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Lee Seung-gi
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Background information
Birth name 이승기 (李昇基)
Born (1987-01-13) January 13, 1987 (age 27), Seoul, South Korea
Origin South KoreaSeoul, South Korea
Genres K-pop
Occupations Singer, Actor, MC, Entertainer
Instruments Guitar, Piano
Years active 2004–present
Labels Hook Entertainment
Website Official Site
Lee Seung-gi
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization I Seunggi
McCune–Reischauer I Sŭnggi
This is a Korean name; the family name is Lee.

Lee Seung-gi (Hangul: 이승기; hanja: 李昇基; born: January 13, 1987) is a South Korean Singer, Actor,MC and Entertainer. Lee is well known as a member of the first season of weekend variety show 1 Night 2 Days from November 2007 to February 2012, and the MC of talk show Strong Heart from October 2009 to April 2012.

Career[edit]

Singer (2004–present)[edit]

Scouted by singer Lee Sun-hee, Lee Seung Gi trained for 2 years before debuting on 5 June 2004 at the age of 17. Because You're My Girl, his debut song from his first album The Dream Of A Moth, was a popular ballad which created a "liking older women" syndrome in South Korea. With this song, he won the "Best Newcomer" award in various music awards ceremonies in 2004 such as the M.net KM Music Festival and Seoul Music Awards. In 2007, he also won the "Best Male Solo Artist" award[1] in the M.net KM Music Festival with his song White Lie from his third album Story Of Separation.

Lee released a digital single Will You Marry Me in 2009, which became a big hit in South Korea although there was no official promotion. With this single, he received the "Digital Single Bonsang" award[2] in the 24th Golden Disk Awards. In 2010, he recorded a duet version of his 2007 song Smile Boy with South Korean figure skater Kim Yuna, and the song was the official 2010 FIFA World Cup commercial song[3][4] in South Korea. He also received the "Digital Single Bonsang" award[5] for the second consecutive time in the 25th Golden Disk Awards with his song Love Taught Me To Drink even though it was not promoted actively.

On 6 March 2012, Lee Seung Gi officially debuted in Japan by releasing his First Japan Debut Album Time for Love (also translated as Alone in Love, Generation of Love, and Era of Love) and a single of the same title which was ranked number one on Oricon Daily Chart.[6][7][8] He held a concert at Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, on 1 June 2012, three months after his debut and became the fastest singer who holds a concert there after debuting.[9]

On 22 November 2012, Lee Seung Gi released a mini-album (#5.5), Forest. The title song Return (also translated as Looking Back) became number one in music charts such as Instiz,[10] Gaon Chart, and Billboard Korea K-Pop Hot 100 for weeks. It was number one for the month of December on Gaon Chart.[11] It also set a record for being number one for six consecutive weeks on Billboard's Korea K-Pop Hot 100.[12][13]

Actor (2006–present)[edit]

In 2005, Lee Seung Gi guest-starred in MBC's sitcom Nonstop 5. He then officially debuted as an actor in KBS's 2006 weekend drama The Infamous Chil Sisters.

In 2008, he was offered the lead role in MBC's historical drama The Return of Iljimae, but was forced to turn down the offer due to his tight schedule.

He was cast as the main male character in SBS's weekend drama Brilliant Legacy in 2009, starring with Korean actresses Han Hyo Joo and Moon Chae Won. The drama maintained its top spot in viewer ratings for ten consecutive weeks and ended on 26 July 2009 with its 28th episode attaining a high viewer rating of 47.1%.[14] The huge success boosted Lee's popularity as an actor both locally and internationally. With this drama, he received the "Excellence in Acting" award, the "Top 10 Stars" award and the "Best Couple" award with Han Hyo Joo in the 2009 SBS Drama Awards.[15]

His performance in 2010 SBS's Wednesday-Thursday drama My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox earned him his second "Excellence in Acting" award, "Top 10 Stars" award and "Best Couple" award with his co-star Shin Min Ah in the 2010 SBS Drama Awards.[16]

In 2012, Lee starred in MBC's Wednesday-Thursday drama The King 2 Hearts alongside actress Ha Ji Won.

In October 2012, Lee's agency announced that he will star in a fantasy historical drama titled Gu Family Book (구가의 서), which began in April 2013.[17][18] During its entire run, Gu Family Book became the most-watched drama in Monday-Tuesday time-slot for twelve consecutive weeks.[19]

Lee Seung Gi took another acting challenge in 2014 with starring in SBS's drama "You're All Surrounded" airing from April 30, 2014 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55. The story revolves around rookie detectives working at a police station in Gangnam District, Seoul.[20] His acting received many compliments for the detailed expression and emotions.

On March 3, 2014, According to several film industry insiders , Lee Seung Gi has been offered the main character’s role in movie ‘Woman of 3 Men’.[21] Then an official of Lee Seung Gi’s agency confirm that it’s true that Lee Seung Gi received a casting offer for movie ‘Woman of 3 Men’, but nothing has been decided yet and Lee Seung Gi'll fully concentrating to the drama (You're All Surrounded)rather than any movies.[22] Untill Jully 18, after he finished his drama, his agency made a confirmation that Lee Seung Gi about his starring in this movie,[23] which revealed afterward thet the tittle changed became "Today's Love".[24][25][26] Beforehand, Lee Seung Gi continuously received proposals for film appearances, but it always ended up having scheduling conflicts, made "Today's Love" as his first movie to debut in big screen.[27]

Lee Seung-gi at KCON 2014, USA

MC (2007–present)[edit]

Lee Seung Gi was a permanent member of the first season of 1 Night 2 Days, a segment of KBS’s weekend variety show Happy Sunday, from November 2007 to February 2012. In 2008, he received the "Best Popularity" award in the KBS Entertainment Awards for his high popularity in 1 Night 2 Days. His efforts and contributions in making 1 Night 2 Days one of the most loved and long-lasting variety shows in South Korea earned him the "Top Excellence MC" award in the 2010 KBS Entertainment Awards[28] and the "Daesang" award with the other members of the first season in the 2011 KBS Entertainment Awards.[29]

Lee took up another MC role in SBS’s Tuesday night talk show Strong Heart in October 2009, co-hosting with Kang Ho Dong, who is one of the top MCs in South Korea. Although it was a relatively new variety show on SBS, Strong Heart was recognized as the "Best Program" at the 2009 SBS Entertainment Awards and Lee was awarded the "Netizens’ Popularity" award[30] after receiving the most number of votes in the online poll. After the departure of Kang Ho Dong from the show in September 2011, Lee took on sole MC responsibility and his performance earned positive comments from the viewers.[31] Lee was recognized for his talent as an MC and received the "Top Excellence MC" award for two consecutive years in the 2010[32] and 2011[33] SBS Entertainment Awards. In March 2012, Lee announced his departure from Strong Heart in order to focus on his singing career. He recorded his last episode on 15 March, which was broadcast on 3 April.[34]

Other Activities[edit]

Despite his busy schedule, Lee Seung Gi was able to graduate from Dongguk University within 4 years, obtaining his degree in International Trade and Commerce on February 20, 2009 and receiving a Special Achievement Award from the university. He is currently continuing his studies for a 2nd Master's degree in Cultural Contents at the Dongguk's Graduate School of Digital Image & Contents after finishing the Master's Degree in Trade Theory and Finance at the Dongguk's Graduate School in 2012.

Being a popular and versatile entertainer with a clean and positive image, Lee Seung Gi is one of the most likable commercial models and celebrity endorsers in South Korea. He currently endorses a wide variety of products and services, from banking services (KB Group), clothing (Heritory), food (Pizza Hut) and household electronics (Samsung Zipel refrigerators). He has also been ranked number one[35][36] in the monthly CF (Commercial Film) Model Preference Ranking survey of the Korea Advertisers Association numerous times in recent years.

On 23 June 2012, Lee Seung Gi was one of the torchbearers in the 2012 London Summer Olympics Torch Relay chosen by Samsung, one of the worldwide partners of the said event. [1]. He carried the torch from Rochdale Stratford Avenue to Manchester Road.[37][38]

On 30 October 2012, the National Election Commission of South Korea appointed Lee as the Honorary Online Ambassador of the nation's campaign for a fair and clean presidential election.[39]

Personal life[edit]

In January 2014, Lee Seung-gi and Girls' Generation's Im Yoona were confirmed to be currently in a relationship since September 2013.[40]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Album # Album Information Tracklisting
1 나방의 꿈

The Dream Of A Moth

2 Crazy For You
3 이별 이야기

Story Of Separation

3.5 아직 못 다한 이야기

Unfinished Story

  • Released: 14 November 2007
  • Label: Vitamin Entertainment
4 Shadow
4.5 Shadow (Repackage)
  • Released: 19 January 2010
  • Label: LOEN Entertainment
5 Tonight
  • Released: 27 October 2011
  • Label: LOEN Entertainment
5.5

Forest

  • Released: 22 November 2012
  • Label:LOEN Entertainment

Remake Albums[edit]

Album # Album Information Tracklisting
1 남자가 여자를 사랑할 때

When A Man Loves A Woman

  • Released: 6 September 2006
  • Label: Vitamin Entertainment
2 남자가 여자를 사랑할 때 Vol.2

When A Man Loves A Woman Vol.2

  • Released: 24 March 2008
  • Label: Vitamin Entertainment

Japanese Albums[edit]

Album # Album Information Tracklisting
1 恋愛時代

Time for Love

Live Albums[edit]

  • Love – The 1st Concert / Released on 6 April 2007
  • Hope Concert in Seoul 2010 (Japan Version) / Released on 28 October 2011
  • Hope Concert in Seoul 2010 (Korean Version) / Released on 15 December 2011
  • Hope Concert in Seoul 2011 (Korean Version)
  • Japan First Concert in JAPAN 2012
  • Hope Concert in Seoul 2012 (Korean Version)
  • Japan Second Concert in JAPAN 2013
  • Hope Concert in Seoul 2013 (Korean Version)

Compilation Albums[edit]

  • Lee Seung Gi – The Best / Released on 18 April 2012

Singles[edit]

  • Confession (고해) (Remake song) / Released on 21 July 2004
  • Let's Go On A Vacation (여행을 떠나요) (Remake song) / Released on 19 May 2008
  • Will You Marry Me (결혼해 줄래) (feat. Bizniz) / Released on 18 June 2009
  • Like The Beginning, Just Like Then (처음처럼 그때처럼) (feat. Kang Min Kyung from Davichi) / Released on 22 December 2009
  • Smile Boy (Rock ver.) (with Kim Yuna) / Released on 1 June 2010
  • Smile Boy 2010 / Released on 18 June 2010
  • Losing My Mind (정신이 나갔었나봐) / Released on 4 August 2010
  • From Now On I Love You (지금부터 사랑해) / Released on 16 September 2010
  • Time for Love (연애시대) (feat. Ra.D, narr. Han Hyo Joo) / Released on 14 October 2011
  • Last Word (마지막 그 한마디) /Released on 26 May 2013

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

Year Title Character Co-stars Remarks
2015 Today's Love Kang Joon Soo Moon Chae-won Lead Role

Dramas[edit]

Year Network Title Character Co-stars Remarks
2004-2005 MBC Nonstop 5 Lee Seung Gi Guest Star Sitcom
2006 KBS The Infamous Chil Sisters Hwang Tae Ja Lee Tae Ran, Choi Jung Won, Shin Ji Soo
2009 SBS Brilliant Legacy Sun-Woo Hwan Han Hyo Joo, Moon Chae Won, Bae Soo Bin Male lead
2010 SBS My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox Cha Dae Woong Shin Min Ah, No Min Woo, Park Soo Jin Male lead
2011 MBC The Greatest Love Lee Seung Gi Cameo
2012 MBC The King 2 Hearts Lee Jae Ha Ha Ji Won, Lee Yoon Ji, Jo Jung Suk Male lead
2013 MBC Gu Family Book Choi Kang-Chi Bae Suzy, Yoo Yeon Seok, Jung Hye Young Male lead
2014 SBS You're All Surrounded Eun Dae Gu/Kim Ji Yong Cha Seung Won, Go Ara Male lead

Variety Shows[edit]

Year Network Title Remarks
2004 SBS Good SundayX-Man Fixed Guest
2006 KBS Happy SundayHeroine 6 Fixed Guest
2006 SBS Love Letter Guest (Season 2 and 3)
2007–2012 KBS Happy Sunday1 Night 2 Days MC with Kang Ho Dong, Lee Su Geun, Eun Ji Won, Kim C, MC Mong, Kim Jong Min, Uhm Tae Woong
2009–2012 SBS Strong Heart MC with Kang Ho Dong (2009–2011), Solo MC (2011–2012)
2009–2010 KBS Happy Together Guest ep 117 and 136
2011 KBS Gag Concert Guest at "Emergency Measures Committee" segment (Christmas Special)
2012 tvN The Romantic Narration
2012 SBS Good SundayRunning Man Guest with Park Shin Hye (episodes 120 & 121)
2012 KBS Gag Concert Guest at "Discovery of Life" segment with Shin Bo Ra (21 November)[41]
2013 tvN Sisters Over Flowers Porter,Guide,Host
2013 SBS Good SundayRunning Man Guest with Bora and Han Hye Jin (episodes 174)
2013 MBC Insects, Great Instinct Narration
2014 SBS Healing Camp Guest with Lee Sun-hee and Baek Ji Young(episode 134 & 135)

Music Videos[edit]

Year Title Starring Featuring Clip
2004 Because You're My Girl (내 여자라니까) Kim Sa Rang
2004 Delete (삭제)
2006 Words That Are Hard To Say (하기 힘든 말) Nam Sang Mi
2006 Shape Of Your Lips (입모양)
2006 Please (제발), Desire And Hope (원하고 원망하죠), Addio (아디오), Tears (눈물) Park Min Ji
2007 White Lie (착한 거짓말), Why... Are You Leaving (왜...가니) Wang Ji Hye
2008 I'll Give You All (다 줄꺼야)
2008 Let's Go On A Vacation (여행을 떠나요) 1 Night 2 Days
2009 Let's Break Up (우리 헤어지자) Lee Se Na
2010 Smile Boy (Rock ver.) Kim Yuna
2010 Losing My Mind (정신이 나갔었나봐)
2010 From Now On I Love You (지금부터 사랑해) My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox
2011 Aren't We Friends (친구잖아)
2012 Time for Love (恋愛時代) Park Shin Hye
2012 Aren’t We Friends (チングジャナ -友達だから-) Park Shin Hye, Joo Sang Wook
2012 Return (되돌리다) Park Gun Tae, Kim Yoo Jung
2012 An Invitation For Me (나에게 초대)
2012 Forest (숲)
2013 Last Word (마지막 그 한마디) Gu Family Book

Endorsements[edit]

Year Company Name Brand Name Item Co-star
2004 Giordano Giordano Clothing
2005 Haitai Osa Confectionery Park Min-ji
2006 Crown Crown Bakery Food
2008 Seoul Milk Seoul Milk Food
2008 Perikana Perikana Chicken Food
2008-2009 Nong Shim Noodle Food Shingu(2008)
Lee Hye Suk, Lee Su Geun(2009)
2008-2009 Edwin Edwin Clothing
2009 Homplus Co. Homeplus Distribution Kang Ho Dong, MC Mong, Lee Su Geun, Eun Ji Won, Kim C
2009 Jinro Max Beer Kim Sun-a
2009 Woongjin Foods Barley Drinks
2009-2012 Samsung Electronics Samsung Zipel Electronics Yoon Eun Hye(2009)
Cha Seung-won(2011)
PSY(2012)
2009-2014 KB Financial Group KB Hope Campaign Finance Kim Yuna
2010 Samsung Electronics Samsung Zipel Massimo Electronics
2010 KB Kookmin Card KB Goodday Card Finance
2010-2011 KB Kookmin Card KB DC Star Shop Finance
2010-2011 KB Kookmin Card KB Rock Star Finance
2010-2012 HTB Pyeongchang, Gangwon Can Drinks
2010-2012 Daesang Group Chung Jung Won Food
2010-2012 Daesang Group Chung Jung Won Curry Queen Food
2010-2012 Kolon Industries Kolon Sports Clothing Lee Min Jung
2010-2012 Danone korea Danone Activia Food
2010-2012 Korea Cosmetics The Saem Cosmetics
2010-2012 HTB Family Mart Sunkist Juice Drinks
2010-2014 LG Household & Health Care Healthcare Products Household Heo Anna(2011)
Kim Jun-Hyun(2012)
2010-2012 Samsung Electronics Samsung Zipel Grande Style Electronics
2010-2012 KB Kookmin Card KB Wise Home Card Finance
2010-2014 Pizza Hut Pizza hut Food
2010-2012 Ministry of Strategy and Finance Lotto Commission Public
2010-2012 Cheil Industries FUBU Clothing
2010-2013 Sejung HERITORY Clothing Jeong Yu-mi (2012)
2012-2013 Samsung Electronics Samsung Zipel T9000 Electronics
2013-2014 Bayer Korea Berocca Supplements
2013-2014 Hanwoo Board Cattle Food, Goodwill Ambassador
2013-2014 Cuckoo Electronics CUCKOO Electronics
2013-2014 WEMAKE WE MAKE PRICE Social Commerce Lee Seo Jin
2013-2014 Firstlook Firstlook Outdoor Outdoor Clothing
2013-2014 MarketO MarketO Real Cheese Chip, MarketO Real Brownie Blondie Confectionery
2014 CJ Group CJ Hello Mobile Budget phones
2014 Mundipharma Medifoam Medical/Healthcare

Awards[edit]

Annual Awards[edit]

Year Awards Category Works
2004 M.net KM Music Festival Best New Male Artist[42] Song – Because You're My Girl
15th Seoul Music Awards Best Newcomer
SBS Music Awards
MBC Best 10 Singers Music Festival
MBC Entertainment Awards Special Singer Award
2006 M.net KM Music Festival Excellence Award (Ballad) Song – Words That Are Hard To Say
SBS Music Awards Bonsang Award
Korea Best Dresser Awards Singer Award
2007 M.net KM Music Festival Best Male Artist Song – White Lie[43]
2008 Korea Entertainment Arts Awards Best Male Singer (Ballad)
KBS Entertainment Awards Popularity Award Variety show – 1 Night 2 Days
2009 Korea Advertiser Awards Model of the Year
Golden Disk Awards Digital Single Bonsang Award Song – Will You Marry Me
SBS Entertainment Awards Netizens' Popularity Award Variety show – Strong Heart
SBS Review of Programs (Jul–Dec 2009) MC Special Award
M.net 20's Choice Awards Hot Male Drama Star Drama – Brilliant Legacy
SBS Drama Awards Excellence in Acting (Special Production)
Best Couple Award with Han Hyo Joo
Top 10 Stars Award
2010
Seoul International Drama Awards Netizens' Popularity Award (Korea)[44]
46th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actor (TV category)
Korea Advertiser Awards Model of the Year[45]
Golden Disk Awards Digital Single Bonsang Award Song – Love Taught Me To Drink
Melon Music Awards Top 10 Artists Award[46] Song – Losing My Mind
Special OST Award[47]
KBS Entertainment Awards Top Excellence MC Award (Show/Entertainment Division) Variety show – 1 Night 2 Days
SBS Entertainment Awards Netizens' Popularity Award Variety show – Strong Heart
Top Excellence MC Award
SBS Drama Awards Best Couple with Shin Min Ah Drama – My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox
Top 10 Stars Award
Excellence in Acting (Drama Special)
Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Hallyu Merit Award[48]
2011
Savings' Day President Citation[49]
KBS Entertainment Awards Grand Award (with 1 Night 2 Days team) Variety show – 1 Night 2 Days
SBS Entertainment Awards Netizens' Popularity Award Variety show – Strong Heart
Top Excellence MC Award (Talk Show Division)
2012 21st Seoul Music Awards[50] Popularity Award Song – Aren't We Friends
Bonsang Award
1st Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards Singer of the Year Award (#1 in October 2011)[51] Song – Time for Love
2013 22nd Seoul Music Awards Popularity Award Song – Return
Bonsang Award
2nd Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards Singer of the Year Award (#1 in December 2012)
Mnet Asian Music Awards Best Vocal Performance - Male
MBC Drama Awards[52] Best Couple Award with Bae Suzy Drama - Gu Family Book
Popularity Award
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries
2014 2nd Asia Rainbow TV Awards [53] Outstanding Leading Actor

Music Programs[edit]

Year Song Program
2004 Because You're My Girl
2006 Words That Are Hard To Say
Please
2007 White Lie
2008 I'll Give You All
2009 Let's Break Up
2011 Aren't We Friends
2012 Return

References[edit]

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  3. ^ "Kim Yu-na to debut as a singer" AsiaOne News. 15 May 2010
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