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Jun Ji-hyun is a natural beauty? "The mole on her nose may be planted"

2011/10/12 | 10327 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Jun Ji-hyun didn't have a mole on her nose when she was younger?

Cable TV Y-Star asked people on the streets, "Who is a natural beauty" from which 15 female stars were chosen and asked for confirmation by a plastic surgeon.

Those who were chosen by the citizen's as a natural beauty were Gong Hyo-jin, Kim Tae-hee, Moon Chae-won, Lee Min-jung, Shin Se-kyung and more but the surgeon thought different.

The natural beauties that the surgeon chose were F(X) member Krystal, Ku Hye-sun, Song Ji-hyo, Sulli, Suzy and more.

He also said that Jun Ji-hyun wasn't medically made up. However, her trademark mole on her nose wasn't there in a younger picture of her.

When MC Jang Won asked, "Can you plant a mole on your face?" the surgeon said, "You could, but it could also naturally appear as you grow so it's hard to say she underwent surgery.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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