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Moon Chae-won's see-through dress

2012/04/05 | Permalink | Source

Actress Moon Chae-won wore a black see-through dress and showed off a pose like Barbie.

She posted a picture of herself wearing a black see-through dress on her Me Today homepage on April 2nd. In the picture was Moon Chae-won wearing a transparent long dress with a matching fur jacket.

The dress was layered with various fabrics, which added a fanciness to it. It fitted her tightly from the top to bottom and revealed her sexiness. She added to the picture, "All belongings are just temporary, all defeat is coincidental and all victories are gifts from the skies".

Those who have seen this say, "Moon Chae-won is a sexy lady dressed in black", "Femme fatale Barbie", "She looks good, with elegance", "I thought she only looked good in Hanboks but I she's prettier in a dress" and more.

Moon Chae-won earned great popularity with the drama "The Princess's Man" and the movie "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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