|Birth name||Lee Hee-jin|
May 16, 1979 |
Seoul, South Korea
|Years active||1997–2006 (singer)
|Associated acts||Baby V.O.X|
Lee studied at Dong-Ah Broadcasting College, then made her entertainment debut in 1997 as a member of popular K-pop girl group Baby V.O.X.. After Baby V.O.X. disbanded in 2006, Lee decided to pursue an acting career. After joining a few stage plays and musicals, Lee was cast in the television drama It's Okay, Daddy's Girl (2010). She has since played supporting roles in The Greatest Love (2011), My Lover, Madame Butterfly (2012), and Monstar (2013).
In 2011, she was chosen Best New Actress in the TV Drama category at the 19th Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards.
|2002||Zoo People||Lee Hee-jin||KBS2|
|2010||It's Okay, Daddy's Girl||Eun Ae-ryung||SBS|
|2011||The Greatest Love||Jenny||MBC|
|Happy and||Hye-won (episode 1)
Seon-mi (episode 5)
Hee-joo (episode 9)
|2012||Big||the bride Min-joo
(cameo, episode 1)
|God of War||Nan-yi, concubine killed
by Choe Hang (cameo)
|My Lover, Madame Butterfly||Yeon Ji-yeon||SBS|
|2013||Horse Doctor||Woohee (cameo)||MBC|
|Special Affairs Team TEN 2||Song Hwa-young
(guest, episode 8)
|Medical Top Team||Yoo Hye-ran||MBC|
|Golden Rainbow||Park Hwa-ran||MBC|
|2014||Dr. Frost||Yoo Anna/Sung-hye||OCN|
|2015||Riders: Catch Tomorrow||Oh Jung-In||E Channel|
|2017||Woman of Dignity||Kim Hyo-joo||JTBC|
|2002||Emergency Act 19||Herself (cameo by Baby V.O.X.)|
|2012||Choi Hyun-woo and Noh Hong-chul's Magic Hall||TV Chosun|
|2013||This is Magic||MBC|
|"La La La"|
|2008||Singin' in the Rain|
|2010||Crash Course in Love|
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- Choi, Ji-eun (24 November 2010). "REVIEW: SBS TV series I’m Okay! Daddy (tentative title) - 1st Episode". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-05-30.
- Yoon, Seo-hyun (24 September 2011). "Trace the steps of your favorite drama stars". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved 2013-05-30.
- Hong, Lucia (16 December 2011). "So Ji-sub, Park Hae-il, Lee Tae-gon win top prize at culture and entertainment ceremony". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-05-30.
- "Marco and Lee Hee Jin steam up SUKI's One Love MV". Allkpop. 2 June 2010. Retrieved 2013-05-30.
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