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Kim Tae-hee more favorable towards the past

2011/11/23 Source

Actress Kim Tae-hee's picture from the past is an issue.

There have been pictures of Kim Tae-hee's past coming up on community sites recently. A picture was titled, 'Kim Tae-hee at the market' which seems like one from about 8 years ago. She's not made up and looking casual but her beauty is still obvious.

Another one is of her during her University days with Lee Honey on campus. They are wearing countrified clothes but they still look like dolls like they do in the one taken at a friend's restaurant.

Unlike the other actresses who suffer from different appearances from the past and now, Kim Tae-hee has been becoming more of a favorite with her pictures from the past.

Netizens say, "God put it all in for her", "A doll that walks and talks" and more. Some also say, "Stop pretending to be human", "We know you're an extraterrestrial", "What would she have become if she wasn't a celebrity?" and more.

Kim Tae-hee is currently acting as Hallyu Star Han Yoo-na in the Japanese Fuji TV drama "99 Days With The Star".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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