Lee Dae-yeon

Lee Dae-yeon (born November 13, 1964) is a South Korean actor.

Lee Dae-yeon
Born (1964-11-13) November 13, 1964 (age 56)
AgentJR Entertainment
Korean name
Revised RomanizationI Dae-yeon
McCune–ReischauerI Tae-yŏn



Year Title Role
1996 The River Flows To Tomorrow
1997 Poison
1999 The Harmonium in My Memory
2000 Peppermint Candy President Kang/Detective Kang
Joint Security Area
2001 Hi! Dharma! Chang-guen
The Last Witness
2002 Bad Guy
L'Abri (Bus Stop)
Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
YMCA Baseball Team
2003 My Teacher, Mr. Kim
A Tale of Two Sisters Bae Su-mi's doctor
Oldboy Beggar
2004 Arahan
Three... Extremes - segment: "Cut"
2005 Red Eye Professor Kim
This Charming Girl Uncle
Innocent Steps
Rules of Dating Teacher Jo
Lady Vengeance Parent of abducted child
Princess Aurora Chief detective
When Romance Meets Destiny Doctor
2007 The Show Must Go On Company president Baek
Paradise Murdered Captain Kim
Texture of Skin
Mission Possible: Kidnapping Granny K
Scout Baek Boo-jang
2008 Lovers of Six Years Lee Da-jin's doctor
Out of My Intention (short film) Middle-aged man
2009 Boat Bo-kyeong
Paju Pastor
Triangle Section Chief Kim
2010 A Little Pond[1] Jiang's uncle
Cyrano Agency Pastor
2011 Battlefield Heroes Tang Dynasty, Yi Juk
A Confession In Kang-han
The Last Blossom Dr. Jang
2012 Dancing Queen Pil-je
2013 South Bound Public safety top line
Dead End Hong Gook-jang
11 A.M. Chief Jo
Geochang Massacre - Bloody Winter
2014 The Pirates Yi Seong-gye
2015 C'est si bon Oh Geun-tae's father
Coin Locker Girl Dr. Ahn
Alice in Earnestland Chief
The Throne Kim Sang-ro
2016 Pure Love Soo-ok's father
Horror Stories 3 - segment: "Road Rage" Truck man
2017 I Can Speak Borough chief

Television seriesEdit

Year Title Role Network
2003 Snowman Detective Kim MBC
Good Person Father Choi
2004 Drama City
Magic Yang Byung-soo SBS
Ireland Noh Dong-seok MBC
2005 My Love Toram Kim Il-bong SBS
18 vs. 29 Choi Ki-ja KBS2
Resurrection Gyung Gi-do
Shin Don Ki-chul MBC
2006 Famous Princesses Goo Soo-han KBS2
Finding Dorothy Captain Pyo MBC
2007 Eight Days, Assassination Attempts against King Jeongjo Mun Inbang Channel CGV
2008 King Sejong the Great Choi Hae-san KBS1
Spotlight Go Byung-chun MBC
Hometown Legends
"Demon's Story"
Lee Dae-gam KBS2
2009 The Road Home Park Chil-nam KBS1
Cinderella Man (cameo) MBC
2010 The Slave Hunters Bhikkhu Myung-ahn KBS2
Oh! My Lady Eom Dae-yong SBS
Drama Special
"Spy Trader Kim Chul Soo's Recent Condition"
Yoon Dong-hwa KBS2
2011 My Princess So Sun-woo MBC
Drama Special Series
"Perfect Spy"
Jung Kyu-yong KBS2
The Princess' Man Kwon Ram
2012 Man from the Equator[2] Kim Kyung-pil
I Do, I Do President Yeom MBC
Jeon Woo-chi Policeman Moon KBS2
2013 Flower Boys Next Door Hong Soon-chul tvN
Ad Genius Lee Tae-baek President Choi KBS2
TV Novel: Eunhui Kim Hyung-man
The Blade and Petal Do-soo
Medical Top Team Hwang Cheol-goo MBC
Drama Special
"The Devil Rider"
Kang Gae KBS2
Golden Rainbow Kim Jae-soo MBC
2014 Beyond the Clouds Jung Do-joon KBS2
Three Days Han Ki-joon SBS
The Full Sun[3] Jung Do-joon KBS2
Golden Cross Kang Joo-wan
Big Man Kim Han-doo
Run, Jang-mi Jang Myung-moon SBS
Drama Special
"The Tale of the Bookworm"
Lee Yi-chum KBS2
2015 Spy Jung Kyu-yong
Thank You, My Son Jang Hyung-san
Who Are You: School 2015 Han Ki-choon
Oh My Ghost Shin Myung-ho tvN
Splash Splash Love Choe Man-ri MBC
2016 Goodbye Mr. Black Min Yong-jae
Love in the Moonlight Jo Man-hyeong KBS2
Blow Breeze Lee Kyung-shik MBC
2017 The Universe's Star Woo-joo's father Naver TV Cast
TV Novel: A Sea of Her Own Yoon Dong-chul KBS2
The Liar and His Lover (cameo) tvN
Live Up to Your Name Professor Hwang
Revolutionary Love Jang Se-man
Two Cops Yoo Jung-man MBC
2018 Lawless Lawyer Woo Hyung-man tvN
About Time Husband (Cameo, Ep. 1)
Let Me Introduce Her Han Young-cheol SBS
2019 Item[4] Shin Goo-cheol MBC
Abyss Seo Cheon-shik tvN
Justice Kang Il-man (Cameo) KBS2
Hot Stove League Kim Jong-moo SBS
2020 Hi Bye, Mama! Kim Pan-seok (Cameo, Ep. 7 & 9) tvN
Fatal Promise Cha Man-jong KBS2


  1. ^ "[ChanMi's movie news] A Little Pond finally screened!". Hancinema. 20 September 2009. Retrieved 2016-09-19.
  2. ^ "The Equator Man Lee Dae-yeon's death, a total crime". Hancinema. 22 March 2012. Retrieved 2016-09-19.
  3. ^ "The Full Sun Kim Young-cheol, Kim Seon-kyeong, Lee Dae-yeon and more". Hancinema. 27 January 2014. Retrieved 2016-09-19.
  4. ^ "[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Fantasy Blockbuster "Item" Holds Script Reading". Hancinema. October 22, 2018.

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