Profile of Lee Byung-joon and Facts

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If you are a senior fan of Korean Drama, you must know Lee Byung-joon. He is a South Korean actor who has a very long list of movies and dramas that he has starred in. He started his career on 1995 by movie The Eternal Empire. Now, Lee Byung-joon is best known for his supporting role in A Bloody Aria (2006), Highway Star (2007), and Eye for an Eye (2008). He also was cast for the the main role in dramas Kokkiri (2008) as Joo Bok-Man, Oh My God both in Oh My God 1 & 2 as himself, and Salamander Guru and The Gang (2012) as Bum Gyu.

This is Byung-joon’s profile in details:

Name: Lee Byung-joon
Hangul: 이병준
Birthdate: January 27, 1964
Birthplace: South Korea
Education: Dongguk University – Master’s Degree in Culture and Art, Dankook University – Ph.D. in Korean Language and Culture
Height: 180cm
Weight: 80kg
Agency: Hanahreum Company

Lee Byung-joon’s Long List of Movies and Dramas

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As the headline says, we will give you a long list of movies and dramas that Byung-joon has a role in it. He also rumored to have a role in an upcoming drama called Mojito. Mojito is a romantic comedy drama about a cash-poor businessman heir who, for some reason, sets up a bar that only operates during the day. The truth of the matter is that he is afraid of the night. He meets a woman who is used to being broke and the two of them fall in love. The drama set to air on December 2018. Let’s get excited for it!

Movies:

  • You Call It Passion (2015)
  • Collective Invention (2015)
  • My Dictator (2014)
  • Mr. Perfect (2014)
  • Born to Sing (2013) (cameo)
  • Ghost Sweepers (2012) (cameo)
  • A Millionaire on the Run (2012) (cameo)
  • The Suck Up Project: Mr. XXX-Kisser (2012)
  • Love Fiction (2012)
  • Never Ending Story (2012)
  • Perfect Game (2011) (cameo)
  • Earth Rep Rolling Stars (animated, 2011)
  • Man of Vendetta (2010)
  • Le Grand Chef 2: Kimchi Battle (2010)
  • City of Fathers (2009) (cameo)
  • Eye for an Eye (2008)
  • Highway Star (2007)
  • Good Night (short film, 2007)
  • Dasepo Naughty Girls (2006)
  • A Bloody Aria (2006)
  • Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005)
  • Mugoonghwa – Korean National Flower (1995)
  • Sunset Into the Neon Lights (1995)
  • The Eternal Empire (1995)

Dramas:

  • I’m Not a Robot (MBC, 2017)
  • Confession Couple (KBS2, 2017)
  • Our Gap-soon (SBS, 2016–2017)
  • You Are a Gift (SBS, 2016)
  • Another Oh Hae-young (tvN, 2016)
  • She Was Pretty (MBC, 2015)
  • The King’s Face (KBS2, 2014)
  • Naeil’s Cantabile (KBS2, 2014)
  • Drama Special “Suspicious Ward No. 7” (KBS2, 2014)
  • A New Leaf (MBC, 2014)
  • Cunning Single Lady (MBC, 2014)
  • Drama Special “Came to Me and Became a Star” (KBS2, 2013)
  • Your Neighbor’s Wife (jTBC, 2013)
  • Wang’s Family (KBS2, 2013)
  • I Can Hear Your Voice (SBS, 2013) (cameo, ep 7)
  • Incarnation of Money (SBS, 2013)
  • Jeon Woo-chi (KBS2, 2012)
  • The Innocent Man (KBS2, 2012)
  • Faith (SBS, 2012)
  • Bridal Mask (KBS2, 2012)
  • Goodbye Dear Wife (Channel A, 2012)
  • Salamander Guru and The Shadows (SBS, 2012)
  • Oh My God – Season 2 (SBS Plus, 2012)
  • Saving Mrs. Go Bong-shil (TV Chosun, 2011) (cameo)
  • Me Too, Flower! (MBC, 2011)
  • Poseidon (KBS2, 2011)
  • Spy Myung-wol (KBS2, 2011)
  • Birdie Buddy (tvN, 2011)
  • Oh My God (SBS Plus, 2011)
  • Dream High (KBS2, 2011)
  • Secret Garden (SBS, 2010)
  • Secret Agent Miss Oh (KBS2, 2010)
  • Harvest Villa (tvN, 2010)
  • Master of Study (KBS2, 2010)
  • Tamra, the Island (MBC, 2009)
  • Hot Blood (KBS2, 2009)
  • Cinderella Man (MBC, 2009)
  • The Slingshot (KBS2, 2009)
  • Don’t Ask Me About the Past (OCN, 2008)
  • Kokkiri (Elephant) (MBC, 2008)
  • Get Karl! Oh Soo-jung (SBS, 2007)
  • War of Money (SBS, 2007)
  • Merry Mary (MBC, 2007)
  • Mackerel Run (SBS, 2007)
  • Hyena (tvN, 2006)
  • Korea Secret Agency (SBS, 2006)
  • Fashion 70’s (SBS, 2005)
  • When a Man Loves (SBS, 2004)
  • Dae Jang Geum (MBC, 2003)
  • Rustic Period (SBS, 2002)
  • Dancing Girl Wawa (EBS, 2001)

Lee Byung-joon’s Teaching Profession

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Although he has a good career at being an actor, Byung-joon is also active in being a lecturer. He is a lecturer in Sookmyung Women’s University, an adjunct professor in Paekche Institute of the Arts, an adjunct professor in Dankook University, and finally in Department of Broadcasting Entertainment in School of Performing Arts (SOPA).