All About South Korean Actor Lee Sung-min

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Lee Sung-min is a South Korean actor. He first began acting in 2004 when he had small roles in three movies, including My Mother, the Mermaid and Flying Boys. He is best known for his supporting roles on television and film, notably his much-praised performances in Golden Time, Broken, and Misaeng: Incomplete Life. In 2012, he followed up on his success by appearing on the show King 2 Hearts. In addition, in 2012 he also had a large role in a new movie called All About My Wife, the movie features a man who is attempting to get his timid wife to divorce him.

Lee Sung-min’s Profile

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Name: Lee Sung-Min
Hangul: 이성민
Birthdate: December 4, 1968 (age 49)
Birthplace: Bonghwa County, North Gyeongsang Province, South Korea
Education: Daegu Science College – Broadcasting and Entertainment
Occupation: Actor
Years Active: 1985 – present

Lee Sung-min’s Filmography

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Movies

  • The Spy Gone North | Gongjak (2018) – Lee Myung-Woon
  • The Drug King | Mayakwang (2018) – Seo Sang-Hoon
  • The Witness | Mokkyeokja (2018) – Sang-Hoon
  • What a Man Wants | Baram Baram Baram (2018) – Seok-Geun
  • The Sheriff In Town | Boangwan (2017) – Dae-Ho
  • Real (2017) – Choi Jin-Gi
  • Familyhood | Gotbai Singkeul (2016) – Joo Min-Ho (cameo)
  • A Violent Prosecutor | Geomsawejeon (2016) – Assistant Prosecutor General Jong-Gil
  • Sori: Voice From The Heart | Robot, Sori (2016) – Hae-Gwan
  • The Piper | Sonnim (2015) – village head
  • Big Match (2014) – Young-Ho (Ik-Ho’s older brother)
  • My Brilliant Life | Doogeundoogeun Nae Insaeng (2014) – A-Reum’s doctor
  • Kundo : Age of the Rampant | Goondo (2014) – Dae-Ho
  • Broken | Banghwanghaneun Kalnal (2014) – Detective Jang Eok-Gwan
  • Venus Talk | Gwanneungui Bubchik (2014) – Lee Jae-Ho
  • The Attorney | Byeonhoin (2013) – Lee Yoon-Taek (local news reporter)
  • A Wonderful Moment | My Little Hero (2013) – Hee-Suk
  • All About My Wife | Nae Anaeui Modeun Geot (2012) – Dr. Na
  • Hoya | Yeolyeodeolb, Yeolahob (2012) – doctor (cameo)
  • Howling (2012) – Detective Young-Cheol
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  • Officer of the Year | Chepyoyang (2011) – Detective Jo
  • The Cat | Goyangyi: Jookeumeul Boneun Doo Gaeui Noon (2011) – silk papa
  • The Unjust | Budanggeorae (2010) – Lead D.A.
  • Troubleshooter | Haegyeolsa (2010) – Yun Dae-Hee
  • Cafe Noir | Kape Neuwareu (2010) – Mi-Yun (1)’s husband
  • Best Seller (2010) – editor in chief
  • A Little Pond | Jageun Yeonmot (2010)
  • The Pot | Dok (2009) – Dong-Sik
  • Triangle | Teuraiaenggeul (2009) – CEO Lee Byung-Joon
  • Go Go 70s | Go Go 70 (2008) – Lee Byoung-Wook (Weekly Seoul columnist)
  • The Good, The Bad, The Weird | Joheunnom Nabbeunnom Isanghannom (2008) – Cook
  • Wide Awake | Riteon (2007) – Sang-Woo’s father
  • Secret Sunshine | Milyang (2007) – chef
  • Seducing Mr. Perfect | Miseuteo robin ggosigi (2006) – Director Yang
  • Silk Shoes | Bidan-gudu (2006) – Sung-Chul
  • Marathon | Maraton (2005) – Coach Son Jung-Wook’s friend
  • A Boy Who Went to Heaven | Sonyeon, Cheonguke Gada (2005) – Detective
  • Flying Boys | Ballet gyoseubso (2004)
  • My Mother the Mermaid | Ineo Gongju (2004) – fruit store owner

Drama Series

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  • Entourage (tvN / 2016) – himself (ep.16)
  • Memory | Gieok (tvN / 2016) – Park Tae-Suk
  • Hwajung (MBC / 2015) – Lee Deok-Hyeong
  • Ho-Gu’s Love | Hogooui Sarang (tvN / 2015) – customer of book rental shop (cameo)
  • Misaeng (tvN / 2014) – Section Chief Oh Sang-Sik
  • Big Man (KBS2 / 2014) – high-ranking government official (cameo)
  • Miss Korea | Miseukoria (MBC / 2013-2014) – Teacher Jung
  • Monstar (Mnet-tvN / 2013) – movie director
  • When a Man Loves | Namjaga Saranghal Ddae (MBC / 2013) – loan shark boss (cameo)
  • Arang and the Magistrate | Alangsattojeon (MBC / 2012) – gatekeeper (cameo)
  • Golden Time | Goldeuntaim (MBC / 2012) – Choi In-Hyuk
  • The King 2hearts | Deokingtuheocheu (MBC / 2012) – King Lee Jae-Gang
  • Drama Special Series: Just An Ordinary Love Story | Botongui Yeonae (KBS2 / 2012) – Kim Joo-Pyung
  • Brain | Beulein (KBS2 / 2011-2012) – Ko Jae-Hak
  • Can You Hear My Heart | Naemaeumyi Deulrini (MBC / 2011) – Seung-Cheol’s father
  • My Princess ( MBC / 2011) – Lee Young-Chan
  • Gloria | Geulroria (MBC / 2010) – Son Jong-Beom
  • Pasta | Paseuta (MBC / 2010) – Sul Joon-Suk
  • Hot Blood | Yeolhyeoljangsaggun (KBS2 /2009) – Man-Cheol
  • Korean Ghost Stories | Jeonseolui Gohyang (KBS2 / 2009) – nobleman Lee (ep. 7 “The Quiet Village”)
  • Can Anyone Love | Sarangeun Amuna Hana (SBS / 2009) – Heo Se-Dol
  • The Great King Sejong | Dae-hwang Saejong (KBS2 / 2008) – Choi Man-Ri
  • Working Mom (SBS / 2008) – Kang Cheol-Min
  • The Lucifer (KBS2 / 2007)
  • Hyangdan (MBC / 2007)
  • Special Crime Investigation: Murder in the Blue House | Deuksususailji:1Hokwan Sakeon (KBS2 / 2006) – Ha Doo-Gil

TV Movies

  • Drama Special: A Culprit Among Friends | Chingu Jungae Beominyi Issda (KBS2 / 2012) – Detective (cameo)
  • Drama Special: Identical Criminals | Dongilbum (KBS2 / 2011) – Kang Dae-Woo

Who Was Successfully Defeated by Lee Sung-min As The Most Popular Film Actor?

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The Korean Business Research had been conducted a survey to find the most popular film actors or actresses. A total of 65,814,318 data from 50 actors or actresses were examined from April 18 to May 19. This research process includes data from social media, the number of shares of a news, comments and online community. Based on that data, Lee Sung-min appeared on the first position.

Sung-min is concluded as an actor who is always curious, very liked, and full of laughter. He was on first place with 3,654,260 points. The Film The Sheriff in Town which was just released also didn’t escape from popularizing his name. The second position was occupied by actor Gong Yoo with the acquisition of 3,596,594 points with his role in Train to Busan which was never over when audience talked about it. While the third position is occupied by Joo Jin Woong.