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Song Joong Ki Shows He Knows How to Get Women On His Side Through ′Nice Guy′

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2012.10.19 23:00 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Song Joong Ki is aiming to become the year′s biggest bad guy through Nice Guy.

In his role Kang Maru for the KBS2 drama Nice Guy, Song Joong Ki has been throwing out lines that steal many women′s hearts.

His lines, and the expressions he wears when he says them, have even been gathered and put together into a collection called ′Kang Maru′s how to get a girl′.

Song Joong Ki Shows He Knows How to Get Women On His Side Through ′Nice Guy′

In the beginning of the drama Kang Maru was a real nice guy, flashing his bright smile and coming up with sweet lines such as, "Don′t you want to keep this bit of luck?"

As the story progressed, however, Kang Maru started to become colder and stronger with his change in character. To Moon Chae Won he said, "What will you do if I hit on you real hard?" and also said some straightforward harsh things to get people off his back.

His changing moods and emotions have established him as a real bad guy with every episode.

Viewer boards have been covered with posts such as, "I never would′ve thought Song Joong Ki would fit the bad guy character! I spend my week fussing over Song Joong Ki," "Now he′s an homme fatale! How many faces does he have?" and "Kang Maru′s every gesture and line is so great I can′t sleep at night."

In the October 18 broadcast Song Joong Ki again shook up his female viewers by sharpening his charisma against Park Si Yeon but then looking sadly on at Moon Chae Won. The day′s episode scored 15.1 percent in viewership ratings (AGB Nielsen Korea) and stayed at the top of its time slot.

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