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L.A. Times Praises Actor Lee Byung Hun, "Korea's Brad Pitt"

By Staff Writer | October 02, 2012 10:04 AM EDT

L.A. Times Praises Actor Lee Byung Hun, "Korea's Brad Pitt"
L.A. Times Praises Actor Lee Byung Hun, "Korea's Brad Pitt" (Photo : d)

Actor Lee Byung Hun receives praise from the LA. Times.

On September 29, the L.A. Times had a post with the title, 'Korean Actor Shines in L.A.' and released an interview with Lee Byung Hun. 

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The article stated, "The moment he began to translate and speak, his appearance changed dramatically. His voice was deep as he sat in a straight posture with sharp eyes. We could see why he is called the Korean 'Brad Pitt'."

Lee Byung Hun is famous in the states for his Hollywood movie appearances in "G.I Joe" and "Red 2."

Last month, Lee Byung Hun's movie, "Gwanghae" held its red carpet premiere at the LA county Museum of Art. 

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