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Lee Si-young apologizes, "I hadn't slept when I mispronounced "The Front Line""

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Lee Si-young issued an apology for mispronouncing "The Front Line".

On the January 22nd episode of "Section TV" she responded to the question "What was the most regrettable part of last year?" by saying, "I'm not the kind of person to make a mistake at such an official ceremony".

At last year's Cheongryong Film Awards, while introducing Ko Chang-seok she mispronounced the film title "The Front Line", saying it incorrectly.

She also said, "I really don't know how I let that happen last year. It was such a serious affair and I hadn't slept. I'm so sorry!"

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