Lee Sun-kyun

Movie Actor

Lee Sun-kyun was born in Seoul, South Korea on March 2nd, 1975 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 48, Lee Sun-kyun biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Lee Seon Gyun, The Voice
Date of Birth
March 2, 1975
South Korea
Place of Birth
Seoul, South Korea
48 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Film Actor, Stage Actor, Television Actor
Lee Sun-kyun Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 48 years old, Lee Sun-kyun has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Dark Brown
Not Available
Lee Sun-kyun Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
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School of Drama
Lee Sun-kyun Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Jeon Hye-jin
Dating / Affair
Jeon Hye-jin
Not Available
Lee Sun-kyun Career

Lee Sun-kyun entered the Korea National University of Arts in 1994, and graduated in the first ever batch of its School of Drama. In 2001, he made his acting debut as Brad Majors in the stage musical The Rocky Horror Show.

Playing small supporting roles for many years, he eventually achieved his breakthrough in 2007 with the critically lauded medical drama White Tower and the highly popular romantic series Coffee Prince. Besides Coffee Prince, he has worked with director Lee Yoon-jung two other times—in the sports-themed Taereung National Village in 2005, and in slice-of-life drama Triple in 2009.

Lee was appointed as ambassador for the Health Insurance Review Agency in 2007, and won an award from the Korea Advertisers Association in 2008.

Despite his burgeoning fame, Lee then turned to low-budget arthouse films to polish his acting caliber. Night and Day, Lost in the Mountains, Oki's Movie, Nobody's Daughter Haewon and Our Sunhi were all directed by Hong Sang-soo, an auteur renowned for his realistic portrayal of ordinary lives. Lee also headlined Paju, for which he won the Best Actor award at the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival held in Spain. Film distributor Myung Film quoted the judging committee as handing Lee high points for portraying the anguish his character felt for loving his wife's younger sister.

With Pasta, in which he played a brilliant-but-abrasive chef, Lee successfully shook off his "gentle" TV drama image, and the series' popularity made him a bankable romantic leading man. Petty Romance reunited him with his My Sweet Seoul co-star Choi Kang-hee, and one-upmanship action comedy Officer of the Year (also known as Arrest King) soon followed.

Lee showed his support for the revival of Drama Special (formerly Drama City) by starring in Our Slightly Risque Relationship (his acting was later recognized at the KBS Drama Awards). He has continually defended the importance of the short drama format as a training ground for young talent, acknowledging its contribution to his own career.

In 2012, he starred in two consecutive well-reviewed big-screen hits—mystery thriller Helpless and romantic comedy All About My Wife. Reuniting with Pasta director Kwon Seok-jang, Lee played a trauma doctor in Golden Time. His third collaboration with Kwon was Miss Korea, a drama set amidst the IMF crisis in the 1990s.

Lee returned to the theater opposite wife Jeon Hye-jin in Mike Bartlett's stage play Love, Love, Love in 2013. The following year, he headlined the film A Hard Day, which screened at the Directors' Fortnight section of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, and became a critically acclaimed sleeper hit at the box office. In 2015, Lee starred in courtroom drama film The Advocate: A Missing Body.

In 2018, Lee starred in the critically acclaimed television series My Mister. The same year he starred in the action thriller film Take Point.

In 2019, Lee is set to star in the legal television series Prosecutor Civil War.

In 2021, Lee is appearing in political drama film Kingmaker as political strategist. The film is set to release in December.