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Kim Hyo-jin, "The best looking in a wedding dress"

2013/08/20 Source

Kim Hyo-jin laughed and Jun Ji-hyun cried in a survey recently conducted by a wedding company.

According to DUO, the survey regarding stars and wedding dresses chose Kim Hyo-jin as the best and Jun Ji-hyun as the worst.

Kim Hyo-jin wore a mermaid line dress which emphasized on her body which made her look sophisticated as well as elegant. The second in line came Kang Hye-jung who wore a cheerful dress and Ko So-young who wore a dress with a flowery skirt.

In place of the 'worst' wedding dress was Jun Ji-hyun who wore a dress which was quite awkward in length and made her upper body stand out. Lee Min-jung wore a dress that was too long and fluffy which some say, hid the bride. Ko So-young was reviewed of having worn too many flowers on her head and dress.

Meanwhile, Lee Hyori was chosen as the one who people expect to see the most in a wedding dress. With her wedding coming up in September, many expect her to have a wedding that pulls her away from all other female stars.

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