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Rain sends stamina food to the filming set of 'Please Come Back, Mister'

2016/02/09 | 2147 views | Permalink | Source

Singer actor Rain sent his Seollal gift to the filming set of SBS' new Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Please Come Back, Mister".

Rain prepared 150 portions of stamina food for the cast and staff members of the upcoming drama. The filming set was filled with cheers when the food including Samgyetan, galbi, japchae, jeon, rice cakes and fruits was delivered to the set.

After Rain finished his filming in the morning, he also joined the happy crowd for lunch and greeted each one saying 'Bon appetite'. He also took a selfie with PD Sin Yoon-seob and camera director to wrap the heartwarming Seollal event.

The production team said, "Although we had to work on Seollal due to the inevitable circumstances, everybody felt happy thanks to Rain's thoughtful gift".

Rain plays double roles in the SBS' new Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Please Come Back, Mister". The drama begins at 10 PM on February 24th.

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