Lee Dong Wook is a South Korean actor. Born on November 6, 1981, he made his acting debut in the 1999 television series “MBC Best Theater” and “School 2.” But he became famous after appearing in the 2005 romantic comedy “My Girl,” which made him a Hallyu star. He went on to star in many films and television dramas, including “Partner” (2009), “Scent of a Woman” (2011), “Wild Romance” (2012), "Fugitive of Joseon” (2013), “Hotel King” (2014), “Iron Man” (2014), “Bubblegum” (2015) and “Goblin” (2016-2017). Lee Dong Wook also served as MC of the variety talk show “Strong Heart” from 2012 to 2013 and appeared in the first two seasons of the popular reality show “Roommate” in 2014. He also is a popular choice to star in music videos of top pop artists.
- Nov 6, 1981 (age 38)
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- 184 cm
- 72 kg
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