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Lee Min-ho's "Gangnam Blues" makes it to Hong Kong

2015/03/29 Source

Hong Kong is very interested in Lee Min-ho.

Hong Kong asked Lee Min-ho questions about the Hong Kong classic "A Better Tomorrow".

"Gangnam Blues" has been released in Hong Kong and a famous director was known to have gone to the cinemas himself to watch the movie. Hong Kong media are spilling with questions about Lee Min-ho and the movie "A Better Tomorrow".

In an interview, the Hong Kong media asked, "Many people thought of "A Better Tomorrow" when they watched "Gangnam Blues". What role would you play if you were to star in "A Better Tomorrow"?" Lee Min-ho said, "If I had the chance, I would try out Chow Yun-fat".

The Hong Kong media claimed they would love to see Lee Min-ho in a long coat, gun in one hand and toothpick in the mouth and that he would look good in any role.

Lee Min-ho was once chosen as the Korean actor who would look good in the role of Leslie Cheung.

Meanwhile, "Gangnam Blues" has broken through 2 million viewers and has been exported to 14 countries.

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