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Park Jin-young sweetly touches Go Hyun-jung (Baeksang)

2011/05/26 | 3063 views | Permalink | Source

Singer and actor Park Jin-young had a sweet 'hand skinship' with actress Go Hyun-jung.

Park Jin-young attended the 7th Baeksang Arts Awards on the 26th and did a celebration performance in the second part of the event.

Park Jin-young sang his own song, OST for KBS 2TV drama "Dream High" and his very own hit song "Proposal" and "Honey".

He introduced himself saying, "Hello, I am rookie actor Park Jin-young" and received a great applause.

He requested, "Will you all please stand up" and everyone sitting in the front row stood up enjoying the music.

When he sang "Honey" he went down the stage to the female actresses and 'acted' out. Han Hyo-joo and Park Ha-sun were shy and giggling but Go Hyun-jung put out her hand for him when he flew her a kiss.

Meanwhile, Park Jin-young attempted at acting for the first time with drama "Dream High" and was nominated for Rookie Actor Award.

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