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Kim Soo-ro and Ji Chang-wook show loyalty

2013/02/18 | 768 views | Permalink | Source

Ji Chang-wook's fan club watch the show "Europe Blog"

Actors Kim Soo-ro and Ji Chang-wook showed off their friendship.

Ji Chang-wook's fan club gathered to Kim Soo-ro's show "Europe Blog". The fan club gathered to support Kim who is usually on buddy terms with Ji. Kim Soo-ro's source said, "They met in 2010 in the movie "Death Bell". Ji treats Kim as his senior and Kim takes good care of Ji".

Ji had been promoting Kim's show and showing support. His fan club decided to round up its members and make an appearance at Kim's show, supporting their friendship. Kim posted on his SNS, "I am so grateful to Ji Chang-wook's fan club for coming to watch my show. I'm sure our friendship won't change and I thank him too".

"Europe Blog" is a musical consisting of Europe's unique background and stories and it will be shown until the 31st of May at the Seoul, Daehangno Cultural Space Feeling 1.

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