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Song Il-gook "In between a couple of mating horses..."

2011/03/03 | 3038 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Song Il-gook spoke about the episode when he was between a couple of mating horses.

In the KBS 2TV program "Happy Together Season 3" on the 3rd he revealed an experience, "I once had a horse put his arms around my neck".

When the members of the cast showed disbelief he described how a horse suddenly put both paws on his shoulders and put its cheek on his. This was a real experience from when he was shooting drama "Emperor of The Sea".

He continued, "Turns out, it had gotten on top of the female horse I was sitting on". And thought about the time he was sitting between two mating horses.

He caused laughter, "It was a very serious situation but everyone around me was going down laughing".

Meanwhile, the cast for new KBS 2TV drama "Detectives in Trouble" Song Il-gook, Song Ji-hyo, Lee Jong-hyuk, Kim Jun and more made appearances.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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