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Eugene

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Created Kim Yoo-jin and known from the stage name of “Eugene,” this South Korean pop singer belonged to a past due 1990s, all-female vocal group called S.E.S. (Ocean, Eugene, Shoo) and in addition recorded single K-pop albums in 2003 and 2004. Also an celebrity, she starred in such Korean movies as Yoga exercise and Heartbreak Collection. In her teenagers, she authorized a contract using the SM Entertainment record label. She starred inside a 2008 KBS2 series entitled One Mother and Three Fathers. Though created in Seoul, South Korea, she spent nearly all her years as a child in Guam. In 2011, she wedded her Creating Future tv co-star Ki Tae-young. In Apr of 2015 they welcomed a girl called Ro-hee. She co-starred with Lee Bo-young inside a Seoul Broadcasting Program (SBS) series known as Save the final Dance for me personally.

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Full Name Eugene
Date Of Birth March 3, 1981
Place Of Birth Seoul, South Korea
Height 1.6 m
Profession Pop Singer
Siblings Kim Yu-gyeong
Star Sign Pisces

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Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Perfect Weapon2016Russian Man
Trumbo2015Backyard Reporter (uncredited)
The Butler2013/IReagan Whitehouse Guest (uncredited)
Newhart1983TV SeriesShoe Salesman
The Devlin Connection1982TV SeriesAttorney (costar)
The Greatest American Hero1982TV Series
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid1982German Henchman
The Merry Wives of Windsor1980TV MovieSlender

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Misconduct2016stand in for mr hopkins

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