Lee Kyung-sim left the entertainment industry and disappeared.
Lee Kyung-sim left the entertainment industry and disappeared.
Actress Lee Kyung-sim opened up about the difficult life she had after leaving the entertainment industry due to a conflict with her agency and getting married.

Lee Kyung-sim, a teen star from the 90s, appeared in episode 634 of MBN's 'Scoop World', which aired on the 9th.

Lee Kyung-sim is an actress who debuted at the age of 13 and appeared in over 100 commercials, and was called the 'Bookstand Goddess'. She enjoyed peak popularity by acting in hit dramas such as 'Tomorrow's Love' and 'Youth's Sunny Spot', but disappeared at some point. .

Currently, Kyung-sim Lee was raising a 13-year-old elementary school daughter. In addition, they were raising 7 dogs, 1 cat, and 2 chinchillas. About her husband, she said, "I retired from golf and am now a coach. I often go out to the countryside because it is the children's competition season."

Kyung-sim Lee said, “My mother, who was suffering from dementia, suddenly passed away from pneumonia in January of this year.” Lee Gyeong-sim had not yet been able to sort out all of her mother's belongings, and she shed tears at the traces of her mother left throughout the house, saying, "I was so heartbroken because I wasn't really prepared for the separation. I think it's still big now."

Lee Kyung-sim also spoke about the reason she left the entertainment industry. He said, "I signed a 5-year contract with my agency, but the direction I thought of and the direction of the company were very different. So I was in a situation where I couldn't work. I had the difficulty of having to pay three times the down payment I received," he said. "At that time, even though I really wanted to, “Because I couldn’t do it, I stayed away from broadcasting and didn’t watch anything,” he explained.

Lee Gyeong-sim married professional golfer Kim Chang-min in 2005 and started a family. However, due to business failure, he also incurred enormous debt. She said, "I supported my husband, but I really wanted to start a golf business. My husband also told me to do it, so I did sports marketing. It was difficult because I'm not an expert and it's not my path. I lost about 2 billion won."

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter youyou@tenasia.co.kr translated by google