Jeong Ji-So

Jeong Ji-So Wiki, Bio, Movies & Tv shows, Age in 2021

Jeong Ji-So is a quite popular actress in South Korea. On september 17, 1999 Jeong was born in Seoul, South Korea. In 2021, Jeong’s age is 22 years old. Professionally she is an actress. She is represented by the IOK Company. In 2012 Jeong started her acting career as a child artist in the south Korean melodrama series ‘May Queen’.


Jeong Ji-So Wiki/ Bio

Jeong Ji-So

Birthdate– September 17, 1999

Birthplace– Seoul, South Korea

Represented By– IOK Company

Professional Career– 2012

Height– 5 feet 4 inch


Jeong Ji-So Mother
Her Mother


Jeong Ji-So Sister
Her Sister


ReadAnna Iriyama, Sung Yuri


Jeong Ji-So Career

In 2012 she started her career with the television series ‘May Queen’ and ‘It Wa Love’.

Serial TitleRoleAbout the Serial and Year
May Queen

It Was Love

Young Jang in Hwa

Chol Sun-Jung

‘May Queen’ is a south Korean Melody drama television series in 2012
TV Novel: Samsaengi

The Blade and Petal

Empress Ki

Eun Guk and the Ugly Duckling

Young Seoak Sam Saeng

Cho Hee

Young Ki Seung Nyang

Eun Soo

TV Novel is a south Korean Television series in 2013.


My Spring DaysKang Poo- reum2014
Hyde Jekyll, MeYoung Jang Ha-na

Splendid Politics

WYoung Oh Yeon-Joo2016
The CursedBaek So-Jin2020
LimitationLee Ma-ha2021



From 2014 to 2019 she appeared in only three films title is ‘Daughter’, ‘The Tiger: An old Hunter Tale’, ‘Parasite’

Film TitleRole and Year
Daughter (South Korean Drama Film)Young San (2014)
The Tiger: An Old Hunter TaleSeon-Yi (2015)
Parasite (Korean black comedy thriller Film)Park Da- Hye in 2019


In 2013 Jeong Ji-So’s work in various shows includes ‘The Unlimited Show’, ‘Olala School’, ‘The Unlimited Show-Season 5’.


ReadYoon Seung Ah, Jurina Matsui


Jeong Ji-So Films Awards

In 2020 Jeong receive a 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards in the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in Motion Picture.

Jeong is nominated for the 31st MBC Drama Awards in the best young actress category in 2012

In 2013 She is also nominated for the 27th KBS Drama Award in the Best Young actress category.


ReadPark Cho Rong, Kim Mu Yeol


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