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"539 Yeonnam-dong" Lee Moon-shik's Leadership Makes the Set Lively

2018/03/21 | 313 views | Permalink | Source

Stills of Lee Moon-shik were released.

Marathon Entertainment released stills of MBN drama "539 Yeonnam-dong" on the 21st. In the picture, Lee Moon-shik is rehearsing with the cast of the drama.

Lee Moon-shik plays Jordan, the owner of a singles' club-house. He used to travel the seas all over the world, but an unexpected separation in his marriage gave him a second chance in life supporting people who decide to remain single. He runs a share-house in Yeonnam-dong.

Lee Moon-shik is sitting at the head of the table and is leading the cast. According to a source on site, Lee Moon-shik is always generous and kind and everyone likes him.

The "539 Yeonnam-dong" cast includes Lee Moon-shik, Lee Jong-hyuk, Oh Yoon-ah, Brian Joo, Go Na-eun, Yang Jung-won, Choi Woo-hyuk-II, Chunji, and more.

Source : sports.khan.co.kr/new...

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