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KBS documentary to show glimpse of Lee Byung-hun's private life

2006/01/09 | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Byung-hun, one of the top four Korean Wave stars, will invite viewers to catch a few more glimpses of his private life in the second episode of a photo documentary about Lee.

The first episode, entitled "Actor Lee Byung-hun", aired Jan. 3. The second episode, titled "Human Being Lee Byung-hun", will go on the air Jan. 10.

The production crew of the documentary says the second episode shows Lee as an ordinary person: simple, unpredictable and with a good sense of humor. The episode will feature interviews with the actor's longtime friends, including actors Shin Eun-kyung, Jung Jae-young, Kim Hee-sun and Hwang Jung-min and one of the producers, Lee Yu-jin.

Viewers will also have a chance to hear interesting stories from Lee's life, such as how he once fell asleep on a sidewalk while drunk, and a story about his father, who inspired him to become an actor.

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