Lee Jang-woo

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Lee Jang-woo
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Lee Jang-woo in 2019.
Born (1986-06-01) June 1, 1986 (age 36)
Jeonju, North Jeolla, South Korea
Education Dongguk University – Theater and Film
Seokyeong University – Beauty Arts
Occupation(s)Actor, singer
Years active2003–present
AgentHunus Entertainment
Korean name
Revised Romanization I Jang-u
McCune–Reischauer Yi Chang'u

Lee Jang-woo (Korean : 이장우; born June 1, 1986) is a South Korean actor and singer. He is best known for his roles in the television series Glory Jane , I Do, I Do , My Only One and Homemade Love Story. [1] [2] Lee also became popular after being paired with Ham Eun-jung in the third season of fictional marriage reality show We Got Married .


In 2009 Lee, No Min-woo and Hyun Woo formed the K-pop project group 24/7, which has since disbanded after releasing the single 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week. Lee also appeared in a 2011 music video for his cousin, singer Hwanhee. [3]


Television series

2006 Hello Franceska
90 Days, Time to Love
2008Kokkiri (Elephant)
2009Tae-hee, Hye-kyo, Ji-hyunChoi Jang-woo
Three Brothers Baek Ma-tan
2010 Smile Again Kim Do-jin
2011 Drama Special "Human Casino"Lee Jae-sungone act-drama
Glory Jane Seo In-woo
2012 I Do, I Do Park Tae-kang
Here Comes Mr. Oh Oh Ja-ryong
2013 Pretty Man David Choi
2014 Rosy Lovers Park Cha-dol
2016Infinite Royal GraciousnessSong Jin
2018–2019 My Only One Wang Dae-ryook [4]
2019 Graceful Family Heo Yoon-do
2020–2021 Homemade Love Story Woo Jae-hee [5]
2023 The Heavenly Idol Shin Jo-woon / Lumena [6]


2010 Villain and Widow Constable Oh

Television show

2011 We Got Married Season 3 Pairedwith Ham Eun-jung
2012 Music Bank MC with Uee
2016 Law of the Jungle (TV series) Panama with Hwanhee
2021Bistro ShigorCooking department [7]
2022Untangodo Village HotelResponsible for cooking [8]
2021–present I Live Alone Cast MemberEpisodes 411–present [9]
2023Business Genius BaeksajangCast Memberwith Kwon Yu-ri, Baek Jong-won and John Park [10]

Music video

YearSong TitleArtist
2010"Because You Sting" JeA and G.O
"Udon" Kang Min-kyung and Son Dong-woon
2011"Love Pain" Hwanhee
"Bo Peep Bo Peep (Japanese Version)" T-ara
"The Way I Am" Zia


YearEnglish titleKorean titleRoleRef.
2007Hamlet햄릿Prince Hamlet
2020A Better Tomorrow영웅본색Jageol
2021–2022 Rebecca 레베카Maxim de Winter [11]
2022 Crash Landing on You 사랑의 불시착Ri Jeong-hyuk [12] [13]


Album informationTrack listing
24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week
Track listing
  1. 그녀석의 여자 ("That Guy's Girl")
  2. 그녀석의 여자 (Rock ver.)
  3. 그녀석의 여자 (Electronic ballad ver.)
The Words I Couldn't Bear to Say
Track listing
  1. 차마 하지 못한 말 ("The Words I Couldn't Bear to Say")
  2. 차마 하지 못한 말 (Inst.)
Saying I Love You
Track listing
  1. 사랑한단 말야 ("Saying I Love You")
  2. 사랑한단 말야 (Inst.)

Awards and nominations

YearAwardsCategoryNominated workResult
201111th MBC Entertainment Awards Best Male Newcomer in a Variety ShowNominated
25th KBS Drama Awards [14] Best New Actor Smile Again
Glory Jane
2012 31st MBC Drama Awards Best New Actor I Do, I Do
Here Comes Mr. Oh
7th Asia Model AwardsNew Star AwardWon
201321st Korean Culture and Entertainment AwardsExcellence Award, Actor in a Drama Here Comes Mr. Oh Won
2014 33rd MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Rosy Lovers Won
Best Couple (with Han Sun-hwa)Nominated
2018 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama [15] My Only One Won
Best Couple (with Uee)Won
20207th APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in Serial Drama Homemade Love Story Nominated
KBS Drama Awards [16] Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length DramaWon
Best Couple (with Jin Ki-joo and Jeong Bo-seok)Won
2022 22nd MBC Entertainment Awards [17] Popularity Award (Variety) I Live Alone Won
Best Couple Award (with Jun Hyun-moo and Park Na-rae)Won

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