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Jang Keun-suk buys building worth over 10 billion Won

2011/04/21 | Permalink | Source

It appears that actor Jang Keun-suk has purchased a building worth 10 billion won (US$10 million) in Seoul.

His management told Star News on the 21st, "He has bought a building in Seoul in March".

This building is 6 stories high and the former owner was comedian Seo Se-won. The purchase price is about 10 billion won and Jang Keun-suk has exclusive ownership.

A spokesperson said, "He was able to purchase the building with the money he had been saving by being active nationally and internationally. The use of the building is unsure yet but it's not for his personal investment".

Meanwhile, Jang Keun-suk was awarded the most influential artist award at the 15th China Music Awards and Asia Influential Awards on the 15th.

His drama "You're Beautiful" is also a matter of issue in Japan and its being shown in 60 theaters worldwide, being greatly popular in Korea, Japan and China.

Jang Guen-seok's first single is due to be released this 27th.

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