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[Interview] Kim So-hyun-I Remembers When Yoo Joon-sang Scolded Uhm Ki-joon

2018/12/06 | 455 views | Permalink | Source

Yoo Joon-sang is a feared senior by Uhm Ki-joon.

Yoo Joon-sang explained why he had to scold Uhm Ki-joon on the KBS 2TV show "Happy Together 4".

Kim So-hyun-I said, "We were in the musical "The Three Musketeers" when Yoo Joon-sang scolded Uhm Ki-joon. I can't forget it because it was so scary".

Uhm Ki-joon said, "I was practicing fencing by myself, but they waited for me because I said I was coming. I was 30 minutes late and everyone had been waiting for me".

Yoo Joon-sang said, "So I decided he should be scolded and became the bad guy. I didn't want Uhm Ki-joon getting scolded by someone else. I didn't want them backstabbing later on, so I over did it on purpose".

However, he added, "I regretted it later. Now Uhm Ki-joon bullies me and this would never happen if I didn't scold him back then".

Meanwhile, Yoo Joon-sang, Uhm Ki-joon, Kim Bup-rae, Min Young-gi and Kim So-hyun-I appeared on the TV show "Happy Together 4".

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