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Shin Jung-geun compliments Park Shin-hye

2015/04/23 | 1162 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Shin Jung-geun praised the actors and actresses in their 20s who worked with him.

He attended the media day event of "Enemies-In-Law" on the 23rd and talk about Kim Yeong-gwang, Park Shin-hye and the other younger cast.

Shin Jung-geun played Choi Dal-pyeong, Park Shin-hye's father in the drama "Pinocchio" and said, "Lee Jong-suk is amazing. He is good at what he does and helped to liven up the atmosphere. Kim Young-kwang is tall, handsome and talented too".

Then he talked about Park Shin-hye. "She's the best. She called me daddy like the drama and was so nice to Byun Hee-bong who was her grandfather in the drama. She's a kind actress".

About Hong Jong-hyun whom he worked with in "Enemies In-Law", said, "He looks blunt, but he's very hardworking and I like that about him".

Meanwhile, "Enemies In-Law" is a comedy between two families who try to stop Yeong-hee, the youngest daughter of a police family and Cheol-soo (Hong Jong-hyun), the only son of a burglar family from getting married.

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