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Ko So-young, "I enjoy watching '3 Tasty Kings' and 'Knowing Brothers'"

2017/02/09 | Permalink | Source

Actress Ko So-young claimed she enjoys watching TV shows.

A press conference was held in Seoul on the 9th in prior to the launch of the new KBS drama "The Perfect Wife".

Ko So-young said, "I watch TV shows more than dramas and I like watching cooking shows. I love eating and I go around looking for famous restaurants. My husband complained that I watch too many eating shows at night but he likes them more than I do. There are so many talented people these days so I am scared there's nothing I can do to show them. I like anything that has realism in it".

"I like watching "Knowing Brothers", "1 Night 2 Days" and "3 Tasty Kings". I like Baek Jong-won. I also like "What To Eat?" These shows help me decide what to cook for the day. It's also fun watching how other people live".

Meanwhile, Ko So-young is starring in "The Perfect Wife", a drama based on woman power as soon through Sim Jae-bok. It's written by Yoon Kyeong-ah and directed by Hong Seok-goo.

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