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Lee Da-hae, giving Chinese New Year's Day presents to all her staffs

2008/02/14 Source

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Upon the Chinese New Year, Lee Dae-hae prepared presents for all her staffs.

For the staffs of SBS TV Wed-Thu drama "Robber", which she is currently starring in, she prepared health products for everyone. And she visited every one of them to say her thanks.

One of the staff said, "At the beginning we were worried about Lee Da-hae whether she could cope with so many crying scenes and tight shooting schedules. But she's doing a fabulous job and is an excellent character. It's too great that she had prepared such kind surprise for all the staffs because they gave up their Chinese New Years holidays to shoot the drama".

Lee Da-hae said, "Occasionally when I feel unwell or tired, I take those healthy products, which are immense help to me in present tight shooting schedules. And I thought that our staffs would need these more than I do, because they have to work in much harder conditions than I am".

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