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Park Kyung-rim "Jo In-sung and Hyun Bin were mine once"

2012/03/06 | 1597 views |  | Permalink | Source

Park Kyung-rim talked about her relationships with Jo In-sung and Hyun Bin in the past.

She appeared on the SBS TV program "Kang Heart" and said, "Jo In-sung and Hyun Bin were my men" and talked about how they became stars after meeting her.

She continued, "There was a kiss scene with Yang Dong-geun on "Non Stop" (MBC) but none with Jo In-sung. So I told the director we needed a kiss scene with Jo In-sung for the fun of the story".

"Jo In-sung was a rookie and I kept making NG's because I was laughing and he asked if he was making such a mistake".

She then explained, "I did a photo shoot with Hyun Bin for a fashion magazine before I went to the States. All then men there had to take off their shirts and Hyun Bin was one of them".

Meanwhile, the guest appearances for this day were Lee Hyeon-i, Girl's Generation Seohyeon, Se7en, Choi Hally, Miss A Suzy, Min, Kim Hak-chul, K-Will and more.

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