nylamrehs
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korean male actor tear jerkers

it breaks my heart to see them cry... i change no. 9 from kwon sang woo to gong yoo...=( 1. hyun bin 2. yoo seung ho 3. lee min ho 4. joo won 5. jang geun suk 6. kim soo hyun 7. yeo gin goo 8. song joong ki 9. gong yoo 10.park yoo chun special citation to : 1. lee hong ki on his crying performance in he's beautiful 2. kwon sang woo in every drama that he's in 3. song seung hun specially in east of eden 4. bi rain in a love to kill 5. jaejoong in dr. jin 6. yoon shi yoon in kim tak goo 7. park ki woong in gaksital 8. lee sung gi in king2hearts 9. kim nam gil in bad guy and queen sheonduk 10. so ji sub in misa (just saw the picture but haven't watched yet, and i think that it's a good drama.) this is in no particular order..^^
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@14jenny.. I agree.. @sahar.. in what drama was that? this is an old card but I agree with u on his latest drama age of innocence.. his acting greatly improved there.. I like his crying scenes too
@nylamrehs i was talking abt BOF boys over flowers jihu sunbae role he cries soo muchh nd bcs of his painful tears i went crazzy for him nd yupp even in age of innocence his crying scenes was soo passionate powerful nd painfull :'(
where is jihu sunbae aka my kim hyun joong oppa he cries w sooo muchhh pain u feel like crying w him nd givinv him a hug
the way they cry is so realistic and even if they cried they still look handsome >:)
hyun bin's crying scene here was just so awesome.. and very believable.. cried my eyes out... just so heartbreaking.. so does joo won.. yoo seung ho.. yeo gin goo.. song joong ki and gong yoo... very realistic
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