Lee Min-ho shooting car commercial

Starhaus Entertainment has shared some candid photos of Korean actor Lee Min-ho when he was filming a commercial for a car manufacturer.

Lee Minho filming car commercial

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Lee Minho has Faith in new SBS drama

Korean actor Lee Minho will be making his first starring role in a periodic drama with Faith, which will be shown on SBS TV soon.

Lee Minho Faith Korean drama

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After Facebook, Lee Min-ho gets a Twitter too

Popular Korean actor Lee Min-ho goes social online. After getting himself a Facebook account, he started using Twitter too.

Korean actor Lee Min-ho

Lee Min-ho’s Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OfficialLeeMinho
And Twitter: http://twitter.com/actorleeminho

Lee Min-ho gets official Facebook page

Korean actor Lee Min-ho is making news for attracting over half a million fans to his official Facebook page.

Lee Min-ho official facebook

“We set up an official fan network to prevent social networking piracy for people overseas and it is getting a great response,” said an official at Lee’s agency Starhaus, referring to the recent fake Twitter incident that Lee had warned his fans about.

The fake account had reportedly accumulated over 60,000 followers who thought it had been opened up by the actor.

The actor currently has over 540,000 members on his Facebook page, a popular social networking site that connects and enables interaction among Internet users around the world.


Personal Taste gets Asian attention

New Korean TV drama series Personal Taste is already stirring Korea and Asia since its premiere on Wednesday.

Korean drama Personal Taste

Starring Lee Min-ho and Son Ye-jin, the drama is based on a same title novel by Lee Se-in, about a man pretending to be a homosexual in order to become room mate with a woman who wants to live with a gay male friend.

The drama broadcaster MBC said in a press release that the show is already receiving inquiries about overseas broadcasting copyrights and has been sold at “unprecedented prices” to several countries in Asia including Hong Kong and Thailand.

“Sales inquiries are pouring in from Japan and China, the biggest markets for the Hallyu,” explained an official at Victory Production Company, who produces the drama. “It is expected to be sold at the highest price in the history of Korean dramas.”