Profile of Lee Hyung-suk (Korean Actor)

Lee Hyung-suk is well-known as a Korean actor. In the year 2008, he made his first appearance in drama production, movie project, and also a theater show. In his 4th drama project, Dong Yi, he got the chance to film along with top stars like Lee Kwang Soo, Han Hyo Joo, and Lee So Yeon. He was showered with a lot of praise from viewers about his natural acting. No wonder he won an award at the same year. People also praised his acting skill in theater shows. As we know, theater shows has a different type of difficulty than dramas or movies. But Lee Hyung-suk has nailed both of them. Whoa!! He’s cool isn’t he? Get closer to find out more about him!

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Full Profile

Name: Lee Hyung-suk

Birthplace: North Chungcheong Province

Birthdate: September 9, 2000

Age: 18 years old

Zodiac: Virgo

Nationality: South Korea

Eyes color: Black

Hair color: Black

Profession: actor

Agency: T One Entertainment

In the beginning of his career, he debuted as a child actor.

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Drama List

-Year 2008: Lawyer of the Great Republic of Korea as Oh Gook

-Year 2009: Romance Zero (extras)

-Year 2009: Good Job, Good Job

-Year 2010: Life is Good as Goo Uh Jin

-Year 2010: More Charming by the Day (special appearance in episode 3)

-Year 2010: Dong Yi

-Year 2011: Hooray of Love (special appearance)

-Year 2012: Time Slip Dr. Jin as young Go Jong

-Year 2013: The Firstborn as young Jong Bok

-Year 2015: Webtoon Hero Toondra Show as Kim Kwang Min


Movie List

-Year 2008: Mother and Daughter as extras

-Year 2011: Mama as Won Jae

-Year 2011: Ghastly as Bin

-Year 2011: Perfect Game as Chul Goo

-Year 2012: Speckles: The Tarbosaurus (voice over of young Speckles)


Theatre Show

-Year 2008: Brave Brothers as Big Grandpa

-Year 2009: Brave Brothers as Yoo Rim

-Year 2009: Miss Saigon

-Year 2009: The Wizard of Oz

-Year 2010: Mozart

-Year 2010: The Snowman

-Year 2013: Les Miserables as Gavroche



-Year 2009: 28th MBC Drama Awards, winner of Best Young Actor (Life is Good)

-Year 2010: 29th MBC Drama Awards, winner of Best Young Actor (Dong Yi)