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"Nice Guy" Lee Sang-yeob "We share the same salons"

2012/09/05 | Permalink | Source

"Nice Guy" Lee Sang-yeob seemed happy to hear that he looked like Lee Je-hoon.

The production reporting event for the KBS 2TV drama "Nice Guy" was held on the 5th of September.

Lee Sang-yeob was known to look like Lee Je-hoon. Lee Sang-yeob said, "We go to the same hair shop so we say hi everytime we run into each other. Maybe it's because we are told we look alike but we say hi but we are kind of awkward".

"I get told I feel like Lee Je-hoon a lot but I feel good when I hear that".Je-hoon is a year younger than me so actually he should take after me".

Lee Sang-yeob is a lawyer in "Nice Guy" and stands by Seo Eun-ki (Moon Chae-won).

In reality, he's like Park Joon-ha, his character in the drama when it comes to love. He stands by and watches over from far away.

"I think I'll watch Eun-ki from far away as she likes Ma-ru (Song Joong-ki) but I might be on his side at the end".

Meanwhile, "Nice Guy" will be aired on the 12th at 9:55PM.

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