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WINNER and Epik High send sweet, humorous gifts to Zico's new business

By yckim124   Friday, July 15, 2016   74,210   12,965   40
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Block B's Zico received some special gifts for his newly opened ice cream store!


Fellow artists and good friends, Epik High, WINNER's Kang Seung Yoon and Song Min Ho, sent Zico some beautiful flowers, along with humorous messages, to Zico's 'Yogorino Caffe' in Seoul. 


SEE ALSO: Block B's Zico opens up a delicious new business in Seoul


Kang Seung Yoon's flower and message, rightmost in the picture below, reads, "Singer Zico congratulations on your new store." Epik High's gift, found in the middle, states, "Ya Ya this is the ice cream that's famous for being delicious." Last, but not least, Song Min Ho's message on the left says, "Hyung, you're going to give me free ice cream right? Strawberry flavor please. From your son who has grown too much." 


Zico's lucky to have such supportive, funny friends!




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    2. Epik High
    3. Kang Seung Yoon
    4. Song Min Ho (Mino)


    victoriawr Thursday, September 29, 2016

    OMG Minho come to me I'll give you all the strawberry ice cream that you want for free.

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    no_tofu_speed Monday, July 18, 2016

    oh for real? This is his? haha... If I walk outside my door and turn towards the subway station that corner is the first thing I see.. now I understand why all the fuss was with the big line of schoolgirls... thought it was weird for a regular Italian Icecream store...

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    L_catzzz Sunday, July 17, 2016

    Lol

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