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"May Queen" Kim Yoo-jung and Park Gun-tae on a bicycle date

2012/07/27 | 5413 views | Permalink | Source

Kid actors Kim Yoo-jung and Park Gun-tae went on a date.

New MBC drama "May Queen" revealed a picture of Park Gun-tae and Kim Yoo-jung on a date on the 27th.

The two created a unique atmosphere sitting together on a bicycle with the open ocean view as the background.

As if implying Hae-joo (Kim Yoo-jung) and Chang-hee (Jae Hee) are something affectionate since they were of young age, Park Gun-tae is slightly bent forward with a shy look while Kim Yoo-jung seems more mature about it.

Park seems blunt in his character but they look like a picture from a fairytale.

Producer Baek Ho-min requested a 'slightly affectionate' scene and they responded to it satisfactorily.

Meanwhile, "May Queen" will be aired in August with actress Han Ji-hye and Jae Hee as their grown up roles.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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