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Bae Yong-joon 2 minutes on the beach, "It's cold"

2011/06/07 Source

Kim Hyun-joong spoke about Bae Yong-joon who is weak against the cold.

SBS TV program "Kang Heart" on the 7th was carried out under the title "King of Kings". Kim Hyun-joong spoke about an episode that happened in Busan.

When he was asked when he met Bae Yong-joong, he replied, "I saw him recently in Busan. We hung out together".

When the MC's asked, "What did he do in Busan?" Kim Hyun-joong shortly replied, "He spent a moment of solitude".

He then spoke about drinking beer with him on the beach. He caused laughter in the studio as he said, "Two minutes after sitting on the beach with a beer, he said it was too cold and we went back inside".

Meanwhile, Bae Yong-joon was connected on the phone live by Kim Hyun-joong. He complimented Kim Hyun-joong saying, "This guy has a lot of talent and is always working hard trying to develop more and always being modest".

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