Lee Won Seob, known professionally as Lee Ho Chul, is a South Korean actor. He graduated from the Myongji College of Theater and Film and made a few appearances in the movies "Africa" in 2002 and "Elbowroom" in 2011 before making his official debut in the 2013 movie "Friend 2: The Great Legacy".
His family comes from a relatively humble background so he emigrated to Japan at age 19 and did plenty of part-time jobs to send some money back home. He was only able to enroll in college at age 25 and even then, he was not sure if he wanted to go into acting because he suffers from alopecia and presbyopia despite still being young, so he thought no movie or drama director will cast him. He has appeared in several hit movies such as "A Taxi Driver" in 2017 and the highly acclaimed dramas “Dr. Romantic 2” and “The King: Eternal Monarch” in 2020.
(Source: Korean = Namu Wiki || Translation = MyDramaList)