Park Shin Hye, Lee Sung Kyung, Other ‘Doctors’ Stars Show Silly Sides In Recent Reunion Pics
Former cast members of the SBS medical drama "Doctors" recently proved that they retained their close friendship despite their busy schedules. Park Shin Hye and Kim Min Suk even shared photos from two events where they enjoyed a fun reunion with Lee Sung Kyung, Yoo Kyung Sang and Ji Yi Soo.
"Doctors" featured a star-studded line-up of South Korean celebrities that included the first onscreen pairing between Park Shin Hye and Kim Rae Won. Nearly one year after SBS released the said drama's final episode, many of the said production's cast members remained close friends.
Recently, Park Shin Hye took to Instagram to upload a group photo with her former "Doctors" co-stars Lee Sung Kyung, Yoon Kyung Sang and Ji Yi Soo. The "Weightlifting Kim Bok Joo" actress and the "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People" actor even posed cutely for the camera. The said meeting was an impromptu reunion and even joked that the eldest among them looked the cutest, according to the actress' Instagram caption.
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Meanwhile, Kim Min Suk also shared a snapshot of another reunion between the former "Doctors" co-stars on social media. The "Descendants of the Sun" actor uploaded an image that featured himself, Park Shin Hye, Lee Sung Kyung, as well as Ji Yi Soo, Soompi reported. Posing with their thumb and forefinger braced on their chins, the four celebrities looked silly with their pursed lips as they stood close together on what appears to be a viewing deck or rooftop.
In other news, Park Shin Hye was recently identified as one of the three top female South Korean stars known for their humanitarian works. Over the years, the "Doctors" actress has been supporting charitable organizations to help less fortunate children or families, according to a list posted on Korea Herald. She even made several secret donations to assist individuals affected by massive accidents such as the Sewol ferry disaster and the Seomum Market fire incident.
Apart from Park Shin Hye, "Rooftop Prince" actress Han Ji Min also made it to the said list given her decade-long work in supporting and promoting fund-raising programs. "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" star Park Bo Young also landed on the same list given her donations and other philanthropic activities.