|Shin Yun-bok (1758–)|
|Description||South Korean painter|
|Date of birth||1758|
|Location of birth/death||Joseon||Joseon|
|Work location||Joseon, of Korea|
English: Shin Yun-bok (1758 - ?), better known by his pen name Hyewon, was a Korean painter of the Joseon Dynasty. Like his contemporaries Danwon and Geungjae, he is known for his realistic depictions of daily life in his time. His genre paintings are distinctly more erotic than Danwon's, a fact which contributed to his expulsion from the royal painting institute, Dohwaseo. Painting was frequently a hereditary occupation in the Joseon period, and Hyewon's father and grandfather had both been court painters. Together with Danwon and the later painter Owon, Hyewon is remembered today as one of the "Three Wons" of Joseon-period painting.