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Jun Song is the winner of Big Brother 4 (US).

Known for perfecting the floater strategy or working with people who have powers in the game every week, Jun entered the house to find her ex Jee Choe playing with her, who she formed a secret side alliance with as a number for her. Early in the game, Jun joined the Elite Eight alliance to counter the X-Factor twist and to eliminate the exes. She formed a highly effective strategy of working in the kitchen as it proved to be a great vantage point in getting information on the dynamics within the house . In the first few weeks, she laid low and formed a strong bond with Dana Varela, who was also part of the Elite Eight. After Dana became Head of Household in week 3, Dana betrayed the alliance to join up with the Three Stooges, with Jun joining her. Jun was nominated for the first time the following week by Alison Irwin as a pawn to evict Dana. After neither of them won POV, Dana was evicted. From this point forward, Jun started playing the middle between both sides. This earned her a reputation as a “floater”. In week 6, Jun and Alison formed a Final 2 alliance after realizing that they were each other's easiest opponents due to having angered many of the other houseguests. They then formed the Girl Power alliance with Erika Landin. Jun won her first Head of Household competition in Week 8. Realizing Jee was too big of a threat to take any further, she went back on her alliance and betrayed him. Thanks to their deal, Jun and Alison were able to make it to the Final 2. Ultimately, Jun was crowned the winner in a 6-1 vote, as the jury saw her as the lesser of two evils.


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 (US)[]

Competition History[]

Week 1 Food Win
HOH Loss
Food Win
POV Loss
Week 2 HOH Loss
Food Win
POV Loss
Week 3 HOH Loss
Food Win
POV Loss
Luxury Loss
Week 4 HOH Loss
Food Win
POV Loss
Week 5 HOH Loss
Food Win
Luxury Win
POV Loss
Week 6 HOH Loss
Food Win
Week 7 HOH Loss
POV Loss
Luxury Loss
Week 8 HOH Win
Food Sat Out as HOH
POV Unable to Play1
Week 9 HOH Previous HOH
Food Win
Diamond POV Loss
Luxury Win
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.

Voting History[]

Week Position Voted for With Majority?
1 Amanda Craig Yes
2 Michelle Maradie Yes
3 David Lane Yes
4 Nominated
5 Nathan Marlow Yes
6 POV Holder Justin Giovinco Yes
7 Jack Owens, Jr. Yes
9 Nominated
10 Nominated
Finale Winner

HOH History[]

Original Nominees Post-Veto Nominees Intended Target
Week 8
Jee Choe

Post Big Brother[]

  • Jun, along with ten other Big Brother Alumni, appeared on an episode of Yes, Dear that aired on October 20, 2003.[1][2]
  • Jun appeared on Big Brother All-Stars to judge the Week six food competition.[3]
  • 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.[4]
  • Several years later after winning the show, Jun was married with Davy and gave birth to her son, Noah, and has been living in Ghent, 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. She announced that she was officially divorced in December 2018.[5]
  • Jun eventually obtained Belgian citizenship.[6]
  • On April 17, 2018, Jun appeared on The Taran Show to talk about her life.[7]
  • On September 15, 2020, Jun appeared on The Secret Alliance Podcast, which is hosted by Big Brother 3 houseguests Jason Guy and Danielle Reyes, to share her thoughts on Big Brother 22.[8]



Preceded by
Season 3
BB3 Lisa Small
Lisa Donahue
Season 4
BB4 Jun Small
Jun Song
Succeeded by
Season 5
BB5 Drew Small
Drew Daniel
Big Brother 4 (US) Houseguests
Square-Jun Song
Square-Alison Irwin
Square-Robert Roman
Square-Erika Landin
Square-Jee Choe
Square-Jack Owens, Jr.
Square-Justin Giovinco
Square-Nathan Marlow
Square-Dana Varela
Square-David Lane
Square-Michelle Maradie
Square-Amanda Craig
Square-Scott Weintraub