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[Spoiler] "Dream High" Kim Soo-hyun, cuts hair and cries... why?

2011/02/06 | 4345 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Soo-hyun from KBS2 Monday and Tuesday drama "Dream High" cut his hair and cried many tears.

Only having feelings for Ko Hye-mi (Suzy), Song Sam-dong (Kim Soo-hyun) turns into a totally different person in the episode on the 7th. He cuts his hair and returns as a tougher man. In the Japan, Nagoya school trip, Sam-dong (Kim Soo-hyun) learns passion from the Japanese B-Boy team and decides to become the best star after seeing Hye-mi and Jin-gook's (Ok Taecyeon) date. He is finally ready to soften the edges and re-appear as a new star.

The staff complimented him and his crying act after cutting his hair and not being able to control himself and his bursting heart. In the later half of the drama "Dream High" begins Sam-dong's transformation, Jin-gook and Baek-hee's (Ham Eun-jung) mixed love line and Pil-sook (IU) and Jason's (Wooyoung) pretty love story.

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