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Lee Kwang-gi (이광기)

Male - 1969/04/01


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  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Jing Bi-rok" Episode 5

    It's back to political vacillation as "Jing Bi-rok" spends most of the episode having officials engage in abstract arguments about the best possible foreign policy in the current situation. Interesting, most of the discussion actually revolves around what the Chinese are doing- even though the Chinese don't actually seem to present to discuss the problem. That's kind of a bad sign- lots of mistakes have been made so far, and even that should be enough to establish that the Koreans can't move forward on their own,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Jing Bi-rok" Episode 4

    One of the things I really like about "Jing Bi-rok" is the way it presents atmosphere. This isn't some politically correct version of sixteenth century Korea- even the obviously imaginary sequences are pretty committed to fidelity regarding the time period. In one scene King Seonjo wakes up from a bad dream and is calmed down by a woman who's not his wife. Queen Uuin (played by Hwang In-yeong) does appear in this episode- but "Jing Bi-rok" correctly notes that she has her own political situations that don't necessarily involve her husband directly,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Jing Bi-rok" Episode 3

    The problem with a drama having a very effective documentative historical style is that, well, sooner or later it just feels like you're stuck in school. While a normal story would just use the existing characterization to establish that Korea is headed toward disaster, "Jing Bi-rok" is stuck in extended build-up mode. King Seonjo doesn't know that he's making such huge mistakes because, for quite some time, there won't be any immediate negative consequences. The Japanese, for now, are just focusing on their hand-to-hand combat,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Jing Bi-rok" Episode 2

    I don't really know what to call "Jing Bi-rok" genre-wise. It's a Korean costume drama with production values typical for the genre but in execution it almost seems like...a documentary maybe? Let's take Yoo Seong-ryong (played by Kim Sang-joong). His main purpose in the story is to provide narration. As far as I can tell there are all direct quotes from the historical document on which "Jing Bi-rok" is based. Passage of time is represented here, not by camera tricks and flourishes, but by listening to Yoo Seong-ryong explain what happens next,...More
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Lee Kwang-gi | Filmography

Jing Bi-rok
Jing Bi-rok
(Drama, 2015)
As : Konishi Yukinaga, So-seo-haeng-jang (고니시 유키나가, 소서행장)
He Who Loves the World
He Who Loves the World
(Movie, 2014)
그 사람 그 사랑 그 세상
As : Narration (내레이션)
Drama Special - The End of Summer
Drama Special - The End of Summer
(Drama, 2014)
드라마 스페셜 - 그 여름의 끝
As : Kim Jin-woo (김진우)
Jeong Do-jeon
Jeong Do-jeon
(Drama, 2014)
As : Ha Ryun (하륜)
Queen Insoo
Queen Insoo
(Drama, 2011)
As : Grand Prince Anpyeong (안평대군)
Glad to Love You
Glad to Love You
(Drama, 2010)
사랑하길 잘했어
As : Do-gi (도기)
City of Fathers
City of Fathers
(Movie, 2009)
As : Gambler 1 (노름꾼 1) - Cameo
Hanoi Bride
Hanoi Bride
(Drama, 2005)
하노이 신부
Spy Girl
Spy Girl
(Movie, 2004)
그녀를 모르면 간첩
As : Cameo
(Movie, 2001)
As : Man eating fish cake (어묵먹는 남자)

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