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Kim Rae-won apologizes for misjudgement at "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" screening

2017/05/15 | 3346 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Rae-won apologized for taking a picture while watching a movie.

HB Entertainment released a letter of apology regarding the 'proof shot' that Kim Rae-won took while he was watching the movie "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2".

Apparently, Kim Rae-won realizes what a big mistake he's caused and is reflecting back on himself.

Kim Rae-won had posted the said picture on his Instagram on the 14th. Taking a picture in a movie theater is prohibited.

The following is the official statement released by HB Entertainment:

"This is Kim Rae-won's management, HB Entertainment.

We apologize for having taken this long to come up with an official statement regarding Kim Rae-won's recent behavior.

Kim Rae-won realizes what a big mistake he's caused and is reflecting back on himself.

We will be more careful in the future.

Thank you".

Source : www.newspim.com/news/...

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