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LEE SEUNG-HWAN ( Hangul
Hangul
: 이승환; born December 13, 1965 in Busan
Busan
, South Korea) is a South Korean pop singer and rocker , songwriter and producer.

CONTENTS

* 1 Biography * 2 Filmography

* 3 Awards

* 3.1 Mnet Asian Music Awards
Mnet Asian Music Awards

* 4 References * 5 External links

BIOGRAPHY

Lee Seung-hwan
Lee Seung-hwan
was born in Busanjin , Busan
Busan
, South Korea. He has released more than 10 different singles, albums and EPs that reached number one. This commercial success was repeated in South Korea; his own company, Dream Factory, estimated that he has sold over 10 million records, including singles. Lee is a first musician as a president of his company. His debut album, "...B.C 603" propelled him to stardom on October 15, 1989. He won the New Artist's Gold Disc in 1991. He has held more 1000 solo concerts and those concerts have been contributed to develop Korea pop-culture.

Lee's personal life has gained much attention from the media as a result of his stardom. His marriage to Chae Rim in 2003 received much publicity. The couple's divorce in 2006 was publicized.

"Chakage Salja ( Hangul
Hangul
: 착하게 살자; lit, Let's Live a Good Life)" is a fund-raising concert which Lee hosts every year. Part of the money raised goes to Korean Childhood Leukemia Foundation.

FILMOGRAPHY

YEAR NETWORK TITLE NOTES

2015 KBS2 You Hee-yeol\'s Sketchbook Ep. 265

AWARDS

MNET ASIAN MUSIC AWARDS

YEAR CATEGORY WORK RESULT

1999 Best Male Artist "A Request" Won

Music Video of the Year (daesang) Won

Best Ballad Performance Nominated

Best Music Video Director (for Cha Eun-taek (차은택)) Nominated

2000 Best Male Artist "Live A Long Long Time" Nominated

Best Ballad Performance Nominated

2002 Best Male Artist "Mistake" (잘못) Nominated

Special
Special
Jury Prize Nominated

Music Video Pioneer Award N/A Won

2003 Best Ballad Performance "Flower" Nominated

REFERENCES

* ^ Lee Jaewon (이재원) (2006-03-31). 이승환-채림 커플 3년 만에 \\'이혼 도장\\' (IN KOREAN). SPORT HANKOOK . RETRIEVED 2008-02-07. * ^ "1999 M.net Korean Music Festival Winners list" Archived 2014-10-09 at the Wayback Machine