Song Joong Ki, "She's Pretty Right? Park Bo Young is Mine"... But the Response Is?
By Staff Writer | October 13, 2012 02:45 AM EDT
Song Joong Ki's shocking comment caught the attention of his fans.
Today, the stage greeting for the movie "Wolf Boy" was held in Busan, and the directors and cast of the movie showed up.
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Song Joong Ki revealed that it was his first time attending the Busan International Film Festival because he was not able to make it to other ones because of filming. He said, "Korean movies received a lot of love this year, and I am so honored to be able to attend in the year that this happened", smiling.
The cast that went on stage received much cheering for the audience, and when the male fans in the audience yelled out Park Bo Young's name, Song Joong Ki said, "She's pretty, right? But Park Bo Young is mine", jokingly.
But Park Bo Young, who looked shocked, said "But Song Joong Ki is all yours", arousing laughter.
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