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Born in Seoul, Korea, Mookie Lee moved to Storrs, Connecticut at the age of three and then was raised in Northbrook, Illinois, for the majority of his teenage years. In 2003, Lee received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he studied Actuarial Science and Finance. He was also a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.

Lee is currently a program manager at an internet loan company and is responsible for the coordination and implementation of business projects. He is also involved in real estate part time. He previously worked at one of the largest global consulting organizations as a consultant in transformation and business strategy, focused on the financial services industry.

Lee enjoys traveling, playing competitive sports (particularly basketball and volleyball) and spending time with his friends and family. He is a die-hard Chicago Bears fan and is a season ticket holder. He describes himself as outgoing, humorous, strong-minded, competitive and athletic. The most important people in his life are God, his parents, John and Mee, and his older sister, Kim, who recently married in the fall of 2006.

Lee is currently single and resides in downtown Chicago. His birth date is November 10, 1981.



Black, blue


Chance by Chanel



Board Games


Video Games

Madden NFL 07

Sports to Play

Basketball, volleyball, football

Sports Teams

The Bulls, The Bears, The White Sox, The Cubs

Outdoor Activities

Boating, skiing, golfing

TV Shows

Seinfeld, CSI, SportsCenter, Entourage, 24


Snatch, Rounders, Goodfellas, Casino


Hip-hop, dance


SmartMoney, Money, GG Magazine, Maxim


The Cobra Event, The Da Vinci Code, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man


Blueberry Morning, Honey Bunches of Oats, Cocoa Puffs


Cherries, mango, strawberries, honeydew

Snack Foods

Tostitos with a hint of Lime, El-Ranchero chips, Flamin' Hot Cheetos


Peanut butter chocolate chip

Candy Bars

Snickers, Kit Kat

Alcoholic Drinks

Bacardi & Diet Coke, Jagermeister bombs


Minute Maid Tropical Punch

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He looked surprised that Lisi was voted out. I guess the boys didn't tell him they changed their mind. I hope he feels he can't trust them and since the immunity idol is hidden in his pocket, he may hold on to it just for himself. Too sweet if the old Moto all go down in flames.

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Survivor's Mookie: "I Wanted to Raise Some Hell!"

by Angel Cohn


Mookie Lee, Survivor: Fiji

Some guys have all the luck, and some guys just have none. That was the sitch for Survivor: Fiji's Mookie Lee. The 25-year-old Chicagoan who got stuck with the losing tribe from the get-go did his best to change his fate by aligning with a group of strong guys, but then they went and betrayed him. Mookie at one point had the hidden immunity idol, but gave it up to save his "Four Horsemen" alliance, where it went to waste. What's more, he was the only Bula Bula tribe mate that never got to live on the luxury beach. TVGuide.com caught up with Mookie after his ouster to get his take on his bad luck.

TVGuide.com: Did you know before watching it that your alliance mate Alex had voted for you?

Mookie Lee: At that time at tribal council, no, I did not know. Afterwards I figured it out.

TVGuide.com: What was your reaction?

Mookie: Initially I was kind of surprised, but [on] the show [last week] he mentioned that he was going to make his vote count, so I kind of understood.

TVGuide.com: Did you have an inkling that the rest of the tribe was going to split their votes between you and Alex?

Mookie: I had no idea. I don't know if Alex had an idea or not and that's why he chose to [vote for me]. Had I been thinking, I probably would have voted against him as well.

TVGuide.com: You unfortunately did not fall in with the right guys for an alliance. They all seemed to turn on you.

Mookie: I know. Is it just me? I lose every immunity challenge, people just turn on me....

TVGuide.com: You never got to live at the nice camp.... No wonder you were looking so exhausted by the end.

Mookie: Exactly. I had lost like 25 to 30 pounds.

TVGuide.com: Do you feel like you were at a disadvantage because you never got to live at the "nice camp"?

Mookie: I definitely feel like I was at a disadvantage. I think if I was on Moto or at least had a couple of days there to eat and get a couple nights' good sleep, I probably would have lasted longer

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