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"The Legend of the Blue Sea" Lee Min-ho, a fraud from Mensa

2016/10/23 | 7941 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Min-ho was featured on the cover of TRICKSTER magazine. Lee Min-ho plays the part of a fraud in this cover feature like his role in the drama "The Legend of the Blue Sea".

He takes on the role of Heo Joon-jae in the new SBS drama "The Legend of the Blue Sea".

"The Legend of the Blue Sea" is about a mermaid who lives in the city and meets a genius fraud.

Lee Min-ho's role of Heo Joon-jae is handsome and smart as he quit KAIST and is a member of Mensa. He is a genius fraud.

This character cut of Lee Min-ho on the cover of TRICKSTER steals the show. He's wearing a fitted suit and looks so sexy.

This magazine also explains itself as the 'magazine for a fraud with conscience'.

The magazine also added details like the release date of the drama in the bar code.

Meanwhile, "The Legend of the Blue Sea" will be released on the 16th of November.

Source : sports.donga.com/3/al...

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