Lee Jung-gil

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Lee Jung-gil
Born (1944-10-01) October 1, 1944 (age 78)
Other namesLee Jung-kil
Lee Jeong-kil
EducationSeorabol Art College - Theater and Film
Occupation Actor
Years active1967–present
Korean name
Revised Romanization I Jeong-gil
McCune–Reischauer I Chŏng-kil

Lee Jung-gil (born October 1, 1944) is a South Korean actor. After making his acting debut in 1967 in the stage play Sakhalinsk's The Sky and the Earth, Lee has had a prolific career in Korean television and film. [1] [2] [3] [4]



Television series

  • Switch (SBS, 2018)
  • Memory (tvN, 2016)
  • My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol (MBC, 2015)
  • The Greatest Marriage (TV Chosun, 2014)
  • Cunning Single Lady (MBC, 2014)
  • My Love from the Star (SBS, 2013)
  • Melody of Love (KBS2, 2013)
  • Don't Look Back: The Legend of Orpheus (KBS2, 2013)
  • Iris II: New Generation (KBS2, 2013)
  • Cheer Up, Mr. Kim! (KBS1, 2012)
  • The Chaser (SBS, 2012) (cameo)
  • Angel's Choice (MBC, 2012)
  • How Long I've Kissed (jTBC, 2012)
  • Scent of a Woman (SBS, 2011)
  • Romance Town (KBS2, 2011)
  • Pit-a-pat, My Love (KBS2, 2011)
  • Athena: Goddess of War (SBS, 2010)
  • You Don't Know Women (SBS, 2010)
  • Dong Yi (MBC, 2010)
  • Don't Hesitate (SBS, 2009)
  • Iris (KBS2, 2009)
  • My Fair Lady (KBS2, 2009)
  • Partner (KBS2, 2009)
  • Boys Over Flowers (KBS2, 2009)
  • My Life's Golden Age (MBC, 2008)
  • My Sweet Seoul (SBS, 2008)
  • You Stole My Heart (KBS2, 2008)
  • Likeable or Not (KBS1, 2007)
  • Flowers for My Life (KBS2, 2007)
  • Moon Hee (MBC, 2007)
  • Behind the White Tower (MBC, 2007)
  • Yeon Gaesomun (SBS, 2006)
  • A Woman's Choice (KBS2, 2006)
  • Tree of Heaven (SBS, 2006)
  • Jikji (MBC, 2005)
  • Resurrection (KBS2, 2005)
  • The Secret Lovers (MBC, 2005)
  • Pharmacist Kim's Daughters (MBC, 2005)
  • 5th Republic (MBC, 2005)
  • Lovers in Prague (SBS, 2005)
  • 2004 Human Market (SBS, 2004)
  • April Kiss (KBS2, 2004)
  • Oh Feel Young (KBS2, 2004)
  • Land (SBS, 2004)
  • Desert Spring (MBC, 2003)
  • One Million Roses (KBS1, 2003)
  • Pearl Necklace (KBS2, 2003)
  • Escape From Unemployment (SBS, 2003)
  • Lovers (SBS, 2003)
  • Land of Wine (SBS, 2003)
  • Girl's High School Days (KBS2, 2002)
  • Rival (SBS, 2002)
  • Man of the Sun, Lee Je-ma (KBS2, 2002)
  • Who's My Love (KBS2, 2002)
  • Sidestreet People (KBS2, 2002)
  • Man of Autumn (MBC, 2001)
  • Purity (KBS2, 2001)
  • Four Sisters (MBC, 2001)
  • Beautiful Days (SBS, 2001)
  • Tender Hearts (KBS1, 2001)
  • The Full Sun (KBS2, 2000)
  • Juliet's Man (SBS, 2000)
  • RNA (KBS2, 2000)
  • Say It with Your Eyes (MBC, 2000)
  • Nice Man (SBS, 2000)
  • I'm Still Loving You (MBC, 1999)
  • Wave (SBS, 1999)
  • The King and the Queen (KBS1, 1998)
  • Song of the Wind (SBS, 1998)
  • Fascinate My Heart (SBS, 1998)
  • Spring After Winter (SBS, 1998)
  • The Era of the Three Kims (SBS, 1998)
  • Passionate Love (KBS2, 1997)
  • Happy Morning (KBS2, 1997)
  • The Reason I Live (MBC, 1997)
  • Landscaping with My Wife (KBS2, 1996)
  • Beginning of Happiness (SBS, 1996)
  • Wealthy Yu-chun (SBS, 1996)
  • Im Kkeok-jung (SBS, 1996)
  • Korea Gate (SBS, 1995)
  • Dazzling Dawn (KBS1, 1995)
  • Asphalt Man (SBS, 1995)
  • What Have You Done Yet (SBS, 1994)
  • 밥을 태우는 여자 (KBS2, 1994)
  • Scent of Love (SBS, 1994)
  • Goblin Is Coming (SBS, 1994)
  • 3rd Republic (MBC, 1993)
  • 당신 없는 행복이란 (MBC, 1993)
  • The Kingdom of Anger (MBC, 1992)
  • Three Families Under One Roof (MBC, 1992)
  • 행복어사전 (MBC, 1991)
  • Eyes of Dawn (MBC, 1991)
  • Betrayal of the Rose (MBC, 1990)
  • 2nd Republic (MBC, 1989)
  • Happy Woman (MBC, 1989)
  • For the Emperor (MBC, 1989)
  • Our Town (MBC, 1988)
  • The Last Icon (MBC, 1988)
  • Three Ladies (MBC, 1988)
  • Temptation (MBC, 1987)
  • 막차로 온 손님 (MBC, 1987)
  • Roll of Thunder (MBC, 1987)
  • Tomorrow and Tomorrow (MBC, 1987)
  • The Face of a City (MBC, 1987)
  • 500 Years of Joseon - The Hoechun Gate (MBC, 1986)
  • 500 Years of Joseon - The Wind Orchid (MBC, 1985)
  • You (MBC, 1984)
  • I Miss You (MBC, 1984)
  • Sunflower in Winter (MBC, 1983)
  • 500 Years of Joseon - The King of Chudong Palace (MBC, 1983)
  • Women's History - Hwang Jin-yi (MBC, 1983)
  • 나라야 (MBC, 1982)
  • Linger (MBC, 1982)
  • Nocturne (MBC, 1981)
  • Embrace (MBC, 1981)
  • Annyeong haseyo (Hello) (MBC, 1981)
  • Royal Emissary (MBC, 1981-1984)
  • 1st Republic (MBC, 1981)
  • 새아씨 (MBC, 1981)
  • Hongsa Lantern (MBC, 1980)
  • Endpoint (MBC, 1980)
  • Gan-yang-rok (MBC, 1980)
  • Baebijangjeon (MBC, 1980)
  • Spring Rain (MBC, 1979)
  • Who Are You (MBC, 1979)
  • Hope (KBS, 1979)
  • Mom and Dad, I Like You (MBC, 1979)
  • Blowing of the Wind (MBC, 1978)
  • Hot Hand (MBC, 1978)
  • Yeon-jae (MBC, 1978)
  • Trap of Youth (MBC, 1978)
  • 정부인 (MBC, 1978)
  • 사미인곡 (MBC, 1976)
  • 내일이면 (MBC, 1976)
  • 귀로 (MBC, 1975)
  • 제3교실 (MBC, 1975)
  • Narcissus (MBC, 1974)



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