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Lee Jong-suk and Park Shin-hye get awarded and take selfie together

2015/10/29 Source

The 2015 Public Culture and Arts Festival was held on the 29th.

The Prime Minister's Citation was given to JYJ, IU, Park Shin-hye, Oh Dal-soo, Lee Jong-suk, Choi Jung-won, Kim Jong-kook and Kim Hak-rae.

Lee Jong-suk and Park Shin-hye took a selfie together at the end of making a drama. They starred in the drama "Pinocchio" together and had said, "We are moving on now. We are happy to have worked with such great people and we're happy with the drama. Three months of hard work comes to an end today. Thank you for the love and support. Thank you and we love you".

In the picture, Lee Jong-suk is wearing a tuxedo and Park Shin-hye is wearing a white dress.

Meanwhile, after he was given the Prime Minister's citation, Lee Jong-suk said, "Thank you for such a great award. I always make my speeches short because I am nervous and I would like to thank my fans".

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