Steven Yeun and Joana Pak Are Proud — but Private — Parents of 2

Steven Yeun has been wowing fans with his acting abilities since he rose to fame playing Glenn Rhee on "The Walking Dead." He's since gone on to land other big roles, including starring alongside Ali Wong in Netflix's new thriller series "Beef." While some fans know that Yeun has been married to photographer Joana Pak since Dec. 3, 2016, not many are aware that the couple share two children.

Despite the fact that Yeun typically keeps quiet about his family life, he did previously open up about how Pak helps him prepare for some of his roles, including the 2020 film "Minari." In a February 2021 interview with W magazine, Yeun shared: "'Minari' is essentially the story of my wife's family. My wife is Korean but grew up in Arkansas, and her family first made their money by chicken sexing. They gave me some tips on how to work with the chicks."

While not much has been publicly discussed about Pak and Yeun's children, keep reading to find out all we know about their son and daughter.

Jude Malcolm Yeun
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Jude Malcolm Yeun

Pak and Yeun's first child, a boy named Jude, was born on March 17, 2017. Pak announced the arrival of their son in a since-deleted Instagram post, which showed a black-and-white photo of the two. She simply captioned the post with a peace sign emoji.

Nearly two weeks later, E! News exclusively reported that the pair had chosen Jude Malcolm Yeun for the name of their bundle of joy. News of Pak's pregnancy was first reported by Us Weekly in December 2016, shortly after the couple were photographed on a day date at the Alcove in Los Angeles.

Baby Girl Yeun
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Baby Girl Yeun

Despite welcoming their daughter in April 2019, Pak and Yeun have still not revealed the baby girl's name. The proud parents announced the arrival of their second child in an Instagram post on April 30, sharing two beautiful images of the baby.

Pak first shared the exciting news of her second pregnancy in a since-deleted Instagram post in December 2018 in honor of her and Yeun's wedding anniversary. After welcoming their daughter, Yeun shared a very rare comment about fatherhood during a July 2022 interview on the Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend podcast (via Audacy), saying, "Sometimes there's just nothing better than the act of submission, just to not have choices."