Joon Lee Biography
Joon Lee is a South Korean-born American journalist currently working as a writer for ESPN. Before joining ESPN in April 2019, Lee was working as a staff writer for Bleacher Report.
Joon Lee Age
Joon was born in 1995 in Seoul, South Korea. He is 27 years old.
Joon Lee Height
Lee stands at a moderate height is 5 ft 5 inches ( approx 1.65m ).
Joon Lee Education
He graduated in 2013 from Brookline High School where he earned his high school diploma. Additionally, Joon later enrolled at the University of Boston in 2013 before transferring to Cornell University where in 2017 attained a bachelor’s degree in communication.
During his stint at Cornell University, Lee served for the Cornell Daily Sun and WVBR Radio. Furthermore, at Boston University, He served for the Daily Free Press.
Joon Lee Family
Joon was born and raised to his caring parents in Seoul, South Korea. However, He was raised in Brookline, Massachusetts after his parents migrated to the USA in 1995 when he was two months old.
Furthermore, Lee was raised along with his younger pretty sister Aryn who celebrates her birthday every May 31. Moreso, Joon Lee is of Korean descent.
Joon Lee Wife
He is a famous baseball writer for ESPN. However, Leen has been secretive about his current love life status. As a result, Joon has not disclosed whether he is dating, engaged, single, or even married. We will update you on this section as soon as he shares the details about his relationship.
Joon Lee Salary
Joon’s annual salary is $97,600 per year. This is according to ESPN News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Joon Lee Net Worth
Lee has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Joon Lee Career
He works as an MLB(Major League Baseball) staff writer for ESPN. While working for ESPN, Lee is a regular host of Baseball Tonight Live(BBTN), the network’s streamed pregame show. Furthermore, Joon is also a contributor to MLB game telecasts on ESPN.
During his stint with ESPN, He has provided coverage for the unwritten rules of the game, the experience of women in baseball, and the rise of MLB’s Ivy League culture. Additionally, during the coverage for KBO League coverage, Lee was a regular contributor in the 2020 season.
Before joining ESPN in 2019, Lee was working for Bleacher report as a staff writer between January 2017 to March 2019.
During his career as a journalist, Joon’s work on B/R has been featured in The Sunday Longfor, recognized by the Associated Press Sports Editors and the Best American Sports Writing series.