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[CELEB] After plenty of success, Lee Byung-hun is getting picky – The Korea JoongAng Daily

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January 20, 2020

Gangnam-gu, South Korea
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Lee Byung-hun as a former pilot and the father to a young daughter who boards a plane to Hawaii but instead faces unanticipated terror caused by a mysterious passenger, portrayed by Yim Si-wan in "Emergency Declaration" (2022). [SHOWBOX]
Lee, on the left, as an American Marine Corps officer sent to Joseon for a mission who falls in love with noble women Go Ae-shin, portrayed by Kim Tae-ri, in tvN series “Mr. Sunshine" (2018). The series is set in the late 1800s and early 1900s before Japan occupied Korea between 1910-45. [TVN]
Lee, front, as one of the 14 protagonists in tvN series “Our Blues" (2022) which revolves around the stories of 14 residents of Jeju Island. Lee portrays a truck merchant named Dong-seok who falls for his first love Sun-ah, portrayed by Shin Min-a. [TVN]
Lee as the “Front Man” in the hit Netflix Korea series “Squid Game" (2021). [NETFLIX]
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Lee Byung-hun donates ₩100 million to children at Asan Medical Center
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[THINK ENGLISH] 이민정-이병헌 부부 코로나 확진 판정 받다
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