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Catch sight of Yoo In Na’s flexibility in show business

Written by Cyril V. Olaguera

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Happy In Na Day! Today marks the 38 years of existence of our beloved Korean actress, Yoo In Na.

Back when she was 16, she joined an entertainment agency nearly becoming part of a girl group. In 2006, she decided to join YG Entertainment to pursue her acting career; three years later, she made her acting debut. She also became a DJ at Let’s Crank Up the Volume from 2011-2015, it is the highest-rated radio program back then.

As for me, I truly love her acting skills! Her life before she became a prominent actress is evidently inspiring. Some of us might find her familiar since few of her dramas already aired in the Philippine television. Those who did watch will surely find it funny how she always performs the role of an actress!

If you’re currently thinking of what to watch next, below are the previous Korean dramas and movies where Yoo In Na starred in. Consider adding it on your own watch list!

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1) New Year Blues (2020) Movie

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For one week, how these four romantic couples overcome their fears will be shown before the new year.

2) Touch Your Heart (2019) Drama series

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An actress popularized by her appearance gets involved in a scandal that affected her career. She then heard about a screenwriter who wanted her to play the lead female role for a drama series. Since her acting is bad, she was required to gain experience. For 3 months, she will be working as a secretary for an arrogant and unsympathetic attorney.

3) One More Happy Ending (2016) Drama series

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The idol group “Angels” were once membered by Han Mi Ho, Baek Da Jung, Go Dong Mi, and Hong Ae Ra. Despite their current different careers, they still managed to maintain their friendship. Unfortunately, Mi Ho was divorced and Da Jung has a complicated marriage. Suddenly, Song Soo Hyuk and his friend, Goo Hae Joon get included with the women’s lives.

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4) The Wedding Bible (2015) Movie

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A love story of a Chinese man and a Korean woman who just returned to Shanghai to become a college professor after spending her life as a student in United Kingdom.

5) The Secret Hotel (2014) Drama series

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A divorced couple met again in a hotel after 7 years, where Nam Sang Hyo is the manager of the wedding department and Koo Hae Young is the client (groom). Unexpectedly, a murder took place which happens to be related to her boss’ personal life, the management director of the hotel.

6) Queen In Hyun’s Man (2012) Drama series

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Through the help of a talisman, a noble man from Joseon Dynasty was allowed to travel to the present time in Seoul, South Korea. On the other hand, Choi Hee Jin who is currently aiming for her success performs the role of Queen In Hyun from the same era. Kim Boong Do, the approximately 300 years old man then crossed his path with the actress.

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7) Little Black Dress (2011) Movie

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These four women became friends when they were in their first year in college. People think that they enjoy their young lives, however, it is the opposite within themselves.


Yoo In Na played as the supporting actress of these dramas and movies:

  • Mr. Zoo: The Missing VIP (2020)
  • Top Star Yoo Baek (2018)
  • Goblin (2016)
  • We Broke Up (2015)
  • My Love From The Star (2013)
  • You Are The Best! (2013)
  • Love Fiction (2012)
  • Birdie Buddy (2011)
  • The Greatest Love (2011)
  • Secret Garden (2010)
  • High Kick Through The Roof (2009)
  • The Fair Love (2009)

Additionally, she also became part of talk, variety, and reality shows.

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