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Kim Hee-sun's never aging self cams

2012/11/26 | 1898 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Hee-sun posted several pictures that look like she never ages.

The actress has been posting pictures of herself regularly after the drama "Faith".

Recently she posted, "I got my hair dyed today, it's orange" and another one of her posing on the beach in short sleeves. She said, "It was so cold I cried".

She also posted a picture doing a salute on the last day of "Faith" saying, "We survived thanks to you. Thank you so much". She also posted a comment cheering those who were sitting for their scholastic ability tests.

She commented on someone else's comment saying, "She's so pretty I want to kiss her" and "500 won if you're curious" she posted with a 500 won in her hand.

About the kind of fan service she is doing, Kim Hee-sun said, "Unlike 6 years ago, it seems that everyone these days communicate with fans through SNS. I am going to continue uploading pictures, even bad ones for my fans".

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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