Lee Dohyun is a South Korean actor. He made his acting debut in the 2017 TV series Prison Playbook.

Lee Dohyun Profile

Lee Dohyun
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NameLee Dohyun | 이도현 | 李到晛
Full NameLim Donghyun | 임동현 | 林東玄
Date of BirthApril 11, 1995
Place of BirthSeoul, South Korea
HometownIlsandong-gu, Goyang, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Height182cm | 6′-00″
Blood TypeA
Zodiac SignAries
FamilyMother, Father, Younger Brother, Dog
EducationChung-Ang University (BA)
Sewon High School
Baeksin Middle School
Geumgye Elementary School
Debut2017 TV Series Prison Playbook
Years Active2017 – present
LabelYue Hua Entertainment
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Lee Dohyun Filmography

TV Series

YearDrama TitleRole • EP
2022The GloryJu Yeojeong
2021MelancholiaBaek Seungyoo • Baek Minjae
Youth of MayHwang Heetae
2020Sweet HomeLee Eunhyeok
18 AgainHong Daeyoung • Go Wooyoung
2019Scouting ReportGwak Jaewon
Hotel Del LunaGo Cheongmyeong
2018-2019Clean with Passion for NowGil Ohdol
2018Still 17Dong Haebeom
2017Prison Playbookyoung Lee Joonho
2021Beyond EvilEP01-02, EP05, EP11
2019The Great ShowEP01-03

Lee Dohyun Facts

  • He is a Christian.
  • He started taking acting classes in the second year of high school.
  • Lee Dohyun received his bachelor’s degree in theatre from Chung-Ang University.
  • His Strength: He can be passionate about anything.
  • He spends his free time exercising and walking his dog.
  • He played point guard (basketball position) in middle school.
  • Actor Ju Jihoon is his role model.
  • He cannot eat shellfish.
  • He originally auditioned for the role of Ji Hyunjoong in Hotel Del Luna and was offered the role of Yeonwoo before finally landing the role of Go Cheongmyeong.


  • Actor: Lee Byunghun
  • Color: blue
  • Season of the Year: fall
  • Sports: basketball, futsal


  • Mother
  • Father
  • Younger Brother
    Name: Lim Donghyuk | 임동혁
    Born: 1997
    He has a developmental disability.
  • Gaeul (female)
    Breed: Welsh Corgi
    Dohyun adopted Gaeul from a rescue in 2018.

References: February 2020 Esquire, October 2020 W Korea, 201120 MK Sports, November 2020 GQ Korea