Honey Lee

Lee Ha Nui
Honey Lee


Honey Lee, also known as Lee Ha Nui, is a South Korean actress and accomplished classical musician. Born on March 2, 1983, Honey Lee’s father was a high-ranking official in the National Intelligence Service and her mother, a Ph.D. in Korean music history, is a professor at Ewha Women’s University and holds the distinction as Human Cultural Asset No. 23 in Korea because of her many musical accomplishments. Honey Lee, like her mother and older sister, is a professional gayageum player (a traditional Korean stringed instrument) and was named a gayageum prodigy by the prestigious musical foundation Kumho Art Center. She has released four CDs and performed in 25 countries worldwide, including Carnegie Hall in New York. Honey Lee graduated from the prestigious Seoul National University (with honors) with both a bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Honey Lee competed in the 2006 Miss Korea pageant as Miss Seoul and won, going on to represent South Korea in the Miss Universe 2007 pageant and placing 3rd runner-up. She began her entertainment career as a co-host of the industry-focused show “Real Time TV Entertainment.” She made her acting debut in the 2008 musical theater production “Polaroid” and has acted in many films and television dramas since, including “Partner” (2009), “Pasta” (2010), “Immortal Classic” (2012), “Shark” (2013), “Modern Farmer” (2014), “Shine or Go Crazy” (2015) and “Please Come Back, Mister” (2016), as well as the 2016 film “Sori: Voice From the Heart.” In 2015, Honey Lee also became host of the beauty and fitness show “Get It Beauty.”

Mar 2, 1983 (age 39)
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51 kg
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