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"The Princess' Man" Park Si-hoo and his masculine beauty

2011/09/13 | Permalink | Source

Park Si-hoo, from the KBS 2TV drama "The Princess' Man", is showing more and more masculine beauty everyday.

In the first half of "The Princess' Man", Kim Seung-yoo (Park Si-hoo) enthralled women by portraying a 'perfect Chosun man'. However, he changed, becoming angry after discovering the actual identity of his lover Se-ryeong (Moon Chae-won) and being betrayed by his best friend Sin-myeon (Song Jong-ho).

On the fourteenth episode, His kidnapping of Se-ryeong, along with his rough actions and cold attitude toward her, only added to his sexiness, in addition to his low and deep voice.

Producer Yoo Sang-won said, "Kim Seung-yoo, with his various capabilities, acts as a fantasy character for women. He is a perfect character even for a guy".

"The Princess' Man" which typically scores 20% of the night's viewers, is shown every Wednesday and Thursday at 9:55PM.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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