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Lee Il Hwa was born in 1971, on January 3, and is a famous Korean actress. She first began acting in 1996 when she played Jin Sook, one of the main characters on the romance drama Dangerous Love. After that, she took a break of almost six years. Then, she returned to acting in 2002 with the show Chomsungdae’s Moon.

In 2008, after appearing in smaller roles in several other television shows, she acted in the historical drama Iljimae. The television series, with both action, adventure, and a strong romantic plot, quickly won over fans and was a massive success. That same year, she acted a role in her first movie, which was called Frivolous Wife.

In 2009 she took one of the lead roles on an episode of Hometown Legends, a show that recounts a famous Korean legend on each episode. In 2010, she played the sister of one of the main characters on the show Golden Fish. She then starred in a one episode television special in 2011 called You’re Fine That Way, which told the story of a deaf student who overcomes adversity.

In 2011, she acted in several other shows. Then, in 2012, she appeared in three successful television series, including Feast of the Gods.

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