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[Spoiler] "The Rooftop Prince" Park Yoo-chun mimics Han Ji-min's talking

2012/03/28 Source

Park Yoo-chun exposed his cute appeal by mimicking Han Ji-min's way of talking.

"The Rooftop Prince" on the 28th showed Lee Gak (Park Yoo-chun) and Pak Ha's (Han Ji-min) date.

Prince Lee Gak and Park Ha went to the countryside to get some strawberries. Park Ha couldn't stand the informal tone Lee Gak was using on other people and tried to teach him to talk the formal way.

Park Ha told him she would buy him boiled eggs and cider in the train if he ordered them the way she told him to. Lee Gak refused at first and then copied her with the charm in his voice.

After picking strawberries, Lee Gak and Park Ha had some time leftover and went to the amusement park. She fooled him saying that helium was something sweet and made him drink it. His voice changed comically and was shocked. He yelled "It's outrageous!" but his voice only caused laughter.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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