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Park Kwang-hyun and Kim Suk-hoon are thoughtful of each other

2013/08/15 | 1978 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Suk-hoon and Park Kwang-hyun were seen very friendly towards each other.

The picture of them shows Park Kwang-hyun getting a piece of flint that landed on Kim Suk-hoon's face.

Park Kwang-hyun is being loved by Kim Suk-hoon like a little brother and Kim Suk-hoon apparently eases his fellow actors and actresses with his soothing voice like the radio DJ that he is.

The director said, "I asked Kim Suk-hoon to hold down the weight of the drama and he's doing it well. Park Kwang-hyun is doing well as well".

New daily drama, "Ruby's Ring" is about a pair of sisters exchanging fate in an accident and living different lives.

The drama stars, Lee So-yeon, Kim Suk-hoon, Im Jung-eun, Park Kwang-hyun, Byun Jung-soo and more.

"Ruby's Ring" will be aired on the 19th of August at 7:50PM.

Source : www.etoday.co.kr/news...

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