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Ku Hye-sun poses for wedding dress pictorial without commission to help her staff member of 13 year friendship

2015/12/26 | Permalink | Source

Actress Ku Hye-sun has unveiled her wedding dress pictorial in which she starred for no commission to help her hair stylist of 13 years.

Ku Hye-sun had the wedding pictorial for a promotional pictorial for her friend Seo Yoon, who owns a hair studio in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul.

She has been keeping the mutual loyal relationship with Seo Yoon, director of the hair studio, who has been Ku Hye-sun's hairstylist for the last 13 years, since Ku Hye-sun debuted as a commercial model in 2002,

In the revealed pictorial, Ku Hye-sun shows off the youthful and fresh appeal as well as her elegant and classic appeals.

Director Seo Yoon said, "Hye-seon accepted my offer happily although her schedule was busy. While her filming in China is still going on, she dropped by Korea for two days to do the pictorial photoshoot. I can't appreciate her enough"

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