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Epik High′s Tablo and Kang Hye Jung Show They′re Still Lovebirds on Radio

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2013.02.12 23:00 Mwave Lee, JinHo Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Tablo and Kang Hye Jung again showed they′re two peas in a pod.

Epik High′s Tablo and Kang Hye Jung Show They′re Still Lovebirds on Radio

Kang Hye Jung hosted the SBS FM radio show Old School, originally hosted by Kim Chang Ryul, as its host for the day on February 9.

In the middle of the show, the actress called up her husband, Epik High′s Tablo, for a short interview.

When asked how actress Kang Hye Jung is different from his wife Kang Hye Jung, Tablo answered, "Actress Kang Hye Jung is so charismatic I can′t approach her easily," but then he added, "I don′t think my wife Kang Hye Jung is any different, though."

He even provided a little glimpse into the happy times the couple enjoyed before their marriage.

"I used to frequent a noraebang with Kang Hye Jung when we were dating," he said. "Kang Hye Jung liked Mariah Carey songs so much I called her Kang-riah Carey. Thanks to her, I got to sing with her in Whitney Houston′s voice."

He then chose to play the song When You Believe, the OST for The Prince of Egypt, which was sung by Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey. The choice was even more meaningful as it was the first anniversary of Whitney Houston′s death.

Tablo then joked, "I know that Kang Hye Jung is filling in for Kim Chang Ryul, who has gone to see his family for the Lunar New Year. I′m taking care of our daughter Haru right now; I don′t know why they chose to have Kang Hye Jung fill in when she has her own family."

Kang Hye Jung answered, "I think it′s because I live close by in Mokdong. Please take good care of our child."

Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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