Lee Min-ho is a renowned South Korean actor and singer, born on June 22, 1987. He gained widespread recognition for his roles in hit TV series like Boys Before Flowers and Heirs.
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Birthdate: June 22, 1987
Country: South Korea
Lee Min-ho began his acting journey with the 2003 EBS series Secret Campus. His breakthrough came in 2009 when he portrayed the memorable role of F4 leader, Gu Jun-pyo, in Boys Before Flowers on KBS2. This role won him the Best New Actor award at the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards. Subsequent notable works include MBC’s Personal Taste (2010), and SBS’s City Hunter and Faith (2011-2012). His performance with Park Shin-hye in the 2013 SBS drama Heirs earned him a Top Excellence Award at the SBS Drama Awards. In 2015, for his role in Gangnam Blues, he clinched the Best New Actor title at the 52nd Grand Bell Awards. He paired up with Jeon Ji-hyun for the 2016 SBS drama Legend of the Blue Sea, winning another Top Excellence Award. His 2020 series, The King: Eternal Monarch, co-starring Kim Go-eun, added another Top Excellence Award to his collection.
In addition to his successful acting career, Lee Min-ho has showcased his vocal talents by releasing albums and tracks, including the 2013 and 2014 extended plays, My Everything and Song for You.
A significant event in his life was a severe car accident in 2006, involving his co-actor Jung Il-woo and two other friends. He completed his mandatory military service from May 2017 to April 2019. His elder sister, Lee Yoon-jung, is a co-owner of MYM Entertainment, the agency that oversees his professional pursuits. In his personal life, he dated his City Hunter co-star Park Min-young and singer-actress Suzy.