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Kim Sa-rang ludicrous statement "My long legs are inconvenient"

2011/04/28 | 3275 views |  | Permalink | Source

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Actress Kim Sa-rang made a ludicrous statement.

On the SBS "TV News at Night" on the 28th, she complained about the inconveniences in her everyday life because of her long legs.

She was shooting a commercial for a cereal in a pink sleeveless with white shorts looking like a cute and sexy Barbie doll.

During the shoot men around the set couldn't take their eyes off her. Even the main producer said in awe, "She is pretty and her legs are extremely long".

Kim Sa-rang then happily complained, "I have never measured myself but I think I should be about 8 parts. I feel uncomfortable in a bus or in a cinema because of my long legs".

Meanwhile, this day's program showed the dance and music academy Big Bang's Seung Ri is personally running.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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