Jee-Yun Lee is a remote host/anchor for CP24. Jee is an acclaimed journalist, best known for her work as a consumer specialist in Toronto.
Born in South Korea, Jee's family immigrated to Canada when she was just one year old. She attended North Toronto Collegiate and University of Toronto for history and politics. She credits interning with CTV's "The Dini Petty Show" for helping her find her career direction. In 1995, she returned to classes at Humber College in the graduate journalism program.
Her first job after graduation was with CTV Saskatchewan. Wearing several hats she worked as a videographer, anchor, weather reporter, producer, writer, and lineup editor. In 1997, she returned to central Canada working for CHCH-TV in Hamilton for six years and subsequently with City-TV in Toronto for eight years. Her beats ranged from health, to Queen's Park, to consumer stories.
She has had fun along the way hosting City-TV’s New Year's Eve Bash from Nathan Philips Square from 2002 to 2004. She was also the host of “The Spin” for Star Daily.
Outside of work, Jee has assisted in fundraising and awareness efforts for retinoblastoma (eye cancer) and multiple sclerosis. She also works closely with the Korean Canadian Women's Association focusing on fundraising efforts to provide social and family services to Korean families in Canada.
Jee is also a part-time actress. She has appeared in several movies and television shows including “The Incredible Hulk,” “Camp Rock” with the Jonas Brothers, and “Repo Men.”