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Hyomin "Ghastly + Undefeated Youth" synthesized picture

2011/05/29 | Permalink | Source

T-ara Hyomin's fans revealed a picture they synthesized.

Under the title "Goo Ha-ra save me! Fans made this for me. It's so funny I need to grad the stick next to me", Hyomin uploaded a picture on her Twitter on the 26th.

Part of the picture looks like a scene from KBS 2TV "Undefeated Youth" and the other part is a water scene from director Yang Yoon-ho's movie "Ghastly".

The stick that Goo Ha-ra put into the ice hole looks like it's connected to where Hyomin is in the water, looking as thought she is trying to save Hyomin.

Those who've seen this picture say, "I don't know who made this but it's a job well done", "It's hilarious", "Ha-ra Goo, save Hyomin", and more.

Movie "Ghastly" with Han Da-gam, Hyomin, No Min-woo, Lee Hyung-suk, Hwang Ji-hyun and more, is a horror movie about the spirit of a child ghost possessing a body and committing gruesome crimes. Coming this 4th of August.

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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