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Won Bin and Lee Na-young Purchase 14.5 Billion Won Building in Chungdamdong

2018/03/05 | 1816 views | Permalink | Source

Won Bin and Lee Na-young purchased a building in Chungdamdong, Seoul.

According to Sky Daily, the couple bought a building that is located 300 meters from Apgujung Rodeo Street Station worth 14.5 billion won under both of their names.

The building consists of 2 floors below ground and 5 floors above with a surface area of 715.1㎡ and total ground area of 2456.19㎡.

The building is located in an excellent place as it's close to the Galleria Mall, COEX and other conveniences.

Won Bin and Lee Na-young got married in 2015 and had their first child in December of the same year. Won Bin last filmed the movie "The Stranger" 8 years ago and has only been seen in commercials since then.

Lee Na-young was in "Howling" in 2012 and has finished filming the movie "Beautiful Days".

Source : biz.heraldcorp.com/vi...

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