Lee Bo-hee

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Lee Bo-hee
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Born (1959-05-25) 25 May 1959 (age 63)
OccupationActress
Years active1983–present
Korean name
Hangul
이보희
Hanja
Revised Romanization I Bo-hui
McCune–Reischauer Yi Pohŭi

Lee Bo-hee (born 25 May 1959) is a South Korean actress. Lee won a number of awards for her film roles in the 1980s, including Best New Actress for The Green Pine Tree at the 22nd Grand Bell Awards, [1] Best Actress for Eoudong at the 22nd Korea Drama and Film Art Awards, [2] and Best Actress for You My Rose Mellow at the 24th Baeksang Arts Awards and 8th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards. [3]

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Lee Bo-hee is referred to as one of "The Troika of the 1980s" along with Lee Mi-sook and Won Mi-kyung, all three of which dominated the screen of the period. [4]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRole
1983The Green Pine Tree
1984Widow Dance
Declaration of IdiotHye-young
Agada
Between the Knees Ja-young
The Light of Recollection
1985 Eoudong Uhwudong
1986 Lee Jang-ho's Baseball Team Eomji
1987Moonlight Hunter
The Man with Three Coffins Mrs. Choe
Y's Experience
1988 You My Rose Mellow Su-kyung
Gam-dong
America, America
1994Rosy Days
The Man of 49 Days
1998A+ Life
2010 Le Grand Chef 2: Kimchi Battle Soo-hyang
2011 Sunny

Television series

YearTitleRole
1995 West Palace Queen Inmok
1996Tears of the DragonConcubine Seon, Taejong's fourth consort
1999Lost One's Way
2001Ladies of the Palace Dowager Queen Jasun
Blue MistOh Young-hee
Why Women?
Piano Lee Eun Shim
2002Whenever the Heart BeatsJang Gyo-soo
Kitchen MaidKang-ok
Jang Hui-binLady Yoon
2003Go Mom Go!
2004Terms of EndearmentNa Jin-deok
My 19 Year Old Sister-in-Law Park Young-ran
When a Man is in LovePark Hwa-young
2005Three Leafed CloverJo Yoon-sook
My Sweetheart, My DarlingJo Ok-soon
Dear Heaven Kim Mi-hyang
2006 Seoul 1945 Ame Kaori
Which Star Are You From Ahn Jin-hee
2007When Spring ComesKim Boo-seon
The Devil Soon-ok
Queen of AhyunSa Bi-na
Innocent WomanChun Deok-hee
2008My LadyHa Shin-ae
2009 The Road Home Oh Seon-yeong
Three Brothers Gye Sol-yi
2010 A Man Called God Han Soo-ra
Drama Special "Reason"Kim Ji-soo
Flames of Desire Cha Soon-ja
Smile, Dong-hae Gye Sun-ok
2011 Gwanggaeto, The Great Conqueror Go Ya
Drama Special "The Woman from the Olle Road"Lady Oh
Just YouLee Sun-young
Living Among the Rich Kim Bo-hee
2012 My Lover, Madame Butterfly Bae Shin-ja
Wild Romance Yang Sun-hee
2013 Iris II: New Generation Jung Soo-min/Jung Ji-young
Wang's Family Park Sal-ra
2014 Everybody Say Kimchi Ji Sun-young
Marriage, Not Dating Hoon-dong's mother
Apgujeong Midnight Sun Seo Eun-ha
2015The Great WivesHong Geum-sook
Tomorrow VictoryJi Young-sun
2016–2017 Our Gap-soon Nam Gi-ja
2017-2018 Enemies from the Past Woo Yang-sook
2019 Liver or Die [5] No Yang-sim
2021 Revolutionary Sisters Oh Bong-ja

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References

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