South Korean Actor: Profile of Lee Dae-yeon

Who is Lee Dae-yeon?

Lee Dae-yeon is a South Korean actor that has been working for a long time in the entertainment industry. He has been acting in many supporting roles and cast for many popular movies and dramas. Lee Dae-yeon made his debut in Korea’s entertainment industry to play a role in 1996 for the movie titled The River Flows To Tomorrow and until now he’s known for his role in drama Who Are You: School 2015, Oh My Ghost, Love in the Moonlight and many more.

The K-Drama’s producers probably recognize his talent as a supporting role actor. He also known for his great acting with characters who are mellow and is remarkable in sad scenes since he’s always been cast as a middle-aged male character. Let’s check out his full profile below if you want to know more about the veteran actor, Lee Dae-yeon!

The Veteran Actor” Lee Dae-yeon’s Profile

Real Name : Lee Dae-yeon (이대연)

Profession : Actor

Birth :Chungcheongbuk-do,  South Korea, November 13th, 1964

Zodiac : Scorpio

Height : 178 cm

Blood Type : O

Nationality : Korean

Education : Department of Theology in Yonsei University

Talent Agency : JR Entertainment


Television Drama
  • 2018 – Lawless Lawyer (role as Woo Hyung-man/aired on tvN), Let Me Introduce Her (role as Han Young-cheol/aired on SBS)
  • 2017 – The Liar and His Lover (role as cameo/aired on tvN), Two Cops (role as Yoo Jung-man/aired on MBC)
  • 2016 – Goodbye Mr. Black (role as Min Yong-jae/aired on MBC), Love in the Moonlight (role as Jo Man-hyeong/aired on KBS2), Blow Breeze (role as Lee Kyung-shik/aired on MBC)
  • 2015 – Spy (role as Jung Kyu-yong/aired on KBS2), Thank You, My Son (role as Jang Hyung-san/aired on KBS2), Who Are You: School 2015 (role as Han Ki-choon/aired on KBS2), Oh My Ghost (role as Shin Myung-ho/aired on tvN), Splash Splash Love (role as Choe Man-ri/aired on MBC)
  • 2014 – Three Days (role as Han Ki-joon/aired on SBS), The Full Sun (role as Jung Do-joon/aired on KBS2), Golden Cross (role as Kang Joo-wan/aired on KBS2), Big Man (role as Kim Han-doo/aired on KBS2), Run, Jang-mi (role as Jag Myung-moon/aired on SBS), Drama Special “The Tale of the Bookworm” (role as Lee Yi-chun/aired on KBS2)
  • 2013 – Flower Boy Next Door (role as Hong Soon-chul/aired on tvN), Ad Genius Lee Tae-baek (role as President Choi/aired on KBS2), TV Novel: Eunhui (role as Kim Hyung-man/aired on KBS2), The Blade and Petal (role as Do-soo/aired on KBS2), Medical Top Team (role as Hwang Cheol-goo/aired on MBC), Drama Special “The Devil Rider” (role as Kang Gae/aired on KBS2), Golden Rainbow (role as Kim Jae-soo/aired on MBC)
  • 2011 – My Princess (role as So Sun-woo/aired on MBC), Drama Special “Perfect Spy” (role as Jung Kyu-yong/aired on KBS2), The Princess’ Man (role as Kwon Ram/aired on KBS2)
  • 2011 – The Slave Hunters (role as Bhikkhu Myung-ahn/aired on KBS2), Oh! My Lady (role as Eom Dae-yong/aired on SBS), Drama Special “Spy Trader Kim Chul Soo’s Recent Condition” (aired on KBS2)
  • 2009 – The Road Home (role as Park Chil-nam/aired on KBS1), Cinderella Man (role as cameo/aired on MBC)
  • 2008 – King Sejong the Great (role as Choi Hae-san/aired on KBS1), Spotlight (role as Go Byung-chun/aired on MBC), Hometown Legends “Demon’s Story” (role as Le Dae-gan/aired on KBS2)
  • 2007 – Eight Days, Assassination Attempts against King Jeongjo (role as Mun Inbang/aire don Channel CGV)
  • 2006 – Famous Princess (role as Goo Soo-han/aired on KBS2), Finding Dorothy (role as Captain Pyo/aired on MBC)
  • 2005 – My Love Toram (role as Kim Il-bong/aired on SBS), 18 vs 29 (role as Choi Ki-ja/aired on KBS2), Resurrection (role as Gyung Gi-do/aired on KBS2), Shin Don (role as Ki-chul/aired on MBC)
  • 2004 – Drama City “Anagram” (aired on KBS2), Magic (role as Yang Byung-soo/aired on SBS), Ireland (role as Noh Dong-seok/aired on MBC)
  • 2003 – Snowman (role as Detective Kim/aired on MBC), Good Person (role as Father Choi/aired on MBC)