|Lee Bo-young Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
|Date of Birth||January 12, 1979|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Lee Bo-young is a South Korean actress who is well-known for her work in TV shows My Daughter Seo-young (2012), I Can Hear Your Voice (2013), Whisper (2017), Mother (2018), When My Love Blooms (2020), and Mine (2021).
Seoul, South Korea
Bo-young attended Incheon Girls’ High School before enrolling at Seoul Women’s University from where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Korean Literature.
Bo-young is represented by J-Wide Company.
5 ft 6 in or 167.5 cm
54 kg or 119 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Bo-young has dated –
- Ji Sung (2004-Present) – Lee Bo-young met fellow actor Ji Sung on the set of Save Last Dance for Me in 2004. However, their relationship was publicly confirmed in 2007. Later, on August 2, 2013, the couple came out in handwritten letters announcing their engagement. Finally, on September 27, 2013, they tied the knot at Aston House, W Seoul Walkerhill Hotel. Together, the couple has 2 children named Kwak Ji-yoo (b. June 12, 2015) and Kwak Woo-sung (b. February 4, 2019).
Race / Ethnicity
She has South Korean ancestry.
- Thin upper lip
- Her straight eyebrows
Bo-young has appeared in commercials for several brands including –
- Ace bed
- Asiana Airlines
Lee Bo-young Favorite Things
- Role Until April 2021 – Kang Soo Jin in Mother (2018)
Source – Forbes
Lee Bo-young Facts
- Initially, Bo-young wanted to be a news presenter.
- Bo-young made it into the top 15 for MBC’s annual recruitment drive in 2002. However, she did not get the job. After that, Bo-young began her career in modeling.
- In 2000, she began her journey after winning the entry from Daejeon for the Miss Korea beauty pageant.
- She made her debut TV show appearance as Cha Mi-rim in Escape from Unemployment in 2003. Later, in 2004, Bo-young was cast in her first theatrical film as Mi-ryung in My Brother alongside the likes of Won Bin, Shin Ha-kyun, and Kim Hae-sook.
- Bo-young was featured in the music of Zia & 4Men’s Crying, Calling.
- In 2013, Bo-young was presented with Gallup Korea’s “Television Actor of the Year”.
- Her film credits include I Am Happy, A Dirty Carnival, Once Upon a Time, and More Than Blue.
- Bo-young made headlines in 2015 after she had donated 100 million won to the Children’s Cancer Center at Seoul National University Hospital.
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