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Kim Min-suk and Lee Joo-bin's Agencies Responds to Dating Rumors

2017/12/28 | 878 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Joo-bin's agency addressed the dating rumors with Kim Min-suk and confirmed that the two are just friends. They coincidentally ran into each other in Fukuoka, Japan and had dinner together.

Kim Min-suk's agency also reported to News 1 that he is not in a relationship with Lee Joo-bin. They are just friends who happened to be in Japan at the same time, so they had dinner together. Kim Min-suk is travelling Japan with his friends.

Lee Joo-bin is a rookie actress who starred in Block B's music video "Yesterday" and director Yang Ik-joon's short film. She's appearing in "Mr. Sunshine" next year as well as web-movie "Joseon Farmer".

Kim Min-suk recently starred in the tvN drama "This Life Is Our First Life" and has been in the dramas "Descendants of the Sun", "The Attorney", and "Age of Youth 2".

Source : news1.kr/articles/?31...

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