Lee Tae-sung

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Lee Tae-sung
Born Lee Sung-deok
(1985-04-21) April 21, 1985 (age 32)
South Korea
Other names イ・テソン (Japanese)
Occupation Actor
Years active 2003-present
Agent Glory MK Entertainment
Notable work 26 Years Diary (2006)
Gangster High (2006)
Hooray for Love (2011)
Rooftop Prince (2012)
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Korean name
Hangul 이태성
Hanja 李太成
Revised Romanization Yi Tae-seong
McCune–Reischauer Yi T'aesŏng
Birth name
Hangul 이성덕
Revised Romanization Yi Seong-deok
McCune–Reischauer Yi Sŏngtŏk

Lee Tae-sung (born Lee Sung-deok on April 21, 1985) is a South Korean actor.

Biography[edit]

Lee, who currently plays baseball for the Playboys (No.27),[1] has a younger brother, singer Sung Yu-bin (Hangul성유빈, born 1987),[2] who is a member of BOB4.[3]

Lee registered his marriage in April 2012, but an actual wedding ceremony was not scheduled until March 2013 due to the death of both Lee's grandparents. The couple have a son who was born not long after the death of his grandmother.[4][5]

Lee entered his mandatory military service on October 29, 2013. It appears his wedding ceremony will be further delayed due to this event according to an announcement made by his management company, Glory MK Entertainment. He will be a full-time reserve officer stationed at the 32nd division training camp in Gongju, South Chungcheong Province.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Original Title Role
2004 Superstar Mr. Gam 슈퍼스타 감사용
2005 Blossom Again 사랑니 Lee Seok / Lee Soo
2006 26 Years Diary[7] あなたを忘れない
너를 잊지 않을 거야
Lee Soo-hyun
Gangster High[8] 폭력써클 Kim Jae-gu
2010 Sera & Lami 내 남자의 순이 Kwang-soo

Television drama[edit]

Year Title Original Title Role Network
2003 Go Mom Go! 달려라 울엄마 KBS2
2007 Several Questions That Make Us Happy 우리를 행복하게 하는 몇가지 질문 Jung-wook KBS2
Two Outs in the Ninth Inning 9회말 2아웃 Kim Jung-joo MBC
Time Between Dog and Wolf 개와 늑대의 시간 Bae Sang-shik MBC
2008 Terroir 떼루아 Park Dan-byul SBS
2009 Romance Zero 하자 전담반 제로 Kim Woo-jin MBC Dramanet
Enjoy Life 살맛 납니다 Jang Yoo-jin MBC
2010 The Woman Next Door (Drama Special) 옆집 아줌마 (드라마 스페셜) Byun Hoon KBS2
Playful Kiss 장난스런 키스 Bong Joon-gu MBC
2011 Pianissimo[9] 피아니시모 Ki Da-rim TrendE
Hooray for Love 애정만만세 Byun Dong-woo MBC
2012 Rooftop Prince 옥탑방 왕세자 Yong Tae-mu SBS
2013 Pots of Gold 금 나와라, 뚝딱! Park Hyun-joon MBC
2015 My Mom 엄마 Kim Kang-jae MBC

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Original Title As Network
2010-11 100 Out of 100 (aka Oh my School) 스쿨 버라이어티 백점만점 Guest KBS2
2011-12 K-Pop CON[10] K-Pop CON MC; Performer, episode 11 Channel A
2012 Dugeun Dugeun Heundeullyeo[11] 두근두근 흔들려 Guest MBC
Show King[12] 쇼킹 Guest, episode 10 Channel A
2016 King of Mask Singer 미스터리 음악쇼 복면가왕 Contestant as "Want To Fly Flying Boy", episode 47 MBC
Real Men 진짜 사나이 Cast member, Navy NCO special
Notes

^1 — performed: "Flying Butterfly" (Korean: 나는 나비) by YB

Music video[edit]

Year Artist Song
2008 MC the Max Thorn Fish
MC the Max So Sick
2009 Park Sang-min When I Miss You
2010 Gavy NJ Sunny Side
2012 BOB4 Mystery Girl[3]

Discography[edit]

Album[edit]

  • Lee Tae-sung: "When A Man Is In Love" (Korean: 남자가 사랑할때) (2007)[13]

Soundtrack contribution[edit]

  • Lee Tae-sung: "Like The First Time" (Korean: 처음처럼) (Romance Zero OST, 2009)
  • Lee Tae-sung: "Talking To Myself" (Korean: 혼잣말) (Playful Kiss OST, 2010)
  • Hunter: "I Want To Be The Only Man For You" (Korean: 너에게 만은 남자이고 싶다) (City Hunter Special OST, 2011)

Endorsement[edit]

  • Honda CR-Z Short Film
  • O'live it city 일본에서 놀자 (2010)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2005 26th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best New Actor Blossom Again Nominated
2006 42nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actor (Film) Nominated
2007 8th Busan Film Critics Awards[8] Best New Actor Gangster High Won
2010 MBC Drama Awards Best New Actor Enjoy Life, Playful Kiss Won
2011 19th Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards Best Actor Hooray for Love Won
2012 SBS Drama Awards Special Acting Award, Actor in a Drama Special Rooftop Prince Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ Team Official Playboys website. (Japanese)
  2. ^ Sung Yu Bin profile NAUTILION.
  3. ^ a b "MV Teaser: BOB4′s Mystery Girl" Luminosity.
  4. ^ "'7살 연상 아내?'…이태성, 유부남 고백에 팬들 '멘붕'" Sports Seoul. 23 November 2012. Retrieved 2012-12-04. (Korean)
  5. ^ Lee Tae Sung Announces His Marriage and Reveals he Has a Year-Old Son
  6. ^ Actor Lee Tae Sung entered Military Service Without Hearing the Wedding Bells
  7. ^ Joon Soh (6 November 2008) "Imagining Life Behind Heroic Act" The Korea Times.
  8. ^ a b Darcy Paquet (4 October 2007) "Busan Film Critics to hand out awards" The Vote.
  9. ^ Drama presentation TrendE. (Korean)
  10. ^ K-POPcon Channel A. (Korean)
  11. ^ Show presentation MBC. (Korean)
  12. ^ Show King Channel A. (Korean)
  13. ^ 남자가 사랑할때 info daum Music. (Korean)

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