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[Queen Seon-deok] Deokman-Yusin-Alcheon-etc., chicken party + pictures galore

2009/10/15 | 29968 views | Permalink | Source

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-A special chicken party on set as well as fun with the camera

The cast and crew of the much loved "Queen Seon-deok" have found a way to de-stress: a chicken party and fun with the camera.

On the 8th, a sponsor delivered chicken to the Yongin set and lifted the crew's spirits.

Deokman, Yusin, Alcheon, Wolya, Godo, other actors and staff, and director Kim Geun-hong took time off the busy schedule to enjoy a small chicken party.

The topic of Bidam's obsessive love for chicken came up and everyone shared a laugh. Unfortunately Bidam was filming elsewhere with Misil Go Hyun-jung and didn't get to have any chicken.

Another favorite pastime on set is taking pictures with their digital cameras.

Deokman Lee Yo-won and Yusin Uhm Tae-woong share a common interest in cameras, even owning the same kind. Alcheon Lee Seung-hyo just recently developed an interest in taking pictures. Wolya Joo Sang-wook and Godo Ryu Dam, too, are no exception. These days, everyone finds respite amidst the difficult filming by taking pictures.

The most experienced amateur photographer on set Uhm Tae-woong says, "Realism is key. [...] We're providing an insider's look into our daily lives on set. I hope the viewers and netizens find it amusing and refreshing".

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