Lee Joon-gi

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Lee Joon-gi
Lee Jun-ki at "Moon Lovers - Scarlet Heart Ryeo" press conference, 24 August 2016 02.jpg
In August 2016
Born (1982-04-17) 17 April 1982 (age 35)
Busan, South Korea
Other names Lee Joon-ki
Education Seoul Institute of the Arts
Occupation Actor, Singer, Model
Years active 2001–present
Agent Namoo Actors (2014-present)[1]
Website www.leejoongi.co.kr
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization I Jun-gi
McCune–Reischauer Yi Chun-gi

Lee Joon-gi (born 17 April 1982) is a South Korean actor, singer and model. He rose to fame on his first leading role playing a clown in the film The King and the Clown (2005) and the television series My Girl (2005). Since then, he has starred in television series Iljimae (2008), Arang and the Magistrate (2012) Scholar Who Walks The Night (2015) and Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo (2016).

Early life[edit]

Lee first became interested in the performing arts as a high school student after watching a performance of Hamlet.[3] He moved to Seoul with a dream to work in the entertainment industry rather than getting into college. For the next couple of years, Lee worked at various part-time jobs before he got accepted into the Seoul Institute of the Arts.[4] He debuted as a model in 2001.[5]

Career[edit]

2005: King and the Clown and rising fame[edit]

In January 2006

Lee had his first major acting role in the 2005 film The King and the Clown, in which he played the historical figure Gong-gil, an effeminate clown in the Joseon Dynasty.[6] The film, which achieved both critical and commercial success, propelled the then-unknown actor into Asia-wide stardom.[7][8] Apart from winning numerous Best Newcomer recognition at the Korean Film Awards, Grand Bell Awards and Baeksang Art Awards,[9][10][11] Lee also won the Best Actor Award at the Max Movie Awards.

Producer Lee Joon-ik revealed the story of how he chose Lee for The King and the Clown by just seeing him do handstands, saying, "Just because of handstands, Lee Joon-gi became the person he is today."[12] After the film, Lee became "an icon" of the South Korean "pretty boy" trend.[13][14] Lee has since tried to downplay this kkonminam image, saying that his character Gong-gil in the film felt like a foot chain for him so he wanted to escape from it: "After my performance in The King and the Clown, I found myself at the forefront of this ‘pretty boy’ trend, whether or not that was my intention. Suddenly, people were interested in me, and there was all this praise and criticism all at the same time. Everything was just so overwhelming. I felt like I was floating on air."[15]

Lee was against the halving of screen quotas in South Korea that allows foreign films to be shown in theaters on certain days, while domestic films are allotted another amount of days. He believed that without the screen quotas, The King and the Clown would not have been as successful in competing against foreign films.[16][17]

2006–2007: Overseas popularity[edit]

Lee was then cast in SBS's My Girl alongside Lee Da-hae and Lee Dong-wook. The romance comedy series became a hit during its run both domestically and across Asia, further catapulting Lee into Korean Wave stardom.[18]

For his follow-up film Fly, Daddy, Fly, directed by Choi Jong-tae and produced by Dyne Film-Guardtec, he was reportedly paid ₩100 million, relatively low given his rising popularity following King and the Clown. This is because the contract was signed in early December before the film's release when Lee was an unknown actor.[19][20] The film garnered much attention and media coverage among Chinese viewers.[21]

In 2007, Lee filmed a joint Korea-Japan movie entitled Virgin Snow with Japanese actress Aoi Miyazaki, in which he plays a Korean exchange student.[22] Virgin Snow was successful as it placed 9th at the box office chart and set a new ticket admissions record for a Korean film released in Japan.[23] Lee later received the Rising Star Award at the 27th Hawaii International Film Festival.[24] The same year, he participated in the film May 18, which is based on the events surrounding the Gwangju Massacre of 1980. 18 May achieved excellent box office results, and was later awarded the Gold Orchid Best Feature Film for the year of 2007.[24] However, there was criticism that both of these productions, along with Fly, Daddy, Fly, had "either fallen short of expectations at the box office or cast Lee in minor roles."[15]

Lee also took on his first drama leading role in MBC action drama, Time Between Dog and Wolf, in which he played a violent NIS agent.[25] He won the Excellence Award at the 2007 MBC Drama Awards for his performance.

2008–2009: Tourism ambassadorship and contractual dispute[edit]

In Shanghai on May 2009

From April to July 2008, Lee played the titular role in SBS's Iljimae, a period-action drama based on Chinese folklore from the Ming dynasty about a masked Robin Hood-esque character during the Joseon era.[26] The final episode achieved a rating of 31.4% viewership, and Lee later received the Top Excellence Award at the 2008 SBS Drama Awards. The drama was also aired in Japan on the channel TV Tokyo.[15]

On 29 July 2008, Lee was chosen as the Ambassador for the 2008 Seoul Hallyu Festival. He was also appointed the first Honorary Legal System Officer since the constitution of the Government Legislation Agency to commemorate their 60th anniversary.[27]

In September 2008, Lee had a contractual dispute with his agency Mentor Entertainment, whom he was signed to since March 2004 in an exclusive contract for five years. Lee was being sued for ₩500 million for breach of contract and for supposedly hiding ₩1 billion in an attempt to "established his own agency in association with his manager". Lee countered that he "underwent significant financial damage as the company was poor in dealing with tax affairs and profit distribution" and he is said to have notified them of contract cancellation in February.[28]

On 5 August 2009, Lee was appointed promotional ambassador of the Korea Tourism Organization.[29][30] The same year, he starred in the comedic-action drama Hero, playing a reporter.[31]

2010–2012: Military service[edit]

In February 2010, upon the expiration of Lee's contract with Mentor Entertainment, he signed with a newly established independent agency, JG Company.[32]

On 3 May 2010, Lee enlisted in the Republic of Korea Army to serve his mandatory military service. He first underwent five weeks of basic training at Nonsan military training camp and was later drafted into active duty.[33][34] He had initially applied for a postponement because he was in the midst of shooting Grand Prix with actress Kim Tae-hee, and was cast to star in television drama Faith. He was also chosen to represent Korea as a goodwill ambassador at the 2010 Shanghai Expo.[35] However, Military Manpower Administration declined and sent a final notice for enlistment, leading him to pull out of both projects.[36] He served within the public relations department of the Ministry of National Defense.[37][38]

In August, Lee co-starred with fellow actor Ju Ji-hoon in military musical, Voyage of Life to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Korean War.[39] The musical was co-produced by the Ministry of National Defense and Korea Musical Theatre Association, and was shown from 21 to 29 August in the National Theater of Korea.[40][41] After serving 21 months of active duty, Lee was discharged on 16 February 2012 from the Defense Media Agency at Yongsan-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul.[42][43] On the day when he was discharged, Lee held a fan meeting, "Reunion JG" at Sangmyung Art Center, Seoul.[44] This was followed by fan event tour of Japan, titled Coming Back in Nagoya, Yokohama and Osaka from 16 to 19 March.[45]

2012–2013: Comeback[edit]

In May 2012, Lee co-starred with Shin Min-a in MBC's period horror-romance Arang and the Magistrate, his first project after his enlistment.[46][47] The series was a success and became the most expensive drama to be sold to Japan by MBC.[48] Lee was later recognized at the Seoul International Drama Awards, winning the Outstanding Korean Drama Actor award.[49]

On 27 September 2012, Lee Joon Gi's JG Style was shown on Mnet Japan, documenting Lee's comeback to the entertainment industry. The series was later awarded the Grand Prize in the Korean wave category at the Skapa Award 2012 in Japan.[50][51]

In 2013, Lee starred in the action thriller Two Weeks, playing a father struggling to save his daughter from leukemia while fighting a murder charge.[52] He received Top Excellence Award in the male category at the 2nd APAN Star Awards.[53]

2014–present: Historical dramas and action roles[edit]

Lee signed with a new management agency, Namoo Actors.[54] He then starred in the period drama Gunman in Joseon (2014) and was named Outstanding Korean Drama Actor for a second time at the Seoul International Drama Awards.[55][56] This was followed by the vampire romance series Scholar Who Walks the Night in 2015.[57][58] The drama averaged single-digit domestic ratings in its run but earned Lee a "Top Ten Stars" award at the MBC Drama Awards. The same year, he was cast in his first Chinese movie, Never Said Goodbye.[59]

In January 2016, Lee was cast in the lead role of Wang So in Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo, a Korean remake of the Chinese television series, Scarlet Heart.[60] The 20-episode drama, budgeted at US$13 million, premiered on 29 August 2016.[61] The production was not well received domestically,[62][63] but averaged 100 million cumulative views per episode during its simulcast on the Chinese video hosting site Youku and led to a rise in popularity for Lee in China.[64][65][66] On 1 November, Lee hosted a free fan meeting titled “My Love Lee Joon-gi” where fans were able to watch the final episode of Moon Lovers with him in attendance.[67]

On October 2016, Lee signed as a new model for Lotte Duty Free Shop. He also co-starred in a promotional web drama titled First Seven Kisses for the company.[68][69] Lee then made his Hollywood debut with an appearance in the sixth and final installment of the Resident Evil series titled, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter which was released worldwide in January 2017.[70][71]

In 2017, Lee starred in tvN's crime procedural drama Criminal Minds, based on the American series of the same name.[72] Lee's convincing acting performance as a criminal profiler garnered him plaudits from critics and viewers.[73][74]

Personal life[edit]

In April 2017, Lee's agency confirmed that he is in a relationship with actress Jeon Hye-bin. Their relationship started in early 2016.[75][76]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 The Hotel Venus Boy Japanese production
Flying Boys Dong-wan
2005 The King and the Clown Gong-gil
2006 Fly, Daddy, Fly Go Seung-suk
2007 May 18 Kang Jin-woo
Virgin Snow Kim Min Korean and Japanese co-production
2016 Never Said Goodbye Jun Hao Chinese production
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Commander Chu International co-production

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
2003 Nonstop 4 Himself MBC Guest
2004 Drama City: What Should I Do? Seong-ho KBS2 Ep. 234
Star's Echo Chan-gyu MBC
Fuji TV
2005 My Girl Seo Jung-woo SBS
2006 The 101st Proposal Himself SBS Cameo
2007 Time Between Dog and Wolf Lee Soo-hyun / Kay MBC
2008 Iljimae Yong / Lee Geom SBS
2009 Hero Jin Do-hyuk MBC
2012 Arang and the Magistrate Kim Eun-oh MBC
2013 Two Weeks Jang Tae-san MBC
2014 Gunman in Joseon Park Yoon-kang/Hasegawa Hanjo KBS2
2015 Scholar Who Walks the Night Kim Sung-yeol MBC
She Was Pretty Himself MBC Ep. 9 - cameo
2016 Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo Wang So (Gwangjong) SBS
2017 Criminal Minds Kim Hyun-joon tvN

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
2016 First Seven Kisses Lee Joon-gi Naver TV Cast Ep. 1-2

Documentary[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2009 World Special "LOVE" - Indonesia with Lee Joon-gi and Kim Ha-neul himself, 21 and 28 March tvN

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2012 Lee Joon-Gi's JG Style himself Mnet Japan
2013 Lee Joon-Gi's JG World himself Mnet Japan

Reality show[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2008 Kim Jung Eun's Chocolate Guest, ep 10 SBS
2009 Golden Fishery Guest, ep 135-136 MBC
Family Outing Guest, ep 48-49 SBS
2013 Healing Camp Guest, ep 79 SBS
Happy Camp Guest, ep 86 Hunan TV
2016 Running Man Guest, ep 314 SBS
2017 My Ear's Candy Cast member tvN

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Name Track listing
2006 My Jun, My Style
  1. "One Word"
  2. "Don't Know Love"
  3. "Foolish Love" (Babo Sarang)
Nam Hyun-joon - One & Only
  1. "Fly High" feat. Seo In-young
2009 J Style
  1. "J Style"
  2. "Soliloquy"
  3. "I'm Ready"
  4. "Selfless Dedicated Tree"
  5. "Fiery Eyes" (Japanese album)
2012 Deucer[77]

Released: 16 March (limited edition)
25 April (regular edition)

  1. "Together"
  2. "The Rain"
  3. "Born Again"
  4. "Sweet Memory"
2013 CBC / Case by Case[78]

Released: 29 January

  1. "The Answer (Intro)"
  2. "Tonight"
  3. "Case By Case"
  4. "Closer"
  5. "Lost Frame"
My Dear[79]

Released: 10 December

  1. "Fever"
  2. "My Dear"
  3. "Fiery Eyes (New ver.)"
  4. "Foolish Love (New ver.)"
  5. "Selfless Dedicated Tree (New ver.)"
2014 Exhale[80]

Released: 21 November

  1. "Ma Lady"
  2. "U"
  3. "For A While"
  4. "Bring Da Beat" (Feat. Yoo Seung-chan)
  5. "Ma Lady (Inst.)"
  6. "For A While (Inst.)"
2016 Thank You[81]

Released: 3 December

  1. "Thank You"
  2. "Now"
  3. "We Wish You a Merry Christmas"

Musical[edit]

  • Voyage of Life (2010)

Soundtrack[edit]

Ambassadorship[edit]

  • Honorary Ambassador for Seoul Hallyu Festival[27]
  • Honorary Legal System Officer (名譽法制官)[27]
  • Honorary Tourism Ambassador for the Korea Tourism Organization[29]
  • Promotional ambassador of Ritz-Carlton Seoul[83]

Awards[edit]

Years Awards
2006
2007
2008
2009
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016

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