Lee Kwang Hoon is a South Korean director. He studied at Sogang University for his Bachelor of Arts and at Ohio State University to get his Master of Arts. His first movie "Doctor Bong" was the biggest success in the box office in Korea in 1995.
Lee’s 1999 film Ghost in Love (Jaguimo) was one of the leading films in the "new wave" of Korean cinema around the turn of the millennium designed to produce blockbusters to rival Hollywood.
In 2008, Lee was involved in controversy when he accused Kim Tae Kyun, the director of Crossing, of plagiarism.