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Simon D Wants to Be with Kang Sora in Falling Snow

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2014.12.05 17:36 Newsen Hwang Hye Jin Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Rapper Simon D confessed his interest in Kang Sora.

During the December 4 broadcast of MBC FM4U’s Dreaming Radio, Simon D named Kang Sora as the female celebrity he would like to be in the snow with.

DJ Tablo said, “There was a survey like this. Suzy was voted number one as the most wanted female celebrity to be in the snow with. Do you personally know Suzy?”

Simon D said, “We say hi when we see each other at the broadcasting station.”

Tablo asked, “Is Suzy pretty? I wonder what it would feel like to be in the snow with Suzy, when you get hit by the snowfall that Suzy throws.”

Simon D said, “I think I would be happy even if I die. I like Suzy. There is no one who dislikes Suzy.”

Simon D said, “I like Kang Sora these days. Her popularity has been rising through the drama tvN’s Misaeng,” and joked, “I want to be in the snow with Kang Sora. I just want to get hit by Kang Sora. I want to get hit, whether I get slapped on my face or get punched in my stomach.”

Simon D Wants to Be with Kang Sora in Falling Snow

Tablo said, “Im Si Wan was voted as the most wanted male celebrity to be with in the snow,” and Simon D revealed, “I’m close to Im Si Wan. We did a sitcom together and we’re both from Busan. I sent him a message saying that I’ve been enjoying watching Misaeng.”

Tablo suggested, “Then why don’t you ask Im Si Wan to introduce you to Kang Sora,” and Simon D said, “I texted Im Si Wan, ‘Kang Sora is so pretty’ but he hasn’t replied. He hasn’t read it.”

Tablo said, “This somehow turned into a broadcast about Simon D making his confession to Kang Sora. We heard well about who Simon D likes these days.”

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