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Kim Soo-hyun and Lee Hyun-woo in Running Man

2013/05/02 | 2620 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Kim Soo-hyun and Lee Hyun-woo will be appearing in an entertainment program.

Kim Soo-hyun will be starring in the SBS TV program "Running Man". He's come back to this show after his first time in June last year.

Kim Soo-hyun decided to appear on this program for the promotional reasons of his upcoming movie "Secretly and Greatly". Actor Lee Hyun-woo, who is in the same agency as him and co-actor of the movie, will be making an appearance too.

The recording is going to take place on the 13th of May near Seoul. Kim Soo-hyun hopes to get as many responses he did the last time he was in this program.

Kim Soo-hyun's "Secretly and Greatly" is based on an original web-toon about a North Korean agent living in the South. The other casts include Park Ki-woong, Lee Hyun-woo, Son Hyun-joo and more. To be released on the 5th of June.

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