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Lee Joon-hyuk to come back with "My Spring Days"

2014/07/13 | 877 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Joon-hyuk claimed he has not decided to star in the new MBC drama "My Spring Days".

According to his agency, it's just one of the scripts he's looking through at the moment.

He's thinking carefully about what his first drama is going to be after being discharged from the military.

A media source reported that Lee Joon-hyuk was going to be starring in "My Spring Days".

Until now, Lee Joon-hyuk has starred in series such as SBS "City Hunter", "City Hall" KBS "The Equator Man" and more. He was admitted to the 306 Training Camp on the 19th of June in 2012 and was discharged on the 18th of March.

"My Spring Days" is about a woman living a new life after having received a new heart. Produced by Lee Jae-dong and written by Park Ji-sook.

Kam Woo-sung and Soo-yeong from Girls' Generation are also looking through the script.

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