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"Gu Family Book" Lee Yeon-hee gets proposed to with a bouquet bigger than herself

2013/04/04 | 1791 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Yeon-hee is being proposed to by Choi Jin-hyuk with flowers than are bigger than her in the MBC drama "Gu Family Book".

Lee Yeon-hee takes on the role of Yoon Seo-hwa, an escapee in the Jiri Mountain because of her father. And Choi Jin-hyuk takes on the role of Goo Wol-ryeong, a protector of the mountains.

In the picture, Lee Yeon-hee is smiling with a bouquet of flowers and Choi Jin-hyuk is holding flowers that are bigger than her.

The way the both of them are smiling are full of love and shyness which shows they are just at the beginning of a pink lit romance.

In this scene that was taken in February, the flowers were transported to the valleys to create a more real-like scene.

Meanwhile, "Gu Family Book" is about a half-man, half-beast struggling to become human.

Source : star.mk.co.kr/new/vie...

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