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Lee Minho is Coming Back with 'Bounty Hunters' !

'Bounty Hunters' is going to be Lee Min Ho’s first movie to film in China. This movie is co-produced by Korea and China. Some official still cuts from the movie has been released on April 20th!

Just look at him ♡♡♡♡

They look so cool xD

The top Chinese stars who will be in the movie is Wallace Chung, Tiffany Tang, and more!

Lee Minho has been promoting the movie from April 13th to April 17th. His fans came out to his promotional events to support him :)
'Bounty Hunters' is about a group of people working together to travel all over Asia to hunt for money $$$ :D This will premiere on June 9th in China! I really miss seeing Lee Minho on the screen. I'm glad he is back and I'm looking forward to this movie! He is an amazing actor and one of my favorites! Who's excited?! *KpopINT does not own any of these photos or gifs.

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Me right here. So can I like watch it now
finally, waited too long! I need to see him in a movie before I die of Lee MinHo thirst.
What am I supposed to do with this?? I'm too excited right now.
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