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Moon Chae-won to make sweet appearance with Lee Seung-gi in Running Man

2015/01/02 | Permalink | Source

 

Actor Lee Seung-gi and actress Moon Chae-won will appear in Running Man.

On January 2nd, a source from SBS entertainment show, Running Man said Lee Seung-gi and Moon Chae-won will be in the 2015 New Year Special, 'Guy and Girl on a date'.

The production team said Lee Seung-gi and Moon Chae-won made their presence in a transparent snow ball with snow falling down in it on the set. The cast members of the show were very happy to see Lee Seung-gi, whom they are acquainted with.

They added "Lee Seung-gi and Moon Chae-won looked like a real couple throughout filming the show while completing a mission. They encouraged each other despite the harsh mission they had to complete.

The source explained "This week's race is about global warming. Moon Chae-won was confused by the scenario that different types of weather would occur at once. Lee Seung-gi made the crowd laugh by asking her 'I bet you have an insurance, right?'".

"The filming was very pleasant on the set thanks to Lee Seung-gi and Moon Chae-won. Their performance and efforts will sure to deliver fun to the viewers", said the production team.

Running Man is an entertainment variety show where celebrities play games to complete a mission at various landmarks in Korea.

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