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Kim Hee-sun caught on CCTV during "Faith"

2012/06/28 Source

Actress Kim Hee-sun scared someone at the supermarket when she appeared with blood all over her while she was shooting the SBS TV drama "Faith".

This happened in Chungnam Buyeo on the 29th and Kim was caught on CCTV as well .

This picture of Kim on CCTV was captured in her fan café and it happened when she stepped into the supermarket to buy drinks for all the members of staff.

The store owner was so overwhelmed that he couldn't even talk properly, let alone ask her for an autograph even after he realized who it was. Kim's clothes had fake blood all over it and the poor store owner was just scared out of his wits.

The store owner later came to her senses and regretted that she didn't even ask her for an autograph but remembered the CCTV and posted the capture online.

Kim's agency said, "Kim Hee-sun was touched by his purity and impressed by his wits. She said she would like to see her again if she went back there".

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