SONG KANG-HO, YOO AH-IN & MOON GEUN-YOUNG IN A NEW MOVIE 송강호&유아인&문근영,
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Jang Geun Suk & Moon Geun Young moments @ KBS Awards Part 2
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Running Moon Geun Young 1999-2013
Running Moon Geun Young 1999-2013
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Jang Geun Suk & Moon Geun Young ~Cute n' Adorable Moments~
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Moon Geun Young & Choi Woo Hyuk interview 2000
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Top Excellence Actress Award - Moon Geun Young - KBS Awards
Top Excellence Actress Award - Moon Geun Young - KBS Awards
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2004.06.07 Moon Geun Young @ 41st Grand Bell Film Awards (eng sub)
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Moon Geun Young - Design
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Moon Geun young and Chun Jung Myung BTS KISS
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Park Shi Hoo and Moon Geun Young
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(장근석 문근영) GeunGeun Couple ~ Everlasting by Moon Geun Young, Jang Geun Suk
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Moon Geun Young Gwiyomi~
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This is a Korean name; the family name is Moon.
Moon Geun-young
Moon Geun-young on December 31 2010 (4) (Cropped).jpg
Moon Geun-young at the 2010 KBS Drama Awards
Born (1987-05-06) May 6, 1987 (age 27)
Gwangju, South Korea
Nationality South Korean
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997–present
Agent Namoo Actors
Korean name
Hangul 문근영
Hanja
Revised Romanization Mun Geun-yeong
McCune–Reischauer Mun Kŭnyŏng

Moon Geun-young (born May 6, 1987) is a South Korean actress. Affectionately called "the nation's little sister," Moon began modeling at the age of 12, then made her acting debut in 1999 as a child actress. She first rose to stardom through her role as the young Eun-suh in the hugely popular television drama series Autumn in My Heart (2000), followed by a well-received turn in Kim Ji-woon's critically acclaimed horror film A Tale of Two Sisters (2003). Moon solidified her star status by headlining the box-office hits My Little Bride in 2004 and Innocent Steps in 2005. In 2008, she became the youngest recipient of a Grand Prize ("Daesang") which she won for the period drama Painter of the Wind.[1]

Career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Before her acting debut on a television drama series, Moon filmed several commercials and modeled for various magazines. She started modeling at the age of 12, and first appeared onscreen on the 1999 documentary drama On the Road directed by Choi Jae-eun. In 2000, Moon became the biggest teen star in the country at the age of 13 when she played a school girl in sentimental TV drama Autumn in My Heart. It was a hit in Korea and won over viewers in other parts of Asia. She won the Best Young Actor/Actress award at the 2000 KBS Drama Awards for her role, together with costar Choi Woo-hyuk.[2]

Following her early success, she returned to the screen in 2001 as the young Empress Myeongseong (Lee Mi-yeon played the adult version) on the popular historical drama Empress Myeongseong. During that year, she also made a guest appearance in the SBS medical drama Medical Center.

Moon's film debut was in a supporting role as Cha Tae-hyun's younger sister, Lee Ji-yoon, in Lovers' Concerto (2002).

Stardom[edit]

She was launched as a major star with her role in Kim Ji-woon's critically acclaimed horror film A Tale of Two Sisters (2003), in which she played the younger sister Su-yeon. A Tale of Two Sisters ranks among the highest-grossing Korean horror films and was the first to be screened in American theaters.

In 2004, Moon headlined the romantic comedy film My Little Bride. It was the second most popular Korean film of the year, behind the blockbuster hit Taegukgi. In the film, Seo Bo-eun is an ordinary high school girl who worries about grades and has a crush on her school's baseball team ace, Jung-woo. One day, Bo-eun's grandfather orders her to marry Sang-min (Kim Rae-won) because of a pact he made with Sang-min's grandfather during the Korean War. Despite the grandchildren's opposition, they are forced to marry because it was Bo-eun's grandfather's wish to see them married before he died. So, Bo-eun's undercover married life begins: She pretends that she doesn't have a husband and starts dating Jung-woo. Boeun believes that she can manage both men and live a double life. Everything goes smoothly until Sang-min is assigned to work at Bo-eun's high school as a student teacher.[3][4]

Following the release of My Little Bride, the press gave her the title "the nation's little sister" (Gukmin yeo-dong-saeng), brought on by her cute, girlish younger-than-her-age looks, sweet and innocent image, quality acting, exemplary school record, and charitable deeds.[5][6]

In 2005, Moon starred in her subsequent film Innocent Steps where she played the role of Jang Chae-rin, an ethnic Korean living in China, who finds herself to be a complete fish out of water after moving to South Korea.[7] When her sister bows out of a dummy marriage to a champion dance instructor, Chae-rin decides to travel to Seoul herself and impersonate her sister. Once in South Korea, she meets Na Young-sae (Park Gun-hyung), who has agreed to the sham marriage for the sole purpose of locating a new dance partner. But when Chae-rin's secret and her lack of dancing experience is revealed, Young-sae wants to send his new bride back. Eventually, however, he has second thoughts and decides that his only hope is to train this wide-eyed novice himself. Of course, the practices start off as purely professional, but as Chae-rin begins to dedicate herself to the art of dancing, a connection between the newlyweds begin to take shape. Chae-rin's youthful exuberance and folksy way of speaking eventually charms Young-sae's hardened heart.

Innocent Steps was a hit, and its success along with My Little Bride established Moon as a genuine box office draw. In 2005, Moon ranked first on the star power list among actresses in the Korean film industry, who can mobilize the greatest number of fans, and sell tickets on the sole basis of the actor's name alone.[8] Moon and actor Jo Seung-woo also received the 2005 Good Model Award from the Korea Advertisers Association; 200 members voted for the winners based on how much they contributed to boosting the sales of products and enhancing the image of advertisers.[9]

In 2006, Moon starred in the movie Love Me Not, a Korean big-screen remake of popular Japanese TV drama Ai nante iranee yo, natsu ("I Don't Need Love, Summer"), where she played the character of Ryu Min, a cold-hearted blind heiress.[10] Min slowly opens up herself to Julian (played by Kim Joo-hyuk), a con artist pretending to be her long-lost brother, as he, too, falls for her. However, Julian owes his creditor millions of won in debt and Min's illness that took her eyesight as a child relapses, threatening her life. Later that year, Moon and veteran actor Ahn Sung-ki hosted the 2006 Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF), the biggest international film festival in South Korea.[11]

Acting acclaim[edit]

In 2008, Moon returned to television in the period epic Painter of the Wind, in which she played the lead role of Shin Yun-bok, a painter who disguises herself as a man and becomes mentored by the master Kim Hong-do (played by Park Shin-yang).[12] Shin was a real-life historical figure, a painter who lived during the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) and was known for his realistic and delicate depictions of daily life.[13] Moon won acting acclaim for her performance, including Best Actress at the 2008 Grimae Awards (presented by the Korean Broadcasting Directors Association), Best TV Actress at the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards, and the Daesang ("Grand Prize") at the 2008 SBS Drama Awards, making her the youngest recipient of a Daesang in the drama awards history of all three networks.

In 2010, Moon played a young woman running a makgeolli brewery in Cinderella's Sister, a modern fairy tale retelling of the contentious relationship between two stepsisters (opposite Seo Woo).[14][15][16][17] Later in the year, she starred in the romantic comedy Mary Stayed Out All Night (also known as Marry Me, Mary!), in which she played Wi Mae-ri, a girl who enters into a fake marriage contract with a Hongdae indie rocker (played by Jang Keun-suk).[18][19]

2010 also marked the year she made her theater debut, in the Korean staging of Patrick Marber's play Closer.[20] She caused a stir as the strip dancing, promiscuous Alice, opposite Um Ki-joon's Dan.[21][22]

She then played a struggling young designer who decides that success will more easily be attained if she seduces a second-generation chaebol (played by Park Si-hoo) into marriage, in the TV drama Cheongdam-dong Alice (2012).[23][24]

In 2013, Moon starred in Goddess of Fire, in which she played Yoo Jung, a character based on Baek Pa-sun, the first female potter and porcelain artist of the Joseon Dynasty. This was her second time to do a historical drama (or sageuk), five years after Painter of the Wind.[25][26]

Moon will make her long-awaited return to the big screen in Lee Joon-ik's upcoming period film Sado, in which she plays Lady Hyegyeong, the wife of the titular character.[27][28]

Personal life[edit]

Moon's grandfather is Ryu Nak-jin, a teacher-turned-political prisoner. Ryu was a pro-North Korea guerrilla fighter operating around Gwangju, a traditional progressive stronghold, before he was jailed at the end of the Korean War. He was released but imprisoned again on charges of spying for North Korea in 1971 when then authoritarian government of Park Chung-hee apprehended more than 150 such suspected spies. He was released on a special amnesty in 1999, and died of old age in 2005.[29]

Moon read the eulogy during the funeral of actress Lee Eun-joo on February 22, 2005. Moon belonged to the same management agency as Lee.[30]

Moon graduated from Gwangju Gukje High School in February 2006. In March 2006, she entered Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul. Moon is known for being a diligent student and has a solid attendance record, a rarity among Korean celebrities in college.[31] She is currently on her final semester majoring in Korean Language and Literature.[32][33]

Their agencies confirmed that Moon dated her Goddess of Fire co-star Kim Bum for seven months, from October 2013 to April 2014.[34][35][36][37][38] Not long after agencies of both actors confirmed the news stating: "They did break up not too long ago but have decided to remain good friends and supportive colleagues".

Charity[edit]

Morning Reading[edit]

Moon donated close to ₩100 million to Morning Reading, a non-profit organization that promotes reading books.[39] She gave ₩4.3 million in 2005, ₩4 million in 2006 and ₩70 million in 2007. Moon made the contributions secretly through her mother, Ryu Seon-young, but her good deeds became known when Morning Reading revealed its 2007 account information online.

Haenam Children's Center[edit]

Moon donated about ₩300 million in 2006 to a learning center for poor children in Haenam County, South Jeolla Province, near her hometown of Gwangju.[40] Bae Yo-seop opened an after-school study room for children from poor or single-parent families to study there for free in 2002. The program was facing closure in October 2006 when the landlord told Bae that the house would be sold. A new building, equipped with library, computer room, bathhouse and dining room was built on the land. The ₩200 million expense was also covered by Moon. Moon also paid an unannounced visit to their classrooms.

Community Chest of Korea[edit]

Moon donated more than ₩850 million over the last ten years to the Community Chest of Korea, a nationwide network of 16 nonprofit fundraising organizations, becoming the biggest individual donor. Moon had wanted to remain an anonymous donor, but the organization was pressured by a media frenzy to identify her.[41] Her donations were used to build children's libraries and subsidize hospital costs for children suffering from leukemia or cancer. Apart from the Community Chest of Korea, Moon has also given several hundred millions of won to scholarship foundations.[42]

Because of her charitable activities, particularly for the Community Chest of Korea, Moon was selected among 100 people that "lit up the world" in 2008 in a survey conducted by the Korea Green Foundation.[43]

Hangeul Library in Sydney[edit]

Moon again showed her generosity by building a Korean library for young Korean expatriates in Australia. Working with the Lindfield Korean School in Sydney, the actress donated ₩100 million towards construction of a permanent Korean library (called the Hangeul Library) and also donated 10,000 books to over 40 Korean schools scattered across the city. Moon has been donating books with her own money since 2006, when she saw during a visit to her relatives in Australia how young Korean students there did not have enough books or places to learn Korean.[44]

Donated Haenam Children's Center to NGO Group[edit]

In April 2009, Moon donated the Haenam Children's Center to be used as a study room for poor students to the NGO group Good People, an international charity group of UN UCOSCO special consultative status aiming to improve self-sustainability and eradicate extreme poverty through restoration of self-esteem using the principles of human dignity and equality at a global level.[45][46]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
1999 On The Way (documentary)
2002 Lovers' Concerto Lee Ji-yoon
2003 A Tale of Two Sisters Bae Su-yeon
2004 My Little Bride Seo Bo-eun
2005 Innocent Steps Jang Chae-rin
2006 Love Me Not Ryu Min
2015 Sado Lady Hyegyeong

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1999 Burnt Rice Teacher and Seven Potatoes Han Mi-soo KBS2
2000 Autumn in My Heart young Yoon/Choi Eun-suh KBS2
Medical Center dying young singer
(guest appearance, episode 15)
SBS
2001 Empress Myeongseong Min Ja-yeong
(young Empress Myeongseong)
KBS2
Life is Beautiful young Yoo Hee-jung KBS2
2003 Wife Han Min-ju KBS2
2008 Painter of the Wind Shin Yun-bok SBS
2010 Cinderella's Sister Go Eun-jo/Song Eun-jo KBS2
Mary Stayed Out All Night Wi Mae-ri KBS2
2012 Cheongdam-dong Alice Han Se-kyung SBS
2013 Goddess of Fire Yoo Jung MBC

Variety show appearances[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
1997 TV Brings Love KBS with Lee Min-woo, Park Jae-hong,
Park Yong-woo
2000-2001 Music Camp MBC VJ
Gwangju Broadcasting Station Quiz Champ KBC Woo-san Junior High School episode
2000 Free Saturday KBS with Choi Woo-hyuk
Jung Euna's Good Morning SBS
2001 Son Chang-min & Kim Won-hee's 3 Days of Love iTV
2003 Fairytale World Dreams KBS MC
2004 Park Soo-hong & Yoon Jung-soo's Love House MBC Jinju Joong-ang High School episode
Golden Bell Challenge KBS Gwangju International High School episode
2005 Yashimanman SBS Interview with Jang Keun-suk
Yashimanman SBS with Park Gun-hyung
e-learning Championship Final iTV guest MC
2006 Yashimanman SBS with Kim Joo-hyuk
2009 SBS Drama Awards SBS Co-host
2010 Happy Together Season 3 KBS2 Episodes 142-143 with Chun Jung-myung, Taecyeon, Seo Woo
2011 Hong Eun-hee's Music Town Radio
2012 Running Man SBS Episodes 114-115

Theater[edit]

Year Title Role
2010 Closer Alice

Commercials/Ambassador[edit]

Year Product/Event Role
2003-2005 Petitzel Spokesmodel
2003 Gwangju Kimchi Festival Ambassador
2003-2004 Gwangju International Film Festival Ambassador
2004 Korean e-Learning Initiative Ambassador
Young Voter's Campaign Ambassador
2004-2005 Empas Spokesmodel
Ivy Club Spokesmodel
2004-2006 VOV Cosmetics Spokesmodel
2005 2% Water Spokesmodel
National Election Commission Ambassador
2005-2006 Viki Spokesmodel
2005-2009 Mr. Pizza Spokesmodel
2007-2009 Pink Ribbon (Breast cancer awareness) Ambassador
Innisfree Spokesmodel
2009 Bulgaris Yogurt Spokesmodel
2009-2010 Love Tree Project Ambassador
2010-2011 Basic House Korea and China Spokesmodel
2012 Vita 500 Spokesmodel

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1999 Edubox Kones Award N/A N/A Won
2000 KBS Drama Awards Best Young Actress Autumn in My Heart Won
2003 24th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best New Actress A Tale of Two Sisters Won
2004 41st Grand Bell Awards Popularity Award My Little Bride Won
Best New Actress Won
12th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best New Actress Won
25th Blue Dragon Film Awards Popular Star Award Won
3rd Korean Film Awards Best New Actress Nominated
6th Mnet Asian Music Awards Best OST "I Don't Know About Love Yet"
(My Little Bride)
Nominated
2005 42nd Grand Bell Awards Popularity Award Innocent Steps Won
Best Actress Nominated
2006 29th Golden Cinematography Awards Best Actress Won
2007 44th Grand Bell Awards Best Actress Love Me Not Won
2008 21st Grimae Awards Best Actress Painter of the Wind Won
SBS Drama Awards Best Couple Award with Moon Chae-won Won
Top 10 Stars Won
Top Excellence Award, Actress Nominated
Daesang (Grand Prize) Won
2009 4th Seoul International Drama Awards Popularity Award Won
Best Actress Nominated
45th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (TV) Won
2010 Golden Ticket Award Closer Won
Yahoo! Asia Buzz Awards Female Buzz Star Award Mary Stayed Out All Night Won
KBS Drama Awards Best Couple Award with Jang Keun-suk Won
Best Couple Award with Chun Jung-myung Cinderella's Sister Nominated
Popularity Award Won
Netizens' Award, Actress Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Mid-length Drama Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actress Won
2011 6th Seoul International Drama Awards Outstanding Korean Actress Mary Stayed Out All Night Won
47th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress (TV) Cinderella's Sister Won
2013 SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Cheongdam-dong Alice Won
MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Special Project Drama Goddess of Fire Nominated
2014 9th Seoul International Drama Awards Outstanding Korean Actress Won

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Jon Herskovitz (December 26, 2006). "South Korea's little sister just wants to grow up". Reuters. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  3. ^ Joon Soh (April 1, 2004). "Marriage Is Child's Play in Bride". The Korea Times via Hancinema. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  4. ^ Yang Sung-jin (November 16, 2004). "Young-teen actresses strut innocent looks on screen". The Korea Herald via Hancinema. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  5. ^ "Moon Geun-young's Bid to Grow Up Hits World Headlines". The Chosun Ilbo. January 17, 2007. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  6. ^ Yang Sung-hee (November 15, 2008). "Younger sister of the people". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  7. ^ Kim Tae-jong (February 18, 2005). "Actress Moon Shines as Dancer". The Korea Times via Hancinema. Retrieved November 30, 2012. 
  8. ^ "Jang Dong-gun Voted Korea's Most Bankable Star". The Chosun Ilbo. October 20, 2005. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  9. ^ "Moon Geun-young, Cho Seung-woo Advertisers' Favorite". The Chosun Ilbo. September 21, 2005. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  10. ^ "Need Love? No". The Dong-a Ilbo. October 26, 2006. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  11. ^ "Pusan Film Festival opener sells out in 3 minutes". The Hankyoreh. September 21, 2006. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  12. ^ Kwon Mee-yoo (January 11, 2008). "Moon Returns to TV Screen". The Korea Times. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  13. ^ Han Sang-hee. "Korea's Sweetheart Moon Becomes Mysterious Artist". The Korea Times. Retrieved September 23, 2008. 
  14. ^ "Moon to Play Villain in TV Drama". The Korea Times. December 16, 2009. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
  15. ^ Han Sang-hee (February 8, 2010). "Top Actresses Heading Toward Small Screen". The Korea Times. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
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  17. ^ Jessica Kim (March 25, 2010). "Cinderella is not quite the fairy tale, says Taecyeon (2)". 10Asia. Retrieved July 3, 2013. 
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