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Kang Ha-neul sings for Han Hyo-joo in SBS TV show 'Late Night TV Entertainment'

2015/01/07 Source

Kang Ha-neul appealed Han Hyo-joo as one of her fans.

On the January 7th show of SBS 'Late Night TV Entertainment', it featured interviews with cast members starring in "C'est Si Bon".

Kang Ha-neul confessed he had been Han Hyo-joo's fan. He said "I have been a long time fan of Han Hyo-joo. So I watched a lot of her works".

When Han Hyo-joo asked "If you'd find a girl you fall in love with, what song do you want to sing for her?", he said "I want to sing a wedding song myself for my wife" and he started singing at the spot.

He also said, "I'd like to sing this song for Hyo-joo nuna since I am her fan". Han Hyo-joo could not hide her excitement.

Kang Ha-neul sang "I choose to love you" sweetly, which made Han Hyo-joo happy.

He also drew attention from public by talking about how he rejected TV commercial offers because he wanted to act in stage plays.

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