Lee Wan 이완

Lee Wan


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Kim Hyung Soo 김형수
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January 03, 1984
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South Korea
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Sports, Computer, PS2

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Lee Wan is the younger brother of Korean actress Kim Tae Hee and debuted playing the young Han Tae Hwa in Korean drama hit "Stairway to Heaven". Lee Wan's intense looks and acting quickly gained him recognition and won him SBS's New Star Of The Year Award in 2004.

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Swallow the Sun 2009 as Jang Tae Hyuk (Korean Dramas)

In-Soon is Pretty 2007 (Korean Dramas)

Trees in Heaven 2006 as Yoon Suh (Korean Dramas)

Let's Go to the Beach 2005 (Korean Dramas)

Snow White 2004 (Korean Dramas)

Stairway to Heaven 2003 (Korean Dramas)

Lee Wan News:

Lee Wan-koo, Ex-Premier of South Korea, Guilty of Taking Illegal Funds
New York Times - Jan 29, 2016

Lee Wan-koo, the former prime minister, was sentenced to eight months in prison, but the Seoul District Court suspended the sentence, allowing him to remain free. If he commits another crime within two years, he will be forced to serve the term, the ...

Former South Korean Prime Minister Lee Wan Koo Reportedly Guilty Of Receiving ...
Korea Portal (English Edition) - Feb 1, 2016

Former South Korean Prime Minister Lee Wan Koo involved in bribery scandal. (Photo by Chung Sung Jun/Getty Images). Last year, then-Prime Minister Lee Wan Koo stepped down from his position amid bribery scandal. The Huffington Post reported April 27 ...

Ex-PM appeals against bribery ruling
Korea Times - Feb 4, 2016

South Korea's former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo filed an appeal against a court ruling that gave him an eight-month jail term last week for bribery, legal sources said Thursday. Lee, who was convicted of taking 30 million won (US$27,000) from Sung ...

Ex-prime minister appeals against corruption ruling
The Korea Herald - Feb 4, 2016

Former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo, who was found guilty of receiving kickbacks from a business tycoon, appealed against the lower court's ruling, court officials said Thursday. Late last month, the 66-year-old was sentenced to eight months in jail with ...

Clean, cheap energy an advantage that will draw investors — CM
The Borneo Post - Feb 3, 2016

Representing MPAS was its managing director Lim Lee Wan, with its director Dato Isaac Lugun as witness. Others present were Second Resource Planning and Environment Minister Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan, State Secretary Tan Sri Datuk Amar ...

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Korea JoongAng Daily - Jan 29, 2016

Former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo walks out of the Seoul Central District Court on Friday after the court convicted him of illegally accepting money from Sung Wan-jong, the former chairman of Keangnam Enterprises whose suicide touched off a massive ...

South Korean Prosecutors Seek 1-Year Jail Term For Ex-PM Lee Wan-Koo In ...
International Business Times - Jan 5, 2016

Prosecutors in South Korea are seeking one-year prison sentence for the country's former prime minister Lee Wan-Koo, who is accused of taking bribes from a now-deceased businessman, Yonhap News Agency reported Tuesday. The accusation against ...

[Editorial] Merited punishment
The Korea Herald - Jan 31, 2016

In the eyes of the law, the court ruling on former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo should be welcomed too. Convicted on a charge of receiving 30 million won ($27,000) in illegal funds from Sung Woan-jong, a business tycoon, Lee received an eight-month term, ...

South Korea PM Lee Wan-koo offers to resign over scandal
BBC News - Apr 21, 2015

South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo has offered to resign after facing accusations of accepting bribes, just two months into his post. Mr Lee denies accepting 30 million won ($27,700; £18,600) in illegal campaign funds from businessman Sung ...

Be fair to Kien Keat-Boon Heong too, BAM
The Star Online - Jan 19, 2016

GEORGE TOWN: Coach Lee Wan Wah hopes his charges – Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong – will get a fair chance in their race to qualify for the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. He feels that the best players should be selected for major tournaments ...

Koo-Tan in for a busy season to qualify for Rio Olympics
The Star Online - Jan 8, 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: Professional shuttlers Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong will hit the ground running over the next four months. Coach Lee Wan Wah has prepared a busy schedule and Kien Keat-Boon Heong will even miss the Chinese New Year on Feb 8 as ...

South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Wan Koo Steps Down Over Bribery Scandal
Huffington Post - Apr 27, 2015

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea's president accepted the resignation of her prime minister on Monday over a bribery scandal, officials said. Prime Minster Lee Wan Koo offered to resign last week, just two months after taking the country's No. 2 ...

Park calls for efforts to root out corruption
Korea Times - Jan 26, 2016

Last year, Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo quit his job over allegations that he received 30 million won (US$27,000) from a businessman when he was running for a parliamentary seat in 2013. South Korea climbed three notches in international corruption ...

Oriental Group chairman, executive director take leave over unauthorised ...
The Straits Times - Jan 19, 2016

Oriental chairman Wu Dingrong and his son-in-law, Mr Sun Lu, who is an executive director, are alleged to have made unauthorised guarantees at two subsidiaries in China without the approval of the board and other directors: Mr Lee Wan Sing, Mr Ong Wee ...

SMK Infant Jesus Convent JB bids principal farewell
The Malaysian Insider - Jan 8, 2016

Outgoing principal Ng Lee Wan (in purple gown) looks on while Parent-Teacher Association chairman Badrudin Mohamad cuts the ribbon to declare the multi-purpose hall open. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Peggy Loh, January 8, 2016.It was a bittersweet ...

Police appeal for information on missing teenager
Channel News Asia - Dec 31, 2015

SINGAPORE: The Singapore Police Force (SPF) is appealing for information on the whereabouts of 15-year-old Isabel Lee Wan Xuan. The teenager was last seen in the vicinity of Yishun Avenue 2 on Monday (Dec 28), SPF said in a news release on ...

Boosting Sarawak's agricultural produce
The Borneo Post - Jan 23, 2016

Malaysian Phosphate Venture Sdn Bhd's executive director Lim Lee Wan was quoted as saying, “The Sarawak phosphate complex will enable Malaysia to both reduce imports of phosphate products and to expand the production of halal animal feed and ...

Oriental units in China face claims over unauthorised guarantees
AsiaOne - Jan 20, 2016

Executive director and chief executive Lee Wan Sing and Mr Lee Ong will also take over management of JYCS and XHRC, including taking possession their seals. Oriental has also obtained a fixed first charge over 68 million Oriental shares that are held ...

(LEAD) S. Korea to monitor big state projects in real time for anti-corruption ...
Yonhap News - Jan 12, 2016

Last year, Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo quit his job over allegations that he received 30 million won (US$27,000) from a businessman when he was running for a parliamentary seat in 2013. Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn speaks during a press conference at ...

(News Focus) Ban's S. Korean presidential bid rumors resurface
Yonhap News - Jan 13, 2016

... businessmen and journalists from North and South Chungcheong provinces. Sung committed suicide last year after leaving a note suggesting that some of President Park's aides took bribes from him, including her now-retired prime minister Lee Wan-koo.

South Korean Ex-Premier Indicted on Charge of Taking Illegal Donation
New York Times - Jul 2, 2015

Former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo received 30 million won, or $26,600, in an illegal campaign donation from the businessman, Sung Wan-jong, in 2013, prosecutors said. Mr. Lee was forced to step down in late April after the allegation against him ...

Bribery scandal: Former South Korea PM Lee Wan-Koo questioned
Malay Mail Online - May 14, 2015

South Korean Former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo bows upon his arrival as he is summoned to Seoul High Prosecutor's office on suspicion of bribery scandal in Seoul, South Korea, May 14, 2015. — Reuters picSEOUL, May 14 — Former South Korean prime ...

Lee Wan-koo, Hong-Joon-pyo may face summons
Korea Times - Apr 29, 2015

Prosecutors questioned two key aides of former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo and South Gyeongsang Province Governor Hong-Joon-pyo Wednesday as part of a widening investigation into the bribery allegations surrounding the late Keangnam Enterprises ...

South Korean President Park names Lee Wan-koo prime minister
South China Morning Post (subscription) - Jan 23, 2015

South Korean President Park Geun-hye yesterday appointed a new prime minister in an apparent bid to bolster her sagging approval ratings, hit by a scandal involving her aides. Park named Lee Wan-koo, parliamentary floor leader of the ruling Saenuri ...

[Analysis] Lee Wan-koo: another Prime Minister nominee doomed to fail
The Hankyoreh - Feb 9, 2015

When Lee Wan-koo was nominated to become South Korean prime minister on Jan. 23, the choice received the unprecedented endorsement of both the ruling Saenuri Party (NFP) and the opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD). But now, the ...

PM Lee Wan-koo makes first public appearance since graft scandal arose
Arirang News - Apr 19, 2015

Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo has made his first public appearance since allegations emerged of his involvement in a bribery scandal. Lee attended a ceremony on Sunday to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the April 19th Revolution. He called for the ...

South Korean PM Lee Wan Koo rejects resignation rumours
Free press journal - Apr 17, 2015

Seoul: South Korean Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo on Thursday rejected rumours of his resignation over his alleged involvement in a bribery scandal. “I will perform my official duty without any agitation,” Lee said, attending a National Assembly session.



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