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[Spoiler] "The Rooftop Prince" prince and the trio cut hair

2012/04/03 | Permalink | Source

The four main males in "The Rooftop Prince" cut their hair.

Park Yoo-chun, Lee Tae-ri, Choi Wooshik and Jung Suk-won from the SBS drama "The Rooftop Prince" cut their hair.

Prince Lee Gak (Park Yoo-chun) ordered Song Man-bo (Lee Tae-ri), So Chi-san (Choi Wooshik) and Woo Yong-sul (Jung Suk-won) to cut their hair to adjust to the 300 years they've traveled into the modern times.

The trio who think preciously of what their parents gave them were stubborn and said no but the prince insisted.

The reactions to those four when they showed up on set with hair cut and dressed in black suits, was amazing. They looked different from when they had long hair and wore sweat suits.

The staff on site said, "When they were walking, they looked like The Beatles. I knew they were good looking but I didn't think it would make this much of a difference".

This new image of them can be seen on the 4th at 9:55PM.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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