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Kim Eung-soo shows endless love for Kim Jae-joong

2012/05/30 | Permalink | Source

Kim Eung-soo showed his love for Kim Jae-joong.

MBC TV program "Good Day" found the site of the fusion medical drama "Dr. JIN".

In the paper Kim Eung-soo was holding, there was sticker that said 'Support Kyeong-tak' (Kim Jae-joong). The cameraman asked him why the sticker was there.

Kim Eung-soo replied, "He is my son in the drama. He has my blood so I adore him".

He continued, "When I saw Jae-joong during our first shoot, we were very alike. It's weird. I didn't notice when he was singing but now that I see him here he's very alike me. The directors all say 'like father like son' too. Jae-joong also says I'm like his father. We work well together".

Meanwhile, Kim Eung-soo is currently taking on the role of the first vice-premier Kim Byeong-hee. Kim Jae-joong takes on the role of Kim Byeong-hee's son Kim Kyeong-tak.

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