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Lee Jun Ki, Group Picture With 'Two Weeks' Cast, 'Reunion In 3 Weeks'

By Staff Writer | July 16, 2013 08:54 AM EDT

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Actor Lee Jun Ki revealed a group picture with the cast of drama "Two Weeks." (Photo : weibo)

Actor Lee Jun Ki revealed a group picture with the cast of drama "Two Weeks."

Today, Lee Jun Ki posted on his Weibo, "Night date with our actors. They all said it feels like it's been so long even though it's only been 3 weeks since we last saw each other. I'm worried because it's raining. Please be excited for Two Weeks, it's airing soon" along with a picture.

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In the picture, Park Ha Sun, Kim So Yeon, Lee Jun Ki, and Ryu Soo Young are posing together as the main cast of MBC drama "Two Weeks."

Internet users who saw this commented, "You all look close," "So excited for the drama," "I hope the filming goes smoothly," and "I've been waiting and waiting for the drama to start."

MBC drama "Two Weeks" will start airing in August.

Photo Credit: Lee Jun Ki Weibo

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