李政潤，韓國國家舞蹈團首席舞者及編舞家 (2002~2014年)，為韓國中生代著名編舞家。漢陽大學傳統舞蹈研究博士、韓國藝術綜合大學碩士，及成均館大學舞蹈學士。2011年起担任韓國 Motion Plant 舞團的藝術總監，以及 Lee Jeong-Yun 舞團團長，現為國立臺北藝術大學舞蹈系客座教授。
2000年獲韓國 Dong A 舞蹈大賽之首獎，2012年獲韓國文化部頒發當年藝術家獎 (The Artist of the Year)，2015年代表韓國獲選為世界舞蹈聯盟 (World Dance Alliance) 主辦國際青春編舞營 (International Young Choreography Project) 之編舞家，並參與2015世界舞蹈日國際編舞計劃。2018 年擔任平昌冬季奧運開幕式編創總監。過去三年來，共編創了22首精彩的舞蹈作品，分別在韓國以及世界各地出演呈現。
A renowned Korean choreographer, Lee Jeong-Yun was the principal dancer and choreographer at the National Dance Troupe of Korea from 2002 to 2014. He holds a PhD in Traditional Dance Studies from Hanyang University, an MFA from Korea National University of Arts and a bachelor degree in dance from Sungkyunkwan University. He was appointed the artistic director of Motion Plant Dance Company (MPDC) in 2011 and has been working with the dance company ever since. He is also the director of the Lee Jeong-Yun Dance Company, and is currently a visiting professor at the Department of Dance, Taipei National University of the Arts.
Lee’s work shows a vivid ethnic style, and he also specializes in Korean contemporary ballet. Not only does his work overflow with the beauty of traditional Korean dance, it is also enriched with the expressive physical language of contemporary dance style. When choreographing, Lee often ingeniously blends modern dance into traditional Korean dance, reinventing the cultural legacy of his native land. In recent years, he has created numerous solo and duet dance pieces as well as group dances, such as his Ganggangsullae. It’s a Korean traditional dance piece involving more than ten performers and blended tradition and contemporary together. In his work, audiences can appreciate the spirit and essence of delicate Korean traditional dance while being immersed in the powerful dynamics of contemporary dance.
Lee was awarded the First Prize of Korea’s Dong A Dance Competition in 2000, and was awarded The Artist of the Year by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. In 2015, He was selected as the representative choreographer for the International Young Choreography Project hosted by the World Dance Alliance in Korea, and participated in the international choreography project for the 2015 International Dance Day. He was appointed choreography director for the closing ceremony and performance of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. For the past three years, Lee has created twenty-two outstanding dance pieces, respectively performed in Korea and various places around the world.