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Lee Byung-hun's first official outing

2013/06/18 | 578 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Byung-hun with his wedding coming up, will be making a public appearance on the 28th.

Lee will start promoting the movie "Red 2: The Legend" staring from the 28th of June at the Seoul Walker Hill Hotel Theater Hall.

This will be his first official appearance since the announcement of marriage to Lee Min-jung. He should be making a small statement about the wedding. BH Entertainment claims that they are aware questions related to the wedding will be asked on the site.

Lee is busy with promotional plans until the wedding. He has work domestically and overseas.

Lee Byung-hun and Lee Min-jung are getting married on the 10th of August at the Gran Hyatt in Seoul. They left for the US together on the 7th.

"Red 2: The Legend" is about the team of CIA agents R.E.D starring Bruce Willies, Lee Byung-hun, Catherine Zeta Jones, Anthony Hopkins and more. To be released on the 18th next month.

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