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Jung So-min 'forget the plump lower body' totally different lines

2011/04/27 | 4251 views | Permalink | Source

Jung So-min's different leg thickness is an issue.

Jung So-min attended the VIP preview of the seven princesses project "Sunny - 2010" by director Kang Hyeong-cheol on the 21st of April. She revealed her legs with a short attire.

Netizen's are surprised at the difference in her leg thickness. Her thighs were plumper when she was filming the MBC drama "Naughty Kiss".

However, she recently showed off thinner legs at the VIP preview of "Sunny - 2010". She also looked more mature with some weight off the face.

Netizen's say, "Did she lose weight? Her legs looks thinner", "Being slighty plump is better than being too thin", "Her face looks really small and pretty", "She has become pretty" and more.

Meanwhile, Jung So-min became known through the 2010 MBC drama "Naughty Kiss" and SBS "Bad Man".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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