Lee Hyun-woo, the Korean Actor
Debuting as a child actor, Lee Hyun-woo successfully matured into a young fine actor who worked with famous and equally talented actors and actresses, such as Kim Soo-hyun, Park Hyung-shik, Lee Yo-won, Park Seo-joon, and Yoo Seung-ho. His acting skill has been appreciated as well through the awards that he has received, such as Best Young Actor on KBS Drama Awards in 2008, New Star Award on SBS Drama Awards in 2012, and Rising Star Award on the 30th Korea Best Dresser Swan Awards in 2015. In this article, Channel-Korea will explain all about Lee Hyun-woo which includes his full profile and facts, his age, height, and weight, the list of her television dramas, movies, television shows, and songs, his plastic surgery, his abs, his family, his dating rumor with IU, his military service, and his Instagram feed. So, stay tuned!
Lee Hyun-woo’s Full Profile and Facts
Birth Name: Lee Hyun-woo
Date of Birth: Seoul, South Korea, 23 March 1993
Occupation: Actor and singer
Nationality: South Korean
Blood Type: B
Zodiac Sign: Aries
Chinese Astrology: Rooster
Siblings: 1 (older sister)
Education: Dongguk University, with a major in Department of Theater and Film
Talent Agency: Key East Entertainment, Content Y (2017 – present)
Fun Facts You Have to Know About Lee Hyun-woo:
- Lee Hyun-woo likes to listen to Big Bang’s songs, as well as ballad songs.
- Lee Hyun-woo prefers to get an antagonist role. However, he tends to act as a protagonist more often.
- Despite starring in in God of Study, Lee Hyun-woo never watched the original version of the drama, Dragon Sakura.
- Lee Hyun-woo’s favorite sport is football.
- Lee Hyun-woo prefers to star in action movies because ever since he was a child, he has starred in historical and royalty dramas. He said that action movies are challenging, so it must be fun.
- Lee Hyun-woo has decent martial arts skills because he often starred in historical and royalty dramas.
Lee Hyun-woo’s Age, Height, and Weight
As had been explained in hid personal profile earlier, Lee Hyun-woo was born in 1993. According to the Korean Age System, in 2018 Lee Hyun-woo’s age is 26 years old while according to the International Age System, Lee Hyun-woo is 25 years old. Besides Lee Hyun-woo, there are other Korean female and male celebrities who were born in 1993 as well, such as Yoo Seung-ho, T-ARA’s Park Jiyeon, f(x)’s Luna, Seo Kang-joon, Apink’s Eunji and Bomi, Park Bo-gum, IU, and Bae Noo-ri. On the other hand, Lee Hyun-woo is considered to have a short body as his height is only 172 cm, whereas his weight is 55 kg.
List of Lee Hyun-woo’s Dramas, Movies, and TV Shows
As had been explained at the beginning, Lee Hyun-woo was more known as a child actor which later established his name among the young actors in the showbiz industry. The viewers of South Korea’s historical dramas may have seen him frequently ever since he was a child. Even so, the genre of dramas that Lee Hyun-woo has played in is not limited as he also acted on the school themed dramas God of Study, Moorim School and The Liar and His Lover, crime movie The Con Artists, and thriller movie Northern Limit Line, as well as music videos which he became the model that depicts the songs’ lyrics. Here you may check the list of Lee Hyun-woo’s drama, films, and music videos below!
2004 – KBS Oolla Boolla Blue-jjang (as Supporting Role)
2005 – SBS Spring Day (as Supporting Role)
2005 – Music video of Haha’s Jump
2005 –Baribari Jjang (as Supporting Role)
2006 – Holiday (as Supporting Role)
2006 – A Dirty Carnival (Main Role as young Min-ho)
2006 – KBS2 Hwarang Fighter Maru (Main Role as Seo Da-ham)
2007 – MBC The Legend (Supporting Role as the young version of Cheoro)
2007 – SBS Lobbyist (Main Role as the young version of Harry / Joo-ho)
2007 – Hwang Jin Yi (Supporting Role as young Nomi)
2008 – KBS1 and KBS2 The Great King, Sejong (Guest Role as Prince Choong-nyeong on episode 1-5)
2008 – KBS2 Things We Do That We Know We Will Regret / Four Colors of Love (Main Role as Lee Jung-wook on episode 4: On a Night Sparkling with Stars)
2009 – MBC The Return of Iljimae (Supporting Role as Cha Dol-yi)
2009 – MBC Queen Seondeok (Supporting Role as the young version of Kim Yushin)
2009 – MBC What’s for Dinner? / Give Me Food (Main Role as Tommy)
2010 – KBS2 Master of Study (Main Role as Hong Chan-doo)
2010 – The Loneliness of Butcher Boy (Main Role as Tae-shik)
2010 – Theater show Footloose (Main Role as Ren McCormack)
2010 – SBS Running Man (as Guest Cast on episode 225)
2011 – Glove (Supporting Role as Kim Jin-man)
2011 – MBC Gyebaek (Supporting Role as the young version of Gyebaek)
2011 – KBS2 Brain (Guest Role as Park Dong-hwa on episodes 1-4)
2011 – Music video of IU’s You and I
2011-2012 – jTBC Music on Top (as Host)
2012 – Music video of Acoustic Collabo’s First Love’s Melody
2012 – KBS2 Man from the Equator (Supporting Role as the young version of Kim Sun-woo)
2012 – SBS To the Beautiful You (Main Role as Cha Eun-gyul)
2012-2014 – SBS Inkigayo (as Host)
2013 – Secretly, Greatly (Main Role as Lee Hae-jin)
2013 – Music video of Akdong Musician’s I Love You
2014 – QTV Lee Hyun-woo and Park Ji-bin Real Mate in Saipan
2014 – The Con Artists (Main Role as Jong-bae)
2015 – Northern Limit Line (Main Role as Medic Park Dong-hyuk)
2015 – The Beauty Inside (Main Role as Woo-jin)
2015 – SBS Run Toward Tomorrow (Main Role as Kang Moon-jae)
2015 – MBC The Scholar Who Walks the Night (Guest Role as Prince Jeonghyeon on episode 1
2016 – KBS2 Moorim School: Saga of the Brave (Main Role as Yoon Shi-woo)
2016 – Music video of KCM’s Ordinary Love
2017 – tvN The Liar and His Lover (Main Role as Kang Han-kyul)