Lee Ki Kwang Leaves 'Win, Win' "I Was Happy To Get Life Lessons"
By Staff Writer | October 10, 2012 02:49 AM EDT
With the episode of KBS "Win Win" aired today being the last one for him, Lee Ki Kwang left the program.
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Lee Ki Kwang, who started his MC for the program on August 10th, 2010, left after 2 long years.
Kim Seung Woo said, "Lee Ki Kwang is leaving us with today's episode as the last one."
Lee Ki Kwang then said, "I was happy to be able to get life lessons with the elders the past 2 years. I'm only 24, but I thank all the staff members and the cast for letting me learn so much."
Lee Ki Kwang exchanged a deep hug with Kim Seung Woo before he left.
Photo Credit: KBS
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