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Lee Hyun-woo thanks his fans

2014/03/12 | 685 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Hyun-woo thanked his fans for the snack truck they presented to him.

Lee Hyun-woo's fans sent a snack truck over to where he was filming the movie "The Technicians". Lee Hyun-woo plays the role of Jong-bae and they added messages like 'Jong-bae's treat!'. The truck had hot coffee and Churros along with other snacks which they were able to eat between scenes.

Lee Hyun-woo took a picture in front of the truck with a big smile and a cute pose. He said, "I am ever so thankful to my fans who take the time and interest in me and the movie. We were all warm thanks to you and we are working hard to come up with a great movie!".

"The Technicians" is a caper movie about criminal technicians based in a port. Starring Lee Hyun-woo, Kim Woo-bin, Ko Chang-seok, Jo Yoon-hee and others, this movie aims for release at the later half of the year.

Source : starin.edaily.co.kr/n...

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