Korean actress Lee Da-hey became a new talent of FNC Entertainment, most famous for launching K-pop bands FTISLAND and CNBLUE’s agency.
Lee has made an exclusive management contract with FNC Entertainment and is set to focus on local activities, FNC said in a press release on Monday.
Lee, 29, who shot to stardom through SBS romcom series “My Girl” in 2005, continued to build her filmography in numerous hit dramas ”The Slave Hunter,” ”Miss Ripley” and most recently, KBS action blockbuster “IRIS 2.”
In 2012, she starred in Chinese 30-part romantic comedy “Love Actually” opposite to Chinese top actor Joseph Cheng and grabbed noticeable success, receiving the top TV actress award on LETV Film & Drama Awards.
By scouting Lee, FNC Entertainment, who also takes care of careers of actors Park Kwang-hyun, Yoon Jin-seo and Lee Dong-gun, added strong move to its steady steps from K-pop agency to general entertainment company.
Reporter. Cory Lee
Courtesy of FNC Entertainment