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[Photos] Lee Seo-jin and UEE pay respects for success of "Marriage Contract"

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Lee Seo-jin and UEE wished the new MBC weekend drama "Marriage Contract" to become a big success.

A ritual was held at the set of "Marriage Contract" on the 15th.

Directors Kim Jin-min-I, Park Seong-eun and other production officials, Lee Seo-jin, UEE, Kim Kwang-kyu, Kim Yoo-ri, Kim Yong-gun, Lee Hwi-hyang, Ahn Ji-hoon, Shin Rin-ah and others were all there.

Director Kim Jin-min-I said, "I am happy with how everything has turned out. The actors and actresses were great and were in perfect harmony. I hope this drama turns into a long trip we all enjoy".

Everyone paid their respects at the ritual and wished for the success of the drama.

"Marriage Contract" is a melodrama about a man whose only value in life is money and a woman who stands on the edge of a cliff.

Source : sports.donga.com/3/al...

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