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"May Queen" kid stars eat their snacks

2012/07/12 | 1481 views | Permalink | Source

MBC weekend drama "May Queen" was rich with good to eat.

Kim Yoo-jung, Park Ji-bin, Park Gun-tae, GREE, Jung Ji-so, Kang Ji-woo and other kid stars are getting lots of snack sponsors. Lee Duk-hwa gave out ice cream for the little ones who were tired under the sun last week and this weekend, a neighbor brought out steamed potatoes for them.

Apparently, everyone on set and the neighboring people wished them to grow up well with all these delicious foods.

May Queen Culture Company said, "As much as their roles in the drama is big they get a lot of attention on site as well. They are as big as any other star and this is being proven as we speak".

Meanwhile, "May Queen" is being filmed all over Ulsan and nearby cities and is about a woman who overcomes obstacles and becomes an oceans expert. The grown up casts include, Han Ji-hye, Kim Jae-won, Jae Hee, Lee Duk-hwa, Yang Mi-kyung, Kim Kyu-chul, Ko In-beom, Ahn Nae-sang, Geum Bo-ra and others. Coming in August.

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