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Lee Yu-ri Poised to Emerge as Next-Generation 'Hallyu' Star

2005/05/11 Source

Actress Lee Yu-ri is on the verge of emerging as the newest "hallyu" star in China. According to Lee's agency on May 10, Lee recently held talks with the Chinese movie and drama production company "Great Star Film Group", which offered its promotional services in China to the Korean actress.

Great Star Film Group also offered Lee the lead role in a movie starring Andy Lau, a top actor in the Chinese-speaking region. Lee's agency said the Chinese company will take charge of Lee's promotional activities in China to nurture her into a next-generation "hallyu" star.

On June 8, Lee will fly to Dalian, China to attend a party marking the end of the drama "Precious Family", and meet with the representatives of Great Star Film Group to hold more detailed discussions about her new movie and promotional activities in China.

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