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Cute rebel Kim Woo-bin was a genius?

2012/07/18 | Permalink | Source

The past is out for cute rebel Kim Woo-bin from the SBS weekend drama "A Gentleman's Dignity".

It turns out he is actually an outstanding genius unlike his image from the drama.

A post was uploaded on the internet titled, "Kim Woo-bin's surprising past" with several pictures captured of him.

The pictures compare Kim as Kim Dong-hyeop from the current drama "A Gentleman's Dignity" and as Kang Miru from "Drama Special - White Christmas", comparing their differences very well.

The two characters show a difference in terms of 'grades'. Dong-hyub from "A Gentleman's Dignity" is a rowdy rebel who holds the groundless dream of becoming 'the ethics teacher's younger husband'. On the other hand Miru from "Drama Special - White Christmas" is a smart elite student who is the top out of everyone in school.

However, they share the common fact that they are both rebellious characters who can't be beaten by anyone when it comes to fighting. They also both like elder women. Dong-hyub likes his teacher Seo Ee-soo (Kim Ha-neul) and Miru likes Oh Jeong-hye (Lee El) who saved him in a snow disaster.

Netizens claim them to be alike and show various responses to this post.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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