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"Healing Camp" Lee Dong-wook reveals his beauty sister

2011/09/26 | Permalink | Source

Lee Dong-wook revealed his sister who is about to get married.

Lee Dong-wook appeared in the SBS TV "Healing Camp" on the 26th. He chose "getting my sister married" from his bucket list.

He said, "Our living conditions weren't that good when we were young so my sister lived in the country and I lived in the city with my parents. So I always feel bad for my sister. Then suddenly somebody said "Lee Dong~" somewhere.

It turned out that his sister had prepared a video message for him. Hi sister was just like him and very pretty.

His sister this day said, "I am very happy nowadays but I think it's because of you. Now I want you to live for yourself and not just for family. We will be behind you" as she cried.

Lee Dong-wook always welled with tears and said, "I debuted when I was in high school and now it's been 10 years. I don't know where my younger days went. I am happy that she is getting married".

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