|Other names||Lee Hee-jun|
|Education|| Yeungnam University - Chemical Engineering |
Korea National University of Arts - Theater
Lee Hye-jung(m. 2016)
|Revised Romanization||I Hui-jun|
Lee Hee-joon (born June 29, 1979) is a South Korean actor.
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Lee Hee-joon and model Lee Hye-jung confirmed their relationship in August 2015. They registered their marriage prior to the ceremony and had their private wedding ceremony in a wedding hall in Yongsan, Seoul on April 23, 2016.
|2003||A State of Distrust||Short film|
|2004||누가 나를 찾아오는가|
|The Happy Ending, with Fear|
|The Theory & Practice of Graduation|
|Waiting for Passion|
|Resurrection of the Butterfly|
|Room of Goldfish||Short film|
|2009||The Pit and the Pendulum||Seong-ik|
|A Worse Crime||Short film|
|I'm in Trouble!||Si-hyeong|
|Being a Traveler||Short film|
|2010||The Unjust||Detective Nam|
|The Yellow Sea||Bo-eun policeman|
|Quick||Head of Dae-mang department|
|2012||Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time||College student 1|
|2013||Dear Dolphin||Kim Hyeok-geun|
|2015||SORI: Voice from the Heart||Jin-ho|
|2016||A Melody to Remember||Hook|
|Worst Woman||Woon-cheol||Special appearance|
|2017||A Special Lady||Choi Dae-sik|
|1987: When the Day Comes||Yoon Sang-sam|
|The Drug King||Choi Jin-pil|
|2019||Another Child||Park Seo-bang|
|2007||Que Sera, Sera||Bit part, ep 4||MBC|
|2008||Crime Season 2||Dramax|
|2010||Drama Special - "An Awful Lot of Coincidences"||Number 1||KBS2|
|Drama Special - "Texas Hit"||Min-seok|
|2011||Drama Special Series - "Perfect Spy"||Lee Sang-joon|
|Drama Special - "Cupid Factory"||Yoo So-joon|
|Drama Special - "Identical Criminals"||Jeong Jong-doo|
|The Princess' Man||Gong Chil-goo|
|2012||Drama Special - "Swamp Ecology Report"|
|Wild Romance||Go Jae-hyo|
|My Husband Got a Family||Cheon Jae-yong|
|Jeon Woo-chi||Kang Rim|
|2013||The Queen of Office||Moo Jeong-han|
|2014||Steal Heart||Kim Chang-man||jTBC|
|2016||Legend of the Blue Sea||Jo Nam-doo||SBS|
|2017||The Last Blossom||In-cheol||tvN|
|2018||Drama Stage - Not Played||Jo Seong-wook|
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|2011||2011 KBS Drama Awards||Best Actor in a One-Act Drama/Special||Perfect Spy, Cupid Factory, Identical Criminals||Won|
|2012||5th Korea Drama Awards||Special Jury Prize||My Husband Got a Family||Won|
|Excellence Award, Actor||Won|
|2012 KBS Drama Awards||Best Couple Award with Jo Yoon-hee||Won|
|Best New Actor||Won|
|2013||2013 KBS Drama Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Queen of the Office||Nominated|
|49th Baeksang Arts Awards||Best New Actor (TV)||My Husband Got a Family||Won|
|Gwangju International Film Festival||New Star Award||N/A||Won|
|2016||2016 SBS Drama Awards||Excellence Award, Actor in a Fantasy Drama||The Legend of the Blue Sea||Nominated|
|2017||4th Wildflower Film Awards||Best Supporting Actor/Actress||Worst Woman||Nominated|
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