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"Kill Me, Heal Me" Oh Min-suk exposes upper body

2015/01/20 | 2609 views | Permalink | Source

Oh Min-suk took off his shirt.

Oh Min-suk plays the role of an arrogant but elite entertainment company chairman Cha Ki-joon in the MBC drama "Kill Me, Heal Me".

Stills released on the 21st show Oh Min-suk without a shirt. This scene involved him being in the sauna and many fans had a good show, but the actor himself seems aware of the camera and doesn't look too comfortable.

Oh Min-suk has broad and wide shoulders. Also, his abs are desirably lean and sexy. His toned body has earned him bonus points with the female fans.

The staff were in awe, too. Oh Min-suk didn't forget to do push-ups in the middle of breaks and didn't lose his cool. Thanks to his hard work, his body appeared nicely and many expect to see it in the drama soon enough.

Meanwhile, "Kill Me, Heal Me" deals with a multi-personality disorder patient and plutocrat and his secret doctor. The drama is broadcasted every Wednesday and Thursday at 10PM.

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