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[PHOTOS] "Daemul - Big Thing" press conference

2010/09/30 | 918 views | Permalink | Source

kwon Sang-woo [Han Youn-jong/Asia Economic Daily]

Actor kwon Sang-woo poses during a photocall of a press conference for SBS TV series "Daemul - Big Thing" held at the Lotte Hotel in Jamsil of Seoul, South Korea on September 29, 2010.

Go Hyun-jung [Han Youn-jong/Asia Economic Daily]

Actress Go Hyun-jung attends a press conference for SBS TV series "Daemul - Big Thing" held at the Lotte Hotel in Jamsil of Seoul, South Korea on September 29, 2010.

Go Hyun-jung [Han Youn-jong/Asia Economic Daily]

kwon Sang-woo and Go Hyun-jung [Han Youn-jong/Asia Economic Daily]

From left, actor kwon Sang-woo and actress Go Hyun-jung pose during a photocall of a press conference for SBS TV series "Daemul - Big Thing" held at the Lotte Hotel in Jamsil of Seoul, South Korea on September 29, 2010.

Lee Soo-kyung and kwon Sang-woo [Han Youn-jong/Asia Economic Daily]

From left, actress Lee Soo-kyung and actor kwon Sang-woo pose during a photocall of a press conference for SBS TV series "Daemul - Big Thing" held at the Lotte Hotel in Jamsil of Seoul, South Korea on September 29, 2010.

Cha In-pyo, Go Hyun-jung and kwon Sang-woo [Han Youn-jong/Asia Economic Daily]

From left, actors Cha In-pyo, Go Hyun-jung and Kwon Sang-wo pose during a photocall of a press conference for SBS TV series "Daemul - Big Thing" held at the Lotte Hotel in Jamsil of Seoul, South Korea on September 29, 2010.

Photographer : Han Youn-jong hyj0709@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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