Lee Young-ha

Lee Young-ha (born January 17, 1950) is a South Korean actor. He was a theater actor from 1969 until 1977, when he made his onscreen debut. Best known for his leading roles in Pillar of Mist, We Are Going to Geneva Now, and Only Because You Are a Woman, Lee remained active in film and television for the next three decades. In 2010 he returned to the stage to star in the Hur Jin-ho-directed play A Nap.[2]

Lee Young-ha
Born (1950-01-17) January 17, 1950 (age 70)[1]
EducationChung-Ang University - Theater and Film
Korea University Graduate School of Journalism and Mass Communication - Master's degree
OccupationActor
Years active1977-present
Spouse(s)Sunwoo Eun-sook (1981-2007; divorced)
Korean name
Hangul
Revised RomanizationI Yeong-ha
McCune–ReischauerI Yŏngha

Lee was married to actress Sunwoo Eun-sook for 26 years until their divorce in 2007. One of their two sons, Lee Sang-won, is also an actor. Lee and Sunwoo both enjoyed the spotlight in the 1970s and 1980s and got married in 1981 at the peak of their careers. The two have since become veteran actors who continue to act in TV dramas.[3][4][5][6]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

  • My Tutor Friend 2 (2007)
  • Paradise Lost (1998)
  • Robinson Crusoe '97 (1997)
  • Mom, the Star, and the Sea Anemone (1995)
  • Sado Sade Impotence (1994)
  • Myong-Ja Akiko Sonia (1992)
  • Theresa's Lover (1991)
  • Tears of Seoul (1991)
  • Mud Flat (1991)
  • Only Because You Are a Woman (1990)
  • All For You (1989)
  • Woo-dam-ba-ra (1989)
  • The Wolf's Curiosity Stole Pigeons (1989)
  • Today's Woman (1989)
  • Honeymoon (1989)
  • We Are Going to Geneva Now (1988)
  • That Last Winter (1988)
  • Y's Experience (1987)
  • The Hero Returns (1987)
  • Sorrow (1987)
  • Pillar of Mist (1987)
  • Invisible Man (1986)
  • Days of Seduction (1986)
  • With Her Eyes and Body (1986)
  • Wedding Night Misunderstanding (1986)
  • Colorful Scandal (1986)
  • Street of Desire (1986)
  • Rain Falling on Youngdong Bridge (1986)
  • Swamp of the Goddess (1985)
  • Fire Women Village (1985)
  • Love Song (1984)
  • A Drinking Glass and Lips (1984)
  • When A Woman Applies Makeup Twice (1984)
  • I Want to Go (1984)
  • Kyung-ah's Private Life (1983)
  • A Woman's Outing (1983)
  • Unforgettable First Love (1983)
  • A Time To Love, A Time To Part (1983)
  • Dancing Snail (1983)
  • Crying in a Butterfly's Embrace (1983)
  • Night of a Sorceress (1982)
  • Jin-ah's Rose Eaten By Bugs (1982)
  • I Did Love (1982)
  • Slave of Love (1982)
  • Winter Hunting (1982)
  • Abengo Airborne Corps (1982)
  • Dear Friend, Please Leave Quietly (1981)
  • 26 x 365 = 0 (Sequel) (1982)
  • The Carriage Running into the Winter (1982)
  • The Invited Ones (1981)
  • A Colorful Woman (1981)
  • A Battle Journal (1981)
  • Freezing Point '81 (1981)
  • Goodbye, Dad '81 (1981)
  • Echoes (1981)
  • Mrs. Kangbyeon (1981)
  • Winter Love (1980)
  • Wild Woman (1980)
  • The Bird of Fire (1980)
  • The Story of Murim Wicked Man (1980)
  • Vicious Woman (1980)
  • Woman I Abandoned II (1980)
  • You Are My Destiny (1980)
  • Woman on Vacation (1980)
  • Spring Rain in Winter (1980)
  • The Other's Room (1980)
  • Confessions of a College Girl (1980)
  • The Happiness of an Unhappy Woman (1979)
  • The Rain at Night (1979)
  • The Last Cup of Tea (1979)
  • The Twelve Boarders (1979)
  • Wound (1978)
  • The Sound of Laughter (1978)
  • The Last Winter (1978)
  • A Seashore Village (1978)
  • Miss Yang's Adventure (1978)
  • The Door (1978)
  • Splendid Outing (1978)
  • Mischief's Marching Song (1977)

Television dramaEdit

  • Late Night Restaurant (SBS / 2015)
  • You Are the Only One (KBS1 / 2014-2015)
  • Welcome Rain to My Life (SBS / 2012)
  • Ojakgyo Family (KBS2 / 2011-2012)
  • Iron Daughters-in-Law (MBC / 2011)
  • Gloria (MBC / 2010)
  • Love Marriage (KBS2 / 2008)
  • Golden Age of Daughters-in-law (KBS2 / 2007-2008)
  • Merry Mary (MBC / 2007)
  • H.I.T (MBC / 2007)
  • Barefoot Love (SBS / 2006)
  • Which Star Are You From? (MBC / 2006)
  • Bizarre Bunch (KBS1 / 2005-2006)
  • Rules of Love (MBC / 2005)
  • Sad Love Story (MBC / 2005)
  • I'm Sorry, I Love You (KBS2 / 2004)
  • Snow White: Taste Sweet Love (KBS2 / 2004)
  • Heaven's Fate (MBC / 2004-2005)
  • Breathless (MBC / 2003)
  • Sang Doo! Let's Go to School (KBS2 / 2003)
  • The Bean Chaff of My Life (MBC / 2003)
  • Fox and Cotton Candy (MBC / 2001)
  • Way of Living: Couple (SBS / 2001)
  • 그래도 사랑해 순미 (SBS / 2001)
  • Still Love (SBS / 2001)
  • Promise (KBS1 / 2001)
  • She's the One (KBS2 / 2000)
  • We Saw a Little Lost Bird (KBS2 / 1999)
  • 흐르는 것이 세월뿐이랴 (MBC / 1999)
  • Paper Crane (KBS / 1998)
  • Embrace (SBS / 1998)
  • Romance (SBS / 1998)
  • Seoul Tango (SBS / 1998)
  • Love (MBC / 1998)
  • Legendary Ambition (KBS2 / 1998)
  • Cinderella (MBC / 1997)
  • Open Your Heart (MBC / 1996)
  • Mangang (SBS / 1996)
  • Woman Riding a Bicycle (SBS / 1996)
  • Korea Gate (SBS / 1995)
  • Suk-hee (MBC / 1995)
  • Way of Living: Woman (SBS / 1994)
  • Work and Love (SBS / 1993)
  • Ways of Love (MBC / 1993)
  • 서른 한살의 반란 (KBS2 / 1993)
  • Wind in the Grass (MBC / 1992)
  • 지워진 여자 (KBS2 / 1989)
  • The Fifth Row (MBC / 1989)
  • 사랑의 기쁨 (KBS2 / 1988)
  • 여심 (KBS2 / 1988)
  • 간호병동 (KBS2 / 1984)
  • Ordinary People (KBS2 / 1982)
  • 레만호에 지다 (KBS / 1980)
  • 주인 (MBC / 1978)
  • The Door to Happiness (KBS / 1977)

TheaterEdit

  • Annie (2010)
  • A Nap (2010)

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Lee Young Ha". DramaFever. Retrieved 26 May 2018.
  2. ^ Jang, Kyung-jin (11 February 2010). "Filmmaker Hur Jin-ho tries his hand in directing a play". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-05-25.
  3. ^ Sa, Eun-young (22 October 2007). "Long-Time Star Couple Agree on Divorce". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2013-05-25.
  4. ^ "Two Star Couples Divorce". The Chosun Ilbo. 22 October 2007. Retrieved 2013-05-25.
  5. ^ https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/art/2018/03/398_245826.html
  6. ^ http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=3045831

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