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Song Joong-ki, "I cried when Han Suk-kyu taught me"

2011/10/30 | 1392 views |  | Permalink | Source

Song Joong-ki cried because of Han Suk-kyu.

Song Joong-ki spoke about his impression of "Deep-rooted Tree" on the SBS Power FM show "Park So-yeon's Love Game".

He said, "I read the script three to four months ago and I couldn't sleep because of the pressure. Not just the fact that I was acting out someone so great, but also playing the younger role of Han Suk-kyu, a great actor".

He then continued, "There was an imaginary scene where the young Sejong and the older Sejong talk to each other and that was the second time I met with Han Suk-kyu. He monitored my acting later and I felt tears in my eyes. He appraised me for doing a good job and I couldn't help but tear".

Meanwhile, Song Joong-ki will be coming back with "Penny Pinchers", a movie with Han Ye-seul. He said, "There are no pretty scenes of me, it is one of the worst characters I've ever been but it should be fun".

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