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Lee Mi-yeon tears, "Love is something two people have to work to keep"

2011/08/18 | 2121 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Mi-yeon made cried on the tvN TV program "Taxi". She seemed to have lost control of her affectionate heart and teared up.

Comparing her love style to 'hot like fire', Lee Mi-yeon claimed she had instinctive and passionate love and chose never changing love as the most ideal kind. She also reminisced, "Love is something two people need to work on to keep".

Lee Mi-yeon also spoke about concerns between her fancy-free life as an actress and the steady life her parents want. "I don't think I should worry my aging parents. Now I think I should show them steady love rather than a love like fire" and moved to tears as she thought her parents.

Meanwhile, Lee Mi-yeon spoke about the various episodes she's been through as an actress and the embarrassing times she had to endure because of her punctuality. "Lee Mi-yeon in Las Vegas 2" that was taken in Las Vegas will be shown on the 18th at 12 AM.

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