Matriarch of Korean acting, Lee Yeong-Ian, star of film and television, made her feature film debut in 1995 in the award-winning feature A Petal, before starring in the Box Office smash hit and internationally award-winning drama Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War (2004). Adept in many genres, Lee then featured in the romantic comedies Love Exposure (1997) and Romantic Debtors (2010), followed by the highest grossing Korean melodrama of all time, A Werewolf Boy (2012), with more than four million admits in Korea alone. Her most recent roles are in the acclaimed drama Han Gong-ju and End of Winter, winner of the New Currents Award at the 2014 Busan International Film Festival.

Accolades

Lee Young-lan
Best Actress, 2015

Lee Young-lan

Best Actress, 2015

Lee Young-lan

End of Winter (Cheol-won-gi-haeng)

Matriarch of Korean acting, Lee Yeong-Ian, star of film and television, made her feature film debut in 1995 in the award-winning feature A Petal, before starring…

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Films

End of Winter
2014

End of Winter (Cheol-won-gi-haeng)

Republic of Korea
2014

End of Winter (Cheol-won-gi-haeng)

In the middle of winter, Sung-geun, a retiring school professor’s family travel to be with him for his retirement ceremony. After the ceremony, Sung-geun makes…

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