Lee Kwang-soo is a South Korean actor, model and an entertainer best known for starring in films such as ‘Confession’ and ‘Collective Invention’ and sitcom ‘The Sound of Your Heart’. Born and raised in Gyeonggi, South Korea, Lee began his career with modelling in 2007 and made his acting debut in 2008 with the TV series ‘The Scale of Providence’. Lee became a nationally known face after appearing in the most successful Korean variety show ‘Running Man’ in 2010. Since then, he has been a key part in almost every other season of the show.
In 2011, Lee Kwang-soo made his film debut with the film ‘Battlefield Heroes’ and followed it up with more successful films such as ‘Wonderful Radio’ and ‘The Scent’. His leading role in the 2014 neo-noir film ‘Confession’ further exhibited his acting prowess. Lee primarily appeared on television and played major roles in many series’ over the years, such as ‘The Innocent Man’, ‘The Sound of Your Heart’ and ‘Entourage’.