Lee Mi-sook (Hangul: 이미숙; born on April 2, 1960) is a South Korean actress. Lee was born in North Chungcheong province, South Korea in 1960. She graduated from Singwang Girls' High School. Lee is referred to as one of "The Troika of the 1980s" along with Won Mi-kyung and Lee Bo-hee who dominated the screen of the time. Lee won the Miss Lotte Favorite Award, and was elected as a TV actress of TBC, and debuted with Moreuneun cheolbuji directed by Kim Eung-cheon in 1979. She starred in Fire Bird directed by Lee Gyeong-tae in 1980, and won the New Actress Award at Grand Bell Awards.