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Kim Soo-hyun, past picture of woman dress up, "Not just a woman but a pretty woman"

2011/02/27 | 2358 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Soo-hyun picture dressed up as woman is an issue.

Recently on an internet community a picture of him dressed up as a woman that was on his mini homepage was re-revealed. This picture was once a big issue as he introduced it as his sister.

The person in the picture is a perfect woman unless you looked close at it for a long time to realize who it is. He is wearing a long black haired wig and skin tone as white as marble.

Those who have seen the picture say, "It's so convincing. It's a woman"., "Not just a woman, a pretty woman"., "I looked at it for a long time before I knew who it was".

Meanwhile, Kim Soo-hyun is being loved by viewers in the KBS 2TV drama "Dream High" that is due to end this 28th.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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