Kim Soo Ro 'SECRET is Our Asset and National Power'

By Staff Writer | September 06, 2012 02:38 PM EDT

Kim Soo Ro "Secret is Our Asset and National Power"
(Photo : Twitter)

On Tuesday, MBC's "God of Victory" was shot at Suwon air force base. On the set this day, Kim Soo Ro was the captain of SECRET's team and the team competed with KARA.

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Right after the shooting, Hyosung tweeted on Kim Soo Ro's twitter saying "This is Hyosung. Good job today! I had such a good time meeting a good captain." Kim Soo Ro replied "Hyosung, I saw your real side today. Disregard the score, you were the best." Aside from Sunhwa who couldn't join the show due to other schedule, the members of SECRET all left a mention on his twitter, showing the polite side of the group.

Kim Soo Ro added on saying, "'God of Victory' shooting today in four months. KARA vs. SECRET! I was so thankful to both teams who did their best. Why they are Hallyu, why idols are the best nowadays, I felt it so much. Despite the result of the competition, they all did great! Our asset and nation power, they are humble but doing their best in competing. I go to sleep hoping that they will keep on shining our country. Good work."

SECRET is preparing the release of their third mini album Poison on September 13.

 

 

Tagged :  Kim Soo Ro, SECRET, Twitter

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