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[Spoiler] "Mister Baek" Shin Ha-kyun gets naked

2014/11/06 Source

Shin Ha-kyun took of his clothes to celebrate rejuvenation.

On the second episode of the MBC drama "Mister Baek", chairman of Daehan Resort Choi Go-bong (Shin Ha-kyun) rejuvenated to his 30s after a sink hole accident.

Choi Go-bong was shocked to see himself so young. Soon after, he was satisfied with the way skin was so tight and firm as well as how his body was so muscular.

However, he heard from his son Choi Dae-han (Lee Joon) that investigators were visiting soon to find out the whereabouts of the money that went missing at the time of the accident.

Choi Go-bong was watching the news and said to himself, "That was real money and not a dream?"

Later on, the investigators came by his house and he had to run away to the dressing room. He quickly put on whatever was hanging in the closet and in this process, then he took off all his clothes. A peachy emoticon was censored where his underwear should be.

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