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Gong Yoo's sculptured six pack

2012/04/26 | 4137 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Gong Yoo revealed his tight upper body.

He modeled for the first issue of an exclusive Japanese magazine called Monster. 2 pictures came up on the SNS of the photographer who took pictures of Gong Yoo.

In the black and white picture, Gong Yoo is displaying his masculine and naked upper body. From the chest to the pubic bones, his sexy body lines shake up the women. His body is as if it was sculptured on to the lean body of his. Along his pubic bones are the words, "I'm Big" tattooed on and many fans wonder if that has anything to do with the drama "Big" he is supposed to star in.

Those who have seen the picture say, "When did you make muscles like that?", "Not too long before we see you", "Always waiting!", 'I want this man" and more.

Meanwhile, Gong Yoo is currently preparing to come back with the KBS 2TV drama "Big" after "Love Rain".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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