About Lee Ah-hyun: Profile, Husband, Movies, TV Shows, and Drama List

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Lee Ah-hyun, one of Korea’s current longest running actresses in the Korean entertainment industry, first made her ravishing debut in 1994. Starting from her debut, Lee Ah-hyun has made quite the impression on critics and viewers alike.

Lee Ah-Hyun’s Profile

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Name: Lee Ah-hyun (이아현)

Birth date: April 13, 1972

Birth place: Seoul, South Korea

Height: 167 cm

Weight: 58 kg

Zodiac: Aries

Education: Yonsei University- Voice, Sejong University-Graduate School of Performing Arts

Hobby: Playing the piano and violin

Career on the TV and Drama List

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Lee Ah-hyun, born in Seoul, South Korea, made her debut in 1994 through KBS2’s drama Daughter of a Rich Family. Her role as Kwon So-ryung led to her recognition in the entertainment industry by taking home the trophy for Best New Actress at the 1994 KBS Drama Awards.

Although having a bright starting career and starring in more than five dramas throughout the nineties, her fanbase only grew larger in the early 2000’s. Lee Ah-hyun’s following grew in size due to her role in Wild Flower, My Name is Kim Sam Soon/My Lovely Kim Sam Soon and Only You, which she all starred in 2005.

Up until 2018, the 46 year old actress has starred in more than twenty titles of dramas. Out of all the characters she had portrayed, she is best known for her roles in Bang Ja Chronicles (2011), The Queen’s Classroom (2013) and Tomorrow’s Cantabile (2014). She recently starred in JTBC’s drama Mist (2018) as Lee Yun-jeong.

List of Dramas

Year Title Role Network
1994 Daughter of A Rich Family Kwon So-ryung KBS2
1995 LA Arirang Eldest daughter Yu-mi SBS
Inside The Mysterious Mirror Yeon-hee SBS
1996 Me MBC
White Dandelion Seo Young-eun KBS1
Drama Game “석세스클럽에 간 사나이” KBS2
1998 Tomorrow English Teacher EBS
1999 Should My Tears Show Kim Kyung-eun MBC
2000 New Nonstop (guest, episode 69) MBC
Say It With Your Eyes MBC
Feels Good MBC
Secret Ha Mi-ra MBC
2001 The Jewelry Box in My Heart Yoon Hee-jung MBC
Sangdo Cho-rae MBC
Her House Dr. Jung Mi-so MBC
TV Novel: Stepmother Heo Sang-in KBS1
Picnic Joo-hye MBC
2002 Age of Innocence SBS
Let’s Get Married Moon Soo-kyung KBS2
MBC Best Theater “The Lost Umbrella” Song Hye-joo MBC
2003 The King’s Woman Lady Heo SBS
Near to You Yeon-sook SBS
2004 MBC Best Theater “Dreaming of Romance” Lee Soon-young MBC
2005 Pingguari Kim Se-young SBS
Drama City “Spaghetti Date” In-joo KBS2
Only You Han Yi-kyung SBS
My Lovely Sam Soon/ My Name is Kim Sam Soon Kim Yi-young MBC
Wild Flower Lee Soon-jung SBS
2006 Love and Hate Kim Jung-hee KBS2
2008 I Love You, Don’t Cry Jo Mi-sun MBC
2009 Dream Jung Geum-ja SBS
Mrs. Town Ahn Bo-bae tvN
2010 Sundray Drama Theater “It’s Me, Grandma” Aunt MBC
Marry Me, Mary! Kam So-young KBS2
Your Heaven Mi-yeon SBS
2011 Twinkle Twinkle Hwang Tae-ran MBC
Servant, The Untold Story of Bang-ja Wol-mae CGV
Color of Women Oh Mi-rae Channel A
2012 Take Care of Us, Captain Yang Mal-ja SBS
Love Again Kim Mi-hee jTBC
To The Beautiful You Director Jang SBS
2013 TV Novel: Samsaengi Go Mak-rye KBS2
Princess Aurora Lee Kang-sook MBC
The Queen’s Classroom Im Eung-young, Ha-na’s Mother MBC
The Greatest Thing in The World Gu Ye-ri MBC
2014 Jeong Do-jeon Jeong Do-jeon’s wife, Lady Choi KBS1
Golden Cross Kim Se-ryung KBS2
Naeil’s Cantabile/ Tomorrow’s Cantabile Yang Sun-young KBS2
Drama Special “The Final Puzzle” Jae-kyung KBS2
2016 Cinderella and Four Knights Seo-woo’s Mother tvN
2018 Misty Lee Yun-jeong