Lee Juck (이적) is a singer, lyricist, composer, and arranger from South Korea under Farm Music who made his debut with the duo “Panic” in 1995.
Stage Name: Lee Juck (이적)
Birth Name: Lee Dongjoon (이동준)
Occupation: Singer, Songwriter, Actor,
Birthday: February 28, 1974
Age: 49 (in 2023)
Active Years: 28
Zodiac Sign: Pisces
Weight: 75 kg (165 lbs)
Blood Type: B
Lee Juck Facts:
– Lee Juck was born and raised in Seoul in South Korea.
-He went to Seoul Seoi Elementary School and Yeongdong Middle School.
-Lee completed his high school at Banpo High School and later graduated from Seoul National University with a degree in Sociology.
-Lee married Jeong Ok-hee, a ballerina, in December 2007.
-He has two daughters, Se In, and Se An, born in 2010 and 2013.
-He revealed in the Korean variety show “Master in the House” that when he sang his most famous song, “It’s Fortunate,” in front of his wife, she didn’t react much.
-Lee Juck donated 50 million won to support the deaf and hard of hearing through Snail of Love in Dec. 2022.
-Lee Juck is a singer, lyricist, composer, and arranger.
-He started his music career in 1995 as a member of Panic with his friend Kim Jin-pyo, and then in 1997, he debuted with the project group Carnival alongside Kim Dong-ryul.
-Lee Juck released his first solo album, “Dead End,” in 1999.
-His song “It’s Fortunate,” was written for his wife and has become a beloved wedding song in South Korea.
-His genres include Pop, Folk Rock, Funk, and Rock&roll.
-He was the lead vocalist of Panic, Carnival, and Gigs.
-Lee Juck is signed under Music Farm.
-In 2011, he was featured in IU’s song “Uncle.”
-Lee Juck has mentioned in “Master in The House” (ep. 145) that some of his best songs were written in about 10-20 minutes, showing his confidence in his songwriting abilities.
-In 2005, he published a collection of short fantasy fiction called “Fingerprint Hunter,” and in 2007, one of the stories “제불찰씨 이야기” (The story of Mr. Self-fault) was made into an animation.
Hosting and TV Career
-Lee Juck is recognized for his involvement in several TV shows, including “High Kick!” (2006), “Eiga Doraemon: Nobita no getsumen tansaki” (2019), and “Busted!” (2018).
-Lee Juck played the role of a narrator for the “Hope to Neighbor” TV program.
-He was in the movie “My Brilliant Life” (2014).
-He has appeared as a guest in several popular South Koren variety shows like “Radio Star,” “Running Man,” and “Healing Camp.”
-He has hosted various variety shows, including “Change The Class” and “Enemy of Broadcasting.”
-He is known for his acting skills, as he appeared as a medical doctor of a colorectal surgery clinic in the popular sitcom TV show High Kick: Revenge of the Short Legged on MBC in 2011.
-Lee Juck also made a cameo appearance in TV series like Potato Star 2013QR3 (tvN, 2013).
-In addition to his music career, Lee Juck is also a radio DJ since 1996.
-Lee has hosted major DJ shows in South Korea, such as “At Starry Night”(1996–1998) and “Ten-Ten Club” (2008–2009).
-Lee Juck received multiple awards throughout his career, including the “Best OST Award” at the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards and the “Best Performance Award” at the 2014 and 2009 GMF Awards.
-In 2008, Lee Juck’s third album, “Songs Made of Wood,” won “Album of the Year” and “Best Pop Album” at the 5th Korean Popular Music Awards.
-His Song “It’s Fortunate” won “Song of the Year” and “Best Pop Song” in 2008.
-In addition, he was recognized with the “Golden Disc Bonsang Award” in 1996 and 1997.
-Some of his famous songs are “Compass,” “Things We Took For Granted,” “Stoning,” “Numbers,” “A Song Made Of Wood,” “It’s Thankful,” and “I Didn’t Know Yet.”
-Lee Juck is the second of three sons.
-His mother, Park Hye-ran, is a well-known female scholar.
-Lee Juck has a younger brother, Lee Dong Yoon, who is a director and producer.
-His younger brother, Lee Dong-Yoon, directed the drama “The Greatest Love.”
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