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Kill Me, Heal Me' Hwang Jung-eum's lovely facial expressions, "Gwiyom Ri-jin"

2015/03/02 | 1018 views | Permalink | Source

The agency for Hwang Jung-eum, C-JeS Entertainment said, "While Hwang Jung-eum's various facial expressions from drama "Kill Me, Heal Me" are drawing attention, her "6 item set of Gwiyom Ri-rin" is getting heated attention as well.

The "6 item set of Gwiyom Ri-jin" includes Oh Ri-jin (Hwang Jung-eum)'s standoffishly look with the sparkly hair barrette on her head, the look with the pig tails in school uniform, the look with puffed cheeks in the sticker photo booth, and the disappointed look regretting her mistakes.

Hwang Jung-eum's kaleidoscopic facial expressions with the cute and lovely appeal in the drama have been melting viewers' heart creating the widespread fandom including both male and female fans and across different generations.

Netizens said, "Hwang Jung-eum, so cute every single time she automatically makes me smile like mom", "Hwang Jung-eum, her each action is so cute", "Oh Ri-jin, I've chosen her as my favorite female lead of my entire life! Lovely from head to toe!" and so on.

MBC's 'Kill Me, Heal Me' starring Hwang Jung-eum depicts a sweet and scary love story between a third generation chaebol of seven different egos and his secret physician.

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