Lee Sung-Min - Filmography - Musical Theatre

Musical Theatre

Year Title Role
2009 Royal Musical Akilla Ro
2010 Hong Gildong Hong Gildong
2011-2013 Jack the Ripper Daniel
2013 Summer Snow Natsuo

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