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Kim Soo-hyun's second time with Jun Ji-hyun

2014/03/05 | 3121 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Soo-hyun co-acted with actress Jun Ji-hyun in the movie "The Thieves" and in the recent drama "My Love from the Star".

Kim Soo-hyun mentioned this fact at a press conference held on March 5th at Lotte Hotel.

He said, "I was very comfortable working with her. She's usually very cheerful so it was easy and as a result, I had better concentration".

"The scene where we kissed in the middle of the iced lake in frozen time made me feel warm and I'm glad everyone else liked it".

Kim Soo-hyun acted as the character Do Min-joon, an alien from 400 years ago and fell in love with Cheon Song-I (Jun Ji-hyun). The final episode of the drama ended with 28.1%.

Meanwhile, Kim Soo-hyun is appearing in the famous Chinese TV show this coming 8th. Then, he'll be touring 7 countries and 9 cities to meet his fans.

Source : www.nocutnews.co.kr/s...

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