Lee Hwa-Kyung was bornon 1970 in Seoul, South Korea, South Korea, is Orion Corp.. Lee Hwa-Kyung is the second daughter of Dongyang Group founder Lee Yang-Koo. She began her career in Donyang's confectionery business, now known as Orion Confectionery, in 1975. Orion's portfolio includes more than 100 brands in such categories as biscuits, caramel, chewing gum and snacks. The company's most famous product is Choco Pie, consisting of a combination of biscuit, chocolate and marshmallow filling. Orion sales are booming in China: the country generates twice as much revenue for the company as does South Korea. Her husband, Dam Chul-Gon, serves as chairman; the figure for net worth includes his $495 million stake. She is now in charge of Orion's Showbox entertainment business.
His next project is the Chinese film Amazing Father and Daughter (2016), which will start production at the end of 2015 and release next year
7 (2013) became the biggest hit of the year with more than 12
His next two features, Lump Sugar (2006) revolves around Si-eun who dreams of becoming a jockey and Champ (2011), which is based on a true story, depicts the relationship between a recently injured racehorse and the jockey who is gradually losing his eyesight
Lee Hwan-kyung (born 1970) is a South Korean film director and screenwriter