Lee Sung-Jae

Lee Sung-Jae is one of the senior actor in South Korea. He becomes the star of some film, television series and drama. He gets some awards because of his perfect acting. Let's read about Lee Sung-Jae, profile and facts below. 

Lee Sung-Jae
Lee Sung-Jae

Lee Sung-Jae Profile

When we talk about the senior South Korean actor, the name of "Lee Sung-Jae" will be one of the nomination. He is a famous actor coming from Seoul, South Korea. I Seong-jae, his other name, was born in August 23, 1970. Now, he is 45-year old and still become one of the favorite actor from some films in South Korea. The handsome Lee Sung-Jae started his professional work from 1995 until the present. He stared some types of entertainment, as film, television series, and variety show.

This is Lee Sung-Jae profile:

Name: "Lee Sung-Jae"
Hangul: 이성재
Birthdate: August 23, 1970
Birthplace: South Korea
University: Dongguk University
Height: 180cm
The fact said that Lee Sung-Jae became one of the famous senior actor in South Korea. He started his career by working on TV becoming the MBC drama for The Love of Two Women. Then, for the film career, he played his regular work in romantic comedy film entitled Art Museum by The Zoo. In this film, he acted opposite the superstar Shim Eun-ha. The success acting of this film gives the nice career to him. Yes, he gets more jobs with the different role.

In other film, he acts with Kim Hee-sun in the film entitled Ghost in Love. This film becomes one of the favorite film in South Korea in the late 1990s. Then, in 2001, Lee Sung-Jae starred a drama entitled A Day. In this drama, his roles opposite Ko So-young. It is his first drama and this drama gets many appreciations from his fans. By the great role of him, the handsome Lee Sung-Jae starred some others film after it. His latest film is A Wife’s Credentials in 2012.

Lee Sung-Jae Facts

There are some unique facts of Lee Sung-Jae, which can be the inspiration for his fans. In the first, he played many film with the different genre and became the different character. However, he could play well in every character because he loved his role. In other hand, sometimes, he realized that he was old, there are many young actors in South Korea, and he felt silly about it. However, he is still able to show his best performance.

Lee Sung-Jae 2
Lee Sung-Jae 2

Because of the great acting, "Lee Sung-Jae" gets some awards in his career. In 1999, he gets some awards, as 35th Baeksang Arts Awards; 7th Chunsa Film Art Awards; 36th Grand Bell Awards; and 20th Blue Dragon Film Awards. In those awards, he gets the awards in same categories, as the Best New Actor. Then, in 2000, he Get Popularity Awards in 36th Baeksang Arts Awards.

Lee Sung-Jae Movies List

Song of Dreams (Hyeonui Norae) (2011) as U-Reuk
3d Natali (Natalri) (2010) as Hwang Jun-Hyuk
Dreams Come True (Ggumeun Yirueojinda) (2010)
The Mafia, the Salesman (Sangsabuilche) (2007) as Gye Doo-Sik
Daisy (2006) as Jeong Woo
Holiday Holli-dei (2006) as Ji Kang-heon
Shin Suk-ki blues (2004) as Shin Suk-ki
Dance with the Wind (Baramui jeonseol) (2004) as Park Pung-shik
Ice Rain (Bingwoo) (2004) as Kang Joong-hyun
Public Enemy (Gonggongui jeog) (2002) as Kyu-hwan, Jo
Kick the Moon (Shinlaui dalbam) (2001) as Park Young-jun
A Day Haru (2001) as Seok-yoon
Barking Dogs Never Bite (Flandersui gae) (2000) as Yun-ju
Attack the Gas Station! (Juyuso seubgyuksageun) (1999) as No Mark
Art Museum by the Zoo (Misulgwan yup dongmulwon) (1998) as Chul-su
Ghost in Love (Jaguimo) (1998) as Kantorates

Lee Sung-Jae Drama Series List

Jealousy Incarnate (Jiltooui Hwashin) (SBS / 2016) as Kim Rak
Mirror of the Witch (Manyeobogam) (JTBC / 2016) as Choi Hyun-Seo
Warm and Cozy (Maendorong Ttottot) (MBC / 2015) as Song Jung-Geun
The King's Face (Wangui Eolgool) (KBS2 / 2014-2015) as King Seonjo
The Suspicious Housekeeper (Soosanghan Gajungboo) (SBS / 2013) as Eun Sang-Chul
Gu Family Book (Gugaui Seo) (MBC / 2013) as Jo Gwan-Woong
The Sons (Adeulnyeosukdeul) (MBC / 2012-2013) as Yoo Hyun-Gi
A Wife's Credentials (Anaeui Jagyeog) (jTBC / 2012) as Kim Tae-Oh
Poseidon (KBS2 / 2011) as Kwon Jung-Ryool
Love and Law (Daehanminguk Byeonhosa) (MBC / 2008) as Han Min-Kook
Stranger Than Paradise (Cheonkukboda Nachseon) (SBS / 2006)


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