|Date of Birth||12 July 1970 , Seoul, South Korea|
Mini Bio (1)
Born in Seoul, South Korea in 1970, Byung-hun Lee grew up in a wealthy family, thanks to his father, who was a successful businessman. He never dreamed of pursuing acting until a friend of his mother's suggested it. He auditioned for the KBS television network in 1991 and was accepted. His first project was a short lived TV series called "Asphalt My Hometown". Lee became popular, especially with the female crowd, in his next KBS project, "Tomorrow Love", in 1992. Though he continued to do TV series' throughout the 90s, he also tried his luck in feature films. Many of his earlier films were flops, until 2000, when he appeared in "J.S.A. Joint Security Area". The film became his first major blockbuster. Unfortunately, Lee's father passed away that same year. Over the years, Lee's popularity continued to grow, with successful TV series', like "Beautiful Days" and "All In", and features, such as "A Bittersweet Life" and "The Good, The Bad, The Weird". In 2009, Lee took on a supporting role in his very first Hollywood film "G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra". Lee was becoming an international celebrity. His success has continued rising with the highly anticipated TV show "Iris" and his other feature films "I Saw the Devil" and "Masquerade". He is also continuing to make his Hollywood mark with successful movies, such as "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" and "Red 2". It's safe to say, Lee's career has just begun and it looks like a bright road ahead.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Chris Green
|Min-jung Lee||(10 August 2013 - present)|
|Ailiseu (2009)||$90,000 per episode|