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Park Yoo-chun takes picture with "Sungkyunkwan Scandal" co-stars

2010/12/03 | Permalink | Source

Korean actor Yoo Ah-in, Park Yoo-chun and Song Joong-ki [Online community site]

K-pop star Park Yoo-chun caused a stir on the Internet on Friday regarding the size of his head, after a picture of him with his co-stars from KBS drama "Sungkyunkwan Scandal" was revealed.

A photograph of Park Yoo-chun, Yoo Ah-in and Song Joong-ki was posted on popular online community website bestiz, showing the three stars in the waiting room for JYJ's "JYJ Worldwide Concert in Seoul" held last weekend.

Fans who have seen the picture responded, "Park Yoo-chun's head is really small, almost to the point of extinction" and "The three of the stars look really handsome and it truly seems like they're in for a lifelong friendship".

The three starred in KBS' mini-series "Sungkyunkwan Scandal", a fusion history drama set in the 18th century revolving around a girl named Kim Yoon-hee (played by actress Park Min-young) who disguised herself as a boy to get into a school.

The drama brought in viewership ratings in the high ten percent range on TV charts as well as taking the No. 2 spot amongst other Monday and Tuesday dramas during its two-month run starting late-August.

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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