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Kim Hyun-joo shows her confidence, "It's only fair that they give me Best Actress"

2011/12/20 | 1000 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Hyun-joo showed confidence in her chances at the end-of-year award shows.

She appeared on the SBS TV program "Kang Heart" on December 20th and showed her frank desire for an award.

When she was told that she had been nominated as a candidate for the Grand Award for drama "Twinkle Twinkle", she said, "I knew that".

When she was asked if she was hoping to receive it she said, "I never thought about it at first. However, the people around me are expecting me to get it".

When Kim Young-chul-I said, "You hope to take Best Actress, right?" she replied, "It's only fair that I do. When I think about the staff who worked so hard..."

Meanwhile, "Kang Heart" had a Christmas Special and the cast included Kim Hyun-joo, Lee Jung-jin, Im Baek-cheon, Ryoo Tae-joon, IU, Meng Se-chang and more.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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