Lee Sung-min

Pop Singer

Lee Sung-min was born in Seoul, South Korea on January 1st, 1986 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 38, Lee Sung-min biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Lee Sung-min, Sungmin, Vincent Lee
Date of Birth
January 1, 1986
South Korea
Place of Birth
Seoul, South Korea
38 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Film Actor, Pianist, Singer, Songwriter, Television Actor
Social Media
Lee Sung-min Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 38 years old, Lee Sung-min has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Dark Brown
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Lee Sung-min Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Myongji University
Lee Sung-min Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Kim Sa-eun (2014-Present)
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Dating / Affair
Kim Sa-eun (2014-Present)
Lee Chun-hwa, Kang Sun-ah
Lee Sung-min Life

Lee Sung-min (born January 1, 1986) is a South Korean singer and actor.

He is a member of the South Korean boy band Super Junior and its subgroups Super Junior-T, Super Junior-H, and Super Junior-M.


Lee Sung-min Career

Music career

Sungmin was placed in a Project R&B group with Junsu and former bandmate Eunhyuk. The six of them made their first television appearance in Heejun vs. Rock in 2002, along with Typhoon, Rose, and Attack. Moon Hee-jun taught Typhoon, Rose, and Attack on how to sing, though Sungmin, Xiah, and Eunhyuk were taught additional singing techniques by Kangta. A year later, the six trainees split, then Typhoon, Rose, and Attack debuted as members of rock band TRAX. When Junsu went on to debut as a TVXQ member, the trio split. In Super Junior 05, the first generation of rotational boy band Super Junior, Ten Sungmin and Eunhyuk joined ten other trainees to form Super Junior 05.

He appeared in MBC drama Sisters of the Sea as a young Kang Dong-shin in 2005.

On SBS' music show Inkigayo, Sungmin debuted as part of a 12-member rotational group Super Junior 05 on November 6, 2005, performing their first single, "Get Up" (Knock Out). SuperJunior05 (Twins) was released a month later on December 5, 2005, and debuted at number three on the monthly MIAK K-pop album charts.

SM Entertainment began recruiting new people for the next Super Junior generation in March 2006. However, plans changed and the company announced that there will be no plans to produce future Super Junior generations. Following the addition of thirteenth member Kyuhyun, the group dropped the suffix "05" and was officially recognized as Super Junior. On June 7, 2006, the re-polished company's first CD single "U" was released, becoming their most popular single until "Sorry, Sorry" was released in March 2009.

The Sungmin guest appeared in SBS' Finding Lost Time and portrayed Yoochun's high school buddy.

Sungmin was placed in a sub-group trot-sing Super Junior-T in February 2007. Sungmin performed with fellow Super Juniors in Attack on the Pin-Up Boys, a SM Pictures production. He played the part of a teen boy being stabbed by an unknown perpetrator. Kangin, the bandmate, was one of the DJs at Reckless Radio, who had Girls' Generation members from June 2007 to July 2008.

He became a member of Super Junior-H and appeared in a short half-hour drama with Leeteuk in 2008. Sungmin played himself, a Super Junior-T member who is often overshadowed by his peers.

Ro, the male lead in a dramatic Akilla at the Hanjeon Art Center in Seoul from October 9 to November 8.

Sungmin appeared in the title role of musical Hong Gil Dong in 2010, as well as group mate Yesung who also played the historical figure Hong Gildong. From February 18, 2010, the musical ran at the Woori Financial Art Hall in the Olympic Park for two months.

Sungmin was one of 20 South Korean singers chosen to record "Let's Go" for the 2010 G-20 Seoul summit in October. He performed vocals alongside labelmates Seohyun, Jonghyun, and Luna. He appeared in KBS drama The President as Jang Sungmin, the ambitious son of Jang Il Joon, the president.

He was one of two new members in Mandopop subgroup Super Junior-M in January 2011 as one of two new members alongside Eunhyuk. They spent the next few months in Taiwan and China promoting their third EP Perfection. In the musical Jack the Ripper at Chungmu Arts Hall, Sungmin performed as the male lead Daniel, rotating with Ahn Jae-wook, Um Ki-joon, and Lee Ji-hoon.

In 2012, Sungmin participated in "Pit-a-Pat Shake" a spin-off series with Sistar's Hyorin, which will air as a Lunar Year special. When former DJs Leeteuk and Eunhyuk left due to their hectic schedules, Sungmin and bandmate Ryeowook took over Kiss the Radio for Super Junior. Sungmin unveiled his first solo digital single, "Oh Wa," the end theme song for KBS' sitcom "We Need a Fairy," on March 29, 2012.

Sungmin reprised his role in Daniel, with Ahn Jae-wook, in the Korean film Jackintensive 's Ripper, in September and October 2012, and held its Japanese tour at Aoyama Theater in Tokyo, Japan. The musical was well-received, and it was returned to Japan for another run at the Kanagawa Arts Theatre in Yokohama the following year. According to Japanese media, the Hallyu Wave's effect in general, as well as the casting of Sungmin, helped boost the show's success in 2012.

Due to his appearance in Jack the Ripper musical, Sungmin's Unique Entertainment News ranked him as the second most influential musical idol of the year, after Kim Junsu, based on the number of tickets sold.

Sungmin and his Super Junior bandmates were reunited in June 2012 for their sixth studio album, Sexy, Free & Single, which was released on July 4. Sungmin's teaser picture was released on June 25 showing a feminine appearance and long blond hair wearing a large bouquet of baby's breath flowers.

Super Junior-M released their second album, Break Down, on January 7, 2013, as well as the music video for the lead single of the same name. On January 7, Beijing held a press conference, and they would promote the album in China.

Heechul made his return to SS5 Manilla Sungmin on February 14, 2013 on his fifth World Tour. After group member Kyuhyun's last appearance, it was revealed that Sungmin will be performing in his latest Musical "The Three Musketeers" on December 14, 2013. He worked alongside label mate Key from Shinee as the same character d'Artagnan. The three Musketeers' first showings ended on January 25, 2013 and then returned in March 2014.

Sungmin stayed involved in musicals, with a revival in Summer Snow, which was held in Taiwan for three days in a row. On the same day as his Summer Snow Musical, Sungmin held a press conference.

Super Junior-M's third album, Swing in China, was released on March 21, one year and three months after their second album Breakdown. The EP's teaser picture was revealed on March 18, 2014, a new Super Junior-Megatron. Sungmin appeared on another performance of The Three Musketeers Musical just before Swing's comeback campaigns, which began on March 14 and ended on March 19.

Sungmin applied to enlist in Seoul, which would make him enrol in August 2014, but he postponed his enlistment deadline due to his musicals and seventh album comeback plans. Sungmin will appear in the main role in the Vampire musical Dracula, as Dracula, on July 1, 2014. Dracula, the musical name given to VAMPIRE by former labelmate Junsu's musical Dracula, was renamed to VAMPIRE as the two musicals were under the same direction but with different plots and actors. Super Junior World Tour Super Show 6 was announced in Seoul on September 21, 2014, as the Seoul city's regular starting tour.

Sungmin debuted on the musical stage in August 10, 2014, and the group's seventh album Mamacita followed him on a comeback as a Super Junior member from Aug.-Oct 2014.

He continued to perform in Super Show 6 until the tour's stop in Macau in early March, before starting his mandatory military service on March 31, 2015.

Sungmin resurfaced his musical solo performances after finishing his military service and being discharged at the end of 2016. It was announced in January 2017 that he had appeared in Boys Over Flowers for his first comeback musical role. The musical was scheduled to run from February 25 to May 7.

Sungmin unveiled "Day Dream" as the 47th track of the 'SM Station' project in March 2018, the first solo album since 2012; this was his first solo track since 2012, as an original soundtrack for the Korean drama "I Need a Fairy."

Lee Sungmin launched his own YouTube channel under the SM brand in January 2018, but by February 2018, he adopted the name Liu and named his channel Liu Studio. He performs a variety of shows, from answering letters sent by fans to marketing specific products he finds, vlogs, video games, and recording music. He and his colleague Haeun formed "MilkyWave" in March 2018. They have performed on many albums together: Toward the Moon, You Are You, Seu Reu (Zzz), and Make the Earth Move.

Sungmin's debut, Orgel, was his first mini-album, which means "Music box" on November 19, 2019. On November 22, the album and title song music video were released. All five songs on the album were acoustic tracks. In 11 countries, the mini appeared on iTunes' top album charts.

Sungmin was included in Korean composer Lee Haeun's "As It Is" in January 2020, a film in which he also participated in writing and composing.

Sungmin's digital album "Goodnight, Summer" was released on September 7, 2021.