Honey Lee is the New MC for 'Get it Beauty'
D-Bo , Jan. 16, 2015, 4:34 p.m.
Former Miss Korea winner Honey Lee is the new MC for OnStyle network's show 'Get It Beauty'. Looking tall and showing off her womanly curves in the pictures, Honey Lee exudes a simple yet sexy girl-next-door look in shimmery pants and a white T-shirt. In the dance, though, she shows a more cute and sweet side by laughing when asked to dance, then obliges with confidence to the tune of "Bang Bang." Soyu and Kim Jung Min will be joining her as the MCs of the show. The first episode will be on February 4!
Lee Ha Nui better known as Honey Lee is a Korean actress, classical musician, gayageum player and beauty pageant titleholder. She is also one of the most well-known vegetarians in Korea with her TV show, Lee Ha-Nui's Vegan Recipe. She represented her country at the Miss Universe 2007 pageant in Mexico City and placed 3rd Runner-up.
Lee Ha-nui is the middle child of two daughters and one son. Her father was a high-ranking official with the National Intelligence Service. Her mother is a Ph.D in Korean Music History and is a professor at Ewha Womans University, has exclusive performances, leads a Gayagum Concert group, and was designated the title of Human Cultural Asset No. 23 in Korea due to her superb musical skills. She is also a music director of Gimhae City Gayageum Orchestra, trustee of the Yegahoe Corporation, and visiting scholar at New York University in 2008 to 2009.
Lee's older sister also graduated with a degree in Korean traditional music from Seoul National University. She has released three albums since 2005 ― "The Song of String," "In the Green Cafe?" and "Blossom." She is a member of the KBS Orchestra of Traditional Korean Music and has received the President's Award from Korea's National Classical Music Institute. Currently a doctoral student in Korean classical music at Seoul National University, she has performed at such venues as Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, KBS Hall, the University of California, Los Angeles and Carnegie Hall.
Lee, like her mother and older sister, is also a professional gayageum player, and was named a gayageum prodigy by the Kumho Art Center, the most prestigious musical foundation in Korea. She has released 4 CDs and played in more than 25 countries worldwide, including concerts at Carnegie Hall in New York City. She has been involved in volunteer work for UNICEF, Compassion, World Vision and is the Goodwill Ambassador forBeautiful Mind Charity and Korea Green Foundation. She also holds a 3rd degree black belt in Taekwondo, is a scuba diver, and a competitive skier