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Lee was born in 1956 in Seoul, Korea. He graduated from Harvard University receiving a Masters degree. He has worked for KBS as a documentary director. After that, he directed his film debut, < HAAN, HAN GIL SOO >.

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My Darling FBI
My Darling FBI
(Movie, 2008)
쉿! 그녀에겐 비밀이에요

Staff
• Director • Scriptwriter

With a Blue Sky
With a Blue Sky
(Movie, 2006)
창공으로

Staff
• Director • Scriptwriter • Production department

Haan
Haan
(Movie, 2005)
HAAN 한길수

Staff
• Director • Scriptwriter • Producer

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