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MBlaq's Lee Joon holds an autograph session on movie site

2012/12/12 | 622 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Joon's popularity was proven on the movie site of "Actors Are Actors".

Lee Joon was on his way back home in the minus Celsius weather one day when two or three fans came up to him for an autograph. Then 200 or so fans gathered around him instantly. Despite his exhaustion, Lee Joon gave an autograph for those who waited for him including the extras in the movie.

After his surprise present to the entire staff recently, news of Lee Joon's sudden autograph session reached out to all the fans. Many say, "Lee Joon's love for his fans is the best", "Actor Lee Joon is the best", "I don't know if it's a movie or real life" and more.

Lee Joon said, "I have done many autograph meetings as MBLAQ but it was fun doing it on the spot. Thank you to those who support me even in this freezing weather".

Meanwhile, Lee Joon is currently making the drama "IRIS 2" and movie "Actors Are Actors". He has been expanding his talents in music, entertainment and on screens as well.

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