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Lee Min-jung celebrates her birthday on the filming set of 'Please Come Back, Mister'

2016/02/16 | 1209 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Min-jung, who is returning to the small screen in two years, has spent a happy moment celebrating her birthday on the filming set of "Please Come Back, Mister".

Lee Min-jung's fan club 'Kim Yewon' sent a food truck to support the cast and crew working hard overnight under the chilly weather on February 15th.

Lee Min-jung expressed her appreciation to her fans, who visited the filming set. She said that she was encouraged by the unchanging support and affection from her fans.

Her fans also said they were proud of her, who expresses her affection towards her fans, especially by giving out a calendar made by herself to her fans each year.

"Please Come Back, Mister" with such brilliant lineup including Lee Min-jung, Rain, Kim Soo-ro, Kim In-kwon, Lee Honey, and Oh Yeon-seowill begin on February 24th once "Remember" has finished.

Source : www.etoday.co.kr/news...

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