4 Minute's Nam Jihyun Asks Super Junior Donghae For Large Sum of Money on 'Beatles Code 2' [VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | June 09, 2012 06:42 PM EDT
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In the recent episode of Mnet ‘Beatles Code 2," 4 Minute members called different people to test their friendship.
Nam Jihyun called Super Junior's Donghae and asked if she could borrow some money. She even added that it was quite urgent which may have made it an even harder favor to ask.
Surprisingly, Donghae replied without hesitation, "Is there something wrong? You don't have to give me a reason now." He then promptly asked how much she needed even though she replied, "I won't be able to pay you back right away. I might not even be able to pay you back." Donghae responded by saying, "It's ok, it seems like you really need it."
Through this call it was clear that Donghae valued their friendship.
Afterwards, Super Junior's Shindong picked up the phone and stated, "When I asked if I could borrow some money you kept asking me why I needed it!" However, at that time Donghae actually did lend Shindong a great amount of money.
Nam Jihyun and Donghae became close friends through the SBS drama ‘It's Ok, Daddy's Girl’ which aired in 2010.
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