Park Bo Gum And Figure Skating Kim Yuna For 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Campaign With 'Coca Cola'

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Park Bo Gum has expanded his career not only in acting but also appearing on variety shows and shooting some commercials. After being reported to appear on "Running Man" new episode, Park Bo Gum surprises his fans shooting for "Coca Cola" with figure skating queen, Kim Yuna.

Reported by AllKpop, Park Bo Gum and Kim Yuna were chosen as models for 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics campaign with "Coca Cola." The chemistry was really good and it could be seen on the picture. Moreover, "Coca Cola" added that everyone had a great time because of Park Bo Gum and Kim Yuna's energy even though the shoot lasted longer.

This is not the first time for Park Bo Gum to shoot a commercial with Park Yuna. Previously, both had done the shoot for "J.Estina." The shoot went really well and they were wearing all pink, looking cute. Reported by Soompi, the global luxury brand "J.Estina" posted photos of them both in pink outfits for White Day on March 3.

After the filming of the CF, fans were so jealous of them both as the chemistry was no joke at all. Meanwhile, Park Bo Gum has just finished his fan meeting through all over Asia. During his fan meeting, he also told about his experience in acting. He once said that "Moonlight Drawn by Cloud" was his most challenging role. Also, he wanted to try different role to improve his acting. Fans were satisfied as he was friendly and was willing to learn the language to be being able to talk to fans in Asia.

Being chosen as the model for "Coca Cola" with Kim Yuna was really great for him. Moreover, it is for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. The event will be merrier by having both Park Bo Gum and Kim Yuna. Also fans can admire their great chemistry.

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Park Bo Gum and Kim Yuna for Coca Cola
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