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:

Lotte ties up with Southeast Asian retailers
Yonhap News - Oct 21, 2014

They are a very important group of shoppers in addition to Chinese shoppers," said Lee Wan-sin who heads the department store's marketing strategy. Lotte said the three countries are key markets that can potentially buoy profit. The number of tourists ...

Temporary closure of URBTIX outlet at Tom Lee Wan Chai branch
7thSpace Interactive (press release) - Sep 26, 2014

Hong Kong (HKSAR) - A Leisure and Cultural Services Department spokesman announced today (September 26) that the URBTIX outlet at Tom Lee Wan Chai branch, 2/F, City Centre Building, 144-149 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, will be temporarily closed ...

Korean concert accident refocuses parties on safety
AsiaOne - Oct 21, 2014

Lee Wan-koo said, calling on the NPAD to cooperate on developing related policies. Lee, however, went on to comment on the special Sewol bill and others pending legislations over which his party and the NPAD have been deadlocked for months. The two ...

Floor leaders agree on Assembly schedule
The Korea Herald - Oct 21, 2014

Lee Wan-koo of the governing Saenuri Party and Rep. Woo Yoon-keun of the main opposition party New Politics Alliance for Democracy will lead lawmakers in reviewing the proposed 2015 government budget and concluding negotiations over controversial ...

[Newsmaker] Concert accident refocuses parties on safety
The Korea Herald - Oct 20, 2014

Lee Wan-koo said, calling on the NPAD to cooperate on developing related policies. Lee, however, went on to comment on the special Sewol bill and others pending legislations over which his party and the NPAD have been deadlocked for months. The two ...

Saenuri chief apologizes over constitutional debate
The Korea Herald - Oct 17, 2014

Saenuri Party chief Kim Moo-sung (right) and floor leader Lee Wan-koo attend a party meeting Friday. (Yonhap). Kim said on Thursday there would be an “outpouring” of talks over constitutional amendments aimed at tackling political deadlocks, sometime ...

A poor idea
Korea JoongAng Daily - Oct 15, 2014

After National Assembly Speaker Chung Ui-hwa said he will propose an inter-Korean parliamentary meeting next month, Saenuri Party floor leader Lee Wan-koo denounced the idea yesterday. “That requires close consultations with leaders of our political ...

(EDITORIAL from the Korea JoongAng Daily on Oct. 10)
Yonhap News - Oct 9, 2014

He must put first priority on overcoming the repercussions from the persistent conflict between ruling Saenuri Party floor leader Lee Wan-koo and the NPAD's former floor leader Park Young-sun in the course of negotiating the special Sewol law, and then ...

Kim Jong-un and the NPAD: A Tale of Two Absences
The Diplomat - Sep 27, 2014

Saenuri Floor Leader, Lee Wan-gu, has offered to resign over the party's failure to lead. Meanwhile, in the NPAD camp, Moon Jae-in has gone on a full-blown offensive. In a speech at a symposium to honor former president Roh Moo-hyun, Moon lashed out at ...

NPAD elects a new floor leader
Korea JoongAng Daily - Oct 9, 2014

As Woo noted yesterday that he and his Saenuri counterpart Lee Wan-koo need to “sit again for talks.” Attention is being paid to how he will conclude negotiations with Lee on the terms of the special Sewol law. Though the two reached an agreement on ...

Parties set Sewol bill deadline
The Korea Herald - Oct 12, 2014

“We will do our best to pass the special bill in a timely manner,” an official with the governing Saeuri Party said. An opposition official agreed to do the same, echoing comments by the floor leaders of the main parties, Reps. Lee Wan-koo and Woo Yoon ...

S. Korean parties reach Sewol bill compromise
The Korea Times US - Sep 30, 2014

Saenuri Party floor leader Lee Wan-koo accepted his NPAD counterpart Park Young-sun's proposal, agreeing that the ruling party would seek approval from the NPAD and the victims' families before selecting its two panel members. The ruling party, however ...

DPP turns 28 with symbolic picnic events
Taipei Times - Sep 28, 2014

... mayoral candidate James Tsai (蔡仁堅), Hualien County commissioner hopeful Chu Kuo-hua (朱國華), Greater Taoyuan mayoral candidate Hsu Jui-chih (許睿智) and 18 local councilor hopefuls, including New Taipei City Councilor Lee Wan-yu (李婉鈺) and ...

Irony of idle lawmakers` cheeky request of pay increase
동아일보 - Oct 1, 2014

After a compromise was reached on the negotiations for the proposed special law on the Sewol ferry disaster, Kim Moo-sung, the ruling Saenuri Party`s chairman, and Lee Wan-koo, the party`s floor leader, hugged each other with big smiles on their faces.

NPAD boycotts plenary session
Korea JoongAng Daily - Sep 26, 2014

The Saenuri floor leader, Lee Wan-koo, also briefly caused a stir by saying he would resign from his post over the comedic and deplorable situation at the Assembly. “It is something that I never expected,” he said right after Chung announced the ...

Main opposition party to decide whether to return to Assembly
동아일보 - Sep 26, 2014

The NPAD`s floor leader, Park Young-sun, plans to make some progress in the issue of a special law on the Sewol disaster by negotiating with her Saenuri counterpart, Lee Wan-koo, this weekend. Kim Young-rok, a deputy floor leader of the NPAD, said ...

Moon lays down law for embattled NPAD
Korea JoongAng Daily - Sep 22, 2014

During a meeting with Saenuri Chairman Kim Moo-sung and Floor Leader Lee Wan-koo at the Blue House last Tuesday, the country's first female president said the ruling party should not agree to additional negotiations on the Sewol law but stick to a ...

Sewol bill to prolong Assembly impasse
The Korea Herald - Sep 17, 2014

Family representatives rejected two bipartisan agreements reached by NPAD floor leader Rep. Park Young-sun and her Saenuri counterpart Rep. Lee Wan-koo, saying the accords did not guarantee investigators sufficient legal powers. After talks broke down ...



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