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Dress issue direct hit Lee Da-hae, "I was spoiled"

2011/03/01 | 2838 views | Permalink | Source

With the issue of the dress still going around, actress Lee Da-hae spoke her mind.

On the 2nd, she put up on her Twitter, "Thank you everyone. This matter occurred because of my carelessness, but I feel like I was too spoiled".

She added, "Still, thank you for covering it up. In the future I want to leave my stupid thought of my own and communicate with you as an actress. Have a nice day!:"

Lee Da-hae exposed some sort of white material under her yellow dress and the Second Korean Culture Art Awards on the 28th. However it was said that the white material was something to hold the dress up and that it had come down.

After that she put up on her Twitter on the 1st, "Before I am an actress I am a woman and before I'm a woman I am a careless human being. I doubt if I can be a good actress and I feel Ashamed".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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