Promotional poster Genre Based on by Written by Kim Tae-hee Directed by Hwang In-hyuk Starring Theme music composer Eom Gi-yeob Country of origin Original language s No. A press release from Eden 9 on December 19, 2015 announced that Lee had given birth to the couple's first child, a son. There, she must bear with the endless mischief of upperclassman Gu Yong-ha , put up with the constant mood swings of roommate Moon Jae-shin , avoid getting in trouble with the strict student body president Ha In-soo , keep her secret from being discovered, all the while trying to hold her growing feelings for Lee Sun-joon at bay. She is considered to have one of the most beautiful and idealized faces in Korea. The drama was about the broken relationship between Seo-young and her father, who later reunited with the help of her twin brother. The couple belong to the same talent agency Eden 9, and reportedly began dating in August 2012 though Eden 9 only confirmed the relationship in July 2013. She then played an actress having a secret romance with a in Sad Scene; it was among the three in the Woman, Man commissioned by W Korea for its 10th anniversary in 2015.
She next played an emotionally tormented in 's 2008 , and nearly died while filming a scene where her character. Her first debut in her acting career was in the drama Twenty Years Old in 2003. The drama set in the Goryeo dynasty. Her co-stars were Im Si-wan, Im Yoon-ah and Hong Jong-hyun. In 2009, she was cast in Boys over Flowers along with Go Hye-sun and Lee Min-ho. In 2009, she was in the drama Brilliant Legacy, co-starred with Han Hyo-joo, Lee Seung-gi and Bae Soo-bin.
Lee then returned to television with the big-budget action-mystery series , in which she performed her own action scenes without a. She later reunited with Ruler of Your Own World screenwriter In Jung-ok for , a 2004 drama about a who journeys to her homeland, but its reception was less positive. During this time, Lee had become one of the top-ranked and highest-paid commercial models, endorsing diverse products such as cosmetics notably and , electronics, clothing lines, beverages, food, telecommunications, and construction companies. Min Young-won also acted in drama Prosecutor Princess 2010 , A Good Day for the Wind to Blow 2010 , City Hunter 2011 , I need a Fairy 2012 , Suspicious Family 2012 and Seo-young, My Daughter 2012. In 2002, she starred in the cyber romance Who R. She gets caught by the upright Lee Sun-joon , who later acknowledges Yoon-hee's talents, and even encourages her to enroll in the university. In 2012, she starred in 's suspense thriller , about a veteran detective played by who teams up with a female rookie Lee to solve a series of murders involving a mysterious wolfdog.
. The drama earned high viewership ratings in South Korea and gained popularity throughout Asia. In 2018, Lee returned to the silver screen with the North Korean refugee drama , which premiered at the 23rd. Min Young-won acted as Lee Mi-sook aka Miranda, one of students at Shinhwa High School. In 2019, Lee is set to return to the small screen in the romance comedy drama alongside. The original soundtrack, which featured 's band , sold 110,000 copies in a couple of weeks. Lee again drew praise in 2006, this time for her dramatic chops in , 's of 's novel Our Happy Time about a suicidal rape victim who develops a close bond with a death row inmate.
The drama was based on Japanese shoujo manga series Hana Yori Dango and was the fifth television adaptation. To promote the film, she made a in the. Throughout her acting career, Min Young-won mostly played supporting roles in drama. The viewership rating reached 47. When Lee's contract with talent agency expired in 2011 she had signed with KeyEast in 2006, and with the in 2009 , she joined Eden 9 Entertainment. She also appeared in the 2001 for Catherine's Wheel by band. In the latter drama, she acted as Lee Yeon-hee.
She won several Best Actress prizes for Someone Special, notably from the prestigious. In 2010, Lee headlined , playing a photographer whose life is disrupted with the sudden arrival of a young boy who claims that she's his biological father. She goes through a series of odd jobs, mainly at a local bookstore, before she gets offered a chance to increase her earnings by becoming a substitute test-taker an illegal act for the upcoming entrance examination in the prestigious , the 's highest educational institute. She played an musician who unexpectedly falls for a terminally ill grifter, and Lee and her fellow cast members were praised for their realistic, nuanced acting. In 2013, Lee appeared in a minor role in the two-part Japanese film. Together, Kim, Lee, Gu, and Moon form the Jalgeum Quartet. The viewership rating was in the first rank for 20 consecutive weeks and reached 47.
This drama was also among the top rated Korean dramas. Seoul International Drama Awards - Archive. But Lee rose to fame in 2002 with the critically acclaimed series. She made her debut in big screen movie Foolish Game in the following year. Lee then played a quirky, -challenged civil servant in 's 2003 and the harmless stalker of a struggling baseball player in 's 2004. But unlike her graceful and glamorous public persona in advertisements, her image in film has been the opposite, with Lee choosing to portray women who are awkward and eccentric. Lee later became the first Korean to appear on the cover of fashion magazine , for its November 2009 issue.
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