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Lee Hanee
Lee Hanee 이하늬 2022.png
Lee in September 2022
Born (1983-03-02) March 2, 1983 (age 39)
Seoul, South Korea
Other namesHoney Lee
Alma materSeoul National University
  • Actress
  • model
Height1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
(m. 2021)
Beauty pageant titleholder
  • Miss Korea 2006
Korean name
Revised RomanizationI Ha-nui
McCune–ReischauerI Hanŭi

Lee Hanee[2] (Korean이하늬; born March 2, 1983), also known as Honey Lee, is a South Korean actress, model, classical musician as well as beauty pageant titleholder where she represented her country at Miss Universe 2007. She has acted in several films and television series.

Early life[edit]

Lee Hanee is the middle child of three, and has an older sister and a younger brother. Her father Lee Sang-eob was a high-ranking official with the National Intelligence Service. Her mother Moon Jae-suk has a PhD in Korean music history and is a professor at Ewha Womans University as well as music director of Gimhae City Gayageum Orchestra. Her sister is Lee Seul-gi, a member of the KBS Orchestra of Traditional Korean Music. Lee's maternal uncle is politician Moon Hee-sang (currently Speaker of the National Assembly).

Lee graduated from Seoul National University with high honors in traditional Korean music.[3] She received her master's degree from the same university.[4]


Beauty pageant[edit]

Lee won the 2006 Miss Korea pageant and represented South Korea in the Miss Universe 2007. She managed to break into the Top 5 and was placed 3rd runner-up; Riyo Mori from Japan was crowned Miss Universe that year.[5] Lee was also named Miss Grand Slam 2007.[6]


Lee is a professional gayageum player,[7] a Korean music instrument. She was named a gayageum prodigy by the Kumho Art Center, the most prestigious musical foundation in Korea.[8] She has released four CDs and played in more than 25 countries, including concerts at Carnegie Hall in New York City. In 2017, she participated in the largest-ever mass performance of the gayageum as part of the two-day Uijeongbu International Gayageum Festival.[9]

Lee performed at the closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics, where she reinterpreted '춘앵무(Chunaengmu)', one of the royal dances of the Joseon dynasty.[10]

Lee appeared in the music video For Dynamic Duo (South Korean duo)'s song "Jam".[11][circular reference] Presumably Lee plays a Honeybee in the video which is a pun on the honeybee themed video.

Film and television[edit]

Lee Hanee co-hosted Real Time TV Entertainment, on the national TV network SBS, a 12-year-old show focusing on show business, beginning July 18.[12]

In 2008, she made her acting debut in the musical Polaroid which opened at PMC Daehangno Jayu Theater in Hyehwa-dong, Jongno-gu.[13] She has since starred in musicals Legally Blonde, playing Elle Woods and Chicago, playing Roxie Hart.[14][15]

In 2009, Lee starred in her first television series The Partner, playing a femme fatale attorney.[16] She next starred in the romantic comedy series Pasta (2010), playing a celebrity chef.[17]

Lee won her first acting accolade at the MBC Drama Awards, the Best Newcomer award for her performance in the family drama Iron Daughters-in-law (2011).[18][19]

In 2011, Lee was cast in her first big screen role in action film, Hit.[20] She also featured in the disaster film Deranged[21] and period comedy I Am a King (2012).[22]

After appearing in E J-yong's ensemble mockumentary Behind the Camera (2013), Lee starred in the gambling film Tazza: The Hidden Card (2014), playing a rich widow.[23]

She also appeared in a comedy drama in 2014 called Mondern Farmer which is about a rock band called "Excellent Souls." The band consists of Lee Min-Ki (Lee Hong-Ki), Kang Hyeok (Park Min-Woo), Yoo Han-Cheol (Lee Si-Un) and Han Ki-Joon (Kwak Dong-Yeon). The band decides to move to the countryside. There, the drama series follows their dreams, loves and friendships.

Lee then played Queen Daemok in the 2015 historical drama Shine or Go Crazy, which depicts a fictional romance between a cursed Goryeo prince and the last princess of Balhae.[24] The same year, she starred in the science fiction film Sori: Voice From The Heart.[25]

In 2016, Lee starred in the comedy drama Please Come Back, Mister.[26] Lee was praised for her chemistry with co-star Oh Yeon-seo, whom she has acted with in her previous project Shine or Go Crazy.[27]

In 2017, Lee played famous gisaeng Jang Nok-su in the historical drama The Rebel. She won critical praise for her portrayal, and won several acting awards.[28] The same year, she featured in crime thriller Heart Blackened[29] and action comedy film The Bros.[30]

In 2019, Lee starred in the comedy film Extreme Job as a narcotics detective. The film became the second-most successful Korean film ever with 16 million tickets sold.[31] The same year, she starred in comedy crime drama The Fiery Priest as a prosector. The drama was a commercial success with over 20% in ratings.[32] Both projects proved Lee's versatility and contributed to her rise in popularity.[33]

In 2021, Lee starred another SBS drama One the Woman with Lee Sang-yoon, Jin Seo-yeon and Lee Won-keun, making a small screen comeback in two years. [34] She played dual roles as Jo Yeon-joo, a smart but corrupted prosecutor (which is similar to her previous drama The Fiery Priest) and Kang Mi-na, an illegitimate daughter of a chaebol who is abused by her family and her husband's family. The drama was a hit with the last episode achieving 3.2 million viewers and a rating of 17.8%. For her successful portrayal of dual character with polar opposite personality, she earned a top excellence award and daesang nomination at 2021 SBS Drama Awards.

Personal life[edit]

Lee has been actively involved in voluntary work for several organizations such as UNICEF, Compassion and World Vision. She serves as the Goodwill Ambassador for Beauty Mind Charity and Korea Green Foundation.[35]

Lee holds a third degree black belt in Taekwondo, and is a scuba diver and a competitive skier.[citation needed]

She is of Christian faith[36] and once followed a vegetarian diet. But she began eating meat and fish for her own freedom according to her. [37]

Relationship and marriage[edit]

On November 8, 2021, it was confirmed that Lee was dating a non-celebrity boyfriend.[38] They have been dating since early 2021. On December 21, 2021, Saram Entertainment confirmed that Lee has married that day, and the wedding ceremony was held in Seoul where only family members attended.[39] According to Lee’s agency, her husband is a Korean-American office worker.[40]

In January 2022, Lee's agency announced that Lee was 4 months pregnant with her first child.[41][42] On June 20, 2022, she gave birth to a daughter at a hospital in Seoul.[43]



Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2011 Hit Seon-nyeo
2012 Deranged Yeon-joo
I Am the King Soo-yeon
2013 Behind the Camera herself
2014 Tazza: The Hidden Card President Woo
2015 Sori: Voice From The Heart Ji-yeon
2016 Lost in the Moonlight Lady Maehwa voice role
2017 Fabricated City Min Cheon-sang's secretary
Heart Blackened Yoo-na
The Bros Aurora
2019 Extreme Job detective Jang Yeon-soo
Black Money Kim Na-ri
2022 Alienoid Min Kae-ae [44]
2023 Alienoid 2 [45]
TBA Killing Romamce
Phantom Park Cha-Kyung [46]

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2009 The Partner Kim Jung-won
2010 Pasta Oh Se-young
2011 Indomitable Daughters-in-Law Kim Yeon-jung
2012 Immortal Classic Seo Young-joo [47]
2013 Shark Jang Young-hee [48][49]
2014 Modern Farmer Kang Yoon-hee [50]
2015 Shine or Go Crazy Hwangbo Yeo-won
2016 Come Back Mister Song Yi-yeon
2017 The Rebel Jang Nok-su
2019 The Fiery Priest Park Gyung-sun
Be Melodramatic Actress Cameo (Episode 1)
2021 One the Woman Cho Yeon-joo / Kang Mi-na [51]

Television shows[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2007–2008 TV Entertainment Tonight Host
2010 Honey Lee's My Sweet Canada
2011 Opera Star 2011 [52]
2014 Four Sons and One Daughter - Season 1 Cast member [53]
2015–2017 Get it Beauty Host [54]
2016 Saturday Night Live Korea [55]
LOVE Challenge 2 Cast member
2017 Shall We Walk
2018 The Secret and Great Private Lives of Animals [56]


Year Title Role Ref.
2008 Polaroid Lee Se-yeon
2009–2010 Legally Blonde Elle Woods
2013 Chicago Roxie Hart
2013–2014 Guys and Dolls Sarah Brown [57]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.
APAN Star Awards 2015 Best Supporting Actress Shine or Go Crazy Nominated
2022 Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries One the Woman Nominated [58]
Baeksang Arts Awards 2015 Best New Actress – Film Tazza: The Hidden Card Nominated
2018 Best Supporting Actress – Film Heart Blackened Nominated [59]
2019 Extreme Job Nominated [60]
Blue Dragon Film Awards 2014 Best Supporting Actress Tazza: The Hidden Card Nominated
2019 Extreme Job Nominated [61]
Popular Star Award Won [62]
BIFF Marie Claire Asian Star Awards 2019 Marie Claire Award Won
Daegu Musical Festival 2013 Best Newcomer Chicago Won [63]
Golden Cinema Film Festival 2021 Best Actress Black Money Won [64]
Grand Bell Awards 2014 Best New Actress Tazza: The Hidden Card Nominated
Popularity Award Won [65]
2020 Best Supporting Actress Extreme Job Nominated
KBS Entertainment Awards 2018 Rookie Award, Variety The Secret and Great Private Lives of Animals Won [66]
Korea Drama Awards 2017 Top Excellence Award, Actress The Rebel Won [67]
Korea Film Actors Association Awards 2017 Best Supporting Actress The Bros, Heart Blackened Won [68]
Korea Jewelry Awards 2010 Sapphire Award Lee Hanee Won [69]
MBC Drama Awards 2011 Best New Actress Indomitable Daughters-in-Law Won [70]
2017 Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Monday-Tuesday Drama The Rebel Won [71]
Miss Korea Pageant 2006 Miss Korea - Jin Lee Hanee Won
Miss Universe Pageant 2007 Third runner-up Won
Mnet 20's Choice Awards 2011 Hot Body Female Won [72]
SBS Drama Awards 2014 Excellence Award, Actress in a Drama Special Modern Farmer Nominated
2016 Special Acting Award, Actress in a Fantasy Drama Please Come Back, Mister Nominated
2019 Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Mid-Length Drama The Fiery Priest Won [73][74]
Producer's Award Nominated
2021 Grand Prize (Daesang) One the Woman Nominated [75]
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Romance/Comedy Drama Won [76]
Best Couple Award Lee Hanee (with Lee Sang-yoon)
One the Woman
Nominated [77]
Style Icon Asia 2016 Top 10 Style Icons Lee Hanee Won [78]
The Seoul Awards 2017 Best Supporting Actress The Rebel Won [79]

State honors[edit]

Name of country, year given, and name of honor
Country Or Organization Year Honor Or Award Ref.
South Korea[note 1] 2019 The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism commendation


Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Rank Ref.
Forbes 2018 Korea Power Celebrity 26th [83]


  1. ^ Honors are given at the Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards, arranged by the Korea Creative Content Agency and hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.[80][81] They are awarded to those who have contributed to the arts and South Korea's pop culture.[82]


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