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[Photos] Gang Dong-won's Italian pictures

2015/11/05 | 597 views | Permalink | Source

Fashion magazine High Cut featured Gang Dong-won on the issue published on the 5th of November.

Gang Dong-won posed in the backgrounds of the Bergamo Cathedral in Italy as well as the old alleyways of the city. The cut of him posing on the stairs is in black and white which makes him look more mysterious than he already is.

Gang Dong-won had an interview regarding the movie "The Priests".

He was asked if he wanted to be a solo star in a movie and he said, "I want to make good movies, not make the movie mine. I don't care if it's one-top, two-top or three-tops. If the movie is great and so is my character than I am happy".

About Kim Yun-seok,m he said, "We always ended up having a few drinks while talking about work at the end of the day. He thinks about movies 24 hours a day. He has a lot of passion for it".

The 161st issue of High Cut was released on the 5th.

Source : starin.edaily.co.kr/n...

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