Kim Hyun Soo Secret Crush Is Co-Star Kim Soo Hyun?

By Hei Ryung | February 02, 2014 11:34 PM EST

Kim Hyun Soo's Crush is Kim Soo Hyun

One of the fastest rising child star in Korea today is Kim Hyun Soo, she was cast to plat the role as the child version of Jun Ji Hyun on 'You Who Came From The Stars' which is also a hit drama. In one of the broadcast of KBS2TV, she revealed her ideal type and its none other than her co-star Kim Soo Hyun.

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In the February 1st broadcast of KBS 2TV Lunar New Year special 'Star Friend', one of the MC of the program, Yoon Son Ha set a slumber party featuring child actresses and they've been asked, "Who is your ideal type?" Kim Hyun Soo is being honest in her reply. Like most of the girls in her generation, she described her ideal guy, she said, "I like good-looking [men]".

When asked about , "Then among celebrities?... Isn't it the person you're filming with?" Kim Hyun Soo felt shy and was caught off guard about her type of guy and admits, "Kim Soo Hyun", looks like Kim Hyun Soo has her eyes on Kim Soo Hyun. She's definitely crushing on him.


Kim Hyun Soo portray the love interest of Kim Soo Hyun during the Joseon Dynasty to which she played the younger version of Jun Ji Hyun. Luckily, you would notice also the similarities when it comes to their names, right?

Tagged :  kbs2tv, STAR FRIEND, Yoon Son Ha, Kim Hyun Soo, Kim Soo Hyun

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