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Kim Ji Suk’s Parody of Ji Hyun Woo’s Confession Under Fire

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2012.06.11 17:18 Mwave Grace Danbi Hong

With the buzz of Ji Hyun Woo’s sudden confession still making its rounds in the entertainment business, Kim Ji Suk took a stab at vibing off the issue, creating a parody confession at his recent movie conference.

On June 11, Kim Ji Suk attended the press conference for his upcoming movie Two Moons, held at the Lotte Cinema near Konkuk University in Seoul.

Kim Ji Suk’s Parody of Ji Hyun Woo’s Confession Under Fire

While participating in the interview, the actor made a surprise announcement saying, “From the beginning of the filming to this point, I loved Park Han Byul,” shocking the crowd.

However, Kim Ji Suk then said, “I also love Park Jin Joo. I love the director. I love everyone.”

Contributing to Kim Ji Suk’s joke, Park Han Byul added, “Ah~ I think I’m going to lose my mind.”

While Kim Ji Suk’s parody was meant to be a joke, netizens, who heard of what happened at the press conference, are criticizing the actor for his carelessness.

They commented, “When Ji Hyun Woo said that, he was sincere about his feelings. It was rash of Kim Ji Suk to make that into a joke,” “It’s not necessarily bad, but seems a little thoughtless to laugh about a person’s feelings,” and “If Ji Hyun Woo heard that, I bet he would be a bit upset.”

Meanwhile, Two Moons is story about three people who end up in a mysteriously house in the woods, where the morning never comes. The movie will open in July.

Kim Ji Suk will also be starring in tvN’s I Need Romance 2 starting June 20.

Photo Credit: tvN

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