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"Marriage Blue" Lee Yeon-hee at the press conference

2013/10/22 | 893 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Yeon-hee chose the Han River as the place she would like to be proposed to.

Lee Yeon-hee attended the production press conference of the movie "Marriage Blue" on the 22nd.

When she was asked if there was a special place she would like to be proposed to, she said, "I haven't thought about it but I would like it to be somewhere with a nice scenery".

"I think the Han River would be great". She didn't think balloons coming out of the car trunk was very ideal.

"My sister is about to get married. Watching her from here, I don't think getting married is an easy thing. If I get married, I want us to be like friends".

Meanwhile, "Marriage Blue" is the story about four couples a week before they get married. Directed by Hong Ji-young, this romantic comedy stars Kim Kang-woo and Kim Hyo-jin, Ok Taecyeon and Lee Yeon-hee, Ma Dong-seok and Guzal Tursunova, Lee Hee-joon and Go Joon-hee. To be released on the 21st next month.

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