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Han Hye-jin cut her hair, "Innocent beauty + boyish looks"

2012/01/08 Source

Actress Han Hye-jin has shortened her hair.

She posted picture of herself on her Twitter recently. She revealed a picture of herself in a white gown and one of herself in a café titled, "Long time. Tea time". She also posted one saying she was at Kim Je-dong's "Talk Concert" to sing.

Han Hye-jin has cut off all her long hair, which she had for a long time, and is now looking quite boyish. In the pictures, where there is no pretending, Han Hye-jin looks very elegant.

Those who have seen these pictures say, "She looks good in short hair", "She looks more refreshing with short hair", "She looks intelligent" and more.

Meanwhile, Han Hye-jin is currently in the process of making the JTBC drama "Syndrome" as a clever resident with actors Song Chang-eui and Park Gun-hyung. The first broadcast will follow the drama "Padam Padam... The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats" on the 13th of February at 8:45PM.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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