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Kim Sung-kyun Compliments Ji Sung on His Tireless Efforts

2018/09/17 | 365 views | Permalink | Source

Ji Sung is known as the 'practice fairy' of "Fengshui".

MBC TV show "Section TV News" interviewed Ji Sung, Lee Won-geun, Kim Sung-kyun, and Yoo Jae-myung.

Everyone called Ji Sung the 'practice fairy.' Kim Sung-kyun said, "Ji Sung never let go of his sword on site. If his sword broke while practicing, he looked for the spare one right away".

Kim Sung-kyun plays the villain. "I've missed it. It was a lot of fun playing the bad guy in a historical movie".

Where do these actors enjoy spending their time? Yoo Jae-myung said, "There's a café I go to a lot. I always read my scripts there and that always brought about good results. There's also a public bath I like to go to. I can't go anywhere else".

Cho Seung-woo was chosen as the actor who looks best in a Hanbok. Lee Won-geun said he looked good in the variety of hanbok that he wore throughout the movie.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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