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"Curves that surprise the continent"... Yoo Eun-hye models for Chinese mag cover

2011/04/26 | Permalink | Source

Actress Yoon Eun-hye (27) garced the cover of Chinese magazine "BQ" April issue.

Messy long hair and unbuttoned shirt, looking relatively natural Yoon Eun-hye enticed the camera.

Along with the photo shoot, she did an interview and said, "I want to let China know about my existence".

About her characters in dramas "Princess Hours", "The Man of the Vineyard", "Coffee Prince" and more she said, "When I choose a role I can't help but choose the ones that are most like me".

She picked Hye-na as her most likely character.

Hye-na in "My Fair Lady" is tender but has a strong side when she needs it and I think I'm like that".

Meanwhile, she was eager all throughout the photo shoot and interview. Even the magazine stated that she was enthusiastic all the time. 

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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