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Lee Seung-won-I is the husband of Kim Sun-young-III.

Since his short film "Contradiction" (2005) was invited to the critics’ week at Jeonju Int'l Film Festival, he has worked in the film industry as well as theatrical plays and musicals. He directed plays including "Truethiness" and "Moral Family", and wrote a script for the play "Monster". He also wrote scenarios for feature length films, and "Communication an Lies" (2015)is his directorial debut.

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• Other people with the same Korean name (이승원) : Lee Seung-won-II (1974/08/22, Male, Actor ), Lee Seung-won (1985/07/23, Male, Actor ), Lee Seung-won-III (&45224;&49457;, Male, Production department Directing department Actor Adaptation/Dramatization Assistant director Director )
(Movie, 2019)

Sen [Fierce] (쎈)

Communication and Lies
Communication and Lies
(Movie, 2015)
소통과 거짓말

Bar mugger 1 (술집깡패1)

• Director • Scriptwriter

Happy Bus Day
Happy Bus Day
(Movie, 2016)

Jeong-geun (정근)

• Director

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