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Surprise date with Park Hae-jin in Weekly Entertainment causes pedestrian traffic jam in Hongdae area

2016/03/05 | Permalink | Source

Park Hae-jin's appearance in Hongdae area led to a huge pedestrian traffic jam.

The episode of KBS 2TV's 'Weekly Entertainment' show on March 5th featured a surprise date ('Guerilla Date') with Park Hae-jin.

Park Hae-jin made a hot debut bringing over the 'younger boy' syndrome ten years ago and now has re-emerged as one of the hottest stars this year. At Park Hae-jin's appearance, the Hongdae area was paralyzed literally.

The filming of the entertainment news show had to be halt due to the unprecedented size of the crowd. Park Hae-jin asked, "Are you sure they are here to see me?" and also "Are you ok" to the people around him, being worried about of the crowd.

As the situation in the area did not subside, they gave up the second attempt to film the show there and had to move to a larger area again to continue filming.

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