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Actor Song Il-gook is thankful as triplets, Daehan, Minkuk, Manse celebrate 1000th day

2014/12/10 Source

Actor Song Il-gook is thankful as they celebrate their triplets' 1000th day since they were born.

On the last 10th, Song Il-gook commented on his twitter, 'It's already 1000th day since Daehan, Minkuk, Manse were born. Dyany,

uk, Mandde! Thank you for growing up healthy! Boys, keep up the good work".

In the photo uploaded with the comment, Deahan, Minkuk, Manse are holding a toy in each one's hands and looking into camera dreamingly. Their cute images catch your heart.

Netizens said, "Triplets, they are so cute! Keep growing this way", "Congratulations on the 1000th day", "Triplets and Song Il-gook, congratulations", "I laugh and cry because of the triplets these day. I am so happy thanks to you" and so on.

Song Il-gook and Deahan, Minkuk, Manse are beloved with their appearance in KBS 2TV entertainment show 'Happy Sunday – Superman Returns'.

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