‘Lee Eon’

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Remembering Lee Eon through his youth
by | February 5, 2009 | 36 Comments
It was a sad day when Lee Eon, most known for his role in the drama Coffee Prince, died in a motorcycle accident last August. Now a book is being published posthumously, featuring Lee’s own writing and music, called Twenty-seven, Burying Youth. The model-turned-actor, born Park Sang-min, died at the age of 27. Also, as... More »

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O’live’s inaugural Style Icon Awards
by | October 30, 2008 | 25 Comments
Cable channel O’live TV hosted its first Style Icon Awards on the night of October 30, and a parade of stars turned out on the “orange carpet” for the event. Held at Club Answer in the upscale Seoul neighborhood of Cheongdamdong, the event awarded select members from not only entertainment sphere to honor as icons,... More »

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Gong Yoo’s goodbye message to Lee Eon
by | August 22, 2008 | 34 Comments
Gong Yoo, friend and Coffee Prince co-star to Lee Eon, was late (but not absent) to pay his farewell addresses to the recently deceased actor, because he’s currently serving active military duty. On the 22nd, he wrote a message on his personal homepage offering both a goodbye and an apology to his colleague, featuring a... More »

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More stars pay their respects to deceased colleague
by | August 21, 2008 | 52 Comments
Okay, I think I’m done posting pics of stars visiting Lee Eon‘s funeral room. If more information comes to light, I’m on it, but until then we’re just going to be getting photos of grieving folks, which is probably gratuitous. I know it sounds hypocritical for me to dislike the photos and then post them.... More »

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Stars mourn Lee Eon
by | August 20, 2008 | 56 Comments
As previously reported, actor Lee Eon‘s sudden death early on the morning of August 21 has proved a shock to the entertainment community. Celebrities came garbed in funeral blacks to pay their respects to their deceased colleague/co-star/friend at the mortuary area in the hospital where the deceased’s body is being kept until the funeral service.... More »

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Lee Eon dies in accident
by | August 20, 2008 | 194 Comments
Oh, man. Model-turned-actor Lee Eon (also spelled Lee Un, most famously of Coffee Prince) has died in a motorcycle accident. The 27-year-old, born Park Sang-min, was on his way home following the wrap party for KBS’s Strongest Chil Woo early on the morning of August 21. He was riding a motorcycle and ran into the... More »

Drama Casting & News
Promoting his drama with a come-hither stare
by | June 4, 2008 | 26 Comments
Is it just me, or does the cast of Strongest Chil Woo look like they just stepped out of the pages of a Sears catalog (come see the softer side!)? With a hangover? Such pretty ladies, such unflattering styling. Anyway, when I first heard about this upcoming fusion historical series, I was kinda tired of... More »

Drama Casting & News
A few more points for Chil Woo…
by | May 18, 2008 | 19 Comments
Hmm, they’re slowly winning me over with their cast… KBS’s new fusion sageuk Strongest Chil Woo (or Choi Kang Chil Woo) seemed a little like another attempt at what they’d just done with Hong Gil Dong — funny, jokey, comedic historical. And while I enjoyed Hong Gil Dong for what it was, I can’t say... More »

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Lee Eon dishes the latest fashion advice
by | March 24, 2008 | 13 Comments
Former model (and wrestler!) Lee Eon, currently appearing in MBC’s drama Who Are You?, has been selected as host of a cable fashion show, On Style channel’s Style Hot, alongside fashion model Ji Hyun Jung. From its description, Style Hot will feature the newest clothing and beauty trends as the hosts scour various locales (ranging... More »

Drama Casting & News
Lee Eon picks his first post-Coffee Prince project
by | October 11, 2007 | 12 Comments
  Actor Lee Eon, fresh from his role as dumb but lovable Min Yub in Coffee Prince (like I really need to identify him on this site, huh?), will be appearing in his first leading role ever, in an upcoming episode of Drama City. Because the long-running KBS2 show is an anthology series, each episode... More »