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He was selected for the youth football class of South Korean manager and former professional player Cha Bum-Kun, but an injury in the 5th grade of elementary school put an end to this aspiration.
Early in his career Lee went by the stage name Lee Min because his agency thought his birth name was too ordinary.
He made his film career debut through blockbuster film Public Enemy Returns, which was released in 2008.
After this, he appeared in many other films like Bounty Hunters and many others.
He released his first album My Everything in 2013 and received great appreciation from his fans.
When asked about why he chose the role during an interview he responded "I think I would do a better job playing heavy and more defined roles when I am older.
I think "Personal Taste" was perfect because it is bright, cheerful but you can also laugh and cry over it as well." On why he decided to take on the role of a chaebol heir in high school four years after playing one in Boys Over Flowers, he answered "Before I grew past my 20s, I wanted to play a more upbeat character, one that would allow me to return to that feeling of simple, uncomplicated innocence that I had when I was younger." Premiering on October 9, 2013, The Heirs enjoyed immense popularity both locally, with a peak rating of 28.6%, and internationally, having over one billion hits on the Chinese streaming website i Qiyi.
In 2008 he appeared in various roles on television (dramas Get Up and I Am Sam) and two movies, Public Enemy Returns and Our School's E. During the shooting of the latter he became good friends with actor Kim Su-ro, who later praised him on a variety show: "I recognize a star when I see one. T., I knew that Lee Min-ho would become one of the top actors in the country".
Lee's breakthrough came in 2009 with the lead role of Gu Jun-pyo in KBS's Boys Over Flowers, the Korean adaptation of the popular Shōjo manga of the same name.