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Kim Su-an, "I couldn't concentrate because of Song Joong-ki"

2017/06/26 | Permalink | Source

Kim Su-an is a fan of Song Joong-ki.

The showcase for the movie "The Battleship Island" was held on the 26th. Director Ryoo Seung-wan and actors Hwang Jung-min, So Ji-sub, Song Joong-ki, Lee Jung-hyun and Kim Su-an were there.

Kim Su-an spoke about Hwang Jung-min; "He was scary at first because his face was red but he was very nice to me. So Ji-sub showed me a lot of card magic".

"I remember Jeong-hyeon from an award ceremony and then I saw her later on "Totoga"".

"I liked Song Joong-ki from "Descendants of the Sun". My phone was covered in his pictures because I like him so much. I couldn't concentrate on acting because of him. However, we didn't run into each other much in the movie".

"The Battleship Island" is a movie about Josun people risking their lives to escape The Battleship Island after being held captive by the Japanese. The movie is out on the 26th of July.

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