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Occupation  Actor
McCune–Reischauer  I Nak-hun
Hangul  이낙훈
Name  Lee Nak-hoon

Hanja  李樂薰
Role  Actor
Revised Romanization  I Nak-hun
Movies  The Sea Village
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Born  March 27, 1936 (1936-03-27) Seoul, South Korea
Died  October 7, 1998, Seoul, South Korea
Spouse  Choe Yeong-bok (m. ?–1998)
Awards  PaekSang Arts Award for Best Leading Actor in Television
Similar People  Soo‑yong Kim, Kang Dae‑Jin, Yu Hyun‑mok, Lee Young‑ha, Hyeong‑pyo Lee

Lee Nak-hoon (March 27, 1936 – October 7, 1998) was a South Korean actor. Lee earned a fame for his characteristic and mature acting.



Lee Nak-hoon was born in Seoul, Korea in 1936. After graduation from Kyunggi High School in 1956, Lee studied Aesthetics at Seoul National University. When he finished his second year of the study, Lee went to the United States to history at Miami University.

Lee starred in over 800 drama series, and 80 plays. Lee translated and introduced the popular US TV series, The Six Million Dollar Man and Columbo to the South Korean public. Lee also served as a member of the National Assembly from 1981 to 1985.

Lee married Choe Yeong-bok (최영복) and had one son and daughter with her. Lee died of heart disease and diabetes in 1998.


*Note; the whole list is referenced.


  • 1978, the 14th Baeksang Arts Awards : Best TV Actor (천녀화)
  • 1992, the 28th Baeksang Arts Awards : Best TV Actor (옛날의 금잔디, KBS)
  • References

    Lee Nak-hoon Wikipedia

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