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[Spoiler] "Dream High" Kim Soo-hyun Wooyoung 'The Last Concert' sing in passion

2011/01/11 | 2961 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Soo-hyun and 2PM's Wooyoung sang Lee Seung-chul's 'The Last Concert'.

In the 4th episode of "Dream High" on the 10th, Song Sam-dong (Kim Soo-hyun) comes to Seoul to find Ko Hae-mi (Suzy) and admits into Gi Rin High School of Arts.

Song Sam-dong, who was late for the school opening ceremony and didn't get to sing, butted in when Jason was singing 'The Last Concert'. However, the competition was won by Jason who had longer breathing.

Song Sam-dong also drew attention as he cut his messy hair and turned out neat and clean.

The responses from the viewers are hot, "I can only see Kim Soo-hyun", "His eyes and his dialect acting is amazing" , "He also sings well", "I'm Kim Soo-hyun -holic".

Meanwhile there was a tussle in the bathroom when rivals Hae-mi and Baek-hee (Ham Eun-jung) ran into each other in the bathroom.

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