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Park Bo-young charms producer Yoo Ho-jin of "1 Night 2 Days"

2015/06/14 Source

Park Bo-young melted the heart of "1 Night 2 Days" producer Yoo Ho-jin.

On the 397th episode of the KBS 2TV show "1 Night 2 Days", the team members left on a friendship trip.

Park Bo-young tried to exchange eggs into coffee. She asked Yoo Ho-jin to do so. She said, "Can I have one sweet and cold one?" However, Yoo Ho-jin was solid about his 2 egg and 1 coffee policy.

Park Bo-young then argued, "It looks like 3 cups of coffee, but would you please explain to me why this is only one cup of coffee?"

Yoo Ho-jin said, "It's 1,200 won for 2 eggs and 1 coffee". Then Park Bo-young charmed him by saying, "Can we just say I owe you one?" The other guests on the show criticized that she was 'not being fair'.

The friendship trip is all about going on a trip with female friends and tries to prove if men and women can be 'friends'.

Guests for this trip are Moon Geun-yeong, Park Bo-young, Sin Ji, Bang Minah, Lee Jeong-yeon and comedian Kim Sook.

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