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"Color of Woman" Shim Ji-ho reveals firm chest and six pack

2011/12/19 | 4715 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Shim Ji-ho showed his muscles through a gown he wore after a shower.

On the sixth episode of Channel A "Color of Woman" on the 20th, Shim Ji-ho got out of the shower wearing a gown. He displayed his firm chest and muscles through where the gown parted.

This scene was taken at Paju, Kyeonggido last 13th. He wore a dark colored gown that emphasized more on his fair skin. As soon as the muscles were seen, the mood of the set was quite different, or so they say.

The temperature of the set was quite low due to the minus Celsius weather outside. Even colder in the morning, he came out a little damp from the shower.

Productions Logos Film say, "Shim Ji-ho is very pleasant and caring, which is quite similar to Kang Chan-jin from the drama. He doesn't complain about anything during the shoot and everyone is happy".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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