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Hyun Bin's earnings more than 4 billion won, beats Jang Dong-gun and Won Bin

2011/02/28 | Permalink | Source

Actor Hyun Bin's profit has been revealed.

MBC "One Fine Day-Entertainment Plus" TV program revealed the prices for star commercials.

Among the many actors taking over the spring commercials like Jang Dong-gun, Lee Seung-gi and more, Hyun Bin stood out as first place.

Hyun Bin signed with 6 commercials in two months and made a 4 billion won (US$4 million) profit.

According to this program, actress Lee Young-ae was 1.2 billion won and first in place for current model. Actress Go Hyun-jung received 1 billion, Ko So-young and Lee Mi-yeon 700 million won, Kim Nam-joo, Kim Hee-ae and Jang Mi-hee 600 million won.

Meanwhile on this days programs were Ko So-young and Lee Young-ae's baby delivery and Jo Sung-mo's conflict with his management and news of Kim Tae-won's cancer surgery.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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