Chun jung myung and moon geun young dating
In 2013, Moon starred in Goddess of Fire, in which she played Yoo Jung, a character based on Baek Pa-sun, the first female potter and porcelain artist of the Joseon Dynasty.
This was her second time to do a historical drama (or sageuk), five years after Painter of the Wind.
In 2006, Moon starred in the movie Love Me Not, a Korean big-screen remake of popular Japanese TV drama Ai nante iranee yo, natsu ("I Don't Need Love, Summer"), where she played the character of Ryu Min, a cold-hearted blind heiress.
Min slowly opens up herself to Julian (played by Kim Joo-hyuk), a con artist pretending to be her long-lost brother, as he, too, falls for her.
Moon's grandfather is Ryu Nak-jin, a teacher-turned-political prisoner.
Ryu was a pro-North Korea guerrilla fighter operating around Gwangju, a traditional progressive stronghold, before he was jailed at the end of the Korean War.
In 2005, Moon starred in her subsequent film Innocent Steps where she played the role of Jang Chae-rin, an ethnic Korean living in China, who finds herself to be a complete fish out of water after moving to South Korea.
Following the release of My Little Bride, the press gave her the title "the nation's little sister" (Gukmin yeo-dong-saeng), brought on by her cute, girlish younger-than-her-age looks, sweet and innocent image, quality acting, exemplary school record, and charitable deeds.During that year, she also made a guest appearance in the SBS medical drama Medical Center.Moon's film debut was in a supporting role as Cha Tae-hyun's younger sister, Lee Ji-yoon, in Lovers' Concerto (2002).Moon solidified her star status by headlining the box-office hits My Little Bride in 2004 and Innocent Steps in 2005.At age 21, she became the youngest recipient of a Grand Prize ("Daesang") which she won at SBS Drama Awards for the television series Painter of the Wind (2008).