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[Spoiler] Viewers favor Lee Min-ho's mirror action

2011/07/20 | Permalink | Source

On the 17th episode of SBS drama "City Hunter" Lee Yoon-seong (Lee Min-ho) took on his enemies in a dressing room.

Kim Sang-gook (Jung Joon) couldn't stand Lee Jin-pyo (Kim Sang-joong) holding hands with Cheon Jae-man (Choi Jung-woo) and throwing secret funds to politicians. Kim Sang-gook let Lee Yoon-seong know of this and Lee Yoon-seong headed over to the dressing room where Lee Jin-pyo had stashed the secret funds.

While he was searching the dressing room an assailant also stepped in. Lee hid behind the mirrors and took a look around. The enemy didn't know Lee was there. The mirrored imaged of the two tensed up the screens.

Lee appeared right before the assailant went out and knocked him cold in a few punches and covered his mouth. It was a less-than-a-minute action but the tension from the mirror action and Lee Min-ho's clean cut action left a strong impression.

Netizen's say through the related bulletin, "Lee Min-ho's mirror action was the best", "Acting and producing was the greatest", "A fantastic scene from Lee Min-ho's action and director Jin Hyeok's collaboration", and more.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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