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Song Joong-ki spotted at LA Dodgers game

2016/07/06 | Permalink | Source

Actor Song Joong-ki was spotted at a major league baseball game.

Pictures of him were posted online on the 6th. Song Joong-ki is wearing sunglasses and a hooded shirt but he's recognizable from afar. He was watching the LA and Baltimore game.

He is known for his love for baseball. He was a special hitter for the LG pro-baseball team in 2010 and in 2015 he threw a ball for Hanhwa. He also stayed back to watch the game until the end. He also claimed baseball was what helped him through military life. He said, "I like Hanhwa and I am happy to be able to watch baseball comfortably now".

Song Joong-ki took on the role of Yoo Si-jin in the KBS 2TV drama "Descendants of the Sun". Now he's taking a break in LA.

Previously, a Chinese media reported that Song Joong-ki was spotted with a girl in LA.

However, Blossom Entertainment claimed Song Joong-ki was with a staff member.

Meanwhile, Song Joong-ki is shooting the upcoming movie "The Battleship Island".

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