Lee Je Hoon’s Best Drama – Currently, actor Lee Je Hoon is selling well this year because he starred in two popular drama series, namely Taxi Driver and Move to Heaven. In Taxi Driver, he plays Kim Do Ki, a luxury taxi driver who completes an act of revenge on behalf of victims who do not receive legal justice.
He also disguises himself into several professions to launch the action, you know. Meanwhile, in Move to Heaven, Je Hoon plays Sang Gu, Geu Roo’s uncle who works as a martial artist with a cold personality and a former convict.
This drama also received a positive response because of the touching storyline. Apart from these two dramas, Lee Je Hoon has often starred in some Korean films and dramas. Anything, huh? Come on, watch!
1. Where Stars Land
Lee Je Hoon’s Best Drama – Before starring in Taxi Driver, Lee Je Hoon acted in the drama series Where Stars Land and co-starred with Chae Soo Bin. He plays Lee Soo Yeon, an employee in the General Planning department who is perfectionist and cold-hearted.
This big secret was hidden by him that caused Soo Yeon to distance himself from the people around him. His good acting earned Lee Je Hoon an award for Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Monday-Tuesday Drama at the SBS Drama Awards.
2. I Can Speak
Lee Je Hoon’s Best Drama – Want to hear Lee Je Hoon speak fluent English? You have to watch his acting in the film I Can Speak. He played the role of Park Min Jae, a civil servant who was transferred to Seoul.
He was a principled and industrious young man. One day, he was asked by a grandmother named Na Ok Boom (Na Moon Hee) to teach him English because he saw Min Jae who was very fluent when speaking the foreign language. The grandmother had a special goal that required her to speak English.
Even though Lee Je Hoon acted with senior actresses, the quality of his acting was no less cool. The proof, he was awarded Best Actors at the Resistance Film Festival in Korea in 2018.
3. Anarchist from Colony
Lee Je Hoon has also acted in a film with the theme of the Japanese colonial era titled Anarchist from Colony. He played the role of Park Yeol who organized the anarchist group Heukdohwe and advocated Korean independence from Japan.
Park Yeol also plans to kill Crown Prince Hirohito with his wife and partner Kaneko Fumiko. The film, which, according to Lee Je Hoon, was a turning point in his career, indeed won him nominations for Best Actor at the Buil Film Awards and Grand Bell Awards.
He was also awarded the Asia Star Award at the BIFF with Marie Claire Asia Star Awards and the Grand Prize at the Korea Youth Film Festival.
4. Bleak Night
This 36-year-old actor has also starred in a school bully-themed film entitled Bleak Night. Je Hoon plays Ki Tae, a high school boy who is best friends with Dong Yoon and Hee Joon who died due to suicide.
The father, who feels guilty, tries to find the facts behind the death of his son. The acting, which can portray the ambiguous and mysterious figure of Ki Tae, earned him awards as Best New Actor at the Blue Dragon Film Awards, Cine 21 Awards, Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards, and KOFRA Film Awards.
Apart from the drama Where Stars Land, Drakor Signal has also starred underrated actor Lee Je Hoon. He plays Park Hae Young, a police officer, and criminal profiler who finds a walkie-talkie that connects with detective Lee Jae Han in the past.
Then, they and Cha So Hyun solve various past criminal cases. Still consistently showing his best acting, Lee Je Hoon was nominated for Best Actor at the tvN10 Awards.