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Lee Min-ho wins court case

2015/09/13 | 5999 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Min-ho won the trial against the company that used his name and face to sell products. The mask packs also known as Lee Min-ho packs are no longer available for sale.

Star House said, "According to the decision made by the Seoul Central Court, Lee Min-ho's name has been used to sell products that weren't signed for with the company. Therefore it is illegal and T, K and G companies have been banned from selling these products.

The injunction to seize sales of these masks was made in June. The products have been sold in packages with the copied image of Lee Min-ho from the drama "Faith".

These products are apparently unofficial and unexplained for so it violates Lee Min-ho's rights and rights to publicity. They also might harm those who purchase these products as well as the tourists that visit Korea.

Lee Min-ho is currently a model for a domestic brand so it's impossible for him to appear in another cosmetic brand.

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