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Hyun Bin pictures of the past mass release! From younger days to 'Sam-sik' days

2011/01/25 | 1883 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Hyun Bin's pictures from the past have been revealed.

The 25th of January episode of SBS "Bae Ki-wan, Choi Young-ah and Jo Hyung-ki's Good Morning" was a Hyun Bin special, the hero of weekend drama "Secret Garden".

In this broadcast Hyun Bin's younger days and the times he dreamt of being an actor was revealed. There was also a surprise video show of a younger Hyun Bin saying, "I want to become an actor. I want my name to have the actor title".

It is known that Hyun Bin dreamt of being an actor because he just liked acting. He left a strong impression in his audition and started letting himself known in the 2003 sitcom, "Non Stop 4". In 2005, he rose to stardom with "My Name is Kim Sam-soon". Ever since then he went back and forth drama's and movie then finally met "Secret Garden".

To the question, "What is Kim Joo-won to Hyun Bin?" he answered, "The last character in my 20s".

Meanwhile, in the midst of fan's disappointment, he will be admitted into a Marines training camp somewhere in Pohang this coming March 7th.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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