|Born:August 15, 1970|
|KBO: April 10, 1993, for the Haitai Tigers|
|NPB: 1998, for the Chunichi Dragons|
|KBO: May 26, 2012, for the Kia Tigers|
|NPB: 2001, for the Chunichi Dragons|
|Runs batted in||99|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Revised Romanization||I Jongbeom|
Lee Jong-Beom (Korean: 이종범, Hanja: 李鍾範; born August 15, 1970) is a South Korean professional baseball player who played for the Kia Tigers. He is nicknamed "Son of the Wind" (바람의 아들) for his speed. In April 2012, Lee announced his retirement from baseball.
Some career highlights include:
- 30-60 season – a player's season in which least 30 home runs and 60 stolen bases recorded.
- 73 stolen bases in his rookie season
- 84 stolen bases in his second year, along with a .393 full-season batting average. .393 batting average is 2nd for KBO.
- 4 gold gloves as a shortstop and 2 as an outfielder, and not having missed a single all star game during his professional career in Korea.