Moon's other notable television series include the revenge melodrama The Innocent Man (2012) and the humanistic medical drama Good Doctor (2013).

She studied Western Painting at the Chugye University for the Arts, but dropped out in 2006 to pursue acting.

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2011 marked Moon's career breakthrough, with leading roles in the television period drama The Princess' Man and the action blockbuster War of the Arrows; both were critical and commercial hits, with Arrows as the highest grossing Korean film of the year.

For her performance in the latter, Moon won Best New Actress at the Grand Bell Awards and the Blue Dragon Film Awards.

Ratings for The Innocent Man topped its timeslot during its run, and led to Moon winning a Top Excellence Award at the KBS Drama Awards for the second year in a row.

Moon played a woman separated from her husband (played by Go Soo) for sixty years by the division of North and South Korea.

In October 2010, she signed with talent agency Barunson Entertainment (later renamed MSTeam).

Afterwards, Moon landed her first leading role in It's Okay, Daddy's Girl, playing an immature daughter who transforms into a mature professional woman after a family tragedy.

In 2011, Moon was offered the sole female role in War of the Arrows, an action blockbuster set during the Second Manchu invasion of Korea.