Yuong-Nam Lee is a Korean Paleontologist.
He got his Bachelor's degree in 1986, and his Master's in 1986, both from Yonsei University in South Korea. He got his PhD from Southern Methodist University in the United States in 1995. Yuong-Nam is currently a professor of the Paleontology Laboratory at Seoul National University in South Korea.
In his studies, he has traveled across North America and Asia, and was part of the Korea-Mongolia International Dinosaur Project in 2006.
Yuong-Nam has helped describe or discover at least eight dinosaurs, including the first ceratopsian discovered in South Korea, Koreaceratops hwaseongensis.