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Actress Lee Mi Sook, who had a hot and steamy photo shoot with Big Bang’s Top in the past, is in lee mi sook legal trouble. Lee Mi Sook’s early termination of her contract with her previous management caused the courts to give their first ruling of her paying 100 million won (about $100,000 USD) in damages. However, her previous management is appealing for an objection for that ruling. Lee Mi Sook’s previous management, The Contents Entertainment, appealed to the Seoul Courthouse to increase the amount to 300 million won (about $300,000 USD) of damages to be paid.

They said, “Lee Mi Sook illegally terminated her contract and signed with HoyaSporTainment. We should receive 20% of the income that she received during the term that was still left on our previous contract.” They continued, “Before her divorce, Lee Mi Sook had inappropriate relations with a man, 17 years younger than her. If lee mi sook about this spread back then, she would have had to quit being lee mi sook actress. This man knew about this and used this information to blackmail and even threaten Lee Mi Sook.

We ended up settling this matter by giving him millions of won.” Beforehand, the Seoul Courthouse ruled that the reparation amount that needed to be paid by Lee Mi Sook would be 100 million won because 200 million won seemed a bit harsh. Lee Mi Sook’s contract with The Contents Entertainment was to last from January to December of 2009.

However, she broke the contract in January and signed with HoyaSporTainment. 李 美 淑 Revised Romanization I Mi-suk McCune–Reischauer Yi Misuk Lee Mi-sook (born April 2, 1960) is a South Korean actress. One of the best-known actresses of 1980s Korean cinema, Lee's most famous films from this era include Bae Chang-ho's Whale Hunting and The Winter That Year Was Warm, Lee Doo-yong's Mulberry and Eunuch, and Kwak Ji-kyoon's Wanderer lee mi sook Winter.

She retired from film after getting married in 1987, though she still appeared on television in dramas such as How's Your Husband? (1993). Then a decade later, Lee made her comeback with an award-winning leading role in E J-yong's feature debut An Affair (1998). She has since remained active in film and television, notably in the May–December romance Solitude (2002), the Dangerous Liaisons adaptation Untold Scandal (2003), the mockumentary Actresses (2009), and the family dramas Smile, Mom (2010) Contents • 1 Career • 2 Lawsuit • 3 Personal life • 4 Filmography • 5 Television series • 6 Variety show • 7 Book • 8 Awards • 9 References • 10 External links Career [ edit ] Lee Mi-sook debuted in film at the age of twenty in Thoughtless Momo in 1979.

By the mid-1980s she had become one of the best-known actresses of her era. Together with Lee Bo-hee and Won Mi-kyung, they dominated the screen and were referred to as the "Troika of the 1980s." Her most famous films from this era include Bae Chang-ho's Whale Hunting and The Winter That Year Was Warm, Lee Doo-yong's Mulberry and Eunuch, and Kwak Ji-kyoon's Wanderer in Winter.

Her early career lasted until the film Love Triangle in 1987, and then she retired from the cinema after getting married.

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{INSERTKEYS} [2] [3] Over ten years later, in 1998, Lee returned with a widely praised role in E J-yong's award-winning film An Affair, about a woman who falls in love with her sister's fiancé. Using this film as a springboard, she re-launched her career. [2] In 2000, Lee was cast in the high-profile project The Legend of Gingko, which was considered to be production company Kang Je-gyu Film's followup to the successful Shiri (even though Kang himself was not directing). However the film proved to be a critical and commercial disappointment.

Lee's next two films, Kiss Me Much and Oh! Lala Sisters, were also more or less ignored by audiences. In contrast, her appearances in TV dramas such as Solitude (2002) were more successful.

[2] However, 2003 was one of Lee's best years, [ citation needed] with her highly praised role in E J-yong's Untold Scandal, a retelling of the novel Dangerous Liaisons set in the Joseon Dynasty, and her role as a single mother in Lee Eon-hee's well-received melodrama ...ing.

[2] Lee next starred in Hellcats, a 2008 romantic comedy that traces the lives and loves of three characters at different stages of womanhood. {/INSERTKEYS}

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{INSERTKEYS} [4] [5] Then in 2009 Lee reunited with E J-yong in Actresses, a semi- improvisational mockumentary featuring six actresses each playing themselves. [6] [7] [8] [9] In 2011, Lee launched her own lingerie line Starit, which was sold on home shopping channels. [10] [11] This would've been virtually unheard of in previous years with the fashion industry's historically narrow focus on young women.

But since 2008 the sophisticated and stylish image of actresses such as Lee, Choi Myung-gil and Kim Hee-ae became aspirational for middle-aged women in Korea, and brands specifically targeting women in their 40s and 50s have increased. [12] Lee remains a favorite in editorial spreads in fashion magazines, notably a 2010 Elle Korea feature opposite pop star TOP. [13] Lee continued to act on television, giving a vulgar, selfish, but human spin to her role as the stepmother in Cinderella's Sister, a ratings hit in 2010.

[14] [15] 2012's Love Rain, a Yoon Seok-ho melodrama that jumps between the 1970s and the present, [16] inked overseas distribution deals, [17] but was unsuccessful domestically.

[18] After a judging stint on reality acting talent program Miracle Audition, Lee hosted the cable talk show Bad Scene, which featured celebrities who reveal bad or embarrassing scenes from their past.

[19] Lawsuit [ edit ] In 2012, Lee was embroiled in a controversy when she was sued by her former agency, The Contents Media, after she moved to a new agency, Hoya Spotainment. [20] The Seoul High Court ruled that Lee was guilty of breach of contract and ordered her to pay ₩120 million ( US$110,604) in damages.

However, The Contents Media filed an appeal, stating that the agency was owed at least double the amount. They alleged that Lee had been involved in a romantic relationship with a man 17 years her junior in 2006, whom they claimed to have paid off in millions of won to keep him from talking to the press and tarnishing Lee's image.

[21] [22] Lee counter-sued The Contents Media and the two reporters who broke the story for defamation. [23] Lee lost her appeal in February 2013, and the Seoul High Court ruled for her to pay the amount in the original ruling. [24] In August 2013, she signed with another agency, SidusHQ. [25] [26] Personal life [ edit ] In 2007, Lee and her husband Hong Sung-ho, a plastic surgeon, divorced after 20 years of marriage.

They have a son and a daughter. {/INSERTKEYS}

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{INSERTKEYS} [27] Filmography [ edit ] *Note; the whole list is referenced. [28] Year English title Korean title Romanization Role Director 2018 Ode to the Goose 군산: 거위를 노래하다 Gunsan: Geowileul Nolaehada Zhang Lü 2015 The Exclusive: Beat the Devil's Tattoo 특종: 량첸살인기 Teukjong: Ryangchensalingi News bureau head Baek Roh Deok 2013 Horny Family 배꼽 Bae Kkop Hye-kyung Park Bo-sang 2009 Actresses 여배우들 Yeobaeudeul Lee Mi-sook E J-yong 2008 Hellcats 뜨거운 것이 좋아 Ddeu-geo-woon Geot-e Jo-a Kim Young-mi Kwon Chil-in 2003 ...ing 아이앤지 Ai-en-ji Mi-sook Lee Eon-hee Untold Scandal 스캔들 - 조선남녀상열지사 Seukaendeul: Joseon-namnyeo-sangnyul-jisa Lady Cho E J-yong 2002 Oh!

LaLa Sisters 울랄라 씨스터즈 Ulralra Siseuteojeu Jo Eun-ja Park Jae-hyun 2001 Kiss Me Much 베사메무쵸 Besame Mucho Young-hee Jeon Yoon-soo 2000 The Legend of Gingko 단적비연수 Danjeokbiyeonsu Soo Park Jae-hyun 1998 An Affair 정사 정사 Jeongsa Seo-hyun E J-yong 1987 The Home of Two Women 두 여자의 집 Du yeoja-ui jib Yoo-kyung Kwak Ji-kyoon Affection 유정 Yujeong Kim Ki A Street Musician 거리의 악사 Geori-ui aksa Seo-ha Chung Ji-young 1986 Eunuch 내시 Naesi Ja-ok Lee Doo-yong Autumn After Love 가을을 남기고 간 사랑 Ga-eul-eul namgigo gan salang Jung Jin-woo Wanderer in Winter Gyeo-ul nageune Da-hye Kwak Ji-kyoon Mulberry 뽕 Bbong An-hyeop Lee Doo-yong 1985 Graduation Journey 졸업 여행 Jol-eob-yeohaeng Mi-seon Yoo Ji-hoeng When Tears Run Dry 그대 눈물이 마를 때 Geudae nunmul-i maleul ttae Choi Dong-joon City of Fast 바람난 도시 Balamnan dosi Kim Yang-duk 1984 The Winter That Year Was Warm 그 해 겨울은 따뜻했네 Geu hae gyeo-ul-eun ttatteushaessne Oh-mok / Soo-in Bae Chang-ho The Broken Night 밤이 무너질 때 Bam-i muneojil ttae Go Yeong-nam Whale Hunting 고래사냥 Goraesanyang Chun-ja Bae Chang-ho Women Wet Men Like Rain Yeojaneun bicheoreom namjareul jeoksinda Lee Hyeok-su Sleeping Out 외박 Woebak Go Yeong-nam 1983 Strange Relationship 이상한 관계 I-sanghan gwangye Lee Doo-yong X Ekseu Hah Myung-joong 1982 I Loved 내가 사랑했다 Naega salanghaessda Go Yeong-nam Wild Horse 야생마 Yasaengma Lucia Yoo Dong-hun 1981 Is There a Girl Like Her?

이런 여자 없나요 Ileon yeoja eobsna-yo Yun Su-jin Park Chul-soo With Passion and Heat 가슴깊게 화끈하게 Gaseumgipge hwakkeunhage Doh Do-hae Kim Su-hyeong An Embrace in the Dark Night 이 깊은 밤의 포옹 I gip-eun bam-ui po-ong Song Yeong-su 1980 Flame Bird 불새 Bulsae Eun-young Lee Gyeong-tae Thoughtless Momo (aka An Innocent College Student) 모모는 철부지 Momoneun cheolbuji Mal-ja Kim Eung-chun Television series [ edit ] Year English title Korean title Romanization Role Network 2018 Let Me Introduce Her [29] 그녀로 말할 것 같으면 Geunyeoro Malhal Geot Gateumyun Min Ja-young SBS Wok of Love [30] 기름진 멜로 Gireumjin Mello Jin Jung-hye, Kim Su-nyeo 2017 Money Flower 돈꽃 Donkkot Jung Mal-ran MBC Temperature of Love 사랑의 온도 Sarangui Ondo Yoo Yeong-mi SBS 2016 Don't Dare to Dream 질투의 화신 Jiltuui Hwasin Kye Sung-sook 2014 Rosy Lovers 장미빛 연인들 Jangmibit Yeonindeul Jung Shi-nae MBC Blade Man 아이언맨 Aieonmaen Madam Yoon KBS2 2013 Shining Romance 빛나는 로맨스 Bitnaneun Romanseu Jung Soon-ok MBC Miss Korea 미스코리아 Miseu Koria Ma Ae-ri You Are the Best!

최고다 이순신 Choegoda Yi Sun-sin Song Mi-ryung/Kim Kyung-sook KBS2 2012 Can We Get Married? 우리가 결혼할 수 있을까 Wooriga Kyeolhonhal Soo Isseulkka Deul-ja jTBC Love Rain 사랑비 Sarangbi Kim Yoon-hee (2012) KBS2 2011 A Thousand Days' Promise 천일의 약속 Cheonileui Yaksook Oh Hyun-ah SBS 2010 Smile, Mom 웃어요, 엄마 Useoyo, Eomma Jo Bok-hee Cinderella's Sister 신데렐라 언니 Sinderella Eonni Song Kang-sook KBS2 2009 Ja Myung Go 자명고 Jamyeonggo Wang Ja-shil SBS East of Eden 에덴의 동쪽 Edeonui Dongjjok Yang Choon-hee MBC 2006 Great Inheritance 위대한 유산 Widaehan Yusan Go Ah-ra KBS2 2005 Love and Sympathy 사랑공감 Sarang Gongkam Kang Hee-soo SBS 2002 Solitude 고독 Go Dok Jo Kyung-min KBS2 1999 You Don't Know My Mind 남의 속도 모르고 Namui Sokdo Moreugo Jeon Nam-ja MBC Queen 퀸 Kwin Hwang Choon-bok SBS Springtime 청춘 (青春) Chungchoon MBC 1998 Crush 짝사랑 Jak sarang Young-ja KBS2 1997 Snail 달팽이 Yoon-joo SBS 1995 Elegy 엘레지 Min Ji-sook 1994 도깨비가 간다 Min Kang-ji 1993 How's Your Husband?

댁의 남편은 어떠십니까? Daekui Nampyeoneun Eotteosipnikka Ahn Jung-sook 1992 Women's Room 여자의 방 Na Kyung-sun MBC 1991 Humble Men 고개숙인 남자 Baek Jung-ran 1990 에미 Ae-mi Mother 1989 상처 Ha-young 1988 은혜의 땅 Eun-hye KBS2 1987 Firebird 불새 Bulsae Hyun-joo MBC 1985 That's Right, You Bet 아무렴 그렇지, 그렇고 말고 Ok-som 1984 그리워 500 Years of Joseon - The Ume Tree in the Midst of the Snow 조선왕조 오백년 - 설중매 (雪中梅) Joseon Wangjo Ohbaek Nyeon - Seoljungmae Jang Nok-su 물보라 Jang-hee 1983 Sunflower in Winter 겨울 해바라기 저 별은 나의 별 1982 Annals of Renunciation - Yi Yong-ik 거부실록 - 이용익 미련 Mi-ryeon Kang Yeon-hee Women's History - Hwang Jin-yi 여인열전 - 황진이 Hwang Jini 1981 Women's History - Jang Hui-bin 여인열전 - 장희빈 Jang Hui-bin Embrace 포옹 Poyeong 안녕하세요 second daughter-in-law Eun-hee 1980 달동네 TBC 1979 고독한 관계 Mapo Harbor 마포나루 Mapo Naru Variety show [ edit ] Year English title Korean title Romanization Role Network 2013 Miracle Korea 미라클 코리아 Host jTBC 2011-2012 Lee Mi-sook's Bad Scene 이미숙의 배드신 Host Story On 2011 Miracle Audition 기적의 오디션 Judge SBS 2017 Guesthouse Daughters Permanent Cast (Mom) KBS Book [ edit ] Year English title Korean title Romanization Notes 2003 Lee Mi-sook's DIARY: Dreaming of Deviation 이미숙의 DIARY 일탈을 꿈꾸며 with CD Awards [ edit ] Year Award Category Nominated work 2017 MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Weekend Drama Money Flower 2014 MBC Drama Awards Golden Acting Award, Actress Miss Korea, Shining Romance, Rosy Lovers 2013 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama You're the Best, Lee Soon-shin 2011 SBS Drama Awards Special Award, Actress in a Special Planning Drama A Thousand Days' Promise 2008 MBC Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress East of Eden 2003 23rd Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best Actress Untold Scandal 2001 37th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress, Film category The Legend of Gingko 1999 7th Chunsa Film Art Awards Best Actress An Affair 19th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards 1998 34th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress, TV category Snail 1993 SBS Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) How's Your Husband?

1987 32nd Asia Pacific Film Festival Best Actress Love Triangle 26h Grand Bell Awards Special Jury Award 1986 31st Asia Pacific Film Festival Best Actress Mulberry 6th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards 1984 4th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards The Winter That Year Was Warm 23rd Grand Bell Awards 21st Baeksang Arts Awards 1982 MBC Drama Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Jang Hui-bin 1980 17th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress Flame Bird 1979 TBC Drama Awards Best Newcomer Mapo Harbor 1978 3rd Miss Lotte Pageant Popularity Award References [ edit ] • ^ "Lee Mi-Suk (이미숙)".

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Retrieved 2013-08-07. • ^ "Actress Lee Mi-sook Splits from Surgeon Husband". The Chosun Ilbo. 20 March 2007. Retrieved 2012-12-19. • ^ "Lee Mi-sook". Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2010-02-09. • ^ [공식]이미숙 '그녀로 말할 것 같으면' 확정…남상미 잡는 재벌가 시어머니.

Sports Chosun (in Korean). June 14, 2018. • ^ "이미숙, SBS '가름진 멜로' 출연 확정.장혁과 재회(공식)" (in Korean). March 26, 2018. External links [ edit ] • Lee Mi-sook at SidusHQ (in Korean) • Lee Mi-sook at the Korean Movie Database • Lee Mi-sook at IMDb • Lee Mi-sook at HanCinema • Spring Day • Hong Lee mi sook Express • Hello My Teacher • Dr.

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To young viewers, Lee Mi Sook is a not so familiar name, but she actually used to be one of the most outstanding actresses of the 80s. Together with Won Mi Kyung, Lee Bo Hee, they were called “ Korea’s beauty trio of the 80s“. Starting acting in 1980, Lee Mi Sook is loved for her mature, attractive aura and alluring body. In the early years of her career, she mainly took on leading roles and was the one who contributed majorly to the success of legendary films of the time such as Whale Hunting, The Winter That Year Was Warm,… Her name is also associated with the iconic drama East of Eden.

Besides her acting career, her marriage was also noticed by the public because only 7 years after entering the entertainment industry, she suddenly halted her activities to get married.

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Back then, many people thought that she would give up the lee mi sook because of marriage. However, she had an impressive comeback a few years later. She won many great awards with the film An Affair. With a happy marriage and admirable career, Lee Mi Sook‘s life seemed to be perfect, but in 2007, she and her husband, plastic surgeon Hong Sung Ho, suddenly announced their divorce after 20 years of living together.

The reason for the divorce was not disclosed until 2012. Specifically, in 2012, when she was in her 50s, Lee Mi Sook made headlines, but not for something positive. This was when she and her former management agency The Contents Entertainment were entering an intense dispute as the agency revealed that Lee Mi Sook was having an inappropriate relationship with a man 17 years younger than her.

This forbidden affair was the major cause for Lee Mi Sook’s divorce from her longtime husband despite the fact that they have two children together. The most shocking part is that she was even accused of having an evil scheme: for fear of having her adultery scandal exposed by the former agency, she secretly hired a man to kill her former manager.

Published handwritten letter: “Jang Jayeon incident”,“My death is the revenge” “I envy the suicided seniors” According to text messages sent in January 2009, Lee Mi Sook‘s son sent a message to Yoo Jang Ho (33 years old), late actress Jang Ja Yeon‘s lee mi sook manager, saying: “Be strong. My mother is sick, so she told Jo Yang Eun (the person who was hired) not to kill Kim (ex-manager).” Moreover, a phone call between Yoo Jang Ho and another artist also alluded to the murder plot: “Lee Mi Sook contacted all the reporters and others involved and claimed that she would cut off Kim’s toes and fingers”.

Dispatch revealed that Lee Mi Sook convinced Jang Ja Yeon to write a letter detailing how she was pushed into prostitution and raped. The wills were a method for Jang Ja Yeon to get out of her old company, but Lee Mi Sook only wants to use them to threaten the company.

After that, Jang Ja Yeon discovered that she was being used by Lee Mi Sook while also being threatened by the management company. It was for this reason that she chose to commit suicide to free herself.

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Of course, Mi Sook insisted that it was all “ doubt” and “ misunderstanding.” Lee Mi Sook went to the police to explain the issues related to Jang Ja Yeon’s death 10 years after being involved in a series lee mi sook scandals, Lee Mi Sook, although losing her position in the entertainment industry, still persisted in acting, and her career was almost unaffected.

From 2012 to the present, she has received 13 film projects, both movies, and TV series, in which she has played the lead character five times. She seemed to have just gradually withdrawn from the entertainment world due to her age, but the incident didn’t disturb her.

In the future, the audience may also see Mi Sook again as the main role in The Empire of Law. Profile • Name Lee Mi-Sook • Hangul: 이미숙 • Birthdate: April 2, 1960 • Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea • Education: Koryu University • Major: Journalism • Height: 162cm • Blood Type: Movies • Ode to the Goose - Gunsan: Geowireul Noraehada (2018) - dentist • The Exclusive: Beat The Devil’s Tattoo - Teukjong: Ryangchensalingi (2015) - News Department Director Baek • Horny Family - Bae KKop (2012) • Shining Diploma - Bitnineun Joleopjang (2010) • The Actresses - Yeobaewoodeul (2009) - Lee Mi-Sook • Hellcats - Ddeugeoun Geotsi Joa (2008) - Kim Young-Mi • .ing (2003) - Kim Mi-Sook • Untold Scandal - Scandal - Joseon namnyeo sangyeoljisa (2003) - Madam Jo • Oollala Sisters - Ulralra siseuteojeu (2002) • Kiss Me Much - Besame mucho (2001) - Young-hee • Gingko Bed 2 - Moyuru Tsuki: The Legend of Gingko - Danjeogbiyeonsu (2000) - Su • An Affair - Jung sa (1998) - So-Hyun • Love Triangle - Du yeojaui jib (1987) • Lee mi sook Street Musician - Geolieui agsa (1987) • Lee mi sook - Naeshi (1986) • The Autumn After Love - Gaeuleul namgigo gan salang (1986) • Winter Wanderer - Gyeoul nageune (1986) • Mulberry - Pong (1986) • The Year Winter Was Warm - Geu hae gyeouleun daddeuthaesnye (1984) - Su-ji • When Tears Run Dry - Geudae nunmuli mareul dae (1984) lee mi sook The Broken Night - Bami muneojil dae (1984) • Whale Hunter - Golae sanyang (1984) - Chun-ja • Sleeping Out - Wibag (1984) • X (1983) • I Loved - Naega salanghaetda (1982) • Ireon yeoja eobtnayo (1981) • Flame Bird - Bulsae (1980) • An Innocent College Student - Momoneun cheolbuji (1980) Drama Series • Let Me Introduce Her - Geunyeoro Malhal Geot Gateumyun (SBS / 2018) - Min Ja-Young • Wok of Love - Gireumjin Mello (SBS / 2018) - Jin Jung-Hye / mysterious woman • Money Flower - Donkkot (MBC / 2017-2018) - Jung Mal-Ran • Temperature of Love - Sarangui Ondo (SBS / 2017) - Yoo Young-Mi • Jealousy Incarnate - Jiltooui Hwashin (SBS / 2016) - Kye Sung-Sook • Rosy Lovers - Jangmibit Yeonindeul (MBC / 2014-2015) - Jung Shi-Nae • Blade Man - Aieonmaen (KBS2 / 2014) - Butler Yoon • Miss Korea - Miseukoria (MBC / 2013-2014) - Hair Designer Ma Ae-Ri • Shining Romance - Bitnaneun Romaenseu (MBC / 2013-2014) - Jung Soon-Ok • You Are The Best!

- Choegoda Lee Soon Shin (KBS2 / 2013) - Song Mi-Ryung • Can We Get Married? - Uriga Gyeolhonhal Soo Iteulkka (JTBC / 2012-2013) - Deul-Ja • Love Rain - Sarangbi (KBS2 / 2012) - Kim Yoon-Hee in 2012 • A Thousand Days' Promise - Chunilui Yaksok (SBS / 2011) - Oh Hyun-Ah • Smile Mom - Wooteoyo Eomma (SBS / 2010-2011) - Jo Bok-Hee • Cinderella's Stepsister - Sinderella Eonni (KBS2 / 2010) - Song Kang-Suk • Princess Ja-Myung - Jamyeonggo (SBS / 2009) - Wang Ja-Sil • East of Eden - Edenui Dongjjuk (MBC / 2008) -Yang Choon-Hee • Great Expectations - Widaehan Yusan (KBS2 / 2006) - Ko Ah-Ra • Love and Sympathy - Sarang Gongkam (SBS / 2005) - Kang Hee-Soo • Lee mi sook - Godok (KBS / 2002) • Queen (SBS / 1999) • Crush - Jjaksirang (KBS2 / 1998) • Snail - Dalpaengyi (SBS / 1997) • Tokkaebiga Ganda (SBS / 1994) • How Is Your Husband?

- Daekui Nampyeoneun Eoddeoshimnigga (SBS / 1993) Awards • Best Actress (weekend drama) (" Money Flower") - 2017 MBC Drama Awards - December 30, 2017 • Golden Actress (" Miss Korea"/" Shining Romance"/" Rosy Lovers") - 2014 MBC Drama Awards - December 30, 2014 • Excellent Actress (drama) (" You Are The Best!") - 2013 KBS Drama Awards - December 31, 2013 Comments Dawn Apr 25 2014 8:02 am OMO, you are a fantastic actress.

I agree@1tqz, that she is an outstanding actress and takes to any role she plays. I've recently been watching her in Shining Romance on MBC America and I loved, loved, loved her as Soon-Ok.

Unfortunately, I think MBC has cancelled the show, maybe for poor ratings (don't know, but it sucks) but I wished they would have finished airing the drama and not just cut those viewers who were faithful watchers of the program off.

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MBC that is really wrong, you don't take a person out to the deep end of the pool and then back away with no warning and leave the person there to tread water.sorry, lee mi sook, sorry.okay so where was I.yes, Ms. Lee Mi-Sook is a beautiful actress. I loved her in Love Rain, and in Miss Korea, and it's because of these dramas I want to see all of the other dramas she has been in.

I wish Ms. Lee Mi-Sook, continued success and many blessings in her acting career and in life. New American Fan!!! keto Jun 15 2011 3:38 pm Best Korean actress who dominated Korean Cinema in the 80s and 90s and got numerous awards for best actress.

Her performance in 'Mulberry' is such Masterpiece that no one can lee mi sook able to that epicness. And She is still Great in the modern days. Show the 36 previous comments. Latest News Latest Trailers * see list of winners & nominees at the " 2022 BaekSang Arts Awards" * Kwon Sang-Woo, Lim Se-Mi cast in Wavve drama " X in Crisis" * Lee Dong-Wook, Kim So-Yeon cast in tvN drama " Tale of the Nine Tailed 1938" * Kasumi Arimura & Tomoya Nakamura cast in TBS drama " Ishiko and Haneo" * Tsubasa Honda cast in TBS drama " Kimi no Hana ni Naru" * Park Ho-San, Ye Soo-Jung cast in MBC drama " Boar Hunting" * Jun Jong-Seo, Kim Ji-Hoon cast in movie " Ballerina" * Yuto Nakajima & Ai Yoshikawa cast in Fuji TV drama " Junai Dissonance" * Ha Ji-Won cast in KBS2 drama " Curtain Call" * Ryoma Takeuchi cast in TV Asahi drama " Roppongi Class" * Han Ji-Hyun, Bae In-Hyuk cast in SBS drama " Cheer Up" * Lee Joon-Ho & Lim Yoon-A cast in drama " King the Land" * Jung Il-Woo & Kwon Yuri cast in Sky TV drama " Good Job" * Yeo Jin-Goo & Cho Yi-Hyun cast in movie " Ditto" * Ryo Narita & Atsuko Maeda cast in movie " Convenience Story" * Shingo Katori & Yukino Kishii cast in movie " Inu mo Kuwane do Charlie wa Warau" *
Veteran actress Lee Mi Sook has released a statement following rumors saying she was involved in the controversy that led to actress Jang Ja Yeon's death.

Jang Ja Yeon took her own life in 2009 after preparing a document stating she was forced to participate in sexual relations with publisher officials, executives from corporations and other financial institutions, and media officials, and rumors stated Lee Mi Sook had a hand in what caused her to eventually commit suicide.

Lee Mi Sook stated: "I apologize for causing worry to so many people because of this unfortunate situation. I'd like to carefully deliver my statement on the situation involving late Jang Ja Yeon myself. I was careful because I worried about each and every word I said of the rookie actress, who had such a tragic death at an early age, would be misconstrued and edited into gossip rather than for clarifying the truth.

I also think the death of late actress Jang Ja Yeon is unfortunate. I'm willing to undergo additional questioning if needed to reveal the truth behind her death. However, I believe an investigation that my fellow citizens approve of and one that will restore the reputation of who passed should take place. I'll do my best so there will be no more misunderstandings or suspicions because of the death of the late Jang Ja Yeon.

Thank you." In related news, Jang Ja Yeon's former labelmate Yoon Ji Oh has been attempting to return spotlight on the re-opened case.

I think this women probably was a prostitute as well. Then she brought Jang Ja Yeon into it (as she was the new rookie actress). Jang Ja Yeon trusted Lee Mi Sook and told her about trying to seek the truth. Lee Mi Sook was desperat about not getting her reputation ruined so she went so far that she told the perpetrator about lee mi sook, and told him to do anything to prevent it from leaking (even using physical violence to threaten them).

"In more document with more than 50+ pages, Jang Ja Yeon exposed 30 men that she was forced to have sex with. Actress Lee Mi Sook was also accused of being the person who forced Jang Ja Yeon to sign an agreement providing sexual services." "Lee Mi Sook were also identified as victims in her documents." "The Contents Entertainment filed an appeal against Lee Mi Sook .

They claimed to have paid him millions to keep him from going to the media and ruining her reputation." "Lee Mi Sook: The contents are shocking. The only person Kim Jong Seung is afraid of is you. Please scold him. Whether you have to break a hand or a foot, this cannot lee mi sook the floor. Yoo Jang Ho has lee mi sook documents, meet him and listen to what he says." https://www.koreaboo.com/news/.
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In this article, we will discover how old is Lee Mi-sook? Who is Lee Mi-sook dating now & how much money does Lee Mi-sook have? SHORT PROFILE Father Not Available Mother Not Available Lee mi sook Lee Mi-sun Spouse Hong Sung-ho Children(s) Kwon Kyung-won, Hong Pil-won, Hong Yu-jin Lee Mi-sook Biography Lee Mi-sook is a famous Actor, who was born on April 2, 1960 in South Korea.

Lee Mi-sook (born April 2, 1960) is a South Korean actress. One of the best-known actresses of 1980s Korean cinema, Lee’s most famous films from this era include Bae Chang-ho’s Whale Hunting and The Winter That Year Was Warm, Lee Doo-yong’s Mulberry and Eunuch, and Kwak Ji-kyoon’s Wanderer in Winter.

Lee mi sook retired from film after getting married in 1987, though she still appeared on television in dramas such as How’s Your Husband? (1993). Then a decade later, Lee made her comeback with an award-winning leading role in E J-yong’s feature debut An Affair (1998).

She has since remained active in film and television, notably in the May–December romance Solitude (2002), the Dangerous Liaisons adaptation Untold Scandal (2003), the mockumentary Actresses (2009), and the family dramas Smile, Mom (2010) According to Astrologers, Lee Mi-sook's zodiac sign is Capricorn.

In 2007, Lee and her husband Hong Sung-ho, a plastic surgeon, divorced after lee mi sook years of marriage. They have a son and a daughter. In 2000, Lee was cast in the high-profile project The Legend of Gingko, which was considered to be production company Kang Je-gyu Film’s followup to the successful Shiri (even though Kang himself was not directing).

However the film proved to be a critical and commercial disappointment. Lee’s next two films, Kiss Me Much and Oh! Lala Sisters, were also more or less ignored by audiences. In contrast, her appearances in TV dramas such as Solitude (2002) were more successful. Lee next starred in Hellcats, a 2008 romantic comedy that traces the lives and loves of three characters at different stages of womanhood. Then in 2009 Lee reunited with E J-yong in Actresses, a semi-improvisational mockumentary featuring six actresses each playing themselves.

Ethnicity, religion & political views Many peoples want to know what is Lee Mi-sook ethnicity, nationality, Ancestry & Race? Let's check it out! As per public resource, IMDb & Wikipedia, Lee Mi-sook's ethnicity is Not Known. We will update Lee Mi-sook's religion & political views in this article. Please check the article again after few days. Lee continued to act on television, giving a vulgar, selfish, but human spin to her role as the stepmother in Cinderella’s Sister, a ratings hit in 2010.

2012’s Love Rain, a Yoon Seok-ho melodrama that jumps between the 1970s and the present, inked overseas distribution deals, but was unsuccessful domestically.

Lee Mi-sook Net Worth Lee is one of the richest Actor lee mi sook listed on most popular Actor. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Lee Mi-sook net lee mi sook is approximately $1.5 Million. Lee Mi-sook Net Worth & Salary Net Worth $1.5 Million Salary Under Review Source of Income Actor Cars Not Available House Living in own house. Lee Mi-sook debuted in film at the age of twenty in Thoughtless Momo in 1979. By the mid-1980s she had become one of the best-known actresses of her era.

Together with Lee Bo-hee and Won Mi-kyung, they dominated the screen and were referred to as the “Troika of the 1980s.” Her most famous films from this era include Bae Chang-ho’s Whale Hunting and The Winter That Year Was Warm, Lee Doo-yong’s Mulberry and Eunuch, and Kwak Ji-kyoon’s Wanderer in Winter. Her early career lasted until the film Love Triangle in 1987, and then she retired from the cinema after getting married. Lee continued to act on television, giving a vulgar, selfish, but human spin to her role as the stepmother in Cinderella’s Sister, a ratings hit in 2010.

2012’s Love Rain, a Yoon Seok-ho melodrama that jumps between the 1970s and the present, inked overseas distribution deals, but was unsuccessful domestically. In 2011, Lee launched her own lingerie line Starit, which was sold on home shopping channels. This would’ve been virtually unheard of in previous years with the fashion industry’s historically narrow focus on young women. But since 2008 the sophisticated and stylish image of actresses such as Lee, Choi Myung-gil and Kim Hee-ae became aspirational for middle-aged women in Korea, and brands specifically targeting women in their 40s and 50s have increased.

Lee remains a favorite in editorial spreads in fashion magazines, notably a 2010 Elle Korea feature opposite pop star TOP. Lee Mi-sook Height Lee Mi-sook's height Not available right now. Lee weight Not Known & body measurements will update soon.

Lee Mi-sook Height & Body Stats Height Unknown Weight Not Known Body Measurements Under Review Eye Color Not Available Hair Color Not Available Feet/Shoe Size Not Available Over ten years later, in 1998, Lee returned with a widely praised role in E J-yong’s award-winning film An Affair, about a woman who falls in love with her sister’s fiancé.

Using this film as a springboard, she re-launched her career. In 2012, Lee was embroiled in a controversy when she was sued by her former agency, The Contents Media, after she moved to a new agency, Hoya Spotainment. The Seoul High Court ruled that Lee was guilty of breach of contract and ordered her to pay ₩120 million (US$110,604 ) in damages. However, The Contents Media filed an appeal, stating that the agency was owed at least double the amount. They alleged that Lee had been involved in a romantic relationship with a man 17 years her junior in 2006, whom they claimed to have paid off in millions of won to keep him lee mi sook talking to the press and tarnishing Lee’s image.

Lee counter-sued The Contents Media and the two reporters who broke the story for defamation. Lee lost her appeal in February 2013, and the Seoul High Court ruled for her to pay the amount in the original ruling.
Age, Wiki Biography and Wiki Lee Mi-sook was born on 2 April, lee mi sook in Danyang-gun, South Korea, is an Actress.

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Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 60 years old? Popular As N/A Occupation Actress Age 61 years old Zodiac Sign Aries Born 2 April 1960 Birthday 2 April Birthplace Danyang-gun, South Korea Nationality South Korea We recommend you to check the complete list of Famous People born on 2 April. She is a member of famous Actress with the lee mi sook 61 years old group. Lee Mi-sook Height, Weight & Measurements At 61 years old, Lee Mi-sook height is 1.6 m.

Physical Status Height 1.6 m Weight Not Available Body Measurements Not Available Eye Color Not Available Hair Color Not Available Who Is Lee Mi-sook’s Husband? Her husband is Hong Sung-ho (m.

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1987–2007) Family Parents Not Available Husband Hong Sung-ho (m. 1987–2007) Sibling Not Available Children Hong Pil-won, Kwon Kyung-won, Hong Yu-jin Lee Mi-sook Net Worth Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021.

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So, how much is Lee Mi-sook worth at the age of 61 years old? Lee Mi-sook’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from South Korea. We have estimated Lee Mi-sook’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets. See also Christine van Stralen Wiki Biography, Age, Height, Husband, Net Worth, Family Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million – $5 Million Salary in 2020 Under Review Net Worth in 2019 Pending Salary in 2019 Under Review House Not Available Cars Not Available Source of Income Actress Lee Mi-sook Social Network Timeline In 2012, Lee was embroiled in a controversy when she was sued by her former agency, The Contents Media, after she moved to a new agency, Hoya Spotainment.

The Seoul High Court ruled that Lee was guilty of breach of contract and ordered her to pay ₩120 million (US$110,604 ) in damages. However, The Contents Media filed an appeal, lee mi sook that the agency was owed at least double the amount. They alleged that Lee had been involved in a romantic relationship with a man 17 years her junior in 2006, whom they claimed to have paid off in millions of won to keep him from talking to the press and tarnishing Lee’s image.

Lee counter-sued The Contents Media and the two reporters who broke the story for defamation. Lee lost her appeal in February 2013, and the Seoul High Court ruled for her to pay the amount in the original ruling. In 2011, Lee launched lee mi sook own lingerie line Starit, which was sold on home shopping channels. This would’ve been virtually unheard of in previous years with the fashion industry’s historically narrow focus on young women.

But since 2008 the sophisticated and stylish image of actresses such as Lee, Choi Myung-gil and Kim Hee-ae became aspirational for middle-aged women in Korea, and brands specifically targeting women in their 40s and 50s have increased.

Lee remains a favorite in editorial spreads in fashion magazines, notably a 2010 Elle Korea feature opposite pop star TOP. See also Enya Elstner Wiki Biography, Age, Height, Husband, Net Worth, Family Lee continued to act on television, giving a vulgar, selfish, but human spin to her role as the stepmother in Cinderella’s Sister, a ratings hit in 2010.

2012’s Love Rain, a Yoon Seok-ho melodrama that jumps between the 1970s and the present, inked overseas distribution deals, but was unsuccessful domestically. In 2000, Lee mi sook was cast in the high-profile project The Legend of Gingko, which was considered to be production company Kang Je-gyu Film’s followup to the successful Shiri (even though Kang himself was not directing).

However the film proved to be a critical and commercial disappointment. Lee’s next two films, Kiss Me Much and Oh! Lala Sisters, were lee mi sook more or less ignored by audiences. In contrast, her appearances in TV dramas such as Solitude (2002) were more successful. Lee Mi-sook debuted in film at the age of twenty in Thoughtless Momo in 1979. By the mid-1980s she had become one of the best-known actresses of her era. Together with Lee Bo-hee and Won Mi-kyung, they dominated the screen and were referred to as the “Troika of the 1980s.” Her most famous films from this era include Bae Chang-ho’s Lee mi sook Hunting and The Winter That Year Was Warm, Lee Doo-yong’s Mulberry and Eunuch, and Kwak Ji-kyoon’s Wanderer in Winter.

Her early career lasted until the film Love Triangle in 1987, and then she retired from the cinema after getting married. Lee Mi-sook (born April 2, 1960) is a South Korean actress. One of the best-known actresses of 1980s Korean cinema, Lee’s most famous films from this era include Bae Chang-ho’s Whale Hunting and The Winter That Year Was Warm, Lee Doo-yong’s Mulberry and Eunuch, and Kwak Ji-kyoon’s Wanderer in Winter. She retired from film after getting married in 1987, though she still appeared on television in dramas such as How’s Your Husband?

(1993). Then a decade later, Lee made her comeback with an award-winning leading role in E J-yong’s feature debut An Affair (1998). She has since remained active in film and television, notably in the May–December romance Solitude (2002), the Dangerous Liaisons adaptation Untold Scandal (2003), the mockumentary Actresses (2009), and the family dramas Smile, Mom (2010) #Lee #Misook #Wiki Biography #Age #Height #Husband #Net #Worth #Family
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One of the best-known actresses of 1980s Korean cinema, Lee's most famous films from this era include "Whale Hunting" and "The Winter That Year Was Warm". She retired from film after getting married in 1987, though she still appeared on television in dramas such as "How's Your Husband?"(1993).

Then a decade later, Lee made her comeback with an award-winning leading role in "An Affair". She has since remained active in film and television, notably in "Solitude", "Untold Scandal", and the family dramas "Smile, Mom" and "Can We Get Married?". In 2007, Lee and her husband Hong Sung Ho, a plastic surgeon, divorced after 20 years of marriage. They have a son and a daughter. (Source: ViewAsian)

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