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Lee Seo-jin gets on the KTX

2014/02/20 | Permalink | Source

Lee Seo-jin is riding the KTX on his own.

The KBS 2TV drama "Very Good Days" star Lee Seo-jin is riding the KTX alone when he has to travel back and forth from Seoul to Gyeongju.

When other stars travel for work, they ride in a company van along with their managers and stylists. However, Lee Seo-jin is moving by KTX. Although many people look at him, he doesn't care and spends quality time with himself. He reads books he's never had the chance to read and practices his lines with more focus.

Hook Entertainment says, "He travels back and forth about 3 times a week and he usually rides the KTX if he's not in a hurry. He gets to wind down and find some quality time on the train".

"Very Good Times" is Lee Seo-jin's first drama since the 2011 MBC "Gyebaek". He acts out the role of a prosecutor who overcomes poverty and brings back the meaning of family.

Source : news.donga.com/3/all/...

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