Lee Min Ho (이민호) is one of the most popular Asian actors working today. Born on June 22, 1987, Lee Min Ho’s popularity extends well beyond the borders of Korea into China and other countries throughout the world. He even has his very own wax figure at Madame Tussauds Beijing. Lee Min Ho began acting in small roles in high school but shot to fame after his iconic role as the rich bad boy Goo Joon Pyo in the hit Korean drama “Boys Over Flowers” (2009), which garnered him the Best New Actor award at the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards. The breakthrough role led to other leading roles in the popular dramas “Personal Taste” (2010), “City Hunter” (2011), “The Great Doctor (aka Faith)” (2012) and “Heirs” (2013), bringing many more acting awards and accolades. Lee Min Ho most recently appeared in the acclaimed film “Gangnam Blues” and the Web drama "One Line Love.” In addition to acting, Lee Min Ho also has released two music albums and is a popular endorsement model. In 2014, a Chinese entertainment magazine dubbed Lee Min Ho the winner of its “Asian Male God” poll. Lee Min Ho, whose name is written also as Lee Minho, Lee Min-ho and in Korean as 이민호, should not be confused with the younger Lee Min Ho (born June 28, 1993), another Korean actor.