|Lee Hak-joo Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Date of Birth||January 9, 1989|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Lee Hak-joo is a South Korean actor who has been cast in movies like Hit-and-Run Squad, Golden Slumber, Welcome to the Guesthouse, Sinkhole, Woo-joo in the Others, Snowy Road, The Girl Who Ran, A Crevice of Violence, Remains, In an Unnamed Cafe, Marionette, End of Travel, The Shameless, Insane, Shame Diary, I Know You, Autumn Sonata, Teach Me, Some Relationship, Jane, Watching, and 12th Assistant Deacon. In addition to that, the actor has also been cast in a variety of shows such as Memories of the Alhambra, My Name, The World of the Married, Tong: Memories, Sweet Munchies, Private Lives, Snowy Road, Oh My Ghost, Mr. Sunshine, Drama Special – Fake Family, Drama Special – Disqualified Laughter, Drama Special – Dreamers, Be Melodramatic, Justice, and Squad 38.
Lee Hak-joo studied at Hanyang University, a private research university in South Korea.
Lee Hak-joo has been signed with SM Culture & Contents.
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
68 kg or 150 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Lee Hak-joo is of South Korean descent.
Lee Hak-joo Facts
- He played Choi Seung-ho in the short film 12th Assistant Deacon in 2013. This role got him nominated at the 12th Asiana International Short Film Festival in the “Face in Short” category.
- In 2016, Lee Hak-joo appeared as Ahn Chang-ho, a young employee of Tax Collection Bureau, in the crime drama television series Squad 38.
- He played the supporting role of Ga Reu-ma in the action police procedural film Hit-and-Run Squad in 2019.
- Lee Hak-joo was cast as Joon-geun in the drama film Welcome to the Guesthouse in 2020 and this role got him nominated in the “Best New Actor” category at the 41st Blue Dragon Film Awards.
- He brought to life the character of Park In-kyu in the family thriller romantic drama television series The World of the Married in 2020. For this performance, Lee Hak-joo won the “Excellence Award, Actor in a Drama” at the 28th Korea Culture Entertainment Awards and was also nominated at the 7th APAN Star Awards in the “Best New Actor” category.
- In 2021, he appeared as Jung Tae-ju, a member of Dongcheon who is Mu-jin’s most trusted henchman, in the Netflix crime action thriller series My Name. It revolves around a woman who joins a gang to avenge her father’s death then goes undercover as a cop.
- Lee Hak-joo was seen as Deputy Jung in the 2021 disaster comedy film Sinkhole.