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Kim Ji-hoon-I "Should I call Kim Tae-hee while Lee Wan's not here?"

2012/07/12 | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Ji-hoon-I who is soon to be discharged from the army talked about Lee Wan and his sister Kim Tae-hee.

He was discharged on the 12th at 8:30 AM and said, "The interest that comes to us while we are in the army is slightly different than usual".

Previously, Kim Ji-suk had mentioned that Lee Wan was having an easy life in the army thanks to his sister Kim Tae-hee. Kim Ji-hoon-I also said, "We are in the same troop but they look at him differently".

Kim Ji-hoon-I told a story, "I was out on break with Lee Wan one day and we were sitting in café when Lee Wan went to the bathroom and left his phone on the table. His second sister, Kim Tae-hee called and we all panicked if we should answer it or not".

He continued, "We didn't answer it in the end but Lee Wan came back from the bathroom and asked why we didn't answer it so we were disappointed".

Kim Ji-hoon-I was admitted to the Nonsan training base on the 4th of October 2010 and served his country alongside Lee Joon-gi, Lee Dong-gun, Park Hyo-shin and others.

Source : starin.edaily.co.kr/n...

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