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[Spoiler] Kim Soo-hyun is cry baby Hwon?

2012/03/15 | Permalink | Source

It appears that Kim Soo-hyun cried his eyes out at the last taking of the drama "The Sun and the Moon".

The crew of "The Sun and the Moon" put up behind stories and videos of the scene on their homepage on the 15th. The three-minute long video showed the tragic death of Yang-myeong and producer Kim Do-hoon handing out bouquets of flowers to the cast in appreciation.

Jung Eun-pyo, Kim Soo-hyun, Jung Il-woo and Song Jae-rim hugged each other after getting the flowers and patted themselves on the back. Jung Eun-pyo who went throughout the drama from beginning to end cried a little and Kim Soo-hyun did so himself.

Kim Soo-hyun cried hard when he hugged Jung Eun-pyo and Song Jae-rim. Netizens say, "I feel like crying seeing him cry", "He's a cry baby after all!", "They must've gotten very close in the short time" and more.

Meanwhile, "The Sun and the Moon" ended on the 15th with Heo Yeon-woo and Lee Hwon joining bedrooms.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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