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Park Ha Sun talks how much she can drink and her favorite alcoholic beverages

By alim17   Wednesday, October 19, 2016   7,644   1,207   3
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Lovely star Park Ha Sun sat down for a talk with DJ Jung Yoo Mi on her radio show, 'Jung Yoo Mi's FM Date' on October 19.  


The DJ asked Park Ha Sun how much she could drink, and the actress replied, "In the past, I could drink 2 bottles, but these days, about one bottle. Was I being too honest?" and looked embarrassed. She then continued, "Regardless of the type, I can drink a bottle. I drink one bottle of wine, one bottle of makgeolli (rice wine), one bottle of soju. Whiskey is a bit hard for me."


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Jung Yoo Mi teased her with, "What a scary woman. What's your favorite type?" and Park Ha Sun said, "I used to like wine and makgeolli the most, but I ended up liking everything after doing a drama based on drinking.  After drinking it, I started craving soju, too. Now, regardless of the type, I have fallen for the charms of alcohol. What's nice is I can drink in public and talk about it. I think there's something hush-hush about alcohol, but I like that," showing she now did not care about flaunting her taste in alcohol.

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    daFoolio Thursday, October 20, 2016

    bottoms up!

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    Wang_Sejung Wednesday, October 19, 2016

    As long as you are not an alcoholic like Baekhyeon the gigolo !

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    Thomson_Candy  Wang_Sejung Thursday, October 20, 2016

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