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Yoo Jae-suk parodies Kim Hee-ae's apologetic scene

2014/05/28 | Permalink | Source

Entertainer Yoo Jae-suk apologized for parodying Kim Hee-ae from the drama "Secret Love Affair" at the Baeksang Arts Awards.

He also added for Kim Young-chul-I to be praised when anyone saw him.

Yoo Jae-suk got on stage at the BAA on the 27th to say his speech after winning the Grand Prize in TV.

He said, "I want to say something". Then he turned to Kim Hee-ae and said, "We did a parody of your drama and I wanted to say sorry if I ever met you".

Kim Hee-ae signaled that she knew what he was talking about.

Yoo Jae-suk had imitated her on the MBC TV show "Infinity Challenge" with Kim Young-chul-I.

Kim Young-chul-I was made up with shimmering make-up to be Kim Hee-ae and Yoo Jae-suk was Yoo Ah-in.

Kim Young-chul-I imitated Kim Hee-ae and said to Yoo Jae-suk, "This is me scolding you. This is an extreme praise".

Netizens say, "He's such a well-mannered guy", "He's so funny at the same time", "He didn't forget to mention Kim Young-chul-I" and more.

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