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cto WEBSITE II TWITTER II FACEBOOK II WEIBO II INSTAGRAM Flower boy, talented, handsome, swoon-worthy, adorable, cute, dorky are some descriptions fans used to describe this South Korean actor. Lee Min-ho was born on June 22nd, 1987 in Seoul, South Korea. As a child, Min-ho dreamt of becoming a professional soccer player, playing in an arena full of cheering supporters. Like many childhood dreams, however, his was left not entirely fulfilled due to an injury sustained as a child. As he progressed through high school, Min-ho started to consider acting as his true calling. By his final year of high school, he was signed by Starhaus Entertainment. Like many aspiring artists, the starting point to stardom was filled with rocky steps for Lee Min-ho. One major setback occurred in 2006 when he and best friend, Jung Il-woo whom he befriended in high school, were severely injured in a car accident. After almost a year of rehabilitation, Min-ho returned to acting through a school-centric drama, Mackerel Run. This series was his first leading role, and he had high hopes of it becoming successful. Unfortunately, Mackerel Run’s sixteen episodes run was shortened to eight. And the disappointment continued. Between 2007 and 2008, Min-ho continued to act in smaller roles in drama series, I Am Sam and Get Up, and films Public Enemy Returns and Our School E.T. His major breakthrough came at the start of 2009 when he was chosen to play the lead Gu Jun Pyo in Boys before Flowers, a Korean adaptation of the famed manga Hana Yori Dango. This role catapulted Min-ho into an overnight star. It’s safe to assume that Lee has made Gu Jun-pyo an iconic character in the fable of Korean dramas. And it is with this role that the name “flower boy” becomes a part of Min-ho’s public lexicon. Aware that Boys before Flowers was a perfect storm of success, Min-ho wanted to build upon his acting craft by portraying different characters. In the Spring of 2010, he took the challenge of playing a perfectionist architect, Jeon Jin-ho, in the romantic comedy, Personal Taste, starring opposite Son Ye-jin. After gaining further acting growth in this romantic comedy, Min-ho followed a different character path by choosing to act as a playboy turned heroic vigilante, Lee Yoon-sung, in a Korean City Hunter manga adaptation. After the success of City Hunter, Min-ho’s next acting endeavor was in the time-travel fusion sageuk, Faith, as General Choi Young. In the Fall of 2013, Min-ho returned to the small screen in He Who Wears the Crown, Bears its Weight -- The Heirs. In this series, he portrayed the lead Kim Tan, an emotionally wounded upper class teenage heir yearning for reasons to heal and live through love and friendship formed within the circle of high society. Min-ho's next role was the film, 강남 1970 (Gangnam Blues), written and directed by Yoo-ha. This movie opened on January 21st, 2015 domestically, followed by pan-Asia releases shortly after and won him the Most Popular Actor at the 2015 Baeksang together with Most Popular Hallyu Star/IQiyi Star Award. August 2015 Min-ho started filming for the movie 바운티 헌터스 (Bounty Hunters) to be directed by Shin Tae-Ra, reportedly it will be shot in Korea, China, Hong Kong and Thailand. Nov 16, 2016 Min-ho's drama 푸른 바다의 전설 (Legend of the Blue Sea) started airing a story inspired by a classic Joseon legend from Korea’s first collection of unofficial historical tales, about a fisherman who captures and releases a mermaid, this drama tells the love story between the son of a noble family in Joseon era and a mermaid. How can a mermaid from the Joseon era survive in modern-day Seoul? Shim Chung (Jun Ji Hyun) is a mermaid who finds herself transplanted to modern times. She is caught by Heo Joon Jae (Lee Min Ho), a charming but cold con artist who is the doppelgänger for Kim Moon, the son of a nobleman from the Joseon Dynasty. But in the present time, Joon Jae works with Jo Nam Doo (Lee Hee Joon), a skilled conman who guides Joon Jae to become a genius scammer. But Joon Jae’s friend, Cha Shi Ah (Shin Hye Sun), who works as a researcher at KAIST, may be Chung’s only hope for surviving in her strange new world. On May 5, 2019, Lee Min Ho confirmed for his first drama after military service. He reunites with writer Kim eun-sook for the drama, the King, The Eternal Monarch. Lee Min Ho will portray the King, Lee Gon. Lee Min-ho’s major career breakthrough in 2009 has also attracted a legion of fans, affectionately called Minoz. Since then, he has held numerous fan-meetings and endorsed many products throughout East Asia, in part as a vehicle to maintain and deepen his relationship with the fans. His most recent interaction with Minoz was through the release of his very first album, My Everything, and a recently completed tour in eight metropolitan cities around East Asia. From a struggling actor to an overnight star, Lee Min-ho has since been solidifying himself as a leading man and serenading fans all over Asia and the world. He has come along way from that young boy who had a dream of becoming a professional footballer, displaying his skill and talent in a field of adoring home fans and fearful away supporters. But one remnant of that childhood dream is fulfilled -- he has created many spectacles in front of entertaining audiences. Just in a different field -- a stage with lights and cameras. Last April 24, 2019 Lee Min Ho came back to us from his Military Service. What will he do next? Stay tuned! Brief Profile: Notable Filmography: Secret Campus (EBS, 2006), I Am Sam (KBS2, 2007), Get Up (MBC, 2008), Public Enemy Returns (Film, 2008), Our School E.T. (Film, 2008)Leading Role: Mackerel Run (SBS, 2007), Boys Before Flowers (KBS2, 2009), Personal Taste (MBC, 2010), City Hunter (SBS, 2011), Faith (SBS, 2012), The Heirs (SBS, 2013). Gangnam 1970 (Gangnam Blues) (Film, January 2015) (cr. http://allmyliesarewishes.tumblr.com) Don't forget to read Soompi's Rules 1. All general forum rules apply. Please read the rules carefully. You will be warned if you are found in violation of any of these rules. 2. Do not bypass the swear filter. Using *, ! or other symbols in place of a letter is unacceptable. 3. Do not bash drama and movie characters, actors, actresses, or other members, or post untrue information. Bashing will not be tolerated by any means and will result in a warning. This includes but is not limited to the usage of derogatory remarks, spreading rumors, swearing, etc. Please respect each others' difference of opinions. 4. Do not quote pictures or long posts. Instead, remove images in your quotes. 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