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Nam Sang-mi and Kim Ji-hoon

2013/07/23 | 1932 views | Permalink | Source

Nam Sang-mi and Kim Ji-hoon-I create the perfect image of a married couple in the SBS weekend drama "Goddess of Marriage". On the eighth episode, Kim Ji-hoon-I goes through Nam Sang-mi's cell phone and finds out about Lee Sang-woo, thereafter tension arose.

However, the pictures revealed on the 24th show a completely different atmosphere. The two of them used their break time to go over their lines.

A staff member claimed, "We worried about them being so nice and friendly behind camera and then fighting in front of the camera, so because of that Kim Ji-hoon-I said they should leave evidence".

Kim Ji-hoon-I is seen tapping Nam Sang-mi's shoulder or playing with her hair and smiling big.

Kim Ji-hoon-I said, "We get along well so it's nice being around each other. There are many emotional scenes is which I have to accept everything of the woman I love but I can manage with the support of my fans".

Source : 4;전 10:04:52] ...

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