In 2009, Jamie ranked No.89 in Maxim magazine's Hot 100 List.
According to Jamie Chung's friends she has bad taste in men.
Jamie Chung's favorite books are MiddleSex, Valley of the Dolls, The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons, Running with Scissors, and Me Talk Pretty One Day.
Jamie Chung's favorite TV shows are Entourage, Grey's Anatomy, Desperate Housewives, The Shield and Dexter.
Jamie Chung graduated Lowell High School in San Fransisco in 2001.
Jamie Chung lives in Hollywood California.
Jamie Chung is giving life to the Dragon Ball Z character Chi Chi in the 2009 movie.
Jamie Chung is a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
Jamie Chung enjoys many sports including Golf, Cycling, Track & Field, Swimming, Aerobics, Rollerblading, Baseball, and Martial Arts.
Jamie Chung has been trained by Lesly Kahn, Ivana Chubbuck Studios, and Doug Warhits.
Jamie Chung works as a model and has appeared in the Best Buy Holiday Ads and the It's Whats Underneath That Counts campaign.
Jamie Chung has appeared in commercials for AT&T, AXE, and Alka Seltzer.
Jamie Chung is represented by Gersh LA and Kritzer Levine Wilkins Entertainment.
Jaime Chung speaks fluent Korean.
Jaime Chung graduated the University of California Riverside in 2005 with a degree in Economics Administrative Studies/Marketing.
Jaime Chung describes herself as someone who "tells it like it is" which is part of her in your face personality.
She said she would hook up with Mike Mizanin.
Jamie won "The Inferno 2."
She was working at "Tremors", a sports bar in Riverside, California, as a waitress. When MTV held auditions there, they saw her and asked her to audition..... she got it.
Jamie Chung: (Comparing her character from Dragonball to Samurai Girl) It's a very strong young female role, and her name is Chi Chi. We've finished filming. The martial-arts aspect of the character [is the same as the Samurai Girl character Heaven], but Heaven is something real special. … Chi Chi was a fun character to play, and … it's also a very strong young female, but Heaven has a completely different [backstory] behind her that makes things so much more interesting.
Jamie Chung:(About "Samurai Girl") The show is action- packed and full of romance and comedy. I really think everyone is going to find something to relate to while watching it. We've really got something for everyone. I watch the show and I'm really proud of it. I really hope its the next Alias. Really, its sort of a combination of Gossip Girl and Alias.
Jamie Chung: (On her training for Samurai Girl) I had about two weeks of tae-kwon-do when I ws younger until I broke my finger. But really, I'm very athletic and we had some really great martial-arts teachers for this. Its all about muscle memory and learning the moves so we worked on them a lot. It worked out really well. What I think I like best are my kicks. I can kick.
Jamie Chung: (On her character in Samurai Girl) he's a 19 year old girl named Heaven who's adopted by one of the wealthiest families in Japan. During some tragic events she ends up finding out her family is influenced by the Yakuza, the Japanese mafia. In an effort to find out how involved her family is with the mafia, she also discovers that she's a part of some ancient prophecy which leads her to question who she really is and makes her go a journey of self-discovery to find out the truth about herself and where she comes from.