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Kim Soo-hyun, models for SKT 'in the Star line'

2011/03/22 | 1201 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Soo-hyun has become the newl model for SK Telecom (aka SKT).

Having released the new IPhone 4 last 16th, SKT chose Kim Soo-hyun as their iPhone 4 model and finished shooting his first commercial on the 23rd.

A spokesperson for SKT explained, "Kim Soo-hyun showed a stable act and extraordinary singing in "Dream High" and has established a firm fan base. He has everything we need for our new IPhone 4 model so we chose him".

In the ad, Kim Soo-hyun is freely talking on the phone even in the elevator. He looks dandy and chic in his dark navy colored shirt. Despite the long time in took to shoot, he was always bright and smiling.

His commercial has been on TV since the 22nd and is getting great responses.

Meanwhile, Kim Soo-hyun has been cast for director Choi Dong-hoon's "The Thieves" as the youngest and is preparing to go into shoot.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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