Big Star’s FeelDog, 2PM’s Chansung, and Lee Ji Hoon Selca Photo!
By Staff Writer | August 30, 2013 08:56 AM EDT
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On August 28, Lee Ji Hoon uploaded this photo along with the caption, "Right now it is 4:28AM in the Netherlands. I suddenly miss Changmin and John Park and Lee Soo Geun and Kang Ho Dong and Jo Dal Hwan and even the professor! All of you!"
In the photo are MBC "Our Neighborhood Sports and Arts" badminton co-players FeelDog, Chansung, and Lee Ji Hoon. The three are smiling warmly into the camera.
Netizens who came across this photo commented, "FeelDog, Chansung, and Lee Ji Hoon are cute," "I love watching 'Our Neighborhood Sports and Arts,'" "FeelDog's eating storm was so cute," "Chansung's abs are hot," and "Lee Ji Hoon Fighting in your Netherlands shoot!"
On the last episode of "Our Neighborhood Sports and Arts" that aired on August 27, the members visited Taereung Athlete Village and went through intense training with Korean national wrestling athletes.
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