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"Scarlet Heart: Ryeo" Lee Joon-gi charms his brothers

2016/09/12 | 9137 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Joon-gi has adjusted to being the Prince.

In the stills of the SBS drama "Scarlet Heart: Ryeo", Wang So (Lee Joon-gi) was seen having a good time with his brothers.

The brothers are playing horseback in two teams while others are watching them.

The 10th prince Wang Eun (EXO Baekhyun) is the jockey while Wang So is the horse with the 13th prince Baek Ah (Nam Joo-hyuk). The 14th prince Wang Jeong (Ji Soo) is the horse for the other team.

Wang So looks very determined about the game. He is so serious he is almost funny and cute.

According to sources, Wang So who moved into to the Imperial Palace, takes various classes to build his strength.

Wang So hasn't been with his brothers long enough so it's awkward but he's trying his best to make it work.

Meanwhile, "Scarlet Heart: Ryeo" can be seen on the 12th at 10PM.

Source : www.newdaily.co.kr/ne...

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