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Actor, Lee Joon-gi presents dancing skills better than idol dancers

2014/12/18 | Permalink | Source

On December 18th, Lee Joon-gi's agency, Namoo Actors released a video clip with Lee Joon-gi' dance practice under the title, 'Full Version of Dance Practice to 'Ma Lady" through its official Youtube channel

In the video, Lee Joon-gi grabs viewer's attention by dancing to the music, 'Ma Lady' from the mini album, 'EXHALE' released in last November. With his mischievous smile and beads of sweat trickling down on his face at the end of the video clip, it makes his fans' hearts beat.

Lee Joon-gi holds concerts every year to meet his fans in other countries, which is beyond an ordinary fan meeting by presenting performance. For the Asian tour this time, Lee Joon-gi enthusiastically participated in planning and producing the performance and has been receiving hearty cheers by preparing a talk show, dancing and singing open for his fan's participation as well.

Lee Joon-gi's Asian tour, 'TOGETHER' had a successful event filling up the 5000 seats of a theater in Yokohama, Japan on November 29th. Two more meetings took place in Osaka and Nagoya afterwards. Starting the upcoming 20th, he will meet more fans in Kwangchow, Wuhan, and Beijing. Besides the schedules for the Asian tour, he will soon participate in the shooting of the Chinese movie, 'The Sunshine of Sicily'.

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