Kyung Lah Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, CCN TV

Kyung Lah
Kyung Lah

Kyung Lah Bio

Kyung Lah is a journalist who works for CCN as a Senior National Correspondent based in Los Angeles. Before joining CNN, She worked for 2 years at KNBC as a reporter. Lah was born in South Korea, Seoul, and was raised in Illinois Streamwood.

Kyung Lah Age

Lah was born in Seoul, South Korea on August 27, 1971. Kyung Lah is 51 years old as of 2021

Kyung Lah Height

She is   5 feet 5 / 1.65 m tall.

Kyung Lah Education

Kyung was born in South Korea, Seoul, She grew up in Illinois in Streamwood, From Hoffman Estates High School in Hoffman Estates, Illinois in 1989 Lah graduated. In 1993, from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, She graduated and earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism. Kyung was also a Daily Illini newspaper writer for the schools.

Kyung Lah Husband

She is married to her handsome husband, Curtis Vogel. Curtis Vogel is worked for NBC and he is also a TV producer. In the year 2011, the duo welcomed their first baby.

Kyung Lah Salary

Kyung annually earners a salary of $100K U.S dollars. This is according to CCN anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Kyung Lah Net Worth

Lah Kyung has an annual estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.

Kyung Lah Career

In 1993, She made her debut television at WBBM-TV in Chicago as a field producer and desk assistant. In 1993, Lah became an on-air reporter in Kalamazoo, Michigan for WWMT-TV.In 1995, She joined as a reporter in San Diego KGTV-TV.In January 2000, Kyung joined WBBM-TV in Chicago, lah took a job as an on-air reporter.

In early 2003 She moved to Los Angeles, to take a job in Los Angeles at KNBC, where lah was a midday anchor morning reporter. Kyung had turned down from WBBM-TV  a “half-hearted (contract) renewal offer”.

In March 2005, She was fired for an alleged affair with her field producer Jeff Soto from KNBC-TV in Los Angeles. The due got married at the time and Her husband also worked in the Los Angeles area for NBC.

In late 2005, She joined Newsource CCN as a -based correspondent in Washington, D.C.In November 2007, Lah became CNN’s Tokyo-based correspondent. She was always accompanied by a Japanese interpreter.

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