|Born||October 18, 1973|
|Alma mater||Seoul Institute of the Arts|
|Revised Romanization||I Hae-yeong|
Lee Hae-young (born 1973) is a South Korean film director and screenwriter. Lee wrote and directed his debut feature Like a Virgin (2006) (with director Lee Hae-jun), which won several awards for Best New Director and Best Screenplay. His first solo feature Foxy Festival (2010) is a comedy that showed people with seemingly abnormal sexual tastes as SM, transvestism, and doll fetishism are in real life absolutely normal otherwise. His third feature is a mystery genre film The Silenced (2015).
- Coming Out (short film, 2000)
- Conduct Zero (2002)
- Au Revoir, UFO (2004)
- Like a Virgin (2006)
- Foxy Festival (2010)
- 26 Years (2012)
- The Silenced (2015)
- Believer (2018)
For original idea
- Kick the Moon (2001)
As script editor
- Arahan (2004)
- 2006 7th Busan Film Critics Awards: Best New Director (Like a Virgin)
- 2006 27th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Best New Director (Like a Virgin)
- 2006 27th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Best Screenplay (Like a Virgin)
- 2006 5th Korean Film Awards: Best New Director (Like a Virgin)
- 2007 43rd Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Screenplay (Like a Virgin)
- "LEE Hae-young". Korean Film Biz Zone. Retrieved 2016-01-21.
- D’Sa, Nigel (21 December 2006). "Like a Virgin". Korean Film Biz Zone. Retrieved 2016-01-22.
- "Interview with Lee Hae-young, the sud-korean director of Foxy Festival". Udine Far East Film Festival. Retrieved 2016-01-21.
- "Foxy Festival". Film Society of Lincoln Center. Retrieved 2016-01-21.
- "Director Lee Hae Young denies #MeToo accusation against him, comes out as gay | allkpop.com". allkpop.
- "Film Directer Outed In #MeToo Allegation Denies Everything And Comes Out As Gay". Koreaboo. 5 March 2018.
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