Lee Guk-joo

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Lee Guk-joo
(TV TEN) KBS2 외개인 제작발표회 - 김준현&이국주 대세 개그맨들의 라이벌은 4m30s.jpg
Lee Guk-joo
Born (1986-01-05) January 5, 1986 (age 34)
South Korea
NationalitySouth Korean
Years active2006–present
Lee Guk-joo
Revised RomanizationI Guk-ju
McCune–ReischauerYi Guk-chu

Lee Guk-joo (李國主[1]Korean이국주, born on January 5, 1986), is a South Korean comedienne under FNC Entertainment.[2][3]

Early life and career[edit]

Lee made her debut by joining MBC as a 15th generation comedian. She initially signed with CoKo Entertainment, but due to their bankruptcy, later signed with FNC Entertainment.[2][3]


Television series[edit]

Year Title TV Network Role
2011-12 Ugly Miss Young-Ae tvN Special appearances/cameos
2014 After School: Lucky or Not DramaFever
Teenage "It" Girl
A Witch's Love tvN Misunderstanding woman (cameo)
What Happens to My Family? KBS Writer (cameo)
Plus Nine Boys tvN Kang Min-kyung (cameo)
2015 Dream Knight Youku Tudou Biker Chick
2016 Click Your Heart NAVER TV Nurse

Variety shows[edit]

Year Title Network Role Notes
2011–present Comedy Big League tvN, MBC Regular cast[4] Skit Comedy
2014 Running Man SBS Guest Episode 205
2014–2015 Roommate SBS Regular cast[5] Season 2
2015 Match Made In Heaven Returns MBC every1 Special MC[6] Episode 1–3
One Night Study Mnet Host Episodes 1–10
I Can See Your Voice Tone-deaf Detective Team Episode 10
Running Man SBS Guest Episode 255
2015–2016 I Live Alone MBC Cast member[7] Episodes 137–183
2016 Vocal War: God's Voice SBS Fixed panelist Episodes 3–17
Battle Trip KBS2 Contestant with Ahn Young-mi Episode 13
Hit the Stage Mnet Fixed panelist Episodes 3–10
2016–2017 We Got Married (Season 4) MBC Cast member with Untouchable's Sleepy Episodes 349–372
Secretly Greatly Co-host
2017 Battle Trip KBS2 Contestant with Park Na-rae Episodes 63–64
2018 Running Man SBS Guest Episode 405
Busted! Netflix Cameo Episode 3

Radio show[edit]

Year Title Notes
2014 K.will Youngstreet Special DJ
2015 – 2018[8] Lee Guk Joo's Youngstreet DJ Radio

Music video appearances[edit]

Year Song title Artist
2011 "Watch Out" ZE:A
2014 "Short Hair" AOA
"Taxi on the Phone" Kidoh

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2007 MBC Entertainment Awards Best Female Newcomer in a Sitcom or Comedy Won
2014 SBS Entertainment Awards New Star Award Roommate: Season 2, Entertainment News Won
2015 51st Paeksang Arts Awards[9] Best Variety Performer – Female Roommate: Season 2, Comedy Big League Won
2015 SBS Entertainment Awards Radio DJ Power FM awards Lee Guk Joo's Youngstreet Won
2016 MBC Entertainment Awards High Excellence Award I Live Alone, We Got Married Won
Best Couple Award (paired with Sleepy) We Got Married Nominated
tvN10 Awards[10] Best Comedienne Comedy Big League Nominated


  1. ^ 李國主
  2. ^ a b "Comedian Lee Guk Joo may possibly sign contract with FNC Entertainment". Koreaboo. 19 March 2015. Retrieved 6 May 2017.
  3. ^ a b "FNC Entertainment". www.fncent.com (in Korean). Retrieved 29 August 2017.
  4. ^ "코미디빅리그 | 코미디언 전당". tvN (in Korean). Retrieved 2 September 2017.
  5. ^ "SNSD′s Sunny, g.o.d′s Park Joon Hyung, and GOT7′s Jackson to Move In as New ′Roommates′". Mwave. Retrieved 11 September 2014.
  6. ^ "Lee Gook Joo To Appear as Special MC in "Match Made in Heaven Returns " Premiere". Soompi. Retrieved 12 February 2015.
  7. ^ "무지개 명예 회원 | 나 혼자 산다". MBC (in Korean). Retrieved 2 September 2017.
  8. ^ 세계일보 (2018-10-19). "'쭈디' 이국주, SBS 라디오 '영스트리트' 하차…"목 건강 좋지 않아"". '쭈디' 이국주, SBS 라디오 '영스트리트' 하차…"목 건강 좋지 않아" - 세상을 보는 눈, 글로벌 미디어 - 세계닷컴 -. Retrieved 2018-10-27.
  9. ^ "Yonghwa and J.Y.Park perform, Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Yoochun, Krystal, and more win at 51st Baeksang Arts Awards". Allkpop. Retrieved 26 May 2015.
  10. ^ "tvN10 Awards ▶ 시청자 투표 - 예능인". tvn10festival (in Korean). Retrieved 6 September 2017.

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