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"D-Day" Kim Young-kwang fans buy desserts for everyone

2015/08/17 | Permalink | Source

Fans of actor Kim Young-kwang delivered a dessert truck.

They prepared this little treat for the actors and staff members of the new JTBC drama "D-Day" who have been working hard in the heat of the summer.

"The making of the drama started in the summer and there are many scenes taken outside so everyone is exhausted. Thanks to Kim Young-kwang's fans we were able to enjoy ice cream and iced drinks and cool off".

Kim Young-kwang was delighted at the gesture from his fans. He posted a picture of himself standing in front of the dessert truck.

"D-Day" is almost 80% complete and it's known for the intense scale and blockbuster level of action. Intensity revolves around an earthquake continuously.

Apparently Kim Young-kwang himself has prepared presents for the staff members and always tries to brighten up the atmosphere of the set.

Meanwhile, "D-Day" is a human drama about a crisis medical team called DMAT who risk their lives to save other lives from earthquakes and desperate circumstances.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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