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Jeon Do-yeon grew up on 11 February, 1973 in Seoul, South Korea, is a South Korean actress. Find Jeon Do-yeon’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is She in this year and how She do with money?? Know how She earned most of networth at the age of 47 years of age.

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How old? 48 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 11 February 1973
Born day 11 February
Birthplace Seoul, South Korea
Nationality South Korean

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Jeon Do-yeon How tall, Weight & Measurements

At 48 years of age. Jeon Do-yeon height is 1.65 m .

How tall 1.65 m
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Who Is Jeon Do-yeon’s Husband?

Her husband is Kang Shi-kyu (m. 2007)

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Husband Kang Shi-kyu (m. 2007)
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Jeon Do-yeon income

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2021. So, how much is Jeon Do-yeon worth at the age of 48 years of age. Jeon Do-yeon’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from South Korean. We have estimated Jeon Do-yeon’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

income in 2021 $1 Million – $5 Million
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income in 2019 Pending
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Source of Net Worth Actress

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In April 2019, Jeon reunited with Sol Kyung-gu, eighteen years after I Wish I Had a Wife, in Born day. The film, inspired by the Sinking of MV Sewol tragedy, deals with the struggles faced by a couple who lose their son in a tragic accident. The film had its international premiere at the 2019 Far East Film Festival in Udine, Italy. In the festival, Jeon was honored with Golden Mulberry lifetime achievement award.


Jeon returned to the small screen in the Korean remake of the American legal drama The Good Wife in 2016.


In 2015, Jeon starred in The Shameless, a thriller that explores the unexpected and carnal attraction that develops between a detective and the wife of the murderer he’s investigating. For her performance in the film, Jeon won Best Actress at the 24th Buil Film Awards, the 15th Director’s Cut Awards, and the 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards respectively. She then played a blind swordswoman in the Goryeo-set revenge period drama Memories of the Sword (2015), her third collaboration with Park Heung-sik. This was followed by Jeon’s second film with director Lee Yoon-ki, A Man and a Woman, about a forbidden romance that takes place in the snow-swept landscape of Finland.


After a two-year break, Jeon starred in Bang Eun-jin’s Way Back Home (2013), based on the true story of a housewife who was imprisoned for two years on the island of Martinique after being wrongly arrested for drug smuggling at Paris’s Orly Airport in 2004. She then became a member of the main competition jury at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, the first Korean actor or actress to have that honor.


In a 2011 Countdown, Jeon played a female con artist who risks her life for ten days for a final deal with a cold-hearted debt collector. Countdown premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.


After starring in My Dear Enemy post-Cannes, Jeon gave birth to a daughter and rested for a while. In 2010, she returned to play a controversial remake The Housemaid.


Her next role in Lee Chang-dong’s Secret Sunshine in 2007 received universal critical acclaim. Although the film itself, which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival, evoked widely differing assessments from international critics, Jeon’s performance was universally praised, and she was presented with a Best Actress award by the Cannes jury—the first Korean ever to receive an acting award at Cannes.

Jeon married businessman Kang Shi-kyu in a private wedding ceremony at Shilla Hotel on March 11, 2007. She gave birth to a daughter on January 22, 2009.


In 2005 Jeon played a prostitute who contracts AIDS in Park Jin-pyo’s hard-hitting melodrama You Are My Sunshine. The film made into a box-office hit, and her performance won her more local acting awards. She then returned to television in Lovers in Prague which depicts the love story between the president’s daughter and an ordinary detective; the drama averaged over 27 percent viewership ratings. Hancinema noted, “It is rare for a movie and a drama with the same leading actor or actress to become major hits at the same time. And often, actors and actresses avoid such cases, due to the risk of confusing audiences, but Jeon managed to pull both roles off perfectly without causing any confusion in the audience.”


In 2001 she played a bank teller in Park Heung-sik’s directorial debut I Wish I Had a Wife. After starring as the tough-talking “Sunglasses” in Ryoo Seung-wan’s No Blood No Tears (2002), Jeon spent time acting in the TV drama Shoot for the Stars. In 2003 she found box-office success in E J-yong’s Untold Scandal, an adaptation of popular French novel Dangerous Liaisons set in Joseon. The following year she reunited with Park Heung-sik in a dual role for the time-bending melodrama My Mother, the Mermaid.


Jeon Do-yeon spent five years starring in television dramas before achieving instant star status with her film debut opposite Han Suk-kyu in The Contact. She went on to establish a reputation as a “chameleon” who can take on a wide variety of roles, from her performance as a doctor in the hit melodrama A Promise, to that of a schoolgirl in The Harmonium in My Memory, then a wife having an adulterous affair in Happy End. In 1999 and 2000 she received a Best Actress award from both the Blue Dragon Film Awards and the Grand Bell Awards for her role in The Harmonium in My Memory.


Jeon Do-yeon (born February 11, 1973) is a South Korean actress. She won Best Actress at the 60th Cannes Film Festival and the 1st Asia Pacific Screen Awards in Lee Chang-dong’s 2007 film Secret Sunshine.