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Kim Tae-hee performed Girls' Generation 'Hoot' Arrow Dance

2010/12/16 | Permalink | Source

The preview for MBC's new Wed-Thurs drama, "My Princess", is released.

In this preview, Kim Tae-hee appealed to Song Seung-heon by perfectly coping Girls' Generation's 'Hoot' dance.

Especially, she also performed 'Hwasal (Arrow) dance. After this, the scene, where Kim Tae-hee, who was embarrassed by Song Seung-heon's half naked body, hides her eyes with vegetables, followed.

People who saw this preview commented, “Visual shock is the best word for this”, “I'm looking forward for their fresh characters”, “The real prince and princess are here”, “Charming Tae-hee and prince charming Seung-heon make a good couple.”

"My Princess", which is the follow up of "Home Sweet Home", is about the love story between Park Hye-yeong, a successor of the biggest company in Korea, and Lee Seol, who becomes princess from misery university student overnight. This drama will go on air next January.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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