Lee Dong-Wook Net Worth

March 17, 2023
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Lee Dong-Wook was born on the 6th November 1981, in Seoul, South Korea, and is an actor, and TV host, perhaps best known to the world as the Grim Reaper in the TV fantasy drama series “Guardian: The Lonely and Great God”, and as Kang Ji Wook in another TV series, romantic drama “Scent of a Woman”, among many other differing appearances he has secured so far in his career.

Have you ever wondered how rich Lee Dong-Wook is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Dong-Wook’s net worth is over $3 million, an amount earned through his successful career, active since the late ‘90s.

Lee Dong-Wook Net Worth $3 Million

Lee graduated with a degree in Broadcasting and Media Arts from the Joongbu University, after which he launched his career.

He made his acting debut in 2000 with the role of Lee Kang San in the TV series “School”, and after a few minor roles in such TV series as “Leobing Yu” (2002) and “Precious Family” (2004), he made his breakthrough with the role of Seol Gong-chan in the TV romantic comedy-drama series “My Girl”. The particular role propelled him to stardom in South Korea, and in the next few years Lee appeared in several successful projections, including films “The Perfect Couple” (2007) and “Heartbreak Library” (2008), all of which increased his net worth.

In 2011 he was chosen for the role of Kang Ji Wook, another prominent role in the TV series “Scent of a Woman”, in which he starred next to Seon-a Kim, and Ki-joon Uhm, and since then Dong-wook has continued with television roles, such as Park Moo-Yul in the TV romance comedy “Wild Romance” (2012), then as Cha Jae-Wan in the romantic drama series “Hotel King” (2014), and another romance – “Bubblegum” – in 2015, in which he starred with Ryeowon Jung, and Chong-ok Bae, which added a considerable amount to his net worth.

Most recently, Lee was chosen for the role of Grim Reaper in the TV fantasy drama series “Guardian: The Lonely and Great God”, starring next to Yoo Gong, and Go-eun Kim, further increasing his net worth.

Aside from acting, Dong-Wook has also been recognized for his hosting abilities, and so far has shown his skills in such shows as “Culture is Good” (2010-2011), “Strong Heart” (2012-2013) and also in hosting “The 10th Seoul International Drama Awards”, among many others, which have also added a substantial amount to his net worth.

When it comes to his personal life, since entering the entertainment world, Lee has been recognized for his high-profile relationships. He has dated such Asian celebrities as Kim Hyun Joo, Kim Su Ah, Eugene Kim, Lee Da Hae, and was even engaged to actress T-ara’s Jiyeon, and most recently was in a relationship with another actress, Jo Yoon Hee, with whom he has a child, and was apparently close to marriage but then the couple broke-up.

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