Here’s What the Cast of Coffee Prince Is Up to Now

Yoon Eun-hye as Ko Eun-chan in Coffee Prince
Credit: MBC

Yoon Eun-hye as Ko Eun-chan in Coffee Prince
Credit: MBC

Would you believe it has already been over a decade since Coffee Prince came out? It makes us wonder where is the cast of Coffee Prince now.

Coffee Prince is one of the most iconic K-dramas of all time. The show came out on MBC in 2007 with 17 episodes.

The avid fans of the show have long wondered where the cast is. Here's what they are up to these days.

Gong Yoo

Gong Yoo as Choi Han-gyul in Coffee Prince
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Let's start with the obvious: Gong Yoo. While many know him from the blockbuster zombie movie Train to Busan, he has been acting far longer than that.

After doing Coffee Prince, the original oppa starred in other shows like Goblin, The Silent Sea, and Squid Game. He is also returning in Squid Game Season 2, which still has an unannounced release date.

Meanwhile, you can catch him in The Trunk on Netflix when it comes out next year.

You can stay updated with Gong Yoo on his Instagram account, where he posts about his fishing adventures, cats, and food.

Yoon Eun-hye

Yoon Eun-hye as Ko Eun-chan in Coffee Prince
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Before starring in Coffee Prince, Yoon Eun-hye got her big break in Princess Hours. She was first a part of the K-pop group Baby V.O.X.

After that, she was in a few other TV shows and movies, like My Fair Lady and After Love. But she stopped acting in 2018 for unknown reasons.

These days, she has been active on her YouTube channel.

Lee Sun-kyun

Chae Jung-an as Choi Han-Sung in Coffee Prince
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Out of all the stars in Coffee Prince, Sun-kyun is the one who was cast in different movies and shows. His most famous role was in Diary of a Prosecutor, which aired in 2019-2020.

Sun-kyun also starred in the globally-acclaimed movie Parasite. He is also set to join a Hollywood movie called Cross with Son Ye-jin.

Chae Jung-an

Chae Jung-an as Han Yoo-Joo in Coffee Prince
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Although she lives a quiet life, Chae Jung-an continues to do movies and TV shows. After Coffee Prince, Jung-an was in Legal HighThe King of Pigs, and Family: The Unbreakable Bond.

These days, she also runs a YouTube channel. She's looking gorgeous despite her age!

Kim Jae-wook

Kim Jae-wook as No Seon-Ki in Coffee Prince
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Kim Jae-wook, the Japanese heartthrob in Coffee Prince, grew up in Japan. This explains why he was perfect for the role of the Japanese barista.

After starring in Coffee Prince, Jae-wook has been in several shows and movies, including The Guest, Butterfly Sleep, and Her Private Life.

You can keep tabs on him via Instagram.  ​

The show did a documentary on the cast back in 2020. It was called My Dear Youth - Coffee Prince. You can watch a trailer here:

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