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Behind "Yawang" Kwon Sang-woo is Son Tae-young

2012/12/16 | 2004 views | Permalink | Source

Son Tae-young has volunteered to be her husband's assistant. While she is taking a break from her work, she rolled up her sleeves for her husband kwon Sang-woo.

She posted the message, "KSW loves "Yawang""on her Facebook and various SNS. She was also seen at several events and supported the drama and her husband.

The family of three went on a vacation with their son Rook-hee before Kwon went into shoot. Son Tae-young is also taking more care of the child so that Kwon can concentrate on his work.

A source says, "Their love is quite unique. Like she served everyone with healthy food on the set during "Daemul - Big Thing", she is going to do something similar this time".

Son Tae-young has been focusing on charity work and will come back with work next year. She has been getting several offers and she should start soon.

Source : sports.donga.com/3/al...

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