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Kang Ha-neul shows support for Kim Woo-bin struggling from cancer

2017/05/25 Source

Actor Kang Ha-neul showed support for actor Kim Woo-bin who is suffering from cancer.

Kang Ha-neul posted on his Instagram on the 25th saying, "It hurts you and worries you even if a single member of the family gets a cold. My friend is struggling with a disease alone. I already knew before but now that everyone knows so I ask of you, to hope for his best wishes and only speak words of encouragement and warmth to him".

"I felt bad for my friend as we were too busy to even have a drink together. I hope he doesn't lose his humor, wit and laughter even in these terrible times. I love you Woo-bin, don't lose hope".

Kang Ha-neul posted the poster of the movie "Free Willy". This movie was released on the 6th of August in 1994 and it tells the story of a boy who overcomes obstacles and makes friends with a killer whale.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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