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Moon Geun-young was against casting Ok Taecyeon. Why?

2010/10/27 | 1826 views | Permalink | Source

Moon Geun-young lately confessed that she was worried about Ok Taecyeon's acting performance.

Via phone, Moon Geun-young confirmed that she was having a good friendship with Ok Taecyeon, even after the drama, on October 27th MBC 'Radio-Star'.

Ok Taecyeon and Moon Geun-young acted together in KBS 2TV "Cinderella"s Sister'. 'Radio-Star' MCs asked Moon Geun-young how she felt when she first knew that Ok Taecyeon and she will be act together.

Moon Geun-young answer, "At first I was against casting Ok Taecyeon because I thought he won't do his job with effort. But I was surprised because he was good and passionate about acting on the set.

She added, "I'm a good friend of him. We drank together once".

On the other hand, for that day's 'Radio-Star', 2PM's Ok Taecyeon and Wooyung, Miss A's Zia and Min appeared.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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