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Jo In-sung's interview about Song Hye-kyo

2013/07/09 | 5488 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Jo In-sung spoke highly of Song Hye-kyo.

He expressed his thoughts about the actress whom he starred in the drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows" with.

He said, "She's got beauty, concentration, generosity and professionalism. She is one that can be called the flower of the drama. She's got a dramatic face with all the emotions showing".

When he was asked about the difference in height between them he said, "It made us look even better. My tall height compared to hers gave the public the impression that I was her protector".

He also mentioned his expectations in actor Song Joong-ki. He said, "He is macho compared to the way he looks. He suits the word, 'youth'. I want to help him if I can and see what becomes of him in the future".

Meanwhile, Jo In-sung's "That Winter, the Wind Blows" is currently a hit in China and was awarded a prize at the 19th Shanghai TV Festival.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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