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Yoon was also a frequent guest on SBS's popular game show X-Man from 2004-2005, gaining popularity for her "girl-warrior" image on the show and her love-line with Kim Jong-kook.Following fellow member Shim Eun-jin, Yoon ended her 6 years activities as a member of Baby V. X in July 2005 when her contract with DR Entertainment expired.
Yoon played the lead role as Shin Chae-kyung who becomes the crown princess because of an arranged marriage to the crown prince.
She was shot in the eye by an anti-fan who tried to make her blind with a mixture of soy sauce and vinegar using a water gun.
She was rushed to the hospital where the doctors confirmed that her cornea was damaged.
She returned to television with a leading role in The Vineyard Man which was aired on KBS in July 2006.
The Vineyard Man initially suffered low ratings, but the heart-warming storyline and Yoon’s convincing portrayal as a thriving young clothing designer gradually won the hearts of audiences.
From 19–27 November 2007, Star News carried out their own 2007 Acting Awards, evaluating television series' performance from all three major broadcasting stations.
A total 17 chief producers (5 from KBS, 7 from MBC and 5 from SBS) participated in nominating and selecting the winners, and Yoon was named Outstanding Actress.
Initially, fans of the Goong manhwa questioned her acting ability, and sent out petitions against Yoon as the lead role, requesting her to be replaced.
They even bombarded her Cyworld minihompy with harsh words.
Yoon's performance in The Vineyard Man won her not only Best New Actress in the 2006 KBS Drama Awards, but also Best Actress recognition at the 2006 Grimae Awards, an honorable award chosen by directors in every broadcasting station in Korea.
In 2007, Yoon took on the leading role in MBC's drama The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince.
This album became their first major success, with their singles “Get Up” and “Killer” reaching the number one spot on the Korean music charts.