Lee Kyung-hee

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Lee Kyung-hee Biography

Lee Kyung-hee is a famous Screenwriter, who was born on July 26, 1969 in South Korea. Lee Kyung-hee (born 26 July 1969) is a South Korean television screenwriter. According to Astrologers, Lee Kyung-hee’s zodiac sign is Leo.

Lee took it easy for a while after MiSa, and wrote two episodes of Beating Heart (2005), a drama with an experimental omnibus format of six two-part stories made by a different writer-director team. Lee paired with director Kim Jin-man in the segment Outing, which starred Bae Jong-ok as a forty-something woman having marital problems who meets the twenty-something doppelgänger of her college boyfriend (Ji Sung). It strengthened Lee’s position as one of the most eclectic “commercial” writers on TV.

A year later, Lee Kyung-hee hit the jackpot: popularity, both online and on TV, and critical acclaim with I’m Sorry, I Love You (2004). Featuring So Ji-sub in his star-making performance, opposite rising actress Im Soo-jung, the plot involved overseas adoption, secrets of birth, terminal illness and a love triangle, but because of its focus on the pain and emotional conflicts of the characters, they were made realistic despite the over-the-top storyline. The drama was more emotionally intense than anything Lee had written before, and she was praised by viewers and critics for her well-written script that showed beauty in human tragedy. MiSa (as it’s called by fans, the combined first two syllables of its Korean title Mianhada Saranghanda) became one of the rare “mania dramas” (Korean slang for TV series with tremendous online following) that also received high ratings, and it swept the 2004 KBS Drama Awards, while at the 2005 Baeksang Arts Awards So received Best TV Actor and Lee was nominated for Best TV Screenplay.

Lee reunited with another Sang Doo alum, Gong Hyo-jin, in Thank You (2007), about a single mother living on a small island with her grandfather who has dementia (Shin Goo) and her HIV-positive daughter (Seo Shin-ae), until a cynical doctor enters their lives. For the lead actor, Lee cast Jang Hyuk in his acting comeback after mandatory military service. Because of Jang’s draft-dodging scandal, the drama received little hype, but the heartwarming story and well-drawn characters, as well as the cast’s strong performances guided by director Lee Jae-dong (previously of Sweet Buns), led to solid ratings and it ranked number one in its timeslot. Some critics considered it arguably her finest work, and Lee won Best TV Screenplay at the 2008 Baeksang Arts Awards. It also received the 10th Special Media Award from Amnesty International, for “its frank, yet sensitive portrayal of a young HIV patient and her family and friends; it dealt with a touchy subject that had not been broached in other TV dramas and taught the audience to respect AIDS patients and other underprivileged members of our society.”

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In Will It Snow for Christmas? (2009), Lee returned to the genre of traditional melodrama. Directed by Choi Moon-suk (previously of What Happened in Bali) and starring Go Soo and Han Ye-seul, the tale of rekindled childhood love lost the ratings battle against blockbuster spy series Iris.

Lee Kyung-hee Net Worth

Lee is one of the richest Screenwriter & listed on most popular Screenwriter. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Lee Kyung-hee net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Lee Kyung-hee Net Worth & Salary
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Lee Kyung-hee began her television drama writing career penning star vehicles, among them Model (1997) with Kim Nam-joo and Jang Dong-gun, Kkokji (also known as Tough Guy’s Love, 2000) with Won Bin, Lee Jong-won and Jo Min-ki, and Purity (also known as Pure Heart, 2001) with Ryu Jin and Lee Yo-won.

In Will It Snow for Christmas? (2009), Lee returned to the genre of traditional melodrama. Directed by Choi Moon-suk (previously of What Happened in Bali) and starring Go Soo and Han Ye-seul, the tale of rekindled childhood love lost the ratings battle against blockbuster spy series Iris.

Lee already had Song Joong-ki in mind as the antihero protagonist when she wrote The Innocent Man (2012). Titled in Korean “A Nice Guy the Likes of Which You Would Never Find Anywhere in the World,” it tells the story of a man who goes to prison for the woman he loves (Park Si-yeon), but is betrayed by her when she marries a business mogul for money. To get his revenge, he intentionally approaches her step-daughter (Moon Chae-won) to seduce her in order to provoke his ex-lover, creating complicated feelings of love and conflict among the three of them. Lee used the dualism of good and evil, love and revenge, to make her most cohesive, thematically strong drama yet, aided by director Kim Jin-won’s unobtrusive yet unerring eye for detail. The cast’s acting was praised across the board by viewers and critics, particularly Song for his nuanced portrayal, and The Innocent Man received high ratings throughout its run.

Lee Kyung-hee Height

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But she made a name for herself with comedy-drama Sang Doo! Let’s Go to School in 2003. About a young father who becomes a gigolo to pay for his daughter’s medical bills, then goes back to finish high school with his first love as his teacher, it marked the successful acting debut of singer Rain. Industry insiders were surprised and impressed with the singer-turned-actor for handling the myriad emotions of his character with range, thanks to Lee who took advantage of Rain’s screen presence and charisma, and wrapped the character’s evolution around his strengths, trying to minimize his lack of experience. Co-stars Gong Hyo-jin, Lee Dong-gun, and Hong Soo-hyun, as well as director Lee Hyung-min were also praised for their work.

In 2014, Lee reteamed with Kim Jin-won in Wonderful Days, her first time to write a 50-episode weekend drama. Starring Lee Seo-jin and Kim Hee-sun, the plot revolved around a prosecutor who returns to his hometown after 15 years and tries to reconnect with his long-estranged family and friends.

Who is Lee Kyung-hee dating?

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Facts & Trivia

Lee Ranked on the list of most popular Screenwriter. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in South Korea. Lee Kyung-hee celebrates birthday on July 26 of every year.

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