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Lee Honey under the same roof as Kim Sun-ah, Sung Yu-ri and Lee Dong-wook

2012/10/21 | 1577 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Honey signed a contract with King Kong Entertainment.

Chairman Lee Jin-seong explained, "Lee Honey has attempted at various areas of the entertainment and she is about to step into a bigger part of the national and international market".

Lee Honey also explained, "I am expecting to show a new side of me along with the joining of a new family. I am about to expand my area of activity very soon".

King Kong Entertainment currently is agency to Kim Sun-ah, Sung Yu-ri, Lee Dong-wook, Kim Beom, Park Min-young, Lee Chung-ah, Lee Jin, Jang Hee-jin, Kwang soo, Seo Hyo-rim, Yoo Yeon-seok, Yoon Jinny and others.

Meanwhile, Lee Honey has starred in KBS dramas "The Partner" (2009), "Pasta" (2010), MBC dramas, "Daughter-in-Law" (2011), movies "Deranged" (2012), "I Am a King" (2012), musicals "Legally Blonde" (2009~2010) and others.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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