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Lee Byung-hun to Go Postal in Japan

2005/05/09 | 116 views |  | Permalink | Source

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Popular actor Byeong-heon will join fellow actor Bae Yong-joon in getting his own postal stamp in Japan, a Japanese sports daily reported last week.

The commemorative stamp will bear the image of Lee, who starred in such films as "A Bittersweet Life" and "Everybody has Secrets" and the drama "All In". It will go on sale on May 15.

A new stamp of Bae and actress Choi Ji-woo, the stars of the hit drama "Winter Sonata", will also go on sale on the same day.

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