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Royalty per episode of Jun Ji-hyun and Lee Min-ho's 'The Legend of the Blue Sea' surpasses 'My Love from the Star'

2016/08/29 Source

Jun Ji-hyun is returning as a mermaid.

The recent show of tvN's 'Name List' revealed a list of stars who have already reserved success for the second half of this year. Jun Ji-hyun ranked third.

Jun Ji-hyun has already recorded ten million audience twice with movies, "The Thieves" and "The Assassination", which is the first case for an actress. Jun Ji-hyun, who is returning to the small screen in 9 months since delivering a baby, will play a mysterious mermaid in SBS' highly anticipated drama, 'The Legend of the Blue Sea'.

The male lead who will co-star with Jun Ji-hyun is the hallyu superstar Lee Min-ho. 'The Legend of the Blue Sea', which has been scheduled to premiere in November, has already reached half million per episode for royalty, which is higher than "My Love from the Star".

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