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Ku Hye-sun wears thick platforms in "Blood"

2015/03/12 | 2629 views | Permalink | Source

What drew attention about Ku Hye-sun in "Blood" was not the fact that she changed her 'walk' but that she was seen wearing thick platform shoes.

She stars in the KBS 2TV drama "Blood" as Yurita who controls the young patient (Hong Hwa-ri).

This young patient threw his food tray on the floor. He spoke about death like it was nothing. Yurita saw this and walked into the room saying, "Don't eat and you shouldn't drink water, too if you want to die so don't drink water either". She left the room.

Her shoes were then taken at a close angle and she was wearing platform shoes to make up for her small height. She had been criticized for her acting as well as her 'walk' ever since she came back with "Blood".

Previously, Ku Hye-sun mentioned that she'd practiced walking for this drama but in a viewer's point of view, she just simply put on heavy shoes and that's why she looks uncomfortable walking.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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