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Examples of "lee_beom_soo"
The music video for "Arirang" featured Lee Beom-soo, Ock Joo-hyun, and Lee Sun-kyun. The storyline was set around the Korean War in the 1950s.
In 2006, Shu participated in Korean film "My Wife is a Gangster 3", acting opposite Lee Beom-soo. She also collaborated with famous Japanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro in "Confession of Pain".
Lee Beom-soo (Korean: 이범수, born January 3, 1970) is a South Korean actor. He is well known for his role in "Singles", "Giant", "On Air", "Surgeon Bong Dal-hee, "as well as in" History of a Salaryman."
The 31st Blue Dragon Film Awards ceremony was held on November 26, 2010, at the National Theater of Korea in Seoul. It was broadcast on KBS2 and was hosted by actors Lee Beom-soo and Kim Hye-soo.
Last () is a 2015 South Korean television series based on the webtoon of the same name by Kang Hyung-kyu. Starring Yoon Kye-sang and Lee Beom-soo, it aired on jTBC on Fridays and Saturdays at 20:40 from July 24 to September 12, 2015 for 16 episodes.
A South Korean adaptation, television series "Dr. Jin" aired on Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation from May 26 to August 12, 2012. It starred Song Seung-heon as Jin Hyuk, Park Min-young, Lee Beom-soo, Kim Jaejoong of JYJ and Lee So-yeon.
The 30th Blue Dragon Film Awards ceremony was held on December 2, 2009 at the KBS Hall in Yeouido, Seoul, South Korea. Hosted by actors Kim Hye-soo and Lee Beom-soo, it was presented by Sports Chosun and was broadcast on KBS starting at 8PM KST.
The 2010 SBS Drama Awards () is a ceremony honoring the best performances in television on the SBS network for the year 2010. It took place on December 31, 2010, at the SBS Open Hall in Deungchon-dong, Seoul, and was hosted by Lee Beom-soo, Park Jin-hee and Lee Soo-kyung.
Surgeon Bong Dal-hee () is a 2007 South Korean medical drama television series starring Lee Yo-won (in the title role), Lee Beom-soo, Kim Min-joon and Oh Yoon-ah. It aired on SBS from January 17 to March 15, 2007 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 18 episodes.
The 32nd Blue Dragon Film Awards ceremony took place on November 25, 2011, at the Kyung Hee University Peace Hall in Seoul. Presented by Sports Chosun, it was broadcast on SBS and was hosted by actors Lee Beom-soo and Kim Hye-soo.
Prime Minister and I () is a 2013 South Korean television drama starring Im Yoon-ah, Lee Beom-soo, Yoon Shi-yoon, Chae Jung-an and Ryu Jin. It aired on KBS2 from December 9, 2013 to February 4, 2014 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 22:00 for 17 episodes.
For his feature directorial debut, Kim wrote and directed "Oh! Brothers", a comedy about an amoral, debt-ridden private detective who upon his father's death learns he has a younger half-brother with progeria, played by Lee Jung-jae and Lee Beom-soo. "Oh! Brothers" was the sixth best-selling Korean film of 2003, with 3.2 million tickets sold.
Singles is a 2003 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Jang Jin-young, Uhm Jung-hwa, Lee Beom-soo, and Kim Joo-hyuk. It is based on the novel "Christmas at Twenty-nine" by Japanese writer Kamato Toshio. The film was one of the highest grossing Korean films of all time earning 2,203,164 admissions nationwide.
More Than Blue () is a 2009 South Korean film. The directorial debut of poet Won Tae-yeon, it stars Kwon Sang-woo, Lee Bo-young and Lee Beom-soo in the lead roles. The film's Korean title translates as "A Story Sadder Than Sadness".
In December 2013, Yoona starred alongside Lee Beom-soo in KBS2's romantic comedy drama "Prime Minister and I". Loosely based on the musical film "The Sound of Music", Yoona played Nam Da-jung, a young and stubborn reporter who falls in love with the prime minister. The drama received low ratings but Yoona's performance was praised. Lee Beom-soo said, "Acting has to go by logic, only when one understands can the audience understand too, Yoona is smart and did very well. I am anticipating her path down as an actress; at the same time, I want to give her applause". She won an Excellence Award at the 2013 KBS Drama Awards for the role.
After "Dae Jo Yeong", he and wife Jung Kyung-soon became writing partners again, and they would become best known for their collaborations with director Yoo In-shik—the hit dramas "Giant" and "History of a Salaryman". "Giant" (2010), starring Lee Beom-soo, Park Jin-hee, Joo Sang-wook, Hwang Jung-eum, Park Sang-min and Jeong Bo-seok, is a period drama about three siblings' quest for revenge during the economic boom of 1970-80s Korea, as their fates play out against a larger tide of power, money, politics, and the growth of a city. "History of a Salaryman" (2011-2012), starring Lee Beom-soo, Jung Ryeo-won, Jung Gyu-woon, Hong Soo-hyun, Lee Deok-hwa and Kim Seo-hyung, is a quirky comedy and murder mystery about an ordinary salaryman who finds himself involved with corporate spies and rival pharmaceutical companies, and also a parody of modern office politics using the historical events during China's Chu–Han Contention as satire.
Dr. Jin () is a 2012 South Korean historical television drama series, starring Song Seung-heon in the title role of Dr. Jin, a 21st-century neurosurgeon who travels back in time to the Joseon Dynasty. Also starring Park Min-young, Lee Beom-soo, Kim Jaejoong of JYJ and Lee So-yeon, it aired on MBC from May 26 to August 12, 2012 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:50 for 22 episodes.
Over My Dead Body (; lit. "Return of the Corpse") is a 2012 South Korean comic heist film, starring Lee Beom-soo, Ryoo Seung-bum and Kim Ok-bin. The plot centers on a biotech researcher, a woman whose father was murdered, and a man attempting to commit insurance fraud whose lives get tied up in the case of a stolen semiconductor chip and a missing corpse. Released on March 29, 2012, the film sold 985,178 tickets in total.
Iris Ⅱ: New Generation () is a 2013 South Korean espionage television series. Starring Jang Hyuk, Lee Da-hae, Lee Beom-soo, Oh Yeon-soo, Yoon Doo-joon, Im Soo-hyang, Lee Joon, and Kim Yeong-cheol, the sequel to 2009's "Iris" continues the story of National Security Service agents going up against the mysterious organization known as IRIS. It aired on KBS2 from February 13 to April 18, 2013, on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 22:00 for 20 episodes.
Lee Beom-soo got married for the first time in 2003 but divorced after four months. In 2010, he married Lee Yoon-jin, an English interpreter, who taught him English. Shortly after the May ceremony, they announced that they were expecting their first child. Their daughter, Lee So-eul (이소을), was born on March 1, 2011. On February 21, 2014 their son, Lee Da-eul (이다을) was born.