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"Candy In My Ears 2" charming Lee Joon-gi, "Hello I am Mr. Red Ginseng", Choi Ji-woo and Bae Seong-woo

2017/03/09 | Permalink | Source

Lee Joon-gi meets candy Banibani in Firenze.

Actor Lee Joon-gi is appearing in the tvN show "Candy In My Ears 2".

He headed for the city of Firenze to meet his destiny.

Lee Joon-gi introduced himself as Mr. Red Ginseng. He continued to talk to Banibani. He asked her many questions like, "Do you like music?", "Are you an idol?" and such.

He arrived at the Duomo di Firenze and talked to his Candy on the phone. He set out to find her and said he felt like he was on a date.

Meanwhile, Choi Ji-woo and her Candy Byeong-gook was on their last episode. Byeong-gook provoked Choi Ji-woo.

She looked around as if she thought Byeong-gook was watching her. Was he in Vienna, the same city as her?

"Candy In My Ears 2" can be seen on the 11th at 10:50PM.

Source : www.newspim.com/news/...

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