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Yunjin Yunjin, also called cloud brocade, is a traditional Chinese silk brocade made in Jiangsu since the end of the Song dynasty, and based on weft-weaving techniques from both the Song and Tang dynasties. It is shuttle-woven, and often incorporates gold and silver threads with the coloured silks. During the Ming dynasty, the yunjin weavers developed a technique of swivel weaving that enabled them to weave colourful designs onto a base fabric in other weaves, such as satin. Nanjing Yunjin Museum is currently the only specialized museum in Yunjin.
Yunjin Kim Kim attended high school at the prestigious Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, a public high school located in Manhattan. From there, she went on to study drama at the London Academy of Performing Arts and later earned her BFA degree in drama at Boston University. Kim has remarked that in her zeal to become Americanized quickly, she studied acting, academics and pronunciation with equal intensity. She is also a trained dancer and martial arts fighter.
Yunjin Kim Kim married her former manager Jeong Hyeok Park in March 2010 on the island of Oahu, after shooting her final scenes for "Lost".
Yunjin Kim In 2004, Kim started appearing in the U.S. television series "Lost", which ran for six seasons.
Yunjin Kim In May 2006, "Maxim" named Kim number 98 on its annual Hot 100 List. In October 2006 she was featured on the cover of "Stuff", as well as an inside spread.
Yunjin Kim In 2013, she had a leading role in the ABC drama series "Mistresses".
Yunjin Kim Yunjin Kim (born November 7, 1973) is a South Korean-born American film and theater actress. She is best known for her role as Sun on the American television series "Lost", and as the North Korean spy Bang-Hee in the South Korean film "Shiri". She also starred as Dr. Karen Kim in the ABC drama series "Mistresses".
Yunjin Kim Kim was born in Seoul, South Korea on November 7, 1973. She immigrated to the United States with her family in 1980. They lived in Staten Island, New York. She joined the middle school drama club in the 7th grade and performed in the musical "My Fair Lady".
Yunjin Kim After acting in a Japanese film and a feature set in Los Angeles, Kim appeared in the sci-fi feature "Yesterday". Then in 2002, Kim took the lead role in "Ardor", the feature film debut of documentarist Byun Young-ju. The film was invited to screen in a non-competitive section at the 2003 Berlin film festival.
Yunjin Kim After graduation, Kim devoted herself full-time to acting. She garnered several minor parts on MTV, in soap opera-style dramas on ABC, and on the off-Broadway stage. In 1997, she starred in "Splendid Holiday", a Korean TV drama shot on location in New York. Kim decided to return to Korea. She was cast in the TV drama "Wedding Dress" and was also invited to act in Lee Kwangmo's feature "Spring in My Hometown", although she ended up not taking this role. Her breakthrough debut came in the 1999 film "Shiri", South Korea's first blockbuster film. "Shiri" became the highest-grossing film in Korean history at the time. In November 2000, she continued her association with KangJeGyu in "The Legend of Gingko".