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Song Joong-ki at school, "Descendants of the Sun" Yoo Si-jin's smile still there

2016/03/28 | 4178 views | Permalink | Source

Song Joong-ki's moments at school was revealed on the tvN show "List of Names".

Song Joong-ki came in 8th place of the TV show on this day as one of director Kwon Hae-bom's ("My Little Television") friends.

Song Joong-ki was a high achiever while he was at school and was good enough to be the student president. He then broke through a competition of 45.5:1 and was admitted to Sungkyunkwan University.

Song Joong-ki has always been known to be a smart and intelligent actor since his debut. He is a representing star of Sungkyunkwan University. He holds various posts in succession.

In addition, he's still good looking as he always was when he was in school. He looks the same as Yoo Si-jin in "Descendants of the Sun" as he did when he was in high school.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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