Jun Song is the winner of Big Brother 4 (US).
In the season which saw Jun play the game with her ex-boyfriend Jee, as part of the X-Factor twist, her secrets alliances with Jee and Alison Irwin ensured that both women reached the final two. Jun received six of the seven jury votes and was thus crowned the winner. She is notable for perfecting and claiming the floater strategy. Jun is also remembered for using her cooking skills to make her housemates want to keep her in the game.
Jun Song (born July 19, 1975, in Seoul, South Korea) was a 27-year-old investment manager from New York, New York. Her ex-boyfriend, Jee, was also a houseguest this year due to the "X-Factor" twist.
Player History - Big Brother 4
|Food||Sat Out as HOH|
|POV||Unable to Play 1|
|Week 9||HOH||Previous HOH|
|Week 10||HOH Part 1||Loss|
|HOH Part 2||Win|
|HOH Part 3||Loss|
Note: 1 Since Jun was attending the 20th Annual MTV Video Music Awards, she was not able to compete in the Veto competition in Week 8. However, it should become noted that if none of the houseguests correctly guessed where Jun was, then Jun would have won the Veto.
|Week||Position||Voted for||With Majority?|
|6||POV Holder||Justin Giovinco||Yes|
|7||–||Jack Owens, Jr.||Yes|
|Original Nominees||Post-Veto Nominees||Intended Target|
Post Big Brother
- Jun, along with ten other Big Brother Alumni, appeared on an episode of Yes, Dear that aired on October 20, 2003.
- Jun appeared on Big Brother All-Stars to judge the Week six food competition.
- Jun also appeared on Big Brother 10 to compete in the Week 4 food competition as the representative of her season. Despite Jun's attempts to mislead her, Keesha Smith correctly answered her question and earned food for the house on Sunday.
- Several years later after winning the show, she was married with one child, Noah, and she is currently living in Belgium. She was the owner and chef of a Korean restaurant, Rice House, in her town of Evergem. She shut down the restaurant in 2017 and announced that she was separated from her husband, Davy. She announced that she was officially divorced in December 2018.
- On April 17, 2018, Jun appeared on The Taran Show to talk about her life.
- Jun is the first Asian-American HouseGuest to win Big Brother, followed by Kaycee Clark.
- Jun is the first Big Brother winner to receive no eviction votes against them the entire game. She was followed by Drew Daniel, Mike Malin, Adam Jasinski, Dan Gheesling, Ian Terry, Andy Herren, Derrick Levasseur, Nicole Franzel, Morgan Willett, and Cody Calafiore.
- Jun is the first winner to vote with the majority in their first week voting.
- Despite living in Belgium and her vocal dislike for host Julie Chen-Moonves, Jun confirmed that she was called to compete on Big Brother 22 (US), however production correctly expected her to deny the offer, due to her unwillingness to leave her son during a pandemic.
- Eleven former 'Big Brother' houseguests to guest star on CBS's 'Yes, Dear,' on Monday, October 20. Reality TV World (14 October 2003). Retrieved on 7 October 2018.
- Armstrong, Taran (17 April 2018). Taran Show 40 - Jun Song. Rob Has A Website. Retrieved on 18 April 2018.
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