Lee Sung-hyun Wiki, Bio, Height, Age, Net Worth, Wife, Girlfriend and Career

We all know Lee Sung-hyun is a famous celebrity. In this article you will see Lee Sung-hyun wiki, bio, age, net worth, height, weight, wife, girlfriend, relationship, career and unknown facts.

He is well-known across the world for His profession and passion. With a great and humble nature, He won people’s hearts.

Lee Sung-hyun was born on 10 January 1991 in Incheon, South Korea. Now, He is 30 years old . He was born and raised with His family in Incheon, South Korea.

Lee Sung-hyun Bio and Wiki

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Lee Sung-hyun Age, Birthdate, Religion, Debut and Birthplace

He grew up with His family & friends in Incheon, South Korea. Since His childhood He was very intelligent. Lee Sung-hyun is 30 years old .

Date of Birth 10 January 1991
Age 30 years old
Birthplace Incheon, South Korea
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Hometown Incheon, South Korea
Hobby Art / Drawing / Painting
Nationality (Country) South Korean
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
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Lee Sung-hyun Height, Weight and Body Measurements

Lee Sung-hyun height in Feet: 5 feet 2 inch
Meter: 1.57m
CentiMeters: 157.5cm tall and He weight is Pound: 131 lbs
Kilograms: 59.5 KG. Lee Sung-hyun body measurements are 35-24-33 and He has a great body shape.

His hair color is Blowout Burgundy and He has a gorgeous eye with Blue color.

Height Feet: 5 feet 2 inch
Meter: 1.57m
CentiMeters: 157.5cm
Weight Pound: 131 lbs
Kilograms: 59.5 KG
Body Measurement 35-24-33
Hair Color Blowout Burgundy
Eye Color Blue

Lee Sung-hyun Net Worth, Salary and Monthly Income

Lee Sung-hyun net worth is $5 Million – $6 Million USD, He is very passionate about His profession. He believes that His profession is His religion.

Lee Sung-hyun monthly income is $21000 – $23000 USD and His earning sources are advertisements, brand deals, business, etc.

Net Worth $5 Million – $6 Million USD
Net Worth (Previous Year) $4.5 Million – $5 Million USD
Salary (Monthly Income) $21000 – $23000 USD

Lee Sung-hyun, Wife, Girlfriend, Children, Siblings and Family

Lee Sung-hyun loves His family and He wishes that they were living together for their whole life. We are trying to collect every piece of information about His family, as soon as we got it we post it here.

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Marital Status Unmarried
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Lee Sung-hyun Favorite Thing

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Favorite Car Tesla
Favorite Color Gray
Favorite Bike SUZUKI GSX-R1000R
Favorite Place Norway
Favorite Book The Odyssey by Homer
Favorite Movie The Matrix (1999)
Favorite Song I Will Survive
Favorite Food Rendang
Favorite Sport Tennis
Favorite Perfume Versace
Favorite Pet Guinea Pigs

Lee Sung-hyun Career and Unknown Facts

He took a split decision over Elam Ngor at the K-1 World MAX 2013 World Championship Tournament Quarter Finals – Part 2 in Gran Canaria, Spain on January 11, 2014 in a close, technical affair where Ngor landed a few low blows. At the K-1 World MAX 2013 World Championship Tournament Final 4 in Baku, Azerbaijan on February 23, 2014, he lost to Buakaw Banchamek by UD in the semi-finals. He is expected to face Hiroaki Suzuki at -65 kg/143 lb at Shootboxing 2014: Act 3 in Tokyo on June 21, 2014.

Lee was initially set to fight Andrei Kulebin at the K-1 World MAX 2013 World Championship Tournament Final in Pattaya, Thailand on July 26, 2014. The event was postponed due to the 2014 Thai coup d’état, however.

As of April 2013, Lee is ranked the #4 lightweight in the world by LiverKick.com.

With this, he earned a rematch with Yuki and a shot at the RISE Lightweight (-63 kg/138.9 lb) Championship in the main event of the RISE 91/M-1 ~Infinity II~ co-promotion on January 6, 2013. The fight went very much like their first encounter, where Lee used his advantage in speed and combinations to score on Yuki, particularly with low kicks that damaged the more powerful striker and led to a stoppage in round four and captured Lee the title as well as the #4 place in the world lightweight rankings. He then moved up to -70 kg/154 lb and returned to K-1 after a two-year absence to compete in the K-1 Korea MAX 2013 eight man tournament in Seoul on February 2, 2013. Drawn against Shingo Garyu in the quarter-finals, he scored a low kick knockdown over his Japanese opponent in round two before completely taking over in three. Lee dropped him again with a right cross after hurting him with a body shot and at times simply teed off on Garyu who was content to block punches with his face. Having won by unanimous decision, he then went up against Zheng Zhao Yu in the semis and won via TKO with a front kick to the body in the second round after forcing a standing eight count earlier. Pongthong Jetsada awaited him in the final, and Lee outpointed the Thai to win a unanimous decision and take the tournament crown. He remained at -70 kg/154 lb for his next outing as he made his Glory debut against Yoshihiro Sato at Glory 8: Tokyo – 2013 65kg Slam on May 3, 2013. Giving up 12 cm/4 inches in height, Lee lost to Sato by unanimous decision in a close match. Lee dropped to 65 kg/143 lb to fight RISE’s super lightweight title holder Yasuomi Soda in a non-championship bout at RISE 94 on July 19, 2013. Soda was shown a yellow card after low blowing Lee twice in round one but stormed back to win a majority decision and stop Lee’s five-fight winning streak in the promotion. Having qualified for the tournament with his K-1 Korea win, Lee beat Charles François by unanimous decision after scoring a first round knockdown at the K-1 World MAX 2013 World Championship Tournament Final 16 in Majorca, Spain on September 14, 2013.

Lee bounced back with an extension round points win over Park Byung-kyu at The Khan 3: New Generation in Seoul on January 15, 2012 before taking on another reigning RISE champion, lightweight titlist Yuki, in a 64 kg/141 lb non-title affair at RISE 88 on June 2, 2012, and winning a majority decision. In the main event of RISE 89 on July 1, 2012, Lee Sung-hyun was able to beat Yuto Watanabe by technical knockout in an extension round. Although he was floored with a spinning back kick in round two, Lee controlled the rest of the bout and earned an extra round in which he dropped Watanabe twice, forcing the referee to call off the bout. He was scheduled to fight Hiroshi Mizumachi at RISE 90 on October 25, 2012 in a #1 contender’s bout for a shot at Yuki’s lightweight belt, but Mizumachi pulled out two weeks before with an injury and was replaced by Shohei Asahara. Lee bettered Asahara on the judges’ scorecards and took a unanimous decision. At the RISE and M-1 Muaythai Challenge co-promoted event ~Infinity I~ on December 2, 2012, he knocked out Buakaw Weerasakreck with a right cross towards the end of the first round in a 63.5 kg/140 lb bout.

He was then recruited by Krush to compete in the tournament to crown the promotion’s inaugural 63 kg/138 lb champion. At the Krush First Generation King Tournaments ~Round.2~ in Tokyo, Japan on January 9, 2011, he fought Koya Urabe at the quarter-final stage. The bout was scored a draw after the regulation three rounds and so an extension round was needed to decide a winner, after which Urabe was awarded the unanimous decision. Lee returned to his home country and won a four-man tournament in Seoul on June 17, 2011, beating both Son Jun-hyuk and Park Don-fa by unanimous decision to be crowned the RISE Korea Super Lightweight (-65 kg/143.3 lb) Champion. This further established him as a top prospect in the region and he was soon employed to fight on the main RISE events headquartered in Tokyo. At RISE 85 on November 23, 2011, Lee’s momentum was slowed down as he lost in a non-title bout against RISE Super Lightweight Champion Koji Yoshimoto via unanimous decision. Had he not been deducted a point before the start of the fight for missing the contracted weight, he would have gotten a majority draw.

Lee Sung-hyun first came to prominence by winning the KMAA Korean Welterweight Championship and debuted in K-1 on March 20, 2009, beating Kim Tae-hwan by unanimous decision at K-1 Award & MAX Korea 2009 in Seoul, South Korea. In his sophomore appearance in the promotion, he took another unanimous decision over Kizaemon Saiga at the K-1 World MAX 2010 in Seoul World Championship Tournament Final 16 on October 3, 2010. After a slow opening round, Lee began to pull ahead in the second as he dropped Saiga twice in quick succession; firstly with a seven strike combination that culminated in a liver punch and then with a left hook and right low kick combo.

Lee Sung-hyun (Korean: 이성현 ; born January 10, 1991) is a South Korean kickboxer who competes in the lightweight, welterweight and middleweight divisions. Known for his speed and sophisticated combinations, Lee debuted in K-1 in March 2009 and further established himself by winning the RISE Korea Super Lightweight Championship in June 2011. He then went on compete regularly for RISE in Japan and had a breakout year in 2013 by winning the K-1 Korea MAX 2013 Tournament and the RISE lightweight title.

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FAQs About Lee Sung-hyun

What is Lee Sung-hyun’s Net worth?

Ans. Lee Sung-hyun net worth is $5 Million – $6 Million USD.

How old Lee Sung-hyun is?

Ans. Lee Sung-hyun is 30 years old .

What is the birthdate of Lee Sung-hyun?

Ans. He was born on 10 January 1991.

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