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'Assistant Kim' Kim Sung-oh "TOP look-alike? Closest to a salamander

2011/01/13 | 2304 views |  | Permalink | Source

Kim Sung-oh from the drama "Secret Garden" said it himself that he looks like a salamander.

On the 13th, in SBS "TV Entertainment News at Night", when asked the question, "You look like a lot of celebrities, who are they?" he replied, Big Bang TOP (Choi Seung-hyun), Shinee Jong-hyeon and Lee Min-ki.

He continued, "I think I look most like a salamander. Every time I caught a small salamander in the mountains, I used to think 'he looks like me'".

Kim Seong-ho has played the bad guy role in 8 of the 10 things he's done and he says it might be his strong character appearance. He also said Ha Ji-won told him she couldn't match his character now to the one he was in the movie "The Man From Nowhere".

Meanwhile, this day, Kim Sung-oh spoke about the two 'Bin's he has acted with and episodes relating to his partner actress Yoo In-na.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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