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Jo In-sung, Lee Kwang-soo and Song Joong-ki to go on a trip

2015/06/03 | Permalink | Source

Jo In-sung, Lee Kwang-soo and Song Joong-ki have gone on a trip.

The three of them were spotted departing from the Incheon International Airport on the 3rd.

The three friends were on their personal trip abroad.

Where they were headed is unknown as it is a personal trip between the three friends.

The three of them are known for their good bond. Song Joong-ki who was discharged from the military on the 26th said, "Lee Kwang-soo was more supportive to me than girl groups. They appeared on the SBS TV show "Running Man" and KBS drama "Nice Guy" together too. Song Joong-ki and Jo In-sung starred in the movie "A Frozen Flower" and "It's Okay, That's Love" together.

Meanwhile, Jo In-sung is revising new scenarios and Lee Kwang-soo is still active in "Running Man". Song Joong-ki is coming back with the KBS 2TV drama "Descendants of the Sun".

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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