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Lee Joon - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Born on February 7, 1988, Seoul is a South Korean actor and singer.
Before joining MBLAQ, Lee was a CFs and had a small role in the 2008 comedy That Person Is Coming. In 2009, he starred in the movie Ninja Assassin, in which he played the teenager Raizo.
In 2009, following the debut of MBLAQ, Lee became a regular guest on television shows: "Star Golden Bell" and "Oh! My School "(" Oh! My School ").
announced on February 26, 2010 that Lee Joon, along with 7 artists from 2PM, 2AM, and CNBLUE, would be MCs for Mnet's M! Countdown.
In 2010, he starred in Jungle Fish 2 (a youth drama that tackles the real life problems of students), as well as Housewife Kim Kwang Ja's Act III. Third Activity ”), which was released on September 22, 2010. Lee contributed to the OST for "Jungle Fish 2" by singing the song "(Feeling Sad)" with Hong Jong Hyun.
In 2011, Lee voiced the cartoon character Gnomeo & Juliet and made a cameo appearance in Jungle Fish 2. '
On January 6, 2012, it was announced that After School's Lee and Lizzie would be the dance couple for MBC's Lunar New Year special program Pit-a-Pat Shake! Lee Joon also joined the popular program "We Got Merried" as Oh Yeon Seo's soul mate.
In the same year, he starred in Iris 2 (a sequel to the spy series Iris).
In 2013, Lee starred in the film Rought play, a production of Kim Kiduk. The film was unusually risky for the pop idol, as he had to do numerous nude sex scenes. He won a Best Male Newcomer nomination at the 1st Wild Flower Film Festival for his performance, and was also awarded Best Emerging Actor at the 50th Paeksang Arts Awards and 23rd Buil Film Awards in 2014.
In the same year, after leaving the MBLAQ group, he was involved in the filming of "Gap-dong" and "Mr. Back".
In 2015, Lee starred in SBS's "Heard It Through the Grapevin" as a boy from a wealthy family who fell in love with his classmate. While promoting the drama, Lee stressed the importance of sex education among teenagers. He won the "Excellence Award" in the 8th Korea Drama Awards and the 4th APAN Star Awards for his performance.
In the same year, he starred in The Piper and voiced the zombies in the animated film Seoul Station.
In 2016, Lee starred in the sci-fi action movie Vimpire Detective and played a supporting role in the MBC legal drama Woman with a suitcase. He also starred in the film Luck Key.
It was also announced that Lee Joon will be starring in the upcoming KBS drama "The Weird Father" alongside Jung So Min.