(Muslim Korean Actor) and it tickles, since I'm also a muslim, and know there's some Korean who also a Muslim, but to found out a real actor is a Muslim??
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According Lee Chung Ah’s agency King Kong Entertainment, “They have begun dating since early this year.
They developed into a relationship after starring in tv N’s ‘Flower Boy Ramen Shop’.
In 2006, Lee starred in the family drama Going Together and the omnibus film Ssunday Seoul.
Lee then starred in My Tutor Friend 2 (2007), the sequel to the 2003 hit movie of the same title.
because in every Lee Ki Woo's 'international profile' that I look (such as dramawiki, asiandramawiki) there's no sign about his religion. well tho I could read hangul, but my Korean is total suck, so I just put it on Google translate and the result is.. And Ladies (also Gents, lol) before you copy paste some stuff, please check about the fact first! so you won't feel like an idiot when your fact turns out wrong.
So I looked into his Korean Wikipedia , and instantly I read this 종교 : 천주교 .. and I stumble into soompi's thread for Lee Ki Woo, which already start from 2007. And among his Q&A there's something like this : Well, of course that's not a credible fact. He's not a muslim, not until someone can give me a solid proof, not only some copy paste stuff.She studied Nihongo for her role as a Japanese exchange student who goes to Korea in search of her first love, then meets a happy-go-lucky university student (Park Ki-woong) who becomes her Korean language tutor.A year later, she was cast in Kim Jee-woon's kimchi western The Good, the Bad, the Weird (2008) in a small role as the foster sister of Jung Woo-sung's character.She is best known for her leading roles in the movies Temptation of Wolves (2004) and My Tutor Friend 2 (2007), as well as the cable drama Flower Boy Ramen Shop (2011).Lee Chung-ah began her acting career by playing supporting roles in the movies Resurrection of the Little Match Girl (2002) and Happy Ero Christmas (2003). (: Cheong-a: I love the show and you are so beautiful.