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Lee Byung-hun's Sister Changes Her Name

2018/12/05 | 1374 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Byung-hun's sister Lee Eun-hee changed her name to Lee Ji-an and she's making her first appearance on TV.

Lee Ji-an is starring in the TV Chosun's variety show "Love Clinic". Lee Pil-mo's lover Seo Soo-yeon's best friend is Lee Ji-an.

Lee Ji-an is known more as Lee Byung-hun's sister. However, she made her debut earlier than Lee Byung-hun they were kids. She was also chosen Miss Korea in 1996.

She appeared on TV every once in a while and in 2013, she starred in the JTBC "Miss Korea Secret Garden".

Lee Ji-an married in 2012, but got divorced four years later. She was seen at a launching event in June after that.

She appeared on TV recently as the owner of the pension which Lee Pil-mo takes Seo Soo-yeon to. They had a barbeque party late at night and the three of them started talking about many things. While Lee Pil-mo left his seat, Seo Soo-yeon told Lee Ji-an how she felt and even cried.

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