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August 12, 1958
|Revised Romanization||Mun Gyeong-seok|
|Nickname in South Korea|
|Revised Romanization||Geo Ryeong|
Dragon Lee (sometimes credited as "Bruce Lei") (born August 12, 1940) is an actor and practitioner of Taekwondo and Hapkido. He made a name for himself as a martial arts film star in the 1970s and 80s. His birth name is Moon Kyung-seok, but he has also been called Keo Ryong (literally "giant dragon") in South Korea.
Dragon Lee was born in Seosan, South Korea where he spent most of his childhood.
Lee eventually studied taekwondo with friend and actor Kim Tai-chung, who served as Bruce Lee's double in the final scenes of "Game of Death." It was at this stage of his life that Lee began studying also the Korean martial art of hapkido under Hwang In-Shik, who appeared with Bruce Lee in Way of the Dragon.
When Dragon Lee was at a theater, a man told him that he resembled Bruce Lee. That was a big compliment because Bruce Lee was popular at the time, and the man knew film directors in Hong Kong and helped Dragon Lee advance his career.
In his early 20s, Dragon Lee moved to Hong Kong and starred in numerous martial arts films, often credited as Bruce Lei because he bore a striking resemblance to Bruce Lee. Among Dragon Lee's many film credits is the semi-documentary The Real Bruce Lee (1977).
Dragon Lee moved back to Seoul, and is a television actor and producer. He also heads a South Korean actors' association.
- I'm Not Bruce (2015)
- King`s Women (2000)
- Emperor of the Underworld (1994)
- The Nationwide Constituency (1991)
- The Nationwide Constituency 2 (1994)
- Crime Stopper (1990)
- Ninja Champion (1986)
- Martial Monks of Shaolin Temple (1983)
- Dragon Claws (1982)
- Secret Ninja, Roaring Tiger (1982)
- The Dragon's Snake Fist (1981)
- Dragon Lee Fights Back (1981)
- Strike of Thunderkick Tiger (1981)
- Enter the Invincible Hero (1981)
- The Dragon's Showdown (1980)
- Champ Against Champ (1980)
- Mission For the Dragon (1980)
- The Clones of Bruce Lee (1981)
- Golden Dragon, Silver Snake (1980)
- Fist of Fury '81 (1979)
- Kung Fu Fever (1979)
- The Dragon, the Hero (1979)
- Fist of Dragon (1978)
- Enter the Deadly Dragon (1978)
- Enter Three Dragons (1978)
- Dragon Lee vs. The Five Brothers (1978)
- The 18 Amazones (1977)
- The Real Bruce Lee (1977)
- The Magnificent Duo (1976)
- Wild Dragon Lady (1976)
- Superfist (1975)
- Two Man (1995)
- Amazing Masters (2000)
- Clones of Bruce Lee - The Ultimate Guide To Bruce Lee Exploitation Cinema
- Dragon Lee at Hong Kong Cinemagic.
- Dragon Lee on IMDb.
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