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Lee Min-ho special swim training for "City Hunter"

2011/03/01 Source

Actor Lee Min-ho is training his mind and body with special swim training.

With the official shooting for the SBS drama "City Hunter" close to date, Lee Min-ho has been getting swimming lessons everyday starting from the end of last year in a hotel in Gangnam. If he was sophisticated sensitive in KBS2 "Boys over Flowers" and "Personal Taste", this time he is Lee Yoon-seong in the Blue House National Communications Team with a PhD, manly and full of strong charisma.

A spokesperson for Lee Min-ho conveyed, "He will show fancy action with his long limbs and also his swimming skills. To be more natural and not professional he is training everyday regularly".

Lee Min-ho had drowned in water a couple times in the drama "Boys over Flowers" that put him in stardom, but this time he has firmly decided he will show his true swimming skills. A spokesperson for the drama put out high expectations by saying, "We will expose a little bit of his firm body in a swimming pool scene".

Meanwhile, producer Jin Hyeok from the drama "Shining Inheritance", is also in charge of "City Hunter" and has finished casting Park Min-young as Lee Min-ho's counterpart.

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