Lee Yoo-ri

About Lee Yoo-ri

Who is it?: Actress
Birth Day: January 28, 1980
Birth Place: Seoul, South Korea, South Korean
Birth Sign: Aquarius
Education: Kyewon University of Arts and Design
Occupation: Actress businesswoman
Years active: 2001–present
Agent: The Jun Entertainment
Spouse(s): Jo Kye-hyun (m. 2010)
Hangul: 이유리
Hanja: 李幼梨
Revised Romanization: Lee Yoo-ri
McCune–Reischauer: I Yuri
Website: Official website

Lee Yoo-ri Net Worth

Lee Yoo-ri was born on January 28, 1980 in Seoul, South Korea, South Korean, is Actress. Lee Yoo-ri is a popular South Korean actress and a successful businesswoman. Lee made her screen debut in the year 2000 with a very small role in the series ‘Hur Jun’ and made her official debut in the year 2001, where she appeared in back to back three dramas. Never quite achieving the true stardom, she continuously kept appearing in different supporting or small roles in TV series’ over the years, until 2011. It was the year when she finally received credits for her acting prowess after her appearance as an antagonist in the series ‘Twinkle Twinkle’ went huge. After this award winning stint, she came around playing another solid role in the series ‘Jong Bo-ri’ is here. Winning the Daesung Award for her performance, she finally established herself as a strong competent actor. In the same year, Gallup Korea included her in the highly prestigious list of ‘Actor of the Year’, where Lee stood at the second spot. Apart from acting, she has been a face of many popular South Korean brands and her frequent appearance in the commercials keeps her afresh in the public eye. She got married to her theologist boyfriend Jo Kye-hun in 2010.
Lee Yoo-ri is a member of Film & Theater Personalities

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Lee Yoo-ri met her husband, a missionary theologist, through bible study in 2008. They started dating in 2009 and married in September, 2010.


In 2011, Lee and fellow Actress Lee Soo-kyum co-launched female apparel shopping mall 'Miss Today'.


In 2014, Lee won the Grand Prize at MBC Drama Awards, gaining 385,434 (about 54%) out of 712,300 votes sent in by the viewers. She was also ranked in the top five of Gallup Korea's "Actor of the Year", climbing to the second place just behind Kim Soo-hyun.