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[Twitter Roundup] Super Junior’s Kim Heechul Celebrates with B2ST’s Yong Jun Hyung, Big Bang and 2NE1 Rev Up for Christmas and More

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2013.12.20 19:00 CJ E&M enewsWorld Nancy Lee

The Christmas spirit is definitely in the air, as the stars took to SNS to share in the holiday cheer.

Check it all out in today’s Twitter Roundup.


Kim Jo Han tweeted a photo with Super Junior-M’s Henry at what appears to be a pizza joint on December 20, writing “Thank you for coming Henry ㅋㅋ.”

Meanwhile, Super Junior’s Donghae checked out an exhibit, sharing on Instagram, “Photographer Philippe Halsman’s piece Jumping with Love is so fun. A touching time!! Congrats.”

Kim Heechul partied it up with B2ST’s Yong Jun Hyung on his birthday, sharing this photo on December 19 with the message, “Wishing Yong Yongie Yong Jun Hyung a happy birthday. As a present, Gun Hee and I made a poor man’s memories by singing the birthday song and blowing out the candles??”

Jay Park kept bundled up in the freezing cold, as indicated by the above photo.

2NE1’s Sandara Park got into the Christmas spirit and promoted Bom & Hi’s new single while she was at it with the above photo and message, “All I want for Christmas is you~.”

Minzy has a special gift for fans, sharing the above photo, writing “This is a present for you (My selca kkk...)”

Big Bang’s Seungri shared a photo of the boys in Tokyo on December 19, writing “Big Bang Japan Dome Tour – Tokyo Dome Start.”

Taeyang slipped into his Christmas getup with Seungri, writing “We wish your merry Christmas.”

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