Ji Hyun Sung (@1.16) vs Ayumi Mine (@4.5)
05-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Ji Hyun Sung will win

Ji Hyun Sung – Ayumi Mine Match Prediction | 05-09-2019 00:00

In 2003, Jun starred in physiological thriller film, The Uninvited which was rather well received by critics but failed to catch on with viewers.[12][13] Throughout this time she was a constant presence in TV ads and on billboards in Korea and also in other Asian countries.[4][14][15] She reunited with Kwak Jae-yong, the director of My Sassy Girl in 2004, appearing as a policewoman in romantic comedy Windstruck.[16] However, viewers felt her role was too similar to My Sassy Girl.

Seoul Metropolitan Police arrested a private detective, identified as Kim, who testified that it was ordered by SidusHQ (Jun's then agency of 13 years), for which he was paid 6.4 million in cash by the brother of the agency's founder and then CEO Jung Hoon-tak[ko]. In 2009, police discovered that Jun's cell phone had been illegally cloned. Then in 2011 she set up her own management agency J&Co. Entertainment,[74] which was later renamed to Culture Depot. Police said Jun's management company used the cloned phone to keep tabs on her in an attempt to exert control over all aspects of her life. SidusHQ denied the allegations.[67][68][69][70] Jung Hoon-tak was later cleared after police could not find any concrete evidence of his direct involvement.[71] Kim was sentenced to one year in prison for invasion of privacy, Jung's brother received suspended jail terms.[72][73] Because of the scandal, many expected her to leave once her contract expired, but she surprisingly extended her contract with SidusHQ for one more year.

Endorsements[edit]

In 2010, she acted opposite Chinese actress Li Bingbing in the English-language film Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, based on Lisa See's bestselling novel of the same name, which was directed by Wayne Wang (The Joy Luck Club).

Jun Ji-hyun (born Wang Ji-hyun on 30 October 1981), also known by her English name Gianna Jun, is a South Korean actress. Other notable films include Il Mare (2000), Windstruck (2004), The Thieves (2012), The Berlin File (2013) and Assassination (2015). She rose to fame for her role as The Girl in the romantic comedy My Sassy Girl (2001), one of the highest-grossing Korean comedies of all time.

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Sung Ji-hyun

In late 2006, it was announced that Jun would be making her long-predicted jump to Hollywood as the lead role in Blood: The Last Vampire.[24] The international co-production, which was filmed in China and Argentina in 2007, is the live-action adaptation of a popular Japanese anime.[4][25] She went through three months of hard training to play the sword-wielding martial arts heroine.[24] During the filming and promotions for the movie prior to its 2009 release,[26][27] she adopted the Westernized name Gianna Jun.[28] Jun then launched her own luxury jeans brand in 2008, named "Gianna by True Religion", her first celebrity line.

Jun first became well known as a commercial model and as a TV actress. Although she made her film debut in the little-watched White Valentine in 1999, it was not until later in the year when she was featured in a commercial for Samsung My Jet Printer that she became a popular sensation.

However, her lackluster performance in the Olympics 2012 saw her failing to make past the group match, losing to Yip Pui Yin. She defended her title Korea Grand Prix Gold title at the end of the year. She was seeded 8th at the Olympics 2012. In 2012, Sung's performance at Super Series was progressingly better, with semi final performance in Indonesia Open, Singapore Open and Japan Open.