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Lee Hyun-woo becomes a Star in China

2012/12/17 | 1516 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Hyun-woo is being focused on in China.

According to his management Key East, Lee Hyun-woo has been pasted on the front cover of the Chinese Hallyu magazine December issue "Trendy".

He not only modeled in the front page of the magazine but was also introduced as the rising star of Korea. The magazine mentions his acting career since his younger days and so his goals and preferences.

A "Trendy" source claims, "Lee Hyun-woo is well known for his drama, "Master of Study" and "The Equator Man". His recent, "To The Beautiful You" has drawn much popularity to himself".

Key East also claims, "His visit to Malaysia and Singapore in October drew in more than 5,000 fans and both the artist and the management were surprised. He has been getting offers for interviews and TV shows endlessly".

Meanwhile, Lee Hyun-woo is currently in the middle of making the movie "Secretly and Greatly" and was chosen to be the MC of the SBS music program "Ingigayo" on the 16th.

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