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Kim Soo-hyun, the Visual That Draws the Attention of Asia

2020/03/29 Source

A pictorial of Kim Soo-hyun, who is starring in "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" was released.

The actor caused a great stir when he made a special appearance in dramas "Hotel Del Luna" and "Crash Landing on You" after his military service.

This pictorial was taken for the fashion magazine ELLE, introducing new collections. Kim Soo-hyun is dressed in light materials, expressing spring with his unique softness and coziness.

According to sources, despite the weekend photo shoot, he was so cool and professional about his work and appealed to the staff on site.

The pictures of Kim Soo-hyun can be seen in the April issue of ELLE and the website.

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"It's Okay to Not Be Okay" is directed by Park Shin-woo, written by Jo Yong, and features Kim Soo-hyun, Seo Ye-ji, Oh Jung-se, Park Gyu-young, Kim Joo-hun, Park Jin-joo. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/06/20~Upcoming, Sat, Sun on tvN.

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