Lee Seung-joon (born April 23, 1978) is a South Korean actor. Lee was among the non-mainstream, little-known actors who appeared in Project 577, a 2012 documentary about a cross-country trek from Seoul to Haenam. In 2014, he played his first starring role in a feature film in the indie Go, Stop, Murder, a fantasy thriller about Go-Stop gambling.
|Revised Romanization||I Seung-jun|
|2006||How to Make a Motion Picture||Jeong-woo||short film|
|2007||Seongbuk Port||Kim In-bae||short film|
|Ordinary People||short film|
|2008||Beastie Boys||Kang Hyeon-seong|
|The Good, the Bad, the Weird||member of Sam-gook's gang|
|Down to the Girl||short film|
|2009||A Worse Crime||short film|
|2012||Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time||member of Pan-ho's gang|
|2014||Go, Stop, Murder||Sang-i|
|2008||HDTV Literature "My Bloody Valentine"||Mu-seong||KBS1|
- Kwaak, Je-yup (30 August 2012). "577 Project wraps truth in laughter". The Korea Times. Retrieved 4 October 2014.
- Ahn, Yi-seul (31 March 2014). '고스톱살인' 이승준 "고스톱? 전혀 못 쳐요"(인터뷰). Star News (in Korean). Retrieved 30 September 2014.
- Yoo, Ji-yoon (13 March 2014). '고스톱 살인' 이승준 "좋은 분들과 재미있는 이야기 만들었다". Herald (in Korean). Retrieved 30 September 2014.
- "Now Playing: Go, Stop, Murder". Korea JoongAng Daily. 21 March 2014. Retrieved 4 October 2014.