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Jo In-sung, Kwon Sang-woo, "Here to see Go Hyun-jung"

2011/11/14 | 3005 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Go Hyun-jung has some fancy personal connections.

Jo In-sung, kwon Sang-woo, Lee Na-young and other top stars visited Go Hyun-jung on the site of her 2012 movie "Miss Conspirator".

Jo In-sung, known as best friends with Go Hyun-jung, visited the site to say hello to the staff and of course Ko herself.

He prepared donuts for the team and showed off close friendship with Go Hyun-jung. A male staff also said, "This is the first time I'm fluttering because of a man. He's really cool".

kwon Sang-woo who knew Ko through the drama "Daemul - Big Thing" visited the site on another location at the end of October. Lee Na-yeong went all the way to Busan to visit Ko in November.

The response from the staff was amazing when Lee Na-young visited the site that day.

Meanwhile, "Miss Conspirator" will crank up in December and be released early next year.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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