Lee Wan 이완

Lee Wan

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Last Name:
Lee
First Name:
Wan
English Name:
Ethnic Name:
이완
Real Name:
Kim Hyung Soo 김형수
Ethnicity:
Korean
Date of Birth:
January 03, 1984
Place of Birth:
South Korea
Height:
176cm
Weight:
68kg
Blood Type:
O
Profession:
Actor
Hobbies:
Sports, Computer, PS2

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Biography

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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Filmography

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:

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 ...


Ex-PM Lee Wan-koo to be summoned over bribery scandal this week
Korea Times - May 12, 2015

Prosecutors said Tuesday they will summon former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo this week for questioning over alleged bribery. Lee is set to appear before prosecutors at 10 a.m. on Thursday. The move comes more than two weeks after he quit his job over ...


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 Korea's Park names new prime minister
The Japan Times - May 21, 2015

Hwang Kyo-ahn, 58, was named as the new prime minister after his predecessor, Lee Wan-koo, was implicated in a major bribery scandal and forced to quit in April after serving only two months. As a former prosecutor and with two years under his belt as ...


Lee, Hong will be indicted this week
Korea Times - May 17, 2015

The prosecution said Sunday it will indict former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo and South Gyeongsang Governor Hong Joon-pyo as early as this week on bribery charges, but is unlikely to seek detention warrants against them. The two are among eight people ...


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 ...


South Korean president Park Geun-hye names justice minister as new PM
ABC Online - May 21, 2015

Hwang Kyo-ahn, 58, was put forward after his predecessor, Lee Wan-koo, was implicated in a major bribery scandal and forced to quit in April after serving only two months. "[Mr Hwang] is the right person to uproot corruption across society and ...


Prosecutors to indict governor, former PM without detention
Arirang News - May 21, 2015

Prosecutors have decided to indict former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo and Governor Hong Joon-pyo of South Gyeongsangnam-do Province. Neither man will be detained, but prosecutors have not yet said when formal charges will be filed. They cite security ...


Ex-PM expresses regret over his indictment
Yonhap News - May 22, 2015

SEOUL, May 22 (Yonhap) -- Former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo expressed regret Friday over the prosecution's decision to indict him on bribery charges. On Thursday, prosecutors said they have decided to indict Lee on charges of taking 30 million won ...


[Editorial] Faulted probe
The Korea Herald - May 22, 2015

The prosecution has decided to indict two key suspects in the Sung scandal, but without seeking to take them into custody. The failure to detain former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo and South Gyeongsang Gov. Hong Joon-pyo is disappointing all the more ...


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 ...


Park looks for new PM
Korea Times - May 3, 2015

Naming a successor for former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo is at the top of President Park Geun-hye's to-do list. The President, who has been on sick leave after returning to Seoul from a trip to South America, is expected to resume her official duties ...


Ex-PM, Gyeongsang Governor to Be Indicted in Graft Scandal
The Chosun Ilbo - May 21, 2015

Prosecutors on Wednesday said they will indict former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo and South Gyeongsang Province Governor Hong Joon-pyo in a widening graft scandal. The two were on a list of politicians who allegedly took bribes from the former ...


S Korean PM
The News International - May 21, 2015

... Thursday selected her justice minister to become the new prime minister — a post that has become something of a poisoned chalice under her administration. Hwang Kyo-Ahn, 58, was named as the new prime minister after his predecessor, Lee Wan-Koo, ...


[Column] Pres. Park's 2012 election campaign at the core of Sung Wan-jong ...
The Hankyoreh by the same - May 7, 2015

logic, it is very likely that former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo will become the second person that the prosecutors question. Lee forfeited his credibility with the public when a number of allegations were raised during his confirmation hearing.


Photos of the Day: May 14
Wall Street Journal - May 14, 2015

No injuries or hazardous materials were involved. JOHN ALTDORFER/REUTERS … Former South Korean Prime Minister Lee Wan-Koo arrives at court in Seoul to be questioned as part of a widening corruption probe that prompted his resignation last month.


Xinhua Asia Pacific news Summary at 1000GMT, May 21
Cihan News Agency - May 21, 2015

Justice Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn was nominated as the country's second-highest administrative post, 25 days after Lee Wan-koo, the former prime minister, resigned on suspicion that he received bribes, the presidential office said. (South Korea-Minister- ...


"Paying tributes to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on his death ...
The Statesman (press release) - May 21, 2015

The 58-year-old justice minister was nominated as the premier 25 days after former prime minister Lee Wan-koo resigned over suspicion that he had received bribe. Bangladesh terror group issues death threats to 10. The prime minister's political advisor ...


South Korea's Governing Party Skates Through Elections Despite Scandal
New York Times - Apr 29, 2015

Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo stepped down on Monday, apologizing for a scandal in which he was accused of taking an illegal cash gift from a businessman, Sung Wan-jong. Mr. Sung hanged himself from a tree on April 9. Hours earlier, he gave a telephone ...


Raut's remarks on Muslims: EC upset
The Statesman (press release) - May 20, 2015

South Korea names justice minister as new PM. The 58-year-old justice minister was nominated as the premier 25 days after former prime minister Lee Wan-koo resigned over suspicion that he had received bribe.


Aides to scandal's key figures to be called in
Korea Times - May 3, 2015

Prosecutors will summon three aides to former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo and three to South Gyeongsang Province Governor Hong Joon-pyo this week as part of an investigation into allegations that the two political heavyweights accepted bribes. Members ...


Siberian exile: White crane wins hearts on accidental Taiwan visit
WantChinaTimes - May 19, 2015

Lee Wan-chu, a local police officer, said the team has been fined NT$1,500 (US$50) for blocking traffic and shooting scenes near animal-protection areas without a permit. Some animal lovers have protested to the TV company. The son of the owner of farm ...


Captain of doomed ferry sentenced to life in prison
Boston Globe (subscription) - Apr 28, 2015

The country's prime minister formally stepped down Monday in an unrelated matter, apologizing about a scandal in which he was accused of taking an illegal cash gift from a businessman. Lee Wan-koo was the second prime minister to resign under President ...


Siberian crane winning Taiwanese hearts
Focus Taiwan News Channel - May 17, 2015

Lee Wan-chu, a local police officer, said the team has been fined NT$1,500 (US$50) for blocking traffic and shooting scenes near animal-protection areas without permit. Some animal lovers have protested to the TV company. The son of the owner of farm ...


P.M. vacancy raises concern
The Korea Herald - May 20, 2015

President Park Geun-hye is likely to make her nomination within this week, news reports said, after failing to replace former Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo who resigned last month due to the allegation that he received money from late businessman Sung ...


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