Lee Joo-young (actress, born 1992)

Lee Joo-young (born February 14, 1992)[1] is a South Korean actress. Her most notable appearances are in the television series Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo (2016–17) and Itaewon Class (2020). She received her first lead role as reporter Seo Jeong-in in OCN triller drama serial Times (2021).

Lee Joo-young
Lee at the Berlin International Film Festival in February 2023
Born (1992-02-14) February 14, 1992 (age 32)
Alma materKyung Hee University - Theater and Film
Years active2011–present
AgentAce Factory
Korean name
Revised RomanizationLee Juyeong
McCune–ReischauerLee Chuyŏng

Filmography edit

Film edit

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Behinds Short film
2012 Encounter
2013 Living Things
Beauty of Journey
A Hidden Story Short film
2015 The Transfer Student
2016 The Eternal Theme of Humanity
Chae's Movie Theater Soo-yeon
A Quiet Dream Joo-young
Jane Ji-su
Jamsil Young Jo Seong-sook
2017 Alone Together Ju-won Short film
An Algorithm Lee Min-Ah Featurette
2018 The Negotiation Lee Da-bin
Maggie Yeo Yoon-young
2020 Baseball Girl Joo Soo-in
2022 Broker Detective Lee [2][3]
Leave at Door, Bell X Director Premiere at 27th BIFF; Short film[4]
2023 Green Night Green haired girl [5]

Television series edit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2016–17 Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo Lee Seon-ok [6]
2018 Something in the Rain Lee Ye-eun [7]
The Ghost Detective Gil Chae-won [8]
2019 Drama Special Jo Soo-ah Episode: "Home Sweet Home" [9]
2020 Itaewon Class Ma Hyun-yi [10]
2021 Times Seo Jung-in First lead role [11]

Web series edit

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Women at a Game Company [ko] Joo-young
Horror Delivery Service
2017 Someone Noticeable [ko]
Hip Hop Teacher  [ko] Gong Seul-gi [12]
2023 The Deal Cha Soo-an Special appearance[13]

Web shows edit

Year Title Role Ref.
2022 Young Actors' Retreat Cast member [14]

Hosting edit

Year Event Notes Ref.
2021 Closing ceremony 26th Busan International Film Festival with Lee Joon-hyuk [15]

Music video appearances edit

Year Song title Artist
2015 "Weltanschauung" Hail
2016 "Wish Tree" Red Velvet
"12:25" f(x)
"Pain Poem" Kim Bum-soo and Kenzie
"Liquor" Sleeq
2019 "With You" Crush

Awards and nominations edit

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.
Asia Artist Awards 2020 Best Icon Award Lee Joo-young Won
Baeksang Arts Awards 2018 Best New Actress – Film Jane Nominated [16]
2021 Best New Actress – Television Times Nominated [17]
Blue Dragon Film Awards 2021[18] Best New Actress Baseball Girl Nominated [19][20]
Buil Film Awards 2017 Best New Actress Jane Nominated [21]
2020 Best Actress Baseball Girl Nominated
2022 Best Supporting Actress Broker Nominated [22]
Busan International Film Festival 2018 Actress of the Year Maggie Won [23]
BIFF Marie Claire Asia Star Awards 2019 Rising Star Award Won [24]
Chunsa Film Art Awards 2018 Best New Actress Jane Nominated [25]
Goyang Smart Film Festival 2014 Best Actress A Hidden Story Won [26]
KBS Drama Awards 2018 Best New Actress The Ghost Detective Nominated [27]
2019 Best Actress in a One-Act/Special/Short Drama Home Sweet Home Won [28]
30th Korea Culture Entertainment Awards 2022 Best Actress Award Broker Won [29]
Seoul Independent Film Festival 2019 Independent Star Award Baseball Girl Won [30]
Wildflower Film Awards 2017 Best Supporting Actress A Quiet Dream Nominated [31]
2020 Best Actress Maggie Nominated [32]

References edit

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  3. ^ Kim Ye-rang (April 11, 2022). "브로커' 송강호→ '아기 엄마' 아이유…6월 개봉 확정" ['Broker' Kang-ho Song → 'Baby's mother' IU... June release confirmed] (in Korean). The Korea Economic Daily. Retrieved April 11, 2022 – via Naver.
  4. ^ Jeon, Min-jae (September 28, 2022). "부국제 티켓팅 오류'…조현철·이주영도 본인 작품 예매 실패" [Business International Ticketing Error'... Cho Hyun-cheol and Lee Joo-young also failed to pre-order their own works] (in Korean). SBS Entertainment News. Retrieved October 3, 2022 – via Naver.
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  18. ^ Delayed Until 2021 Due To COVID-19
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