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Ferrero Rocher model Lee Min-ho attends 'Eatalian' Christmas Event

2015/12/16 | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Min-ho who is modeling for the Italian Premium chocolate Ferrero Rocher, attended a Christmas Event hosted by EATALY, the dine and culture section of Hyundai Department Store in Pangyo.

He wore a neat suit with golden points here and there and said during an interview, "I am happy to be here prior to Christmas".

He was asked about the common factors between Christmas and Ferrero Rocher and he said, "They both make one recall of precious people around them. Everyone should share a Ferrero Rocher and make your Christmas more special". After this interview, Lee Min-ho autographed custom made papers for those who were chosen specially prior to the event.

After the autograph session Lee Min-ho said Christmas greetings in Italian and greeted his fans.

Meanwhile, Ferror Roche launched the Italian campaign in October and created an advertisement taken in Rome.

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