Lee Joon-ik is a South Korean film director producer. He was born on September 21, 1959 (62 years old) . His nickname is Lee Jun-ik.
Lee Joon-ik is a South Korean film director producer specialising in commercial historic movies and responsible for The King and the Clown; the highest grossing Korean film of 2005. and Wish is based of Nayoung case won Best Pictuce in Blue Dragon Awards It won Best Film at the Blue Dragon Film Awards
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Is Lee Joon-ik still alive?
Yes, Lee Joon-ik is still alive Last check: 1 year ago
What is Lee's zodiac sign?
Lee Joon-ik zodiac sign is virgo.
When is Joon-ik's next birthday?
Lee Joon-ik was born on the , which was a Monday. He will be turning 63 in only 359 days from today (27 September, 2021).
His first feature film was Hope (2013). He was 54 when he starred in this movie. Since 2013, he has appeared in 22 feature films. The last one is 농반진반 (2010). In this movie, we watched him as himself .
Lee Joon-ik movie characters
The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:
|Producer||King and the Clown (2005)||46|
|Director||King and the Clown (2005)||46|
|Director||The Throne (2015)||55|
|Producer||Mood of the Day (2016)||56|
|Director||Sunset in My Hometown (2018)||58|
|Director||Battlefield Heroes (2011)||51|
|Director||Blades of Blood (2010)||51|
|Director||Anarchist from Colony (2017)||57|
|Producer||The Anarchists (2000)||40|
|Director||Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet (2016)||56|
|Producer||Shadows in the Palace (2007)||48|
|Director||Radio Star (2006)||47|
|Producer||Kid Cop (1993)||33|
|Director||Kid Cop (1993)||33|
|Director||Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield (2003)||50|
|Producer||Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield (2003)||50|
|Director||Happy Life (2007)||47|
|Director||The Book of Fish||61|
|Producer||Terror Taxi (2000)||41|
He graduated from Sejong University
Other facts about Lee Joon-ik
|Related category||Category:Films Directed By Lee Joon-ik , of: film, directed by this person|
|Family name||Lee. Show people with the surname Lee|
|Country of citizenship||South Korea|
|Revised Romanization||I Jun-ik|
|McCune-Reischauer romanization||I Chun-ig|
|Sex or gender||Male|
|National Library of Korea Identifier||KAC201108898|