The South Korean reality show We Got Married (season 2) made the singer and actress Hwang Jung Eum famous when she performed with her boyfriend Kim Yong-jun at that time. The up-and-coming star used the opportunity with care and now enjoys the reward for her hard work in the entertainment industry.
Hwang Jung Eum is a former member of the popular K-Pop music group Sugar. Her appearance in the South Korean television series Giant in 2010 made her one of the most famous actresses in South Korea. The rise of the acclaimed actress to fame has been further consolidated by her appearances in TV series such as Lucky Romance, Can Your Heart My Heart, She Was Pretty, Golden Time, Kill Me, Heals Me, Secret Love, and Endless Love.
A number of reality shows like Strong Heart, Love Letter, and Happy Together Season 3 have enjoyed their stage presence in the past. In addition, the renowned actress has appeared in several music videos of famous singers such as Kim Jong-Wook, Ock Joo-Hyun, Black Pearl, SeeYa, and SG Wannabe.
Hwang Jung Eum Biography
The talented actress, born under the sign of Aquarius, entered the world on January 25, 1985, in the city of Seoul, South Korea.
The only information about the singer’s educational background is that she graduated from the University of Suwon and made her debut in a television series in 2005 with her performance in Princess Lulu. She made her film debut four years later, in 2009, on the set of The Relation of Face, Mind, and Love, but her breakthrough came with her role in High Kick Through the Roof, which was very popular with fans.
To this day, the versatile actress is still busy climbing the ladder of success, and she is not averse to the hard work and dedication that is considered the foundation of success.
Husband and Family Life of The Actress
Although social media platforms are not overcrowded with information about the immediate family of the South Korean actress, we could gather from the available records that she grew up next to two older brothers. The identity of her parents and siblings is still unknown, but we can tell a thing or two about the love life of the famous actress.
Her first published love, which lasted for nine years, was with Kim Yong-jun of SG Wannabe. Their affair began in 2005 when they met while recording the music video called My Heart’s Treasure Box, starring Hwang Jung Eum. The couple confirmed their relationship status in early 2008, but after a long period of nine years, news of their separation came through the Yonhap news agency on May 15, 2015, after Hwang finished shooting Kill Me, Heal Me.
A December 8, 2015 publication by the famous actress agency C-Jes Entertainment confirmed a relationship between Hwang Jung Eum and professional golfer and businessman Lee Young-don. After confirming their relationship status, the prominent couple announced their wedding the next month, which was shortly after five months of courtship.
Hwang, who had been busy with the wedding preparations, confessed that what she had attracted from her spouse was his looks, but as she got to know him better, she discovered that despite his stunning looks, the hunk had a heart of gold and paid due respect to others. According to Hwang, she was addicted to it and could hardly wait to be with this great guy forever.
The eagerly awaited wedding took place on February 26, 2016, and true to expectations, the wedding, which took place at Hotel Shilla, was a glamorous affair with beautiful decorations and a guest list of over 700 people who appreciated the occasion.
The following year (February 2017), the talented actress was confirmed four months pregnant, and it was precisely on August 15, 2017, that the couple welcomed their first child. The actress plans to return to acting after the birth; for her, a film set is a place where she can enjoy herself.
Hwang Jung Eum and her admirer seem to live in a world of their own, unaffected by the realities around them. In fact, Scarlet Heart: Ryeo’s episode 16 is actually delayed because the lovebirds watched a baseball game together. They were captured on camera, where they looked so engrossed in the game as Hwang leaned on her husband’s shoulder, listening to him talk about the game, and occasionally kissed him on the cheek while she caressed his face in a suggestive way. As a typical Korean would say, it was an admirable public display of skin color!