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[Video] Wang Ji Hye Asks About Lee Kwang Soo’s Relationships on ‘Running Man’

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2014.11.03 13:50 CJ E&M enewsWorld Grace Danbi Hong

Being quite close as friends, Wang Ji Hye and Lee Kwang Soo played a game of ‘Of Course,’ startling each other with mentions of possible past relationships. November 2’s broadcast of SBS’ Running Man, Wang Ji Hye, Han Ye Seul, Joo Sang Wook, Jung Gyu Woon, and Han Sang Jin appeared as guests.

[Video] Wang Ji Hye Asks About Lee Kwang Soo’s Relationships on ‘Running Man’

During one of the games, Wang Ji Hye and Lee Kwang Soo were up against each other, when Yoo Jae Suk suggested that they play a game of ‘Of Course’ from the old variety program, X-Man. As close friends, Wang Ji Hye and Lee Kwang Soo seemed to know a lot about each other, making the game even more entertaining.

Lee Kwang Soo started off hard, asking, “Have you dated a celebrity before?” Wang Ji Hye seemed caught off guard, but managed to answer ‘Of course.’ She then asked Lee Kwang Soo the same question. After saying, ‘Of Course,’ Lee Kwang Soo attacked with, “While you were filming, you saw one of your co-stars as a man, right?”

[Video] Wang Ji Hye Asks About Lee Kwang Soo’s Relationships on ‘Running Man’

Wanting to win the game, Wang Ji Hye managed to say, ‘Of Course.’ She then took out the next weapon, asking, “You’ve had a project when someone started out calling you ‘oppa’ but ended with ‘honey,’ right?”

Hearing the question, Lee Kwang Soo froze, as all the other members started to laugh, commenting on how strong the question was. Lee Kwang Soo then pointed at Wang Ji Hye, yelling that not that many people have acted in younger roles than him, making everyone burst out laughing.



Photo Credit: SBS

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