Lee Jun-ik has been working in the Korean film industry since 1987. He established his own production company, CineWorld, after directing hit comedy Kid Cop. He has since produced diverse and popular set of films ranging from The Spy, The Anarchists to Let’s Play Dharma. In 2005, he made his directorial comeback with the landmark film King and the Clown, which became a huge success, scoring over 12 million admissions in Korea. His filmography includes Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield (2003), Radio Star (2006) and The Happy Life (2007).