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Lee Hong-ki says yes, it's possible to remain as just friends with Park Shin-hye

2015/11/23 | 2601 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Hong-ki clarified that he's just friends with Park Shin-hye.

On the November 23rd episode of JTBC's talk show, 'Non Summit', F.T. Island member Lee Hong-ki appeared. Emcee Jun Hyun-moo asked him, "I recently read the article saying you and Park Shin-hye are a good example of guy friend and female friend. Is it even possible? What do you do when you meet Park Shin-hye?".

Lee Hong-ki answered, "It's possible. She's like my other male friends. We just hang out drinking together and playing bowling". Jun Hyun-moo asked again, "Has there been any time only you two met alone". Lee Hong-ki answered, "Sometimes" in such voice tone saying it's not a big deal.

Talk show, 'Non Summit' is a program where young people from different countries sit down to talk about various subjects.

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