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Lee Beom-soo, "I had a bed scene with Lee Sun-kyun's wife Jeon Hye-jin-II"

2011/03/14 | 3116 views | Permalink | Source

Shindong and Leeteuk were members of the hearing in the program "Every Night" and determined to suck the truth out of the stars.

On the 14th on SBS TV program "Every Night" Lee Beom-soo from 2010 40% rating drama "Giant" made an appearance.

He said, "Bed scenes are really difficult", and when Park Myung-soo was curious why, he said, "It makes you uncomfortable. It's not easy calculating your moves in front of the camera".

Still curious Park Myung-soo asked, "Who have you had bed scenes with?" and Lee Beom-soo said, "I suddenly can't remember names",, then he seemed hesitant and said carefully mention Lee Sun-kyun's wife Jeon Hye-jin-II.

Meanwhile, on this day Lee Beom-soo said after he became lead actor he had been collecting all chairs that had this name on it.

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