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Kim Hyun-joong "I will follow Bae Yong-joon anywhere"

2011/06/06 | Permalink | Source

Yonsama Bae Yong-joon makes a surprise voice appearance in SBS variety talk show "Kang Heart".

Kim Hyun-joong appears on this program on the 7th at 11:15PM and talks about his friendship with current owner of his management company, Bae Yong-joon. "Recently he said he was in Busan alone so I went over there and spent time with him".

He then tried a surprise phone call with Bae Yong-joon and their affetction for each other was confirmed when he answered the call. Bae Yong-joon on this day showed much care for Kim Hyun-joong.

He also said, "I want Kim Hyun-joong get hit with the wind blower" and made Kim Hyun-joong uneasy. Bae Yong-joon answered all questions with wit and charisma.

Meanwhile, Yunho, Kim Hyun-joong, Joonho (2PM), Ahn Moon-sook, Hong Suk-chun, Park Jung-ah, Hwang Gwang-hee (ZE:A - Children of Empire) and Leeteuk's sister Park In-young makes appearances in "Kang Heart's – King of Kings" battling with talk.

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