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A fatherly smile from Han Suk-kyu to Song Joong-ki

2012/01/04 | Permalink | Source

Actor Han Suk-kyu looked at junior actor Song Joong-ki with a very proud smile.

This image was shown at the 2011 SBS Acting Awards that was held on December 31st.

The camera took shots of actors Han Suk-kyu and Song Joong-ki sitting together at a table during the event. The two actors worked together in the SBS drama "Deep-rooted Tree".

As Han Suk-kyu won the 'Teen Award' Song Joong-ki was the first one to start clapping and be happy for him. When Song Joong-ki won the 'Producer Award', Han Suk-kyu showed tears in his eyes and watched him proudly while making his speech.

He was caught on camera captivated while watching Song Joong-ki answered MC Choi Kang-hee's questions. He had a fatherly look on his face.

Those who have seen this picture say, "Han Suk-kyu is the best", "They were great in the drama", "Han Suk-kyu is so fatherly", "I really like them both" and more.

Han Suk-kyu and Song Joong-ki both starred as the older and younger versions of the King Sejong, respectively.

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