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[Lily's Take] Jun Hyo-seong Supports the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

2018/02/18 | Permalink | Source

Jun Hyo-seong showed her support for all the participants of 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic s.

On February 18th, Jun Hyo-seong posted several photos on her official Instagram account along with a long message in the caption.

"#2018 #PyeongChangWinterOlympics #Intuition #ShortTrack #Goldmedal #Bronzemedal moment! Cheers to all the athletes who've shown such great games today! I hope no one gets hurt for the next games as well and finish the Olympics strong! Fighting!"

In the same post, she also thanked all the volunteer workers at the stadium and Pyeongchang Olympic mascots, Bandabi and Soohorang.

In her photos, she is shyly smiling towards the camera in the stadium with her ticket as she was waiting for the game to begin. She is also captured with one of the mascots, Soohorang. Their tightly held hands are adorable.

By: Lily Lee

Source : entertain.naver.com/r...

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