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Lee Gikwang, Considering Leaving 'Win, Win' Because of BEAST Overseas Activities

By Staff Writer | September 13, 2012 04:27 PM EDT

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BEAST member Lee Gikwang is considering leaving "Win Win."

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According to one media, BEAST's Lee Gikwang is planning to make the KBS' "Win Win" airing on September 27 as the last one he will be coming out to. Because "Win Win" airs the same guest for two weeks, that means he only has one more filming session to go.

Park Ji Young PD of 'Win Win' said, "The rumor about Lee Gikwang leaving is not true. We did discuss the matters of him leaving due to the increasing overseas activity of BEAST, but we are not even close to deciding which day will be his last. We have more to talk about. And because Lee Gikwang leaving has not been determined, the person taking over his position was obviously not picked either."

Lee Gikwang has been the youngest MC of "Win Win" since August 2010, for more than 2 years.

Tagged :  BEAST, Lee Gikwang, KBS, Win Win

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