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No Japanese Stamp for Lee Byung-hun

2005/05/11 Source

Actor Lee Byung-hun yesterday denied news reports that a postal stamp bearing his image would be printed in Japan.

"It's not true that a Lee Byung-hun stamp would come out", Song Wan-mo, representative of Player Entertainment, Lee's management company, told Yonhap News Agency.

Daily Sports of Japan reported May 5 that the stamp would be made available on May 15. Player Entertainment has made a formal protest to the Japanese daily for its incorrect reporting, Song said.

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