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"The Princess and the Matchmaker" Lee Seung-gi Mentions SHINee Minho's Mental Strength

2018/02/01 | 969 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Seung-gi mentioned that SHINee's Minho has drinking tolerance and strong mental power.

Lee Seung-gi talked about the time he drank with Minho and Jo Bok-rae, his co-stars in the movie "The Princess and the Matchmaker" at the press conference on the 31st.

Lee Seung-gi said, "Minho is my younger brother in the movie. Minho, Jo Bok-rae, and I went to a Chinese restaurant. We felt very good it almost seemed like the ending party. We drank some Chinese alcohol".

Jo Bok-rae added, "We drank about 30 bottles". Lee Seung-gi said, "Minho came to work the next day and he seemed fine. What mental power".

Meanwhile, "The Princess and the Matchmaker" is a comedy about the changing the fate of the Josun by looking at the marital compatibility between Princess Song Hwa and her candidates. The movie comes out on the 28th of February.

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