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Lee Byung-hun pays a surprise visit to 'Please Come Back, Mister' filming set to cheer for his wife Lee Min-jung

2016/03/11 | 8108 views | Permalink | Source

It has been known that Lee Byung-hun paid a surprise visit to the filming set of SBS' Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Please Come Back, Mister".

A source in the broadcasters circle told TV Report on March 12th, "Lee Byung-hun came over while "Please Come Back, Mister" filming was going on in the Nonhyeon-dong area around at midnight last March 8th".

His actress wife Lee Min-jung is currently starring in 'Please Come Back Mister'. Although it was late at night, Lee Byung-hun came to the filming set in order to cheer for Lee Min-jung. He stayed around the filming set for about an hour, while exchanging greetings with the staff members and actors. He then left the place after Lee Min-jung's part finished filming.

In "Please Come Back, Mister", Lee Min-jung plays Sin Da-hye, wife of Kim Yeong-soo (Kim In-kwon); the man in his 40s, a section manager for many years with no hope to be promoted, died from overwork.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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