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Han Ji-hye's front and back, shocking

2014/01/21 | Permalink | Source

Actress Han Ji-hye is coming up with something shocking. The dress she's wearing for the filming of the new KBS2TV drama "The Full Sun" has a shocking back.

The still cut of her on the 21st shows her as jewelry designer Han Yeong-won. The dress she is wearing looks elegant and graceful and the twist at the back makes one stare in awe.

Apparently, Han Ji-hye has been doing her best in styling herself for the drama. They fuse very well, Han Yeong-won and Han Ji-hye and hopefully that can be a source of concentration for those watching the drama.

Netizens say, "Oh my goodness, I was surprised", "It's sexy and elegant", "It's such a unique idea" and more.

"The Full Sun" is about the sad love between Jeong Se-ro (Yoon Kye-sang) whose life is turned upside down because of a shooting incident and Han Won-yeong. To be aired on the 17th of February.

Source : www.etoday.co.kr/news...

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