Lee Junho

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Lee Junho


About Lee Junho:

Lee Junho, a South Korean singer and actor who is best known for being a member of the K-pop boy group 2PM. Born on January 25, 1990, he broke into entertainment after he won the reality competition “Superstar Survival” in 2006.


In 2008, Lee Junho competed in the reality show “Hot Blood Men,” in which the 13 contestants trained to form the boy band One Day but instead formed the two groups 2AM and 2PM. Since his debut with 2PM in 2008, Lee Junho has written many of the songs for the group, as well as solo releases in both Korea and Japan, and for the soundtracks of television dramas. He officially debuted as a solo music artist with the release of his first Korean mini-album “Canvas” in 2017.


Lee Junho made his acting debut in a minor role in the 2011 film “White: The Melody of the Curse” and went on to appear in a few other films. In 2016, he made his small-screen debut in the television drama “Memories” and also starred in the dramas “Chief Kim” (2017) and “Just Between Lovers” (2017-2018).


Lee Jun Ho Movies and TV Shows:

After starring in the 2011 film “White: The Melody of the Curse, Lee Junho appeared in several other films such as the comedy film “Twenty” (2015), a South Korean coming-of-age film directed by Lee Byeong Heon.


In 2018, Junho played a double role in his first Japanese movie, “Rose and Tulip” (2018) written by popular manga artist Akiko Higashimura. He was critically acclaimed for his role of Nero, a famous modern artist, and Daewon, a Korean student living in Japan.


He was then cast in the SBS romantic comedy “Wok Of Love” (2018), playing a talented chef that works at a popular Chinese restaurant in a hotel. The next year, Junho played a lovely young man in the historical romantic comedy “Homme Fatale” (2019). The film was well-received by worldwide audiences and Lee Junho continued his meteoric rise.


Lee Junho’s drama list continues to grow with his latest hit drama “The Red Sleeve” (2021), a historical romance set in the 1700s where he plays the protagonist opposite Lee Se Young.

Jan 25, 1990 (age 33)
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178 cm
67 kg
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