Mi-Jung Lee



Mi-Jung Lee Born September 12, 1966 (age 50) (; born in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do, South Korea) is a Korean Canadian television personality, based in Vancouver. She graduated from Sir Charles Tupper Secondary School in 1984 and had served as co-host of the Western Canada edition of the breakfast television program Canada AM, until its cancellation in June 2008. Earlier in her career, she was a news anchor for CHEK-TV in Victoria. She is currently an anchor at CTV British Columbia as the 11:30 weeknight anchor. Earlier in her career, She was the anchor of Global BC News Hour Final weeknights at 11 until 1998. Right after that Jill Krop took her place as anchor. Lee has appeared as a reporter or news anchor in several TV shows and films including Snakes on a Plane, X-Men: The Last Stand, Tron: Legacy, Hot Rod and Watchmen.

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