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To-be-soldier Hyun Bin "Goodbye is still unfamiliar"

2011/03/01 | 3281 views | Permalink | Source

Joining the Marines on the 7th, Hyun Bin said his last goodbye.

The production for his latest movie, "Come Rain Come Shine" conveyed news about Hyun Bin, "I came back well and sound from the Berlin Film Fest and the honor of being able to stand in such a big stage goes out to my fans".

He continued, "I will keep this memory until we meet again and return as a more mature actor".

He also said, "I should've met every one of you personally through a stage or an autograph session but I apologize for that. Like I sent 'her' away without knowing goodbye, this time goodbye is still unfamiliar. I hope the movie can fill in your hearts and disappointment".

"Come Rain Come Shine" is coming this 3rd and Hyun Bin played a delicate role in which he had to send away his wife he had been with for 5 years without knowing why.

The movie was up on the competition at the Berlin Film Festival and Hyun Bin was on the red carpet of the 3rd greatest movie festival for the first time in his life.

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