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[Spoiler] "Dream High Season 2" Kim Soo-hyeon makes a special appearance

2012/01/30 | 1463 views | Permalink | Source

Star Kim Soo-hyun from season 1 of "Dream High" opened the curtains to "Dream High Season 2".

On the first episode of KBS 2TV drama "Dream High Season 2" Sam-dong (Kim Soo-hyun and Rian (Jiyeon) shared an affectionate kiss.

This was a scene from the drama and not a real kiss, however. The actor opposite Rian was Sam-dong. A favorite line from Season 1, "You are like pesticide", was said but there were continuous re-takes because there were no tears, and any delay in the shooting was caused simply by a lack of acting talent.

Rian's character and personality shined when she complained about wanting to change another star's schedule to accomodate her own.

On the first episode of the drama "Dream High Season 2", on which IU also made a special appearance, there was a commotion about a law that restricts nighttime shows for young idol stars.

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