Lee Jun Ki (born April 17, 1982, Busan, South Korea) is a
South Korean actor. Lee'S career began with modeling, and he was
first seen on TV in 2001 in the commercial for the So Basic
fashion label. His first drama appearance was as a dissatisfied
teenager in Nan Eotteokhae (What should I do?), KBS drama city
series with narrative episodes. Lee Jun Ki later appeared with a
minor role in Star's Echo, another drama.
Ki up to fame with the movie "Man of the King", which became the highest grossing movie in South Korean history and unexpectedly replaced Taegukgi (Brotherhood of War, 2004) as the most-watched film in Korean history with over 12 million viewers. Previously a small, barely-known actor, Lee JunKi has become a face and name known to everyone in the country. His next role was as the male supporting character on the Korean drama hit SBS's My Girl together with Miss Korea, Park Si Yeon, and lead stars Lee Da Hae and Lee Dong Wook.
Lee Jun Ki newest work, Fly Daddy Fly which has just been
released, has garnered much attention and media coverage due to
Lee Junki's overwhelming popularity.
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