|Lee Geung-young Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 8 in|
|Date of Birth||December 12, 1960|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Lee Geung-young is a South Korean actor, director, and writer who has been cast in movies like Sweet & Sour, Monstrum, Gate, Real, Snatch Up, Steel Rain, Along With the Gods: The Two Worlds, The Prison, The Battleship Island, Man of Will, The Merciless, New Trial, The Mayor, I’m Doing Fine in Middle School, Pandora, Misbehavior, The Long Way Home, Inside Men, Untouchable Lawmen, Memories of the Sword, Fashion King, The Beauty Inside, Minority Opinion, Assassination, Chronicle of a Blood Merchant, Tazza: The Hidden Card, Whistle Blower, Kundo: Age of the Rampant, The Pirates, Venus Talk, Another Promise, Hwayi: A Monster Boy, Genome Hazard, The Terror Live, The Berlin File, National Security, 26 Years, A Millionaire on the Run, A Company Man, War of the Arrows, Someone Behind You, The Divine Weapon, The Windmill Palm Grove, Death Song, Out to the World, and Watercolors in Rain 2, The Zelkova Hill. Additionally, he is also known for his television roles like playing Yeo Byung-gyu in The World of the Married, Choi Young-hoo in Misaeng: Incomplete Life, Lee Kang-wook in Fireworks, Dae Sa-je in The Bride of Habaek, Edward Park in Vagabond, and Jo Tae-seop in Again My Life.
Lee Kyeong-yeong, Lee Kyung-young
Chungju, North Chungcheong Province, South Korea
Lee Geung-young attended Hanyang University, a private research university located in South Korea, and graduated from its Theater and Film department.
Actor, Director, Writer
5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
72 kg or 158.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Lee Geung-young is of Korean descent.
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Lee Geung-young Facts
- He was cast as Pyon Chin-su in the 1992 war film White Badge and this role won him the 3rd Chunsa Film Art Award for “Best Supporting Actor” and 29th Baeksang Arts Award for “Best Actor (Film)”.
- Lee Geung-young served as a writer for the 2002 drama film The Beauty in Dream.
- He was accused of prostitution with a minor aged 17 with the promise of starring the girl in a movie in 2002. He was immediately arrested and after he was found guilty, Lee Geung-young was ordered 160 hours of social service and 10 months of prison time with 2 years of probation.
- Lee Geung-young played Lee Jang-hwan in the 2014 drama film Whistle Blower, co-starring alongside Park Hae-il and Yoo Yeon-seok. For this performance, he won the Special Jury Prize at the 35th Golden Cinema Festival as well as got nominated at the 51st Grand Bell Awards, 35th Blue Dragon Film Awards, and 51st Baeksang Arts Awards.
- Lee Geung-young appeared as Yoon Hak-cheol in the 2017 period action film, The Battleship Island, and bagged the 25th Korea Culture & Entertainment Award in the “Top Excellence Award, Actor in Film” category for his performance.
- In 2019, he brought to life the character of Edward Park (Korean name: Park Ki-pyo), the head of D.K.P (Dynamic KP), in the romantic spy action-thriller television series Vagabond. This got him nominated for an SBS Drama Award for “Best Supporting Actor”.
- Alongside Kim Hee-ae, Park Hae-joon, Han So-hee, Park Sun-young, Kim Young-min, Chae Gook-hee, Kim Sun-kyung, Jeon Jin-seo, Shim Eun-woo, Lee Hak-joo, and Lee Moo-saeng, Lee Geung-young co-starred as Yeo Byung-gyu in the 2020 family romantic thriller television series The World of the Married.
- As a director, Lee Geung-young has worked on films like The Beauty in Dream and The Gate of Destiny.
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