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Lee Honey's throwback photo shows chubby cheeks, probably unknown to Yoon Kye-sang even

2015/05/19 | 1307 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Honey's chubby past is drawing public attention.

On the May 18th show of tvN's 'Name List', Lee Honey was ranked fourth among the stars who developed glamorous body.

On this episode, Lee Honey's throwback photo from her school days showing her chubby past was revealed. Lee Honey's chubby cheeks and round chin line are quite different from her current appearance.

During her school days when Lee Honey attended Seoul National University, she still had a strong body type. She talked about an anecdotal situation saying, "When I found pretty clothes and asked for my size, they often didn't have one for me".

How Lee Honey could be reborn with the current body is mainly thanks to her diet change. She started on vegetarian diet following her younger sibling, whose body also did not have enough ability to dissolve protein. According to her, Lee Honey also benefited from lemon detox when she was getting ready for Miss Korea competition.

In addition, Lee Honey revealed "I try to move around often daily. I try to do fun exercise, in which ways I don't get bored easily" and "I try to weigh myself daily".

This episode of 'Name List 2015' also revealed the lists for 'Take care of bikini' and 'Stars who developed hot body through intense diet'.

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