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"Mister Baek" Shin Ha-kyun and Lee Joon's bathhouse date

2014/12/22 | 711 views | Permalink | Source

Shin Ha-kyun and Lee Joon had a date together at the bathhouse.

MBC drama "Mister Baek" released pictures of father and son Choi Sin-hyeong (Shin Ha-kyun) and Choi Dae-han (Lee Joon) at the bathhouse.

They are sitting together drinking rice tea and eggs. Dae-han is smiling at Sin-hyeong as if he's enjoying this little happy moment.

Another picture shows them drying their hair in front of the mirror. They look alike doing this. The bathhouse scene is the first time the father and son have done something together since revealing Sin-hyeong's true persona to Dae-han.

Sin-hyeong tries to spend his given time wisely by doing things with his son. Dae-han knows his father doesn't have much time and does everything to save him.

"Mister Baek" can be seen every Wednesday and Thursday at 10PM.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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